Detalii loc de munca - Kandahar
Descrierea jobului - Afganistan
The Aircraft Handlers are responsible for the execution of all flight line operations, working within a team of up to 20 personnel, including the provision of follow me, marshalling, aircraft starts, parking, application of ground power, air-conditioning, air start services and towing/pushback for all military and civilian visiting aircraft at Kandahar Airfield. They will also be responsible for overseeing all basic elementary serving tasks, which include nitrogen and oxygen as well as garbage pickup, chute recovery and toilet servicing. Working Conditions: Working conditions in Afghanistan are arduous and includes heat and dust, frequently involving much physical exertion and exposure to the elements and aircraft related hazards. Operations will be of a 24 hour nature taking place both day and night and may include routine air travel.
Essential : • Must possess a valid driving license. • Ramp agent experience on heavy and light aircraft, which should include marshalling, parking and starting of aircraft using NATO / ICAO marshalling signals, with a recognised airline and/or equivalent military experience. • Proven experience with all types of ground support equipment. • Proven experience using air conditioning units and toilet trucks. Preferred: • Be familiar with NATO, ICAO and ISO airfield/aircraft terminology; • Experience of working on operations in austere remote sites or in developing nations. • Ramp agent experience with radio procedures; talking to controlling authorities in English is desirable but not essential. Core Responsibilities and Duties Core responsibilities and duties will include, but are not limited to: Participating in all flight line operations involving visiting aircraft, both civilian and military. To provide follow me, marshalling, aircraft parking, aircraft starting, application of ground power, air-conditioning, air start services, aircraft push back and towing. Responsible for the provision of basic elementary service tasks which include nitrogen, oxygen servicing as well as garbage pickup, brake chute pick up and toilet servicing. Conduct and lead vehicle and aircraft convoys throughout the airport Ensure that communication with Base Operations (BOC), Fire Department and Control Tower is maintained at all times. Foster a healthy safety culture including the participation and conducting of toolbox talks and meetings. Maintain all daily statistical records and ensure end of shift reports are completed. Carry out Ground Support Equipment (GSE) daily inspections and perform basic preventative maintenance on all GSE and vehicles, including the reporting of deficiencies.