Employment

Grand Junction regional airport is an  equal opportunity employer

The Airport Authority does not accept unsolicited employment applications or resumes.

Positions available:

None available at this time.

For paper applications click here or pick one up from our office on the third floor of the terminal STE. 301. Solicited paper applications can be submitted through the portal by clicking on the available position, dropped off in person, emailed to vhightower@gjairport.com, or mailed to

Attn: Human Resources

2828 Walker Field Dr. STE. 301 

Grand Junction, CO 81506

Office hours are Monday - Thursday 8am - 4:30pm

Internship Program

The Grand Junction Regional Airport has an internship program available to qualified students currently enrolled in a college or technical training program . Please contact Victoria Hightower at (970) 248-8580 for further information about available positions.

 

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

The Grand Junction Regional Airport Authority prohibits unlawful discrimination and harrassment against employees or job applicants on the basis of race or color, religion or creed, sex or gender, sexual orientation, national origin or ancesty, age, physical or mental disability, health conditions related to pregnancy  or the physical recovery from childbirth, military status, genetic information, or any other protected status. Equal employment opportunity, as required by law, shall apply to all personnell action including, but not limited to recruitment, hiring, upgrading, promotion, demotion, layoff, or termination. 

Interesting Facts

Did you know...

8

Number of non-stop destinations from GJT

392

Number of Diversion in 2019

9281616

Pounds of cargo shipped annually

What Our Flyers Say

I have flown out of LAX, PDX and Ohare. I have flown out of Mesa AZ, Montrose. But the Walker field is the bomb, Ooops. Can't say bomb. I love this airport for its convenience and hometown feel. The staff here are a friendly bunch, Unlike larger airports where everybody is grumpy, mean and nasty.

- Wayne Burton