Aircraft operative night shift Stansted Airport
Driving licence preferable
Pay rates £8.00 per hour
|The main purposes of the Aircraft cleaning Operative role is to work efficiently, as directed by relevant supervisors, as part of a team in order to: clean and restock the aircraft to the high standards required by our customers, and at all times display the core values of our client|
|1.3||Main Duties & Responsibilities of the Role|
|1.3.a||Vacuuming carpets and wiping down equipment and surfaces|
|1.3.b||Using cleaning agents to clean galleys (kitchen areas)|
|1.3.c||Clean a range of aircraft to the specification dictated by the client|
|1.3.d||Removing rubbish from the aircraft and making sure that it is properly disposed of|
|1.3.e||Cleaning and restocking aircraft consumables|
|1.4||Critical Performance Measures (CPMs) / Objectives|
|1.4.a||Achievement of Client’s KPIs regarding the quality of cleaning of each aircraft|
|1.4.b||Number of Covert Testing perform based on the specific airline specifications|
|· To ensure all equipment is kept clean, well maintained and is a safe working order, i.e. PAT Tested, etc.
· To have a full knowledge and understanding of the designated cleaning process, including the agreed work specification and time allocated to the each task.
· To complete tasks to an agreed level of cleanliness in line with the Contract and relevant SLA’s, carrying out all daily, weekly and periodic tasks as directed by the Cleaning Supervisor.
· To have a full working knowledge of all cleaning equipment, materials and approved chemicals used within the premises and to attend all necessary training to be enable to fulfil this requirement.
· To comply with the requirements of Health & Safety, other relevant legislation and premises policies.
· To log in and out using the agreed process, this must be an accurate record of the operatives Contracted hours and reflect the start time and finish time on a daily basis.
· You will be expected to comply with the processes in line with the client’s safe working practices and local depot requirements and must ensure that other persons (Client’s or other employees) abide by the same rules.
· To be aware of material expenditure and avoid unnecessary waste.
· To report any maintenance defects to the Team Leader
· To ensure that a high standard of personal hygiene is maintained and to give particular attention to hands/finger nails, hair care and general appearance. Shoes must be fully covered with tread and appropriate for the requirements of the role. Minimal jewellery to be worn for health and safety reasons (note – wedding ring and studs earrings are acceptable).
· To wear protective clothing (PPE) as issued.
· To observe all Company and Client statutory fire and safety regulations and to promote good safety habits and methods of work.
· To deal with any complaints that fall within the job holder’s duties and report these immediately to the Cleaning Supervisor.
· To perform miscellaneous cleaning duties as apparent or as instructed by the Cleaning Supervisor.
· To undertake any other related duties which are within the job holder’s capability, according to the needs of the business and as directed by the Line Manager.
· To carry out all duties within the premises including the use of rotary machine and all aspects of cleaning throughout the premises.