Line Technician III Full Time, 3rd Shirt: 9pm - 7am, four days/week
We’re looking for an experienced Line Technician to provide servicing of various types of general aviation aircraft with a high priority for safety and strong customer service in a fast paced environment. Some of the duties include:
Perform Airport Duty Officer responsibilities in their absence. Refueling aircraft and assisting with training new employees ensuring aircraft are properly refueled. Respond to all airport emergencies and initiate Naples Airport emergency response plan and programs. Marshal, park, greet, tow, wing-walk, and provide various services including lavatory and water services to general aviation aircraft. Ensure all equipment is in safe and proper working order performing routine daily and monthly equipment safety inspections.
Must have full working knowledge of all operational aspects of a Line Service Technician II. Must have a full working knowledge of F.A.A. regulations, safety, and operational regulations. Must have excellent communication and customer service skills. Must have valid Florida driver's license. Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form. Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations.
Must have a minimum of three years of line technician experience, including at least one year in a lead or supervisory capacity. Eligibility for promotion to Line Tech III is two (2) full years as a Line Tech II and without a safety incident.
Internal Number: 1029
About City of Naples Airport Authority
In 1969, the Florida State Legislature created the City of Naples Airport Authority as an independent governmental unit charged with the operation, development and improvement of the Naples Airport. The Authority was created at the behest of the Naples City Council, which appoints community volunteers to serve four-year terms.
The Authority has no taxing powers with which to raise revenues. All funds used for its operation, maintenance and improvements come from activities on the airport or from grants awarded by federal and state agencies. Since the Authority’s formation, the Naples Airport has operated in the “black”, making it a model for efficient government fiscal management and accountability.
The Authority’s primary goal is to ensure that it fulfills its objectives on an ongoing basis and operates in a safe and efficient manner.