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EQUIPMENT OPERATOR (ROTATING SHIFT)

Posted By: Kellyta

Date: Mon, 28 Mar 2022

Remuneration: $1,800.00

Mobile: +584142026539

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We are a growing maintenance company based in Singapore and we're looking for self-driven individuals to join our team. Singaporean, Singapore PR, and Malaysian are welcome to apply. No prior experience required but would be an advantage to have basic knowledge in maintenance of equipment and Chinese language.


Job Description


Operate technical support equipment that meets the service standards of Airlines’ requirements as well as the safety standards in compliance with rules & regulations set by Changi Airport Group (CAG) / other authorities
Ensure safe and efficient operation of all equipment/vehicles within classes permitted



Job Responsibilities:


Perform daily ground support equipment checks; report damages of equipment/vehicles to Superiors immediately
Refuel ground support equipment
Ensure all vehicles and equipment are cleaned / well maintained
Carry out manual marshaling at aircraft bays
Operate Aircraft Docking Guidance System (ADGS)
Insert and remove aircraft wheel chocks based on airlines’ requirements
Report all Foreign Object Debris to the flight in charge (FIC)
Execute general loading and unloading operations
Perform duty on docking and withdrawing of PLB (Passenger Loading Bridge)
Read and interpret CPM & LIR
Willing to perform shift duties.



Salary Package


Basic salary: $1745
Laundry Allowance: $55



Working location:


Changi



Working Hour:


5 days work week (Rotating shift), including weekends and public holidays



Staff Benefits:


14 to 21 days of Annual Leave
13th Month Bonus/AWS
Staff Discount
Medical and Dental Benefits
Group Hospitalization and Surgical Insurance
Training Programs
Service Awards
To apply, send us by email the following:


1.) Resume
2.) Cover letter that highlights your skills and when are you available for a phone interview.



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