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Job Post: Corporate Eagle - First Officer/Second-In-Command

 

Corporate Eagle (3 positions available)

Flight crew member (First Officer/Second-In-Command)

 

Our business is growing rapidly. We will be soon adding a 14th aircraft to our fleet and are now seeking additional individual(s) to join our team of professional pilots for flight duty in unscheduled FARs 91K and 135 environments. Company fleet consists of 13 aircraft (3 x King Air B200, 3 x Hawker 700, 4 x 800XP, and 3 x Falcon 2000) with operations based at KPTK.

Responsibilities include flight and ground duty as required flight crew member (Second-In-Command) in domestic and international operations. Essential attributes candidate(s) must possess include the ability to provide exceptional personal concierge services to our private Members, maintain a high level of technical competence and professionalism, and perform nominal office duties as required/directed.

Advancement from First Officer to Captain occurs based on a scheduled pilot performance-based progression plan. All flight crew members are cross-qualified in two of the three
types of aircraft operated. Initial equipment training may be in any of the three aircraft types operated, with training in a second type to follow six months later.

Successful candidate to be trained, qualified/checked, and released for duty in Q4 2014.

Waterford, MI.

$46,000 - $68,500 (Starting compensation dependent on candidate qualifications and experience).

401K, cost-shared (HSA) medical, dental, life insurance, AD&D insurance, voluntary vision plan.

Successful candidate to be trained, qualified/checked, and released for duty in Q4 2014.

Corporate Eagle Management Services, Inc.
KPTK – Waterford, MI.

Please forward/email your resume and contact information to:
Christopher A. Weedon
Vice President, Director of Operations
------------------------------
6320 Highland Road
Waterford, MI 48327
Direct Line: 248.461.9034
Fax: 248.461.9009
E-Mail: cweedon@corporateeagle.com

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Academics
 College Graduate
o Bachelor’s Degree


Pilot Certificate and Ratings
 Commercial Pilot Certificate
o Instrument Rating
o Multi-Engine Rating
 Flight Instructor
o Single Engine (airplane)
o Multi-Engine (airplane)
o Instrument (airplane)
 FAA Second Class Medical Certificate (with ability to obtain First Class)


Flight Time
 Total Time
o 1200 hours
 100 hours Multi-Engine as PIC
o 500 hours cross-country
o 100 hours night
o 75 hours instrument (actual or simulated instrument)
 50 hours instrument in actual flight
 Dual Given
o 500 hours
 75 Multi-Engine


Other
 Passport
 FCC Restricted Radiotelephone Operator Permit

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

Academics
 College Graduate
o Bachelor’s Degree
 Aviation/Aeronautics related Major


Pilot Certificates and Ratings
 Airline Transport Pilot Certificate (or ATP written test and ability to immediately take Practical Test for ATP Certificate)
 Flight Instructor
o Single Engine (airplane)
o Multi-Engine (airplane)
o Instrument (airplane)
 FAA First Class Medical Certificate (with ability to maintain)


Flight Time
 Total Time
o 1500 hours
 250 hours as PIC
 150 hours Multi-Engine as PIC
o 500 hours cross-country
 100 hours cross-country as PIC
o 100 hours night
 25 hours night as PIC
o 75 hours instrument (actual or simulated instrument)
 50 hours instrument in actual flight
 Dual Given
o 750 hours
 100 Multi-Engine


Other
 Passport
 FCC Restricted Radiotelephone Operator Permit

 

Position Summary
Corporate Eagle flight crewmembers are responsible to professionally and enthusiastically deliver Private Club level services to our Members, and
must be committed to providing our Members with the seamless safety, comfort and convenience expected.


Essential Job Responsibilities
 Operate in accordance with domestic and international regulations, FAA approved company procedures, industry best practices, and the highest level of aviation safety standards.
 Coordinate Corporate Eagle team activities and efforts, preflight to post-flight, to ensure unity in thought and action. Establish and exercise command authority so that decisions and responsibilities can be identified and acted upon with consistency and expediency.


Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
 Working knowledge of the appropriate sections of the Federal Aviation Regulations, Airman’s Information Manual, Aircraft Manufactures Manuals,
 Maintain competency required for scheduled flight, simulator and ground training scheduled and performed throughout the year.
 Maintain Airline Transport Pilot proficiency standards and continually strive to improve aviation skills and knowledge.
 Continually evaluate and improve flight and ground performance.
 Openly discuss and improve weak areas found during revenue trips or during required company line checks.
 Pass a First Class medical examination every six (6) months.
 Maintain basic computer knowledge and proficiency.
 Maintain Flight Instructor Certificate(s) and ratings.


Supervisory Responsibilities
 The professional management of the flight deck to include the coordination between flight crewmembers.
 Representation of Corporate Eagle while on the job to the extent required to properly deliver safety, convenience and comfort to our
Members.


Success Factors
 Ability to promote and implement action plans.
 Display of an enthusiastic spirit.
 Mentoring and inspiration of subordinates.
 Promoting the essence of teamwork by example.
 Personal and company success oriented attitude.
 Personal commitment and self-motivation.
 Demonstrating an engaged attitude.

Job Post: IFL - First Officer

 

IFL is looking for First Officers to fly Part 121 on the Convair 580
 and Convair 5800. The position is based out of the KPTK airport
 flying On Demand air charter in the US, Canada, Mexico, and the
 Caribbean.
 
 Requirements are:
 Must live within 20 minutes of the KPTK airport
 Must have ATP minimums with the written completed.
 Valid passport
 2nd Class medical
 
 IFL Group caters to companies and individuals with time critical and
 sensitive freight. All pilots are on a 20 minute callout with wheels
 off the ground within 1 hour to accommodate our customers. A typical
 week is on call Monday starting at 8am and released for the weekend
 Saturday at 8am. Weekends duty is required about once per month. Due
 to the nature of the business, more or less may be required.
 
 Starting salary is 32,000 base pay. In addition, pilots are payed per
 diem, mileage, and international boarder crossings. Average first
 year pay is about 36,000
 
 Convair 5800 specs
 63000 lb MTOW
 58000 lb MLW
 310 KTAS
 5.5 hour useful range
 18000 lb cargo capacity
 Each Turboprop engine 4300 HP
 
 Convair 580 specs
 58156 MTOW
 52000 lb MLW
 280 KTAS
 5.5 hour useful range
 13500 lb cargo capacity
 Each Turboprop engine 4000 HP
 
 More information about our company can be found at
 http://www.iflgroup.com
 Send resume or questions to:
 
 Jeremy Clark / Chief Pilot
 248-666-9713
 Jclark@iflgroup.com
 
 or
 
 Jeremy Bennett
 
 Check Airman / Captain CV 580/5800
 IFL Group, Inc.

 JBennett@iflgroup.com
 

Job Post: Gogo L.L.C. - Aircraft Operations Specialist

 

 

Aircraft Operations Specialist

Technical Support | Itasca, IL

Almost as revolutionary as air travel itself is the ability to get online, in air. Gogo has made this technological dream a reality. Not even George Jetson could have seen this coming. 

Gogo employees are at the forefront of a revolution. Infusing air travel with a sense of excitement and possibility that hasn’t been seen since the Wright Brothers and the Pan Am air hostess. Simply put, Gogo is redefining the way people fly. We can’t offer you more legroom or silence crying children, but we can keep people connected and entertained for hours. 

To be sure, we’re proud of our accomplishments, but our employees are our greatest source of pride. It’s our talented team that defines the thrilling new experiences Gogo will bring to tomorrow’s travelers. 

Working at Gogo, you’ll be asked to think outside the box, think next to the box, and even ponder smashing the blasted box. Our team is transformative, dynamic and enthusiastic. 

If you have even the slightest desire to be part of something this different and 
innovative, to be inspired daily and applauded like a rock star… give us a call. 


