In this position, the Intern will learn the importance of all divisions of the airport, including learning about airport administration, operations, facility maintenance, security, etc. This position will help the individual to enhance strong critical thinking skills, understand the operational needs at a commercial airport, and the ability to communicate effectively with a wide variety of stakeholders and community partners. Shadow staff of other departments within the airport. Participate in aviation activities state-wide as scheduling and budgets permit. Will be assigned time primarily within the airport’s Operations and Maintenance department, with additional time spent in other major divisions of the airport. The Intern will be assigned a special project to be completed prior to conclusion of the internship. This project will be tailored to the Intern's background, interests, field of study or needs of the airport. Please click job application URL for full details.
Must be currently enrolled in an accredited college or university in good academic standing OR be a recent college graduate (within last 6 months of application).
The City may consider a high school student that has completed “1760 Aviation Technology I” coursework from Minot School District or equivalent and be in good academic standing.
Must be at least 16 years of age at time of application.
Must have a valid driver’s license at time of application.
Must be able to pass a Drug Screen.
Must be able to obtain an Airport Security Badge (which includes fingerprint criminal history records check and security badging test).
Located in west central North Dakota, the Minot International Airport (MOT) boasts the largest commercial terminal in the state of North Dakota, with air service provided by Delta, United, and Allegiant. MOT offers a full-service bar and restaurant; power bars and a surplus of in-seat charging stations; along with entertainment options for children and families. With airport growth and activity, new and updated projects are continuously in the works to improve the travel experience.