AIRPORT INTERN Bismarck Airport (BIS), Bismarck, ND. One-year professional internship with exposure to airport operations, facilities management, and administration. Internship begins June 3, 2019. Qualified candidate will be a recent graduate (or will graduate before the start date) of an airport management degree field or equivalent, possess a strong work ethic and the initiative to carry out assignments without direct supervision. Pilot’s license and membership in AAAE desired. Computer literacy, preferably with Windows and Microsoft software a plus. Some weekend and shift work will be required. Intern is compensated at $17.00/hour. The airport is classified as a primary commercial service non-hub airport that enplanes over 282,000 passengers annually. For more information, visit http://www.bismarckairport.com/ or call (701) 355-1808. Submit application and required credentials (electronically only) at https://chp.tbe.taleo.net/chp02/ats/careers/jobSearch.jsp?org=BISMARCK&cws=1∨g=BISMARCK
Must be a minimum of 18 years old. Must have a Bachelor Degree in Airport Administration or closely related field from an accredited four year college or university or will have completed the degree prior to starting employment. Must meet and maintain qualifications pursuant to 49 CFR 1542 (Unescorted Access Authority). Must have a valid ND driver’s license. Desired: Pilot License, Membership in AAAE
Internal Number: COB19-009PT
About Bismarck Airport
Bismarck Airport serves the Capital City of North Dakota and is a primary commercial service non-hub airport enplaning over 282,000 passengers per year. Bismarck Airport is a Department of the City of Bismarck, ND and has 23 employees organized into operations, administration and maintenance departments. The commercial terminal has aproximately 78,000 square feet. Major equipment includes over 60+ major pieces of equipment. Bismarck Airport is served by Delta and Delta partners to MSP, United Express to DEN , American Airlines to DFW and ORD, Frontier to DEN, Allegiant Air to Las Vegas, Phoenix Mesa and Orlando. Bismarck has a great quality of life and has been highly ranked: "Number one Least Stressful Small City" (Sperlings), and the "Number one City with the Lowest Unemployment Rate" (Forbes) are just a few accolades Bismarck-Mandan has recently received. There is no question that our community is a great place to live, work and play.