Line Technician - MLI

Company Name:
Elliot Aviation
_General Summary:_ Deliver exceptional customer service to pilots, passengers and crew members. To carry on the day-to-day functions of the Line Department and uphold Elliott Aviation, Inc.'s high standards of quality in workmanship and customer service.
_Essential Job Functions:_
1. Make arrivals (passengers, pilots, and crew) feel appreciated by giving exemplary customer service.
2. Park/tie down aircraft
3. Drive fuel trucks as needed
4. Fuel aircraft
5. Clean aircraft
6. Maintain good ramp conditions
7. Tow aircraft for servicing/repairs/storage/parking
8. Grounds maintenance
9. General building and hangar maintenance
10. Maintain fuel and oil orders for all customers, training, charter, and sales aircraft
11. View/read fuel meters, with or without accommodations.
12. Other duties as assigned
_Job Specific Requirements:_
Approval under the current Elliott auto policy
Pass a pre-employment drug screen
Valid driver license in order to obtain S.I.D.A. authorization under F.A.R. section 107.31 (unescorted access privileges to the security identification display area - S.I.D.A.)
Ability to communicate effectively with customers and employees in a courteous and helpful manner
Ability to physically lift 50 lbs.
Work in all weather conditions
Regularly required to:
Stand, walk, climb crouch, or crawl
Talk or hear
Reach with hands or arms, grasp and pull
Lift objects up to 25 lbs.
Occasionally required to:
Work in high or precarious places
Lift up to 50 lbs.
Exposure to:
Outdoor weather conditions
Toxic or caustic chemicals
Fuel fumes
Loud noises
Language Skill Abilities
Ability to read, write and speak English
Ability to understand and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals
Ability to write simple correspondence
_Education and Experience:_
High School diploma or equivalent
Location: Moline, IL
Department: Line Service
Posted: 04-01-2014
Location Name: Moline
Starting at: 12.00
Position Type: Full time

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