Aircraft Operations Specialist

Position Summary:

The primary function of the Aircraft Operations Specialist is to support the maintenance, repair, and the return to service of the Aircell Broadband System (ABS) on board customer aircraft. The individual will ensure that all work performed is accomplished in accordance with all company, airline partner, and FAA regulations. This individual will be knowledgeable in all facets of aircraft maintenance including electrical and avionics equipment installations. They will be expected to work on assignments that are complex in nature and require considerable judgment, initiative and technical/specialized knowledge to resolve problems and/or develop recommended solutions, as well as interface with the airline partners and contract maintenance personnel as required by the Aircraft Maintenance Manager.

Key Duties & Responsibilities:

-Ensure complete and accurate documentation for all work performed on customer aircraft.

-Establish and maintain a working relationship with airline partners and contract maintenance personnel.

-Achieve and maintain specific customer satisfaction goals as defined by the Aircraft Maintenance Manager.

-Ensure that all the required maintenance and preventative maintenance is being performed in accordance with all company, airline partner, and FAA regulations to ensure system integrity.

-Conduct diagnostic checks on Gogo system installed onboard customer aircraft.

-Assist Aircell and airline partner maintenance and engineering departments.

-Complete assigned tasks as required to meet schedule. This includes but is not limited to working with airline partner maintenance planners, aircraft routers as well as third party contract maintenance personnel.

Required Skills & Experience:

-1 year experience in aircraft maintenance including electrical and avionics installations on jet powered transport aircraft.

-Ability to interpret all technical manuals and schematics including engineering orders supporting the installation and repair of the ABS system.

-Proven customer service skills.

-Computer skills including Microsoft Office, and LINUX.

-Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

-A valid FAA Airframe and Powerplant Certificate.

-Associates degree in related discipline preferred.


Gogo LLC is an equal opportunity employer and works in compliance with both federal and state laws. We are committed to the concept regarding Equal Employment opportunity. Qualified candidates will be considered for employment regardless of race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, marital status, medical condition or disability

 

 

Many more opportunities avaiable at Gogo:

 

Careers at Gogo

Gogo jobs are fast paced, challenging, and rewarding. Imagine a career where you can create an interactive experience for someone flying 30,000 feet above the surface of the earth. Where else can you find employment opportunities where you can hone your talents in such a unique way? Your career with Gogo will influence the future of air travel.

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Senior Internal Auditor Itasca, IL
Tax Manager Itasca, IL
Business Development
Director, Business Development Itasca, IL
Engineering
Airborne Access Technology Engineer Itasca, IL
Aircraft 3D Drafter/Modeler Itasca, IL
Aircraft Engineering Manager Itasca, IL
Aircraft Engineering Project Manager Irvine, CA
Content Delivery Service Manager Itasca, IL
FAA Certification Engineer Itasca, IL
Network Design Engineer Itasca, IL
Network Field Engineer (Operations Engineer) Itasca, IL
Network Performance Engineer Itasca, IL
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RF Regulatory Engineer Itasca, IL
Sr System Performance Analyst Itasca, IL
Sr. Development Engineer- Video Content Itasca, IL
Sr. System Performance Engineer Itasca, IL
Sr. Systems Engineer Itasca, IL
Finance
Financial Analyst II Itasca, IL
Financial Analyst III Itasca, IL
Investor Relations Analyst Itasca, IL
Sr. Financial Modeling Analyst Itasca, IL
Stock Plan Administrator Itasca, IL
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Co-op IT Quality Assurance Itasca, IL
Data Center Operations Technician Broomfield, CO
Dynamics NAV Functional Implementer Itasca, IL
Hyperion Developer Itasca, IL
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Production Support Analyst Itasca, IL
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Senior Application Developer Itasca, IL
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Marketing
Digital Partnerships Specialist Itasca, IL
Digital Product Creative Design Manager Itasca, IL
Email Marketing Coordinator Itasca, IL
Frontend Developer Itasca, IL
Manager, Marketing Analytics & Reporting Itasca, IL
Manager, Product Strategy Gogo Vision Itasca, IL
Manager, Sales & Marketing Communications Itasca, IL
Pricing and Promotional Operations Analyst Itasca, IL
Product Manager, Gogo Vision Content Operations Itasca, IL
Product Manager, iOS and Android Apps Itasca, IL
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Visual Designer Itasca, IL
Web Manager Itasca, IL
Project & Program Management
Program Manager Itasca, IL
Quality
VP, Quality Management Office Itasca, IL
Strategy
Airline & Flight Data Specialist Itasca, IL
Business & Data Analyst Itasca, IL
Technical Operations
Airborne and Wireless Network Technical Trainer Itasca, IL
Aircraft Engineering Project Manager Itasca, IL
Director, Field Service Operations Itasca, IL
Network Support Engineer Itasca, IL
NOC Engineer Itasca, IL
NOC Engineer Itasca, IL
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Aircraft Operations Specialist Itasca, IL
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Job Post: Pentastar Aviation - Flight Follower

