Worldwide Flight Services Ramp Clerk in Vegas, Nevada
The work of Ramp Clerk includes the following: loading and unloading of cargo (mail, express, baggage, freight, and company material) on and off aircraft; the transporting of cargo between terminals and aircraft; the ramp transfers of cargo where required; the receiving, delivering, and physical handling of freight and company material, export at the designated express docks, mail, and baggage in the outbound baggage room; the completion of forms and messages related to and necessary for the performance of the designated locations of the functions described. The cleaning and servicing of cabin interiors, including cockpit and lavatories; draining lavatories, checking, handling, assembling, removing, and installing passenger service cabin furnishings and supplies. Transporting such furnishings and supplies to and from aircraft. Assisting in the loading, unloading, and racking of both filled and empty drums. In addition, de-icing aircraft, clear aircraft windshields, pushout/two aircraft, and related guide man functions; connect/remove ground power and ground start units. May be required to clean the exterior of the aircraft with specialized cleaning fluids. May be assigned to perform routine cleaning of work areas, ramps, and facilities with or without powered equipment. May be assigned to assist in monitoring security of the facility. May be assigned to do routine automotive repair; servicing and cleaning of powered and unpowered equipment.
Must be able to perform the following functions in variable weather conditions as well as environmental conditions, i.e. jet engine fumes, vehicle emissions, dust, and jet engine noise.
Load and unload aircraft of cargo weighing up to 70 lbs. in and out of aircraft within confined cargo areas, push, pull, and position loaded containers weighing up to 3,200 lbs. on rollers with/to aircraft.
Driving vehicles with gross weights of 3,000 to 80,000 lbs. in areas congested with aircraft, moving and stationary vehicles and equipment as well as positioning vehicle up to aircraft requiring depth perception and the ability to distinguish colors, red, green, and yellow.
Engage in push-out of aircraft driving 80,000 lb. vehicle or assist by providing guide function to the driver using depth perception in congested areas or speaking to the cockpit during push-back procedure. Transport cargo to and from aircraft driving 3,000 lb. vehicle using depth perception to negotiate vehicle with attached carts through the congested area: Read "off-load" sheets to determine the destination of the cargo.
While performing aircraft push-out and/or towing functions, engage in the proper specific ground to cockpit communication via hand signals and voice commands, with and without, the assistance of sight or visual aids.
Ability to successfully communicate with others.
Ability to work in a high-noise level environment.
Ability to understand and react to verbal commands and safety warnings, with and without, the assistance of sight or visual aids.
Pull, push, and lift bags weighing up to 70 lbs. onto or from a conveyor belt.
Pull water hose from the stationary cabinet and connect to aircraft.
Lift, connect overhead, and remove overhead, 40 lb. KVA electric cable to/from aircraft.
De-ice aircraft at heights of up to 20-80 ft. lifting and holding nose, spray the exterior of wings and fuselage with glycol.
Ability to judge distances.
Ability to confront and question unauthorized personnel in secured areas, and report their presence to authorities as necessary.
Reports to work on a regular and timely basis.
Must be at least 18 years of age. High school diploma or GED preferred. Valid driver's license. Ability to work rotating shifts including weekends (i.e. Friday, Saturday, and Sunday), holidays, and days off. Ability to read, write, fluently speak, and understand the English language.
Tracking Code: 2297-629
Job Location: Vegas, Nevada, United States
Position Type: Full-Time/Regular