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Work at YVR: Go Beyond, Every Day

It's an exciting time to join the team at Vancouver Airport Authority.

We're building new facilities to better position us as the key airport connecting to North (and South) America to Asia. We've got a new CEO with lots of great ideas. And we're working toward our fifth consecutive award for Best Airport in North America as voted by passengers (fingers crossed). 

From engineering, maintenance services and emergency response to environment, retail services, finance and technology, jobs at the Airport Authority are varied, challenging and fun. Aviation and airports make for ever-evolving subject matter, and we were named one of B.C.'s Top Employers in 2013 for our supportive culture, competitive benefits and career development opportunities. Plus, it's fun to come to work at a busy international airport every day. After seven-plus years, I still check the Flight Information Display (FID) board most mornings and pick a dream destination of the day.

Currently, we have nine job opportunities at the Airport Authority:

  • Administrative Clerk
  • Capital Asset Analyst
  • Concession Leasing Assistant
  • Director, Environment
  • Executive Assistant (Casual)\
  • Manager, Retail Services & Sales Program
  • Program Engineers
  • Senior Technical Analyst (DBA)
  • Technical Specialist, Permits (Term)

Please visit our Careers page to read up on job descriptions and to apply.

Beyond the Airport Authority itself, some 400 businesses operate at YVR employing a total of approximately 24,000 employees. Airlines, freight forwarders, government agencies, retailers and other partners also offer cool aviation job opportunities. Check out our Partner Careers page for more.

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