 

Flight Follower

The Flight Follower position is located in the Operations Control Center and reports to the Flight Follower Supervisor and or Flight Operations Manager.

 

http://www.pentastaraviation.com/flight-follower3.html

General Description:

The Flight Follower has responsibility for maintaining operational control and support of all Pentastar Aviation aircraft under all regulations a particular customer operates under including, FAR 91, FAR 121, FAR 135, and FAR 125. This position serves as a central point of contact for all aircraft movement. Duties include flight tracking, weather briefing, flight planning, weight and balance computations, and other day-to-day operations and trip planning knowledge.

This position requires excellent, professional written and verbal communication skills, a positive engaged working attitude and working within a close team, and a strong desire to investigate and problem solve.   The Flight Follower works closely with Trip Coordinators (trip planners), Charter Sales, Customers, Maintenance, Line Service, Catering and Crew on a daily basis to manage trip details from point of initial contact through completion. On a rotating basis, candidates must be willing to work all shifts including weekends, holidays, afternoon and midnight shifts.

Qualifications:

  • College degree preferred.
  • Dispatcher License required. (Enrollment in dispatch courses will be considered)
  • Prior aviation experience required. (pilot, dispatcher, air traffic control, and or practical and applicable work experience.)
  • Thorough understanding of applicable Federal Aviation Regulations preferred.
  • Thorough technical understanding of flight planning, and aircraft performance preferred.
  • Ability to prioritize tasks with limited time. (Time Management skills)
  • Strong customer service skills required.
  • Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office applications, and internet required.
  • Excellent verbal and written skills required.  Ability to compose, and deliver either verbally or by email concise, professional communication with excellent customer service required.
  • Outstanding teamwork skills are required.
  • May on occasion, be required to accept direction from other team members, not necessarily the supervisor/manager.
  • Thorough understanding of business aircraft operations in worldwide service preferred.

This Position is Currently Open

Pentastar is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Job Post: FlightSafety International - Sales Assistant

 
FlightSafety International - Job Post
The job will require the new hire to move to St. Louis, MO for a couple years to work under Chuck's tutelage as a sales rep & then ultimately end up in one of the centers in a sales/marketing position.  FlightSafety is a great company to work for & this would be a wonderful opportunity for the right person.

If you happen to know of a past or present student who may be interested in the position please have them send Chuck a resume at:

chuck.urad@flightsafety.com

Job Post: Multiple A&P Technicians Needed - AAR Corp

 

AAR is a leading provider of diverse products and services to the worldwide commercial aviation and government/defense industries. According to their website: "We are the largest provider of airframe maintenance in the Americas and one of the top MRO providers in the world. With six major maintenance facilities across the U.S., we provide world-class Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul services for wide-body, narrow-body and regional jets including the world's most commonly used Airbus, Boeing, Bombardier and Embraer platforms."

This company is offering MULTIPLE aviation maintenance technician jobs. For a detailed list and to do some additional research, please follow the link below to the job posting page. 

http://www.aarcorp.com/careers/



Job Post: Aperture Aviation

 

Aperture Aviation is a San José, California-based company that specializes in the capture of high-quality aerial imagery throughout the United States. We operate a fleet of Cessna 206 aircraft nationwide and year-round.

