King County International Airport (KCIA) is seeking a undergraduate-level engineering intern to help deliver capital projects that will shape this “City within a City” for decades. Through collaboration with KCIA’s growing team of engineers, planners, and environmental scientists, you will gain hands-on experience in infrastructure elements including pavement design and construction, environmental remediation, buildings, and utilities (stormwater, sanitary sewer, electrical and communications).
Learn more about this Internship: (see link below) https://www.kingcounty.gov/services/airport/internship-program.aspx
**Currently all internships at KCIA will be performed fully remote with no on-site workdays due to public safety guidelines related to COVID-19**
Who may apply? College Undergraduate students-
Must be enrolled in an undergraduate program at a 2- or 4-year college/university program.
Applicants must show proof of enrollment for Fall 2021.
Required Materials: The following materials are required: (1) a King County application form (2) a detailed letter of interest of how you meet or exceed the requirements of this position, and (3) a resume. If selected, you will need to provide proof of enrollment in college for the 2021 -2022 academic year.
Internal Number: 2021AF13035
About King County International Airport
About the airport
Owned by King County and managed by the county's Department of Executive Services, King County International Airport-Boeing Field is one of the busiest general aviation airports in the country.
It serves all sizes and types of aircraft, fills a wide range of commercial and recreational needs, and is home base for about 150 businesses - including air cargo companies, flight schools, charter operations, and helicopter services. Our tenants also include hundreds of small aircraft owners who use their planes for recreation and business.