A professional Aircraft Refuelling Technician will enjoy following routine procedures and have a strong commitment and focus on Health and Safety in the workplace.
The role requires limited driving on public roads, but you must hold either an LGV1 (C+E) or LGV2 ( C ) driving licence (depending on the airport location). An ADR licence is not essential at most airports.
You will be trained in all aspects of Aircraft Refuelling, Fuel Quality Control and how to drive air-side.
Airports operate 365 days of the year so you will be required to work shifts, which will include some weekends and bank holidays.
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