The key responsibilities of this role include (but are not limited to):
Participating in the daily shift briefings with the Ramp team
Review the movement and repositioning schedule for the shift and stay updated with any changes
Completing the Ground Support Equipment (GSE) checklists at the start of each shift, to ensure serviceability of the equipment.
Responsibility for conducting the under wing services, and ensuring that all services for an aircraft are conducted in a professional and timely manner, always following the ‘Safety First’ guideline
Ensuring that all pre and post activity checks are conducted for all arrivals, departures and repositioning, including and not limited to aircraft walk around checks, bay sweeps, FOD checks, ensuring availability of chocks, cones, tie downs (if applicable), carpets, and any additional measures as defined in the established procedures.
Operating and conducting services using the appropriate Ground Service Equipment (GSE) strictly in compliance with the established standards and the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), including the pre and post process safety checks.
Operating conventional pushback and towbarless pushback tractors, in compliance with the established standards, airport regulations and safety measures. Ability to determine the appropriate equipment and tow bars that can be used on an aircraft
Work seamlessly with the Ramp Assistants, Flight Coordinator, Ramp Supervisor/ Manager and other teams to ensure that services are delivered in a timely and professional manner, strictly following all safety measures
Ensuring that the relevant teams and systems are updated on the status of the under wing services
Safety of Clients, Passengers, Aircraft, Jetex personnel, equipment, communication devices and assets at all times.
Raising incidents, accidents, close calls or observations in line with the Incident Management procedure
Wearing the appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) when on the airside, and as appropriate to the operational environment and service being performed.
Participating in a handover briefing to the next shift to ensure seamless transition to the new shift
Any other duties assigned by Line Manager.
Education and Certifications:
Diploma/ Bachelor’s Degree from a recognized University
Certification for Conventional pushback and towbar less pushback operations
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