Our mission is to provide the highest quality aerial photography and to become the premier aerial photography operation in the United States, while surpassing industry best practices and conducting operations in accordance with the highest standards of safety practicable. Aperture

Aviation is dedicated to providing highly professional flight operations. Safety will always be our first priority, and we will be persistent in continuously demonstrating high safety consciousness in our daily flight operations.

Aperture Aviation has implemented the International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations (IS-BAO). We also have a Safety Management System (SMS), and support and encourage our employees to contribute to our safety culture.

Our requirements for the Line Pilot position are:

·FAA Commercial Pilot certificate with airplane, single-engine land and instrument airplane ratings

·CFI preferred

·Flight experience:

o Total time: 800 hours preferred (500 hours minimum)

o Pilot-in-command: 400 hours

o Instrument (actual or simulated): 50 hours (Must be Instrument current and proficient)

o Previous 12 months: 120 hours

o Garmin G600/G530/G430 experience preferred

o 20 hours Cessna 206 preferred

· Current First Class Medical

· Pilots must live within 2 hours drive time of San Jose or be willing to re-locate

· A bachelor's degree (BA, BS). CFI/CFII with a minimum of 200 hours dual given will be accepted in lieu of this requirement.

· Legal and authorized to work for all employers in the United States.

· Must sign 6 month commitment

Pilot employees are subject to criminal background and records checks, certificate verification, and driving records checks, as well as pre-employment and random drug testing.

Aperture Aviation flight crews are scheduled 8 days on, 6 days off. Two pilots are crewed per aircraft.

If your experience meets our requirements, please e-mail a resume and cover letter to resumes@apertureaviation.com. We look forward to hearing from you!

Job Post: MIAT College of Technology

 

Job Opening:  MIAT College of Technology         8.13.14

 

Aviation Maintenance Instructor, Canton, Michigan

 

Responsible for the effective delivery of the Airframe and Powerplant Technician curriculum in the classroom and laboratory setting.

 

    Specific Functions/Responsibilities

  • Conduct class room and shop training utilizing proper instructional techniques, practices and following approved curriculum
  • Utilize equipment and training aids in daily lessons
  • Order required supplies and tools through Hangar Manager
  • Report all damaged or missing instructional equipment to Hangar Manager
  • Ensure that classroom and shop areas are kept clean and orderly
  • Store all unused training aids and supplies in approved areas
  • Maintain student attendance and grade rosters
  • Prepare class lessons and test in a timely manner
  • Design training aids and mock-ups in area of instructor expertise
  • Administer tests and make-up tests per MIAT procedures manual
  • Conduct make-up classes as scheduled
  • Ensure that students follow all established policies, procedures and safety practices
  • Ensure that a professional training environment is maintained in the classroom and shop areas at all times
  • Other duties as assigned by the Director of Training-ATI

 

 

Working Conditions

  • Majority of time spent in education environment
  • Work will consist of an 8 hour day, 75% teaching and 25% administration
  • Appropriate safety measures must be followed
  • Exposure to chemicals that are standard to industry

 

Education

  • High School Diploma/GED required      
  • A&P Certificate required
  • Associate Degree required
  • Bachelor Degree preferred
  • Inspection Authorization (IA) & Federal Communication Commission (FCC) License preferred

 

 

Experience

  • 4 years in aviation maintenance field required
  • 5-10 years in aviation maintenance field preferred

 

 

 

Skills and Abilities

  • Ability to teach students of various ages and diverse backgrounds
  • Able to work productively and communicate effectively with students and new employees
  • Strong oral and written communication skills
  • Excellent customer service skills
  • Must be able to deal responsibly with confidential information
  • Good working knowledge of Microsoft applications (Word and Excel required )
  • Must be personable, energetic and have a customer service orientation
  • Must be  self-motivated
  • Must be able to work independently  or with a team

