TSA holding job fair for Paine Field passenger screeners

The hiring event will be Wednesday and Thursday, in the afternoon, in Lynnwood.

LYNNWOOD — The federal Transportation Security Administration, the agency that oversees passenger screening at commercial airports, is holding a hiring event for anyone interested in working as a TSA officer at the new passenger terminal at Paine Field in Everett.

The hiring event will be at WorkSource Lynnwood from 2 to 4 p.m. on Wednesday and Thursday.

The WorkSource office is at 18009 Highway 99, Suite A, in Lynnwood.

Potential applicants should register for the event at www.WorkSourceWA.com.

To view the TSA job description, go to bit.ly/2RK3C8P.

Application assistance will be provided. Wi-Fi is available, so job-seekers may bring a laptop.

Commercial airline flights from the Snohomish County-owned airport are expected to begin early next year.

For more information, contact Lee Dart at LDart@esd.wa.gov.

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