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Major job fair at CVG Wednesday

Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport is hosting a job fair Wednesday. (file) Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport is hosting a job fair Wednesday. (file)
HEBRON, KY (FOX19) -

If you're looking for a job Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport is hiring big Wednesday.

Airport officials have teamed with Kentucky Career Center to fill many positions.

Take a look at who will be hiring: DHL, rental companies like Avis Budget Group, Airport Yellow Cab, airport maintenance and engineering services, and several food industry positions.

The job fair will be 1 p.m. to 5pm at the Airport Career Center at the CVG Administrative Building. Free parking will provided at the parking garage.

Here’s a list of the companies hiring:

  • Aetna Integrated Services
  • Airborne Maintenance & Engineering Services (AMES)
  • Aircraft Service International Group (ASIG)
  • Allied Barton/DHL Securities
  • Avis Budget Group
  • Bruegger’s Bagels
  • DHL Express
  • Duty Free Americas
  • Enterprise Holdings-Alamo/National Car Rentals
  • Gate Gourmet/Gate Serve/Gate Aviation
  • Gold Star Chili
  • H.I.S. LLC/Airport Yellow Cab
  • HMS Host
  • Inmotion Entertainment
  • Kenton County Airport Board
  • McDonald’s
  • Plane Detail
  • Seven Hills/Charley’s Philly Steaks
  • Standard Parking
  • Subway
  • Trego-Dugan Aviation
  • Universal Protection Services
  • World Duty Free Group

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