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Ramp Agents Vaughan 139177

Position: Ramp Agents Vaughan 139177
Employer: Swissport
City: Vaughan
State/Province: ON
Zip/Postal Code: L4K 0E1
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Our company has a number of immediate positions available for Airport Ramp Attendants to join our expanding Toronto Airport team.  If you enjoy working in a fast paced environment this is a job for you.

Responsibilities:
  • Aircraft Marshalling & Wing Walking
  • Baggage handling
  • Lavatory servicing
  • Driving Aircraft servicing equipment
  • Work with all ramp team members creating and maintaining an operationally safe environment
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications:
  • Valid G or G2 Ontario license and clean drivers abstract (out of province equivalent)
  • Ability to obtain and maintain necessary security clearances
  • Ability to work on a permanent basis in Canada
  • Work rotating shifts including days, afternoons, evenings, weekends, and holidays
  • Dependability (must have a clear attendance record and reliable on time reporting for work)
  • Applicant will be required to successfully complete training program
  • Must be capable of lifting/pushing/pulling up to 70lbs on a regular basis

Please apply today.


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Swissport Canada is a leading ground handling company operating from Lester B. Pearson airport in Toronto, and ranked best ground handler five years in a row.
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