Employment Opportunities at GFK
The Grand Forks Regional Airport Authority mainly employs airport operations specialists and maintenance specialists. When we have openings we advertise on this page, and/or on JobsHQ.com and/or at Job Service ND. For some positions, we may also advertise on the AAAE website.
CURRENT OPENING: Maintenance Specialist I – deadline for applications August 29, 2016.
Terminal Service Providers
Delta Air Lines contract through Delta Global Services (DGS) for ground handling duties at GFK. Use their website to search for local employment opportunities.
Allegiant currently contracts through Avflight for their ground handling duties. See below.
Avis, Hertz and Enterprise/National Car Rental agencies advertise in the Grand Forks Herald, and may hire from applications turned in throughout the year. They may also advertise on UND Underground, a student website.
Republic Parking is contracted by the Authority to manage the parking lots. Republic’s job openings would appear in the Grand Forks Herald and at Job Service of ND. They may also use the UND Underground, a student website.
Red River Valley Grill and Market would advertise any openings in the Grand Forks Herald. Applications are accepted at any time.
Elsewhere on the Airport
AvFlight may advertise in the Grand Forks Herald, or post job opportunities on bulletin boards at UND. They take applications anytime and keep them on file.
FedEx normally hires through their website but are currently taking walk-in applications at their GFK station.
TSA (Transportation Security Administration) recruits through their website.
Air Traffic Control Tower positions and other FAA positions are listed on the FAA website along with instructions on how to apply for them.
FAA Technical Operations employment information can be found by following this link to the FAA website.
Contract Weather Office (CWO) positions, when available, are advertised in the Grand Forks Herald.
University of North Dakota Aerospace advertises their open positions at ND Job Service, UND Underground and the Grand Forks Herald.