Available Positions with Top Flight Services

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MAINTENANCE WORKER I

NATURE OF WORK

This is unskilled, and limited semiskilled` manual labor in construction, maintenance and service activities.

An employee in a position allocated to this class is responsible for the satisfactory performance of light and heavy manual laboring tasks which do not require a high degree of manipulative skill or previous experience in order to do an effective job. Assignments often include the use of standard hand tools and the occasional operation of light power driven equipment. An employee in this class may be temporarily assigned duties in another division/section during slack periods in the employee’s original area of assignment. Work is sometimes performed under close supervision, although work assignments which are repetitive in nature, once learned, can be carried on without difficulty under only general supervision.
EXAMPLES OF WORK

• Trims foliage; clears brush, and cuts grass and weeds with hand tools; occasionally uses light power operated machines. • Plants trees and shrubbery by burying roots and puddling water and soil around roots; performs manual labor in seeding, hoeing, cultivating, and generally maintaining lawns and grounds. • Cleans interior and exterior of buildings; cleans walks, tables, floors, utility installations, tools and equipment; replenishes restroom supplies, empties garbage and trash containers. • Scrubs, mops, waxes and polishes floors; washes windows, blinds, doors, walls, woodwork, toilets and restroom fixtures. • Performs manual laboring tasks such as breaking pavement and pouring and shoveling asphalt and concrete; mixes concrete with shovel, using prescribed amounts of sand, cement and water. • Loads and unloads heavy materials from trucks and vans; moves and relocates bleachers and other equipment for special activities; erects and dismantles portable seating, portable basketball floors and overhead rigging. • Rakes and cleans all trash throughout parks and places it for pickup. • During slack periods an employee may be required to pick up debris and clear areas in and around shop areas, office buildings and parking lots using shovels, pitchforks and other hand tools. • Performs related work as required.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

• Ability to acquire some skill in the use of standard equipment and hand tools used in the area of assignments. • Ability to perform heavy manual labor for extended periods as required by work assignments, and in occasionally adverse weather conditions. • Ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions. • Sufficient physical strength and agility and freedom from disabling defects to do heavy manual work.

MINIMUM ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS :
Ability to read and write English; some experience in general laboring work; or any equivalent combination of related training and experience.

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MAINTENANCE WORKER II

NATURE OF WORK

This is semiskilled manual work requiring the application of techniques and knowledge above the basic laboring level in construction, maintenance and service activities.

An employee in a position allocated to this class performs a substantial volume of advanced laboring tasks requiring limited skills or special knowledge acquired through training or work experience. Assignments frequently include the operation of less complex automotive equipment and the use of specialized machines and hand or power tools. An employee in this class may be temporarily assigned duties in another division/section during slack periods in the employee’s original area of assignment. Employees in this class either work under close supervision or where work is routine and repetitive under general supervision in accordance with specific instructions and with defined procedures and schedules. Work is reviewed while in progress and upon completion for adherence to instructions and conformance with established standards.
EXAMPLES OF WORK

• Cleans street gutters and patches holes; picks up trash, debris and loads onto a truck. • Paints and repairs valves and installs water meters and taps; paints and greases fire hydrants. • Performs a variety of laboring duties in the maintenance and construction of baseball fields; lays out infields for the purpose of edging; edges infields with a gas powered edger; fertilizes infields and outfields with a tractor; grades infields with a tractor and a pan or yard rake. • Operates walk behind mowers, weed eaters and edgers to cut grass in medians, along sidewalks, in open fields and around trees and ditches. • Operates a small crane to remove and transplant trees, loads plants and debris into a truck. • Operates pickup trucks, 5 and 12 yard dump trucks, flatbed trucks and patch trucks for maintenance activities. • Pours concrete; fills pavement cracks with asphalt; shovels and rakes asphalt paving mix to repair roads. • Rakes and loads grass, leaves and brush; mows lawns and cleans ground. • During slack periods an employee may be required to pick up debris and clean areas in and around shop areas, office buildings and parking lots using shovels, pitchforks and other hand tools. • Performs related work as required.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

• Some knowledge of tools, methods and materials used in general maintenance work. • Ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions. • Ability to perform heavy manual labor for extended periods, occasionally in adverse weather conditions. • Skill in the use and care of the tools, equipment and materials employed in the work.
MINIMUM ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS
Ability to read and write English; experience in laboring work providing a familiarity with the area of assignment; or any equivalent combination of related training and experience.
SPECIAL NECESSARY REQUIREMENT
May be required to hold an A, B or C level Commercial Drivers License depending on type and weight of motor equipment operated at no additional cost to the County.

