Nearly fifty percent of all visitors to Las Vegas
come through McCarran. Ranked the seventh-busiest
airport in North America, McCarran served a record-breaking
47.7 million passengers in 2007. Our airport is
now the second busiest origin and destination
airport, which means that more domestic passengers
are processed through the airport’s ticketing,
security checkpoints and baggage claim than any
airport except Los Angeles International Airport.
As a world leader in airport management, McCarran
continues to place the emphasis on providing the
best customer service possible.
The Clark County Department of Aviation employs
more than 1,500 dedicated individuals from all
walks of life – all sharing the vision of
McCarran airport as a global and community leader.
Each employee is committed to making every passenger’s
trip through our airport a positive experience.
There’s always opportunity for growth and
advancement in the Department of Aviation. We
encourage every employee to develop their skills,
continue their education, and seek to advance
within our organization.
Whether the position you’re seeking is entry level,
technical, or managerial, the Clark County Department of
Aviation has a broad spectrum of positions for individuals
with or without an aviation background.
Our employees’ innovative ideas and strong teamwork
make McCarran unique in the airport industry. They continually
find new and better ways to serve our passengers and our
McCarran International Airport is a dynamic and exciting
place to work. Our mission is to provide excellence in
customer service and we can only do that with great employees.
Teamwork and dedication has led to McCarran's many successes.
McCarran is the world’s first airport
to utilize a multiple-airline, self-service
passenger check-in system, which we call SpeedCheck,
and launched the country’s largest free
airport wireless network.
McCarran, in partnership with the Transportation Security
Administration and the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors
Authority, developed the first airport-based Traveler Information
Prescreening Series, or “TIPS” program. We
use a series of celebrity video vignettes to educate our
passengers how to go through the security checkpoints.
McCarran was one of the first airports in
the world to use the latest Radio Frequency
Identification technology to implement an airport-wide
baggage tracking system.
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