Duties and Responsibilities
Crew Manager, Watch Manager & Fire Service Manager
· To undertake in a safe and efficient manner all relevant procedures detailed in the Airport Operations Manual, Aerodrome Emergency Procedures, RFFS Operational Procedures and the Safety Management System.
· To carry out safely and efficiently such other duties as may be reasonably expected by senior management.
· Respond immediately and safely to all emergency calls and requests for assistance.
· Deal with emergencies as directed and work effectively and efficiently as a member of a disciplined team.
· Minimise distress and suffering, including giving first aid care.
Health and Safety
· Recognise health and safety issues at work and deal with them to minimise or eliminate the degree of hazard or risk.
· Ensure personal safety and that of others at all times
· Maintain a level of physical and medical fitness necessary to carry out the duties of a Firefighter.
· Maintain all firefighting and emergency equipment in a state of readiness, including cleaning, repairing, and testing as required to approved standards and procedures.
· Check firefighting resources provided for Fire and Service use, including hydrants and fixed installations.
· Know the local streets, roads and buildings situated within the Fire Station response area.
· Be aware of the risks, possible hazards and water supplies to be found within the Fire Station area.
· Complete basic paperwork and routine administration, including recording of information.
· Use information technology as required and in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998.
· Keep personal records up to date.
· Take part in a continuous training programme by attending lectures, exercises, practice drill sessions and other forms of training to maintain competence levels.
· Attend training courses as directed.
· Airfield inspections
· Provide bird-scaring
· FOD inspections and removal
· RVR observations
· Runway / taxiway / Apron sweeping as required
· Snow / Ice clearing
· Airfield security patrols as required
· Lighting inspections and fault reporting
· Assistance with aircraft handling in accordance with procedures agreed with the aircraft operator or handling agent
· Aircraft marshalling, positioning, parking and hangarage
· GPU and other ground equipment operations
· Handling of aircraft to and from hangars
· To provide customer information, assistance, and advice to all Airport visitors
· Endeavour to start a refuel of an aircraft on the apron upon arrival at the pumps.
· Carry out all other refuelling as required.
· Fuel and oil stock quality checks and control
· Non-specific care and maintenance of installation and vehicles
· Fuel and oil stock deliveries, transfers, and dipping
· Rotor running refuels.
· Daily fuel checking and logging as required by Senior Management and legislation
· Ensuring bowsers and installation is secure at close of business.
· Staffing watch room
· Cleaning and maintenance of hangars as directed.
· Maintaining as far as reasonably practical Airport fire extinguishers and alarms
· Complying with all relevant HSE statutory requirements
· Undertake extraneous duties and assist the Airside Operations department as required and directed by the Fire Service Manager.
Job Types: Full-time, Permanent
Salary: From £27,000.00 per year
- Company events
- Company pension
- Life insurance
- On-site parking
- Private medical insurance
- Sick pay
- 12 hour shift
- GCSE or equivalent (required)
Application deadline: 03/08/2022