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MAINTENANCE WORKER III

NATURE OF WORK
This is responsible semiskilled manual work in construction, maintenance or service activities with additional responsibility for reviewing and directing the work of a small crew of unskilled or semiskilled laborers.
An employee in a position allocated to this class participates in and directs a small crew of subordinates in a variety of tasks related to County construction and maintenance work. The Maintenance Worker III class differs from the Public Works Crew Chief job class in that the Maintenance Worker III directs a crew generally assigned to one location while the Public Works Crew Chief has the responsibility of directing more than one crew in several areas. The Public Works Crew Chief obtains the proper equipment, material and staffing for the Maintenance Worker III and his crew and gives the Maintenance Worker III specific instructions on work methods and procedures. Duties assigned are not ordinarily of a specialized nature and no responsibility is involved for making difficult or technical work decisions. Assignments frequently include the operation of less complex automotive equipment and the use of specialized machines and hand or power tools. Work is reviewed while in progress and upon completion by a Public Works Crew Chief or higher lever superior while in progress and upon completion for adherence to instructions and conformance with established standards.
EXAMPLES OF WORK
• Reviews the work of a small work crew; checks equipment and hand or power tools for proper maintenance and safety standards; and documents any work related or personnel problems experienced at the work site to the Crew Chief or Supervisor. • Directs and assigns a variety of laboring duties in the maintenance and construction of baseball fields; layout infields for the purpose of edging; edges infields with a gas powered edger; fertilizes infields and outfields with a tractor; grades infields with a tractor and a pan or yard rake. • Performs manual laboring tasks such as breaking pavement and pouring and shoveling asphalt and concrete; mixes concrete with shovel, using prescribed amounts of sand, cement and water. • Operates riding mowers, edgers, and hand mowers cutting grass in medians, along sidewalks, in open field and around trees and ditches. • Trims foliage; clears brush, and cuts grass and weeds with hand tools; occasionally uses light power operated machines. • Plants trees and shrubbery by burying roots and puddling water and soil around roots; performs manual labor in seeding, hoeing, cultivating, and generally maintaining lawns and grounds. • Cleans interior and exterior of buildings; cleans walks, tables, floors, utility installations, tools and equipment; replenishes restroom supplies, empties garbage and trash containers. • Scrubs, mops, waxes and polishes floors; washes windows, blinds, doors, walls, woodwork, toilets and restroom fixtures. • Loads and unloads heavy materials from trucks and vans; moves and relocates bleachers and other equipment for special activities. • During slack periods an employee may be required to pick up debris and clear areas in and around shop areas, office buildings and parking lots using shovels, pitchforks and other hand tools. • Performs related work as required.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
• Some knowledge of tools, methods, and materials used in general maintenance work. • Ability to plan, assign and review the work of a small work crew. • Ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions. • Ability to perform heavy manual labor for extended periods, occasionally in adverse weather conditions. • Ability to keep simple records of work performed. • Sufficient physical strength and agility and freedom from disabling defects to do heavy manual work. • Skill in the use and care of the tools, equipment and materials employed in the work.
MINIMUM ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS
Ability to read and write English; experience in laboring work providing a familiarity with the area of assignment; or any equivalent combination of related training and experience.

SPECIAL NECESSARY REQUIREMENTS
May be required to hold an A, B or C level Commercial Drivers License depending on type and weight of motor equipment operated at no additional cost to the County.

