An additive-assisted iridium-catalyzed directed C(sp3)-H amination with 2,2,2-trichloroethoxycarbonyl azide as an amino source is reported. Both carboxylate anions and the corresponding cations in the additives are crucial to achieve satisfactory efficiency. Sodium acetate or n-pentanoic acid can promote the amination of various primary C(sp3)-H bonds adjacent to secondary, tertiary, and quaternary carbons in ketoximes or N-aromatic heterocycles, respectively, providing a practical route to versatile β-amino ketoxime and N-heteroaryl ethanamine derivatives. The amination products can be treated as isocyanate analogues and can be converted to other useful amino functionalities. An iridacyclic compound was isolated and identified as a plausible intermediate.