HOURLY POSITION DESCRIPTIONS
They perform and assist the Operations Supervisor in all fueling aspects. They are responsible for overseeing the servicing all type aircraft with fuel; additionally, automotive and ground support equipment are serviced. Initial training consists of a five week period of both classroom and on-the–job instruction. Lead Fuelers are also trained to handle non-routine situations, such as defueling and fueling aircraft with inoperative fuel quantity indicators.
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.
They perform and assist the Maintenance Supervisor in all aspects of the maintenance shop. They are responsible for overseeing, assigning work and working with the mechanics and utility men.
Work performed includes the repair and maintenance of the to-plane fueling equipment including daily, monthly, quarterly, semi-annual and annual inspections. Additionally, he oversees the tank farm maintenance which includes quality control of fuel receipts, preventive maintenance of the entire hydrant fuel system, filter changes, Millipore testing, meter changes, meter calibrations, and periodic maintenