The work of the Aircraft Cleaner classification, depending on assignment, includes any or all of the following; performing aircraft interior cleaning, including equipping the aircraft cabin for flight according to specifications, with equipment and cabin services supplies; cleaning interior of aircraft by hand or powered equipment using cleaners; completion of the aircraft cleaning bill of work as required; stocking and cleaning of vehicles used in the cleaning functions; stocking and cleaning of the cabin services make-up rooms area; stocking and maintaining cabin services kits; disposing of trash, rubbish and waste that is incidental and related to the applicable job functions.
As may apply to work assignments, using cleaning fluids and materials, such as washing solutions, scrapers, squeegees, wringer pails and vacuum cleaners.Â Completes forms connected with work assignments according to established procedures.
As may apply to any particular work assignment, will complete additional jobs as directed by managements, and will work according to Company policy and/or regulations.
Lifts refuse containers weighing up to 50lbs; reach, bend, and twist in confined space to hand clean, using cleaning fluid and materials, the interior or aircraft including meals trays, ash trays, lavatories, overhead storage bins and buffets.
Cognitive skills to check condition, clean, sort, count, salvage and/or store equipment, and assemble kits.
Operate vacuum cleaner and similar mechanized cleaning aids.
Cognitive skills to check deliveries of supplies against requisitions to determine discrepancies.
Ability to judge distances.
Reports to work on a regular and timely basis.
Must be at least 18 years of age. High School diploma or GED preferred. Ability to work rotating shifts including weekends (i.e. Friday, Saturday and Sunday), holidays, and days off. Ability to read, write, fluently speak and understand the English language.