 

Performance Standards

  • Instructors will be evaluated on their ability to promote and implement the objective of the school
  • Assure that the curriculum is adhered to, and delivered with motivation and enthusiasm
  • Proper monitoring of all equipment, supplies and tools to ensure the safety of the students
  • Ensure that student morale is maintained at a high level
  • Maintain control of the classroom and handles student day to day issues
  • Maintain a good standing on student and lab equipment evaluations
  • All internal and external reports and forms have been accurately completed and submitted in a timely fashion.
  • Maintain an annual average of 95% student retention
  • Instructor evaluations will be done twice a year by management
  • Instructor evaluations will be done by students every quarter

 

 

APPLY:   Send resume to akienast@miat.edu with “MIAT Instructor” in the subject line.  No phone calls please.   Indicate in the body of the email who you received the job posting from.

 

Job Post: Delta Global Services (DGS)

 

Delta Global Services (DGS) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Delta Air Lines. Training will start next week (8/18) at the Radisson. It is 8 hour days Monday-Friday for two weeks.

How to Apply:

As seen: http://dalgs.com/job_openings.htm

 

Kalamazoo / Battle Creek International Airport (AZO) Airline Operation Openings.

 

Station Manager - Kalamazoo

Description

 

Position Summary:
 
The Station Manager is responsible for the oversight and coordination of the day-to-day operation, or a segment of the operation, to ensure safe, reliable, efficient, and effective operational and financial performance of the station.
 
Essential Functions:
  • Builds partnerships with outside customers and provides and sets the example for the delivery of distinctive customer service.
  • Reviews operational and financial reports to ensure station is meeting goals and objectives and takes corrective action as required.
  • Ensures compliance with DGS policies and procedures, rules, standards, customer requirements and governmental/regulatory requirements.
  • Participates in employee relations investigations when complaints are brought forth and resolves issues in a professional and timely manner.
  • Promotes and adheres to DGS policy concerning Safety, Anti-Harassment and Equal Employment Opportunity.
  • Recruits new employees to ensure appropriate staffing, promotes team building initiatives and performs coaching/mentoring activities to develop and motivate team members.
  • Ensures that employees are properly trained and audits records as needed.
  • Sets, measures and manages performance of self and others and leads team members in achieving/exceeding operational and financial objectives and goals.
  • Ensures compliance with rules and standards of all relevant regulatory agencies and applicable laws. 
  • All other duties as assigned.
 
This description is intended to provide guidelines for job expectations and the employee's ability to perform the position described. It is not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all functions, responsibilities, skills and abilities. Particular functions, tasks and requirements may vary or be added depending upon the location and operational requirements. The text on this site does not represent a contract of employment and the company reserves the right to change this job description and/or assign tasks for the employee to perform, as the Company may deem appropriate.

PAX Service Supervisor

 

Description
 
Position Summary:
 
Under the supervision of the station manager or duty manager, the Supervisor is responsible for supervising employees on assigned shifts to ensure that the daily activities are performed safely and efficiently, while also servicing the aircraft to achieve on-time departures. 

Essential Functions:
 
·        Supervises and coordinates daily activities of employees to ensure a safe and effective operation.
·        Monitors and enforces safe working habits in accordance with OSHA/TSA/DOT/USPS regulations, DGS policies and safety procedures, and all applicable laws.
·        Responsible for shift schedule to include: work station assignments, employee training, employee vacations, employee breaks, overtime assignment, back-up for absent employees, and shift rotations.
·        Enforces Company policies and procedures, including disciplinary action, and promotes DGS policies on Equal Employment Opportunity, Professional Conduct, and diversity initiatives and investigates and responds to employee relations issues in a timely manner.
·        Communicates with Manager concerning any problems or issues.
·        Schedules and conducts shift meetings.
·        Trains, coaches, counsels and mentors employees in compliance with DGS policies, procedures and practices.
·        Assists in the administration of payroll; completes shift paperwork and performs other administrative functions.
·        Performs job duties of assigned shift (i.e., ramp, cabin service, cargo, baggage, passenger service).
·        All other duties as assigned.
 
