Fleet Service Ramp Manager must be able to perform all duties, under sometimes stressful conditions beyond the team member’s control, but always ensuring that the air carrier’s representatives are left with only the most favorable impression of the services being performed. Managers are expected to familiarize themselves with the respective air carrier’s policies, practices and procedures, with the goal of representing the air carrier in a positive and professional manner. As the possibility of bodily injury/death or serious damage to equipment or aircraft is ever present, safety is always top priority and should never be compromised. Compliance and vigilance towards security regulations must be followed at all times.
Fleet Service Ramp Manager must be able to demonstrate above average qualities of leadership, initiative and judgment. Be comfortable organizing work groups. Be able to consistently observe and conduct a safe and effective operation. Be comfortable multi-tasking and have administrative and analytical skills. Above average attendance is required. A valid driver’s license is required.
Fleet Service Ramp Managers are required to have a combination of mental and physical capabilities (e.g. pushing, pulling, bending, kneeling, walking, twisting, reaching, standing, squatting and stooping; lifting of 70 or more pounds). Must be able to perform duties in variable weather conditions as well as variable environmental conditions. Must be available to respond to emergency situations.