BWI – Seasonal Aircraft Deicing Agents Jobs in Baltimore–Washington International Airport, MD at Menzies Aviation

Title: BWI – Seasonal Aircraft Deicing Agents

Company: Menzies Aviation

Location: Baltimore–Washington International Airport, MD

Job Details


As a member of our De-icing team you will be assisting passengers and their property to arrive safely to their destinations by ensuring that their aircraft has been properly de-iced up to FAA standards. You will work within a team to apply de-icing fluid to commercial aircraft, perform quality control checks, and report on de-icing fluid transactions. You will be driving and operating large specialized commercial vehicles at times and as such you will require a valid driver’s license with a clear driving record.
Pay Rate: $18.50 PLUS Flight benefits
Must be flexible on hours and able to work weekends, holidays, evenings and nights.
You will have the opportunity to cross-train in other departments.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Responsible for checking aircraft for leading edge ice and frost.
Application of Deice Fluid Type 1 or Type 4 to aircraft wings, fuselage, and tail.
Responsible for driving large, heavy vehicles around aircraft while deicing operation is being performed.
Responsible for accurate accounting of deicing fluid transactions.
Perform daily quality control checks on equipment and vehicles.
Operate headset/radio to provide communication between ground crew, flight crew, and dispatch.
Know and comply with all safety procedures/protocols.
Provide additional service as required.
Able to meet the Station’s attendance/tardiness standards.

Qualifications and Requirements
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

High school diploma or General Education Degree (GED); or one (1) to three (3) months related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Possess/Maintain a valid Driver’s License and other FAA Airport required identifications/seals or authorizations.
Ability to perform basic math calculations.
Ability to work at heights up to fifty (50) feet.
Ability to work outdoors in all types of weather conditions.
Experience driving large, heavy equipment preferred
Able to continually lift push/move 70 lbs.
The job is primarily is done outdoors which will require you to work in all weather conditions. A flexible schedule is needed due to the ever-changing airline schedules.

You will need to be able to perform simple mathematical functions such as adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing as you will need to perform fluid checks, and report on de-icing fluid usage. You and your team will be required to maintain a safe and secure work environment, in accordance with local health, safety, and security policies and procedures.
We cross-train our employees so you may be expected to work in other areas of the operation. While previous experience may be beneficial, it is not required as we provide classroom and on the job training to ensure you are fully trained for your new position prior to starting.
Please note the season is from October 2022- April 2023.




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