Coordinator Aircraft Ground Reposition

Full Time JetBlue Airways Corporation

The Coordinator Aircraft Ground Reposition (AGR) is responsible for ensuring safe and timely movement of all aircraft by operating ground service equipment from all points on taxiways and ramp surfaces. The Crewmember ensures all aircraft moved in daily operations are completed by JetBlue Airways’ safety standards. Crewmembers must be prepared to work outdoors under various weather related conditions.
Essential Responsibilities
Operate multiple aircraft systems such as aircraft power unit, electrical, hydraulic and breaking systems
Communicate with both the air traffic control tower and local ramp control to successfully reposition aircraft on the tarmac which includes active taxiways and runways
Aid in securing and supporting aircraft in remote locations which includes the operation of ground service equipment (power units, air stairs, and air carts, ground power unit, tug, aircraft pushback, lavatory truck, deicing truck, etc.)
Operate terminal jet bridges
Responsible for pre and post move safety inspections
Update and log all tug moves in database
Perform all ground and airport job functions as requested
Adhere to all safety guidelines
Able to work in all types of weather conditions
Works in a ramp environment
Operates external aircraft equipment
Guides aircraft to and from aircraft parking locations
Other duties as assigned
Minimum Experience and Qualifications
High School Diploma or General Education Development (GED) Diploma
Must be at least 18 years old
One (1) year aviation experience i.e. airline experience or airline service provider experience
Able to follow safety guidelines
Able to perform under pressure and within fixed time constraints
Experience using a mouse, computer, keyboard and basic word processing, email and office applications
Depending on location, able to acquire and maintain deicing qualification
Must be able to adhere to the JetBlue Uniform Policy Manual Standards
Able to travel and/or work variable hours, flexible shifts, including holidays and weekends
Proficient with Microsoft Office suite
Must be able to give and receive verbal communication
Must be able to use handheld radios and headsets to communicate with the cockpit, dispatch, and other crewmembers
Must be able to read, write, and speak English
Must be able to give and receive verbal communication
Depending upon location, may need to possess and maintain a valid Driver License from the state of your primary residence
Must be able to acquire and maintain a valid Security Identification Display Area (SIDA) Badge
Depending on location, may need to acquire and maintain a United States Customs Clearance
Legally eligible to work in the country in which the position is located
Pass a ten (10) year background check and pre-employment drug test
Preferred Experience and Qualifications
Pushback qualified
Ability to perform under pressure and fixed time constraints
Bilingual skills
Crewmember Expectations:
Regular attendance and punctuality
Potential need to work flexible hours and be available to respond on short-notice
Well-groomed and able to maintain a professional appearance
When working or traveling on JetBlue flights, and if time permits, all capable crewmembers are asked to assist with light cleaning of the aircraft
Must be an appropriate organizational fit for the JetBlue culture, that is, exhibit the JetBlue values of Safety, Caring, Integrity, Passion and Fun
Promote JetBlue’s #1 value of safety as a Safety Ambassador, supporting JetBlue’s Safety Management System (SMS) components, Safety Policy and behavioral standards
Identify safety and/or security concerns, issues, incidents or hazards that should be reported and report them whenever possible and by any means necessary including JetBlue’s confidential reporting systems (Aviation Safety Action Program (ASAP) or Safety Action Report(SAR))
Adhering to all applicable laws, regulations (FAA, OSHA, DOT, etc.) and Company policies, procedures and risk controls
Upholding JetBlue’s safety performance metric goals and understanding how they relate to their duties and responsibilities
Work Environment:
Required to work in airport environment which may present weather variations and elevated noise level
Standing for extended periods of time
Required to work in the ramp area of the airport terminal
Shift work and irregular hours
Computer and other office equipment
Public Address System
Jet bridge and/or air stairs (Customer enplaning/deplaning equipment)
Handheld radios
Free-standing computer kiosks used to identify and process Customer reservations
Light Emitting Diode (LED) screens and signs
Ground operations service equipment such as tugs, trucks, aircraft push back tractor
Physical Effort:
Moderate physical activity required by handling objects up to fifty (50) pounds frequently and/or seventy to one hundred (70-100) pounds occasionally with the assistance of other people or tools and be in a position where bending, crouching, kneeling, etc. is needed.Show more

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