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Current Job Opportunities

To apply for any of the NBAA jobs listed below, please include your resume, cover letter, salary requirements and where you saw the posting.

Apply via email to hr@nbaa.org. All resumes and cover letters must be in English to be considered for the position. Please indicate the name of the position in the subject line.

Apply via mail to:

NBAA
Attn: Human Resources
1200 G Street NW
Suite 1100
Washington, DC 20005

NBAA offers its professional staff generous and comprehensive benefit package. Review the list of NBAA employee benefits.

NBAA is a nonprofit trade association serving a dynamic and growing industry filled with passionate individuals. From our new, downtown Washington, DC office, staff members focus on delivering top-notch customer service to our Members and to each other.

For full details about each position, download the complete job description in PDF format. EEO M/F/D/V.

Communications Editor

Updated August 20, 2015

NBAA is seeking a Communications Editor to work in the Communications division. This position supports the editorial development and production of NBAA’s print and digital publications, websites and other communications resources to ensure overall quality and on-time delivery. The position also assists in the Communication Division’s content marketing efforts.

If you are eager to make your mark in a dynamic industry utilizing your outstanding oral and written communication, editing, proofreading, organizational and innovative skills, NBAA would like to hear from you.

For a full list of duties and qualifications, download the full job description (PDF).

Communications Intern – Fall 2015

Updated August 18, 2015

NBAA is seeking a fall intern to work in the Communications division. This internship will provide an undergraduate student exposure to various aspects of working in a trade association. This intern works with NBAA’s Communications staff to support ongoing content production, digital image management, hardcopy document archiving and scanning and other administrative tasks.

If you or a student you know would like to build skills and knowledge related to working in a trade association, communications or business aviation; have outstanding interpersonal, oral and written communication, organizational, and innovation skills, and are a team player; and demonstrate a passion for learning and acquiring new skills, NBAA wants to hear from you.

For a full list of duties and qualifications, download the full job description (PDF).

Conventions & Membership Intern – Fall 2015

Updated August 13, 2015

NBAA is seeking a fall intern to work in the Conventions & Membership division. This internship will provide an undergraduate student exposure to various aspects of working in a trade association. This intern works predominantly with NBAA’s Conventions & Membership division, but may also be asked to complete projects for various other divisions.

If you or a student you know would like to build skills and knowledge related to working in a trade association, marketing or business aviation; have outstanding interpersonal, innovation and communication skills, are a team player; and demonstrate a passion for learning and acquiring new skills, NBAA wants to hear from you.

For a full list of duties and qualifications, download the full job description (PDF).

Marketing Traffic Manager

Updated August 10, 2015

NBAA is seeking a Marketing Traffic Manager to work with directors of marketing and internet communications to develop and oversee a strategic workflow that ensures that all web, email and digital marketing and communication pieces get produced and implemented on time. The preferred candidate will have two five years of marketing or traffic management experience with proven success in traffic management or project management.

For a full list of duties and qualifications, download the full job description (PDF).

Director, Airports & Ground Infrastructure

Updated August 5, 2015

NBAA seeks a director of airports & ground infrastructure to safeguard our members' ability to access and utilize thousands of airports throughout the U.S.

The candidate should be an expert in airport access regulation, airport planning and related areas. He or she should be able to effectively communicate with NBAA members and represent their interests in front of various governing bodies at the international, national, state and local levels. A bachelor's degree and private pilot license or FAA dispatcher license are required.

For a full list of duties and qualifications, download the full job description.

NBAA is accepting resumes for this position through August 20, 2015.