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Norfolk International Airport Will Host Job Fair June 29

The Norfolk International Airport is planning a job fair on Tuesday, June 29 from 10 am to 3pm.

The airport is looking to fill various part-time and full-time positions. Among them:

Delta Global Services/Unifi (which include Breeze Airways, Delta Air Lines, and Frontier Airlines) is seeking ground operations agents.

United Ground Express (United Airlines) is looking to hire customer service agents and ground operations agents.

HMS Host (airport restaurants) is looking to fill positions for baristas, cooks, dishwashers, and cashiers.

Hudson Group (airport retail store) is seeking sales associates and stock clerks.

Avis Budget Group has available positions for entry-level operation managers, customer service representatives, vehicle service agents, rental sales agents, and shuttle drivers. In addition, EDS, which services for Avis Budget Group, needs car cleaners and shuttle drivers.

Huntleigh USA (Skycap and Associated Services) is seeking passenger service help as well as janitorial attendants.

The Norfolk Airport Authority is looking for parking attendants, parking maintenance technicians, and administrative assistants.

The Job Fair will take place in the Arrivals Terminal Lobby, baggage claim area, near baggage carousel 5. Parking for the event is free in any long-term parking garage; bring ticket for validation. Interested individuals are also asked to bring ID, copies of their resume, and a face mask. Be prepared for job interviews and possible immediate job offers. For more information, visit https://www.norfolkairport.com/job-fair/.

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