Website Atlantic Aviation
The Quality Control Technician is responsible for the reviewing and maintaining the quality of the facility’s fuel stores. In addition, this position also insures the equipment that delivers the fuels meets all safety guidelines as outline by the company and appropriate governing agencies.
General Duties Strong working knowledge of fueling operations, FBO operations, customer service principles and the Atlantic Aviation service philosophy. Comply with all airport authority rules and regulations including AOA operations and airport security requirements. Participate in continuous training including NATA programs and company designed curriculum. Maintain high level of safety and customer service.
Perform fuel quality tests on applicable equipment in accordance with ATA form 103. Sump fuel farm tanks and trucks, recording results on appropriate paperwork. Inspect fuel farm for proper signage and ensure safety equipment is in working order. Conduct monthly milapour tests, note results and store samples according to company and ATA 103 guidelines. Report any discrepancies immediately to management. Acceptance and control checks of fuel received into site operated fuel storage system(s). Conduct weekly, monthly and yearly maintenance such as fuel filter changes. Record results on appropriate paperwork. Assist with airport, fuel supplier and airline audits of fueling facilities. Maintain appropriate safety equipment on hand such as cones, ear plugs, reflective vest, etc. When needed, perform duties of an Line Service Technician. Maintain, clean and organize ramp, hangars and facilities keeping all free of debris and clutter. Service aircraft with all supplies and materials, including in-ground station fueling, which may be required by the aircraft. Assist all aircraft crews and passengers by providing various services they may desire and shall aid in planning and deplaning, baggage and cargo. Operate vehicular and ground radio equipment. Operate fuel trucks, tugs, baggage handling and various other pieces of equipment as needed. Perform periodic checks of all equipment and facilities and document findings.
- High school graduation. Minimum of 18 years of age. At least one (1) year of experience as a Line Service Technician.
- Good communication skills, both written and oral.
- Good organizational skills.
- Must maintain a valid state driver’s license.
- Fuel handling experience desired.
- Ability to comprehend and perform basic math calculations with minimal errors.
- Customer relations skills required.
Company: Atlantic Aviation
Vacancy Type: Full Time
Job Location: Los Angeles, CA, US
Application Deadline: N/A