This description is intended to provide guidelines for job expectations and the employee's ability to perform the position described. It is not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all functions, responsibilities, skills and abilities. Particular functions, tasks and requirements may vary or be added depending upon the location and operational requirements. The text on this site does not represent a contract of employment and the company reserves the right to change this job description and/or assign tasks for the employee to perform, as the Company may deem appropriate.

 

 

Starting Hourly Rate: 14.00

 

Ramp Agent (AGT-RAMP)(
 013OP)

 

Description
 
Position Summary :
 
Under the supervision of the lead agent and/or supervisor on duty, Ramp Agents are responsible for marshalling aircraft in and out of the gate, loading, unloading and sorting freight, mail and baggage in a safe manner while also achieving on-time departures and arrivals. Ramp Agents may also be responsible for servicing aircraft lavatories, cleaning aircraft, restocking items, deicing and other duties as delegated.
 
Essential Functions:
  • Marshalls aircraft on the ramp including directing, assisting and parking all arriving, departing and towed aircrafts in accordance with safety policy and procedures.
  • Performs wing walker duties to protect the aircraft wing from equipment in the path of pushback and maintains visual contact with the pushback driver to alert the driver of any danger.
  • Lifts, loads/unloads, sorts and transfers passenger baggage, airmail, freight and company material in and out of aircraft bins, belt loader or baggage carts in a safe manner and within specific time constraints.  
  • Maintains safety and security of the ramp at all times and complies with safety procedures and station policies.
  • Reads and verifies the city and flight number for every bag to ensure correct loading of customer bags.
  • Communicates with Operations, Flight Crew personnel and other ground personnel concerning arrival/departure information in a professional manner.
  • Drives/operates ramp equipment, including but not limited to bag tugs, belt loaders, aircraft tow tractors and water and lavatory servicing vehicles in a safe manner.
  • Services aircraft as needed to include cleaning lavatories and cabin and restocking items.
  • Arrives to work on time and at assigned post to ensure prompt servicing of the aircraft and on time departures.
  • May work in the baggage make-up area and prioritize baggage load for delivery to the proper aircraft for loading.
  • Ensures GSE equipment is in proper working order.
  • Other duties as assigned.
 
This description is intended to provide guidelines for job expectations and the employee's ability to perform the position described. It is not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all functions, responsibilities, skills and abilities. Particular functions, tasks and requirements may vary or be added depending upon the location and operational requirements. The text on this site does not represent a contract of employment and the company reserves the right to change this job description and/or assign tasks for the employee to perform, as the Company may deem appropriate.
 

 

 

Starting Hourly Rate: 8.50

 

Description
 
Position Summary :
 
Under the supervision of the supervisor or manager on duty, Passenger Service Agents are responsible for providing customer service, ticketing and those activities related to boarding and deplaning passengers at the ticket counter, passenger gate or baggage areas.
 
Essential Functions:
  • Completes activities, associated paperwork and/or computer entries related to boarding and/or deplaning passengers. 
  • Keys passenger information into the ticketing reservation system.
  • Assists passengers with reservations, ticketing, and adjustments to itinerary.
  • Greets passengers and provides necessary travel and gate information.
  • Keep passengers informed and makes announcements to ensure important information is communicated about their itineraries, flights and luggage.
  • Coordinates with internal resources to ensure passenger information is processed and flights are dispatched on time.
  • Accepts passenger luggage and creates and affixes bag labels to ensure proper delivery.
  • All other duties as assigned.
 
 
This description is intended to provide guidelines for job expectations and the employee's ability to perform the position described. It is not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all functions, responsibilities, skills and abilities. Particular functions, tasks and requirements may vary or be added depending upon the location and operational requirements. The text on this site does not represent a contract of employment and the company reserves the right to change this job description and/or assign tasks for the employee to perform, as the Company may deem appropriate.
 

 

 

Starting Hourly Rate: 10.00


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