Denver International Airport launches webpage for job seekers

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DENVER — A web page has been launched for jobs at Denver International Airport.

The webpage at includes positions with the City and County of Denver as well as service, retail and management positions in shops and restaurants at the airport.

“(Denver International Airport) is a growing, award-winning airport that offers career opportunities for more than 35,000 people in numerous fields. It’s a great place for someone to start or further develop their career,” airport CEO Kim Day said in a statement.

The airport’s concessions average around 400 job openings.

Positions include general managers, assistant managers and supervisors, sous chefs, kitchen managers, line and prep cooks, dishwashers, food runners, bartenders, servers, hostesses, cashiers, retail clerks, stock clerks, maintenance, storeroom positions, massage therapists, nail technicians, cosmetologists, estheticians, and makeup artists.

Job opportunities at the City and County of Denver include a wide range of management, supervisory, administrative, security, electrical, plumbing, mechanical, engineering, construction, technologies, financial, planning and design, communications, marketing and many more professions.

A jobs fair sponsored by the airport’s Concessionaires Association will take place from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday at the Field House (1600 Federal Blvd.).

Some participating companies will be conducting on-site interviews. Interested attendees can reserve a spot by visiting