Aircraft RefuelerAllied Aviation
Must be able to lift heavy fueling hoses
Must be able to drive a standard shift
Must have good communication skills
Must pass drug test & background check
For U.S locations:
Must have a valid driver license and copy of good driving record (Class B CDL may be required)
Must have legal right to work in the U.S
For Canadian locations:
Must have a valid provincial driver's license and copy of recent "mot" drivers abstract
Must have legal right to work in Canada
Responsible for servicing all type aircraft with fuel; additionally, automotive and ground support equipment are serviced. All fuelers are qualified to fuel the aircraft of each airline and can work at any terminal or airline. Fuelers are also trained to handle non-routine situations, such as defueling and fueling aircraft with inoperative fuel quantity indicators. In addition, they are responsible for the fueling of ground equipment, preparation of the fuel tickets and track sheet data all in accordance by the various airlines.
Allied Aviation is committed to equal treatment of all employees without regard to race, national origin, religion, gender, age, sexual orientation, veteran status, physical or mental disability or other basis protected by law.