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Job Skills / Requirements

We are seeking a skilled Lead Journeyman Electrician to join our team at the PBIA location. The ideal candidate shall have a minimum of three (3) years experience. They must also display mechanical and electrical aptitude and strong skills and experience with industrial control devices.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, maintenance and repair of all electrical, mechanical, and control devices, equipment, and components associated with the baggage handling system, including controls, PLCs, scanner systems, etc.

In addition, the Lead Journeyman Electrician shall be competent and versed in the operation and maintenance of all equipment and systems specified in this scope of work and/or services.

The Lead Journeyman Electrician shall have excellent leadership, troubleshooting, and problem solving skills. The Lead Journeyman Electrician shall be responsible for the maintenance services of all equipment and services specified herein from the main equipment disconnect to the end device.

Certification Requirements

Journeyman Electrician License

Additional Requirements:
• The Journeyman Electrician must be fluent in speaking, writing, and reading the English language and capable of communicating clearly over airport radios.
• Must be able to pass a background check and drug screening.
• Must have own tools.
• Must be willing to work on call and some overtime hours at times.

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Jet Bridge Technician:

Job Description:
Repair and maintain Passenger loading bridges, 400 HZ, AHU’s, and potable water units.

Responsibilities:
Passenger Boarding Bridge Technicians shall be available (on-call) seven (7) days per week, twenty-four (24) hours per day. Normal coverage hours are 6:30 AM through 10:30 PM, incorporating 2 shifts. The current opening is for the PM shift—230pm—1030pm.

Job Duties:
The Passenger Boarding Bridge Technicians shall be responsible for the maintenance, repair and troubleshooting the following systems. Passenger boarding bridges, 400 Hertz ground power, 3 phase motor controls, cabin air conditioning systems, electronics, PLC, VFD systems, and solid waste triturator system. In addition, but not limited to inspections, electronics, limit switches, circuit boards, inverters, tires, gears, hydraulics, pumps, cylinders and various peripheral equipment. Applicants may qualify by a combination of history and knowledge of the above noted systems.

Additional Requirements:
• The Technician must be fluent in speaking, writing, and reading the English language and capable of communicating clearly over airport radios.
• Must be able to pass a background check and drug screening.
• Must have own tools.
• Must be willing to work on call and some overtime hours at times.

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Apprentice Mechanic:

The Apprentice Mechanic shall possess a general working knowledge of tool handling and equipment safety procedures with an aptitude in minor repairs and maintenance. The Apprentice Mechanic will support the Mechanic/Technician/Electrician with preventive maintenance and repairs to ensure the operation and availability of the baggage handling system. Comply with company safety policies and procedures at all times.Mechanical Experience Preferred.

Additional Requirements:
• The Apprentice Mechanic must be fluent in speaking, writing, and reading the English language and capable of communicating clearly over airport radios.
• Must be able to pass a background check and drug screening.
• Must have own tools.

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Bag Jammer:

The Bag Jammer will be required to respond to and clear jams within the Baggage Handling System (BHS) under minimal supervision. Remove bags from conveyor belt, read bag tags and then sort and transport bags to appropriate piers within the baggage handling area.No Experience Necessary, On the Job Training Provided. Must be able to Lift up to 75 lbs on a regular basis. Read bag tags and manually encode baggage using hand scanner and or bag tag computer touch screen (at manual encoding station).Read bag tags to determine which piers to send bags to.Lift up to 75 lbs. on a regular basis. Perform cleaning and other duties as assigned or needed. Comply with company safety policies and procedures at all times.

Additional Requirements:
• The Bag Jammer must be fluent in speaking, writing, and reading the English language and capable of communicating clearly over airport radios.
• Must be able to pass a background check and drug screening.

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Wheelchair Attendant:

The Wheelchair Attendant shall Transport passengers in wheelchairs to and from aircraft/curb/baggage claim areas of airport. Assist in lifting customers requiring assistance into and out of wheelchairs and/or aircraft seat. Comply with company safety policies and procedures at all times.

Additional Requirements:
• The Wheelchair Attendant must be fluent in speaking, writing, and reading the English language and capable of communicating clearly over airport radios.
• Must be able to pass a background check and drug screening.
• Must be willing to work on call.

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