The Duty Manager needs to have knowledge of narrow aircraft, will be directly responsible for overseeing, ramp supervisors, GSE maintenance, and aircraft maintenance personnel. The Duty Manager will take accountability for safety, resource management, operation standards, policy implementation, client relations, and financial performance. Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Full accountability to the GM for Health & Safety issues, operational and financial performance.
- Planning resource allocation in each business unit.
- Routine liaison with customer representatives.
- Liaison with internal and external customers and agencies.
- Producing routine reports.
- Supporting the development of the business units with accurate and timely project work.
- Leading the station equipment planning cycle.
- Ensuring compliance with all internal and external operational and administrative requirements
- 5 to 7 years management experience in the Airport Ground Handling business.
- A proven track record in managing a business unit.
- Experience budgeting and financial management.
- Experience in operational planning and resource allocation.
- A working knowledge of GSE maintenance issues.
- Understanding of the wider airport operational environment.
- Experience and understanding of the commercial issues in aviation.
- Experience of Health and Safety management.
- Must pass an FBI background check and obtain a custom seal;
- Must pass driver's test with the Department of Airports and obtain a driver's license to drive on Airport Operational Area (AOA);
- Must pass a pre-employment medical.
- Must pass a drug test.
- Must be able to lift at least 70 pounds on a continuous basis.
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