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Last updated: 2019-10-16
Valid to: 2019-12-15
Job Role:
Airport and Ground Staff, Baggage Handler
Location:
North America
Annual salary from:
19000 €
Type:
Permanent
Job description

Working under the instruction of Ramp Leads, Responsibilities will include:

  • Pushing Back and towing aircraft using appropriate equipment in accordance with airport and company procedures.
  • Moving aircraft using appropriate equipment in accordance with airport and company procedures
  • Visual Inspection of aircraft before carrying out tasks
  • Completing walk round checks
  • Chocking of all inbound aircraft and giving crew signals for ‘chocks in’ and ‘chocks removed’
  • Hand signals start
  • Wing walking and Ramp Marshalling
  • Following Headset Procedures for engine starts
  • Supplying and operating, aircraft steps, ground power units and all other machinery that you have received instruction to operate
  • Working in close liaison with other Customer Service Reps and Airside Operations
  • loading and off loading baggage in accordance with handling/customer services and aircrew instructions,
  • Cleaning and Refuelling of all company vehicles and cleaning equipment
  • Ensuring surrounding areas are clean and tidy.
  • Providing toilet and potable water services to aircraft
  • Other reasonable duties as requested by Ramp Operations Lead

Requirements
  • A calm approach to problem solving, last minute changes and ability to work accurately under pressure.
  • A customer orientated approach with an outstanding level of customer service skills and experience of meeting the needs of a co operate business.
  • Full job understanding and safety awareness
  • Ability to communicate credibly across all levels of the organisation
  • Basic IT skills.
  • Moving private aircraft means you must be able to drive, so you will need to hold a relevant and clean driving licence.
  • Previous experience of towing of aircraft would be an advantage, however full training would be given to the successful applicant.