King County International Airport (KCIA) is seeking a graduate-level intern excited to dive into the fast-moving, dynamic work of this “City within a City.” KCIA manages a Capital Improvement Program (CIP) of almost $30 million per year and averages 200,000 aircraft operations per year.
This masters-level internship will provide the opportunity for a future public-sector leader to get hands-on experience managing project delivery of the division’s capital improvement program through standardizing project management and reporting tools, developing the divisions capital budget, and increased community engagement. This position will have the opportunity to mentor other interns and work cross-sectionally within the division to get a full picture of work at KCIA
This recruiting effort is for current graduate students (returning for the 2021-2022 academic year) with graduate coursework in public administration, planning, business, or other applicable coursework from an accredited institution.
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.
Telecommuting is allowed.
Internal Number: 2021AF13036
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.