Ramp Agent, Air Transport Posted on Feb 28, 2018 by ATS
Location Leduc, AB
Earnings $16.40 hourly
Work Hours 40 hours per week
Position Permanent Full Time
Vacancies 4 Vacancies
Closing Date Mar 30, 2018
No degree, certificate or diploma or equivalent experience
Up to 23 kg (50 lbs)
- Unload, sort and route cargo and passenger baggage
- Transport freight between aircraft and airport warehouse
- Sort and load cargo and passenger baggage according to instructions
- Position passenger loading stairs and operate aircraft cargo doors
- Marshall or tow aircraft to gate positions
- Drive and operate ramp-servicing vehicles and equipment
Security and Safety
Airport security clearance
Steel-toed safety boots
Work Site Environment
- Confined spaces
- Own vehicle
- Valid driver's licence
Work Conditions and Physical Capabilities
- Fast-paced environment
- Work under pressure
- Physically demanding
- Combination of sitting, standing, walking
- Bending, crouching, kneeling
- Tight deadlines
- Overtime required
- Team player
- Excellent oral communication
- Client focus
How to Apply
Anyone who can legally work in Canada can apply for this job. If you are not currently authorized to work in Canada, the employer will not consider your job application.
Mar 30, 2018
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Interest in comparing information to sort and route cargo and baggage, to clean and prepare aircraft interiors and to wash aircraft exteriors
Interest in driving ramp-servicing vehicles; in operating aircraft cargo doors; in marshalling and towing aircraft to gate positions for passenger boarding and deplaning; and in loading and unloading cargo
Interest in sorting and loading cargo and baggage to achieve proper balance according to instructions forwarded by load planners
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