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Denver International Airport Employer Reviews

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Not a bad job at all; the hours can ruin your life/balance though
Aviation Security Officer Hospital Shared Services (Former Employee), Denver, CONovember 25, 2014
Pros: great atmosphere; a city within itself.
Cons: the working hours and unpredictable moody supervisors.
Overall, this was a good job at the Denver airport there were some times where I had to check vehicles going into the airport after 9/11 in all kinds of weather. This wasn't in the job description when I applied. Motorists were put out by having to stop for security guards to check their cars/trucks. Seniority is tough, though. You have to climb a ladder just to receive better days off and that could take years to achieve. The pay was worth some of the headaches of this job and that's why I returned after being employed from 2002-2004.
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down sizing
Store Manager (Former Employee), Denver, COJuly 17, 2014
Pros: family oreineted
Cons: hours
company down sized and that's why I was no longer employed there
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Transportation Security Officers duties.
Transportation Security Administration Officer (Former Employee), Denver, COMarch 16, 2014
As Officer in Charge (OIC) of security processing. I must maintain focus in a noisy environment and respond quickly to stressful and emergency situations while remaining courteous

Duties include examining baggage through X-ray machines and screening passengers with a hand-held wand, walk-through detectors or other electronic detectors, according to the Transportation Security Administration.
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Great place to work, awesome atmosphere, a new adventure everyday
IT Communications Technician (Former Employee), Denver, CODecember 2, 2013
The most enjoyable part of the job is being able to do something different everyday. Just being at the airport is great because there's never a dull moment and you get to meet new and interesting people everyday.
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Working on an active airfield was challenging and exciting
Senior Electrical Inspector (Former Employee), Denver, COOctober 24, 2013
I worked at DIA as a consultant with DMJM Aviation.
I learned a great deal about aifield lighting and paving, FAA Advisory Circulars and Quality Assurance.
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Intern engineer
Intern (Former Employee), Denver, COSeptember 12, 2013
A place I learned and applied what was thought in the academic setting.
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Airfield Environment
Deicing Technician (Former Employee), Denver, COSeptember 2, 2013
Pros: excellent training, airfield experience and federal regulations training
Cons: long hours (sometimes 24-32 hour shifts) in very harsh weather conditions
Intense airfield training - specialized operations that met both individual (per-airline) and Federal Regulations for anti-cing techniques involved with "clean aircraft" restrictions.
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Fun and busy place
Cabin Cleaner (Former Employee), Denver, COJuly 11, 2013
Pros: you always have something to do
Cons: knowing that people steal stuff all the time
A typical day as a Cabin Cleaner was to clean the entire inside of the plane, in preparation for the next flight. I learned that honesty and integrity are very important in this job. My managers were always available to help in any problem and situation. My co-workers were not always honest and didn't always have integrity, which ultimately cost them their job, but others learned from their mistakes. The hardest part of this job, is the short amount of time we were given to clean out a plane, before passengers started to board. The most enjoyable part of this job was seeing all the passengers leave the plane with a smile on their face.
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Great place to work at
Ramp Agent (Servisair) (Current Employee), Denver, COMarch 19, 2013
ive learned alot working at DIA. its fun, you get to be around airplanes alot, meet new people that has been working for the airport for 20+ years..
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Great flight benefits with SkyWest Airlines
Line Service Technician (Current Employee), Denver, COJanuary 27, 2013
Working for SkyWest Airlines is rewarding if you are looking to experience traveling the world. Flight benefits with SkyWest are almost unmatched by any other airline in the US.
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Slow with no advancment
Customer Service Representative, Budget Rent-A-Car (Former Employee), Denver, COJanuary 23, 2013
Pros: health care
Cons: no upward movement, breaks and lunch at the same time
check cars for cleanliness, due contracts for customers, handling problems as they come up
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Fun, chaotic
Area Quality Coordinator (Former Employee), Denver, COMay 10, 2012
Pros: being a part of such a large project
Cons: city and county bureaucracy
Meetings , meetings, meetings.
Airport operations
superb management staff
Contractors employees great, City and County, not so great.
Conntractor/Design interfaces
a much needed project
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Productive and Fast Paced Environment
Baggage Handler (Former Employee), Denver, COFebruary 24, 2012
Pros: 40+ hrs
Cons: low wages
Overall working at the airport was a great learning experience. Working at an International you meet various types of people and come across multiple situations that test your abilities, so if your not on your p's and q's you wont be able to do an efficient job.

About Denver International Airport

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