WorkSource Atlanta / Administrative AssistantLavatory Supervisor

  • Job Fair Bot
  • Atlanta, GA
  • Jan 20, 2018
Multi-Employer General Business

Event Description

Lavatory Supervisor (Job ID: GATLS0119) Airline ground support company servicing an airline at Atlanta Hartsfield Jackson airport The Lavatory Supervisor will be leading, directing, and coordinating the efforts of ground, line, and cabin service personnel and the timely delivery of all services for airlines as contracted. The Lavatory supervisor will take accountability for safety, operation standards, policy implementation, client relations, and financial performance for the ramp operations: Examples of Essential Functions and Competencies: Establishing shift assignments for employees and determine manpower requirements; ensuring disciplinary procedures are conducted in a fair, timely, and consistent manner Monitoring and responsibility for the safe and efficient operation of all airline ground support equipment and report discrepancies. necessary ground equipment is available in the ramp area and bag room for upcoming flights Coordinating between each assigned carrier Responsible for equipment and ensuring its safe and efficient operating status Confer with other supervisors and managers to coordinate activities with other departments Ensures Lavatory Techs are in Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and ready to perform duties Service the aircraft lavatories with a lavatory truck equipped with the necessary tools to dump, flush, and refill the aircraft lavatories Ability to comply with attendance/tardiness standards. Able to perform under pressure and within fixed time constraints Ensures Read and interpret aircraft weight and balance loading instructions, hazardous materials identification labels, aircraft loading manifest, and baggage routing tags Brief crews on positions to take and how flight will work before flights Requirements: Must possess computer experience (6+ months) and knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel, Ability to navigate electronic devices (computers, fax machines, printers, time clock, etc). Able to proficiently speak, read, and write in English Basic computer literacy A proven track record in supervising a business unit. Experience in operational planning and resource allocation. A working knowledge of GSE maintenance issues. Experience and understanding of the commercial issues in aviation. Capable of processing information in a timely manner Must have a High School diploma, GED, Must be at least 18 years of age, Must have and maintain a Valid Driver's License Previous ramp or airline experience Must successfully complete all training requirements and maintain certifications throughout employment Must clear an FBI fingerprint background check Must be physically fit to perform duties of the job including but not limited to standing, lifting, bending, pushing, and pulling for extended periods of time Capable of repetitively lifting up to 70 pounds in confined spaces and repetitively Must be physically fit to perform the duties of the job Willing to work outside in all types of weather conditions with exposure to loud noises Must be able and flexible to work variable shifts, weekends, and holiday specific shifts to be determined Must be able to work extended hours on short notice during non-routine operations After you complete the Registration, you will receive an email with instructions, next steps and the date/time to report for the event.

Event Date

Feb 06, 2018