Bangor International Airport has a wide variety of openings so a career fair this week will give job seekers a chance to learn more.

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Potential Careers for All Skill Levels

There are many openings at BIA, so a Career Fair is planned for Tuesday, June 18th from 11 am to 1 pm. Representatives will be ready to talk about many fields, including:

  • Ramp Attendant
  • Customer Service Representative
  • Operations Officer
  • Airfield Maintenance Crew
  • Rental Car Drivers
  • Garage Personnel
  • Air Traffic Controller
  • TSA Officers

Anyone who thinks they may be a good fit for one of these positions is encouraged to attend the career fair to learn more and bring copies of their resume.

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Many Employers Will Have Representatives There Hoping to Find New Employees

The Career Fair will be held at 287 Godfrey Drive in Bangor, which is another way of saying it's at the Domestic Terminal at the Bangor International Airport. Once you get inside the terminal, signage will be in place to direct you to the Career Fair. Some of the employers represented at the event include:

  • City of Bangor
  • Enterprise Rent-a-Car
  • Hertz
  • Choice Aviation Services
  • Piedmont
  • Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
  • Transportation Security Administration (TSA)
  • G2 Secure Staff

All the companies with representatives at the Career Fair will seek people eager to join their ranks. So, if you're interested in learning more, polish up that resume, get your professional clothes ready, and join the Career Fair at Bangor International Airport on Tuesday, June 18, 2024.

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