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Ramp Services Operator


Royal Australian Air Force

Based: Malaysia(Penang)

Posted on 5 Jan 2018

Job Description

Applications are invited from Malaysian Citizens for the position of RAMP SERVICES OPERATOR, in aviation ground handling and refuelling at the Royal Australian Air Force at RMAF Base Butterworth, Penang.This position is classified as LCC2. Responsibilities:
 
• Conduct aircraft ground handling and marshalling.
 
• Prepare cargo and passengers for air transportation.
 
• Pack and accept dangerous goods cargo.
 
• Operate Material Handling Equipment and other heavyvehicles.
 
• Perform daily fuel quality control on refuelling vehicles.
 
• Conduct aircraft refuelling.
 
• Perform general, VIP and ambulance driving duties.
 
• Maintain cleanliness of Defence vehicles.
 
• Conduct all business practices within defence WHS guidelines. Requirements:
 
• Must possess D driving licence (Car).
 
• A sound knowledge of Penang and surrounding area.
 
• A sound understanding of Malaysian road laws.
 
• Ability to maintain safety standards while conducting duties.
 
• Ability to work outside normal working hours, including weekends and public holidays.
 
• Proficient in English and Bahasa Malaysia.
 
• Previous experience in the aviation industry would be advantageous.
 
• Previous experience handling fuel and other dangerous goods would be advantageous.
 
• Previous experience utilising Material Handling Equipment such as fbrklifts, baggage conveyors, water trucks and tow motors would be advantageous.
 
Interested applicants are invited to submit an application via email, with a detailed resume and response to the position's responsibilities, including expected salary, by 1200 Thursday 18 January 2018 to:

The Civilian Administration Office
Royal Australian Air Force
19 Squadron RMAF Base
12990 Butterworth Penang.

Email: Jeremy.teh@adfbut.com.my

Company Details

Royal Australian Air Force


RAAF, 19 SQN, RMAF BASE

Butterworth

12990 Penang

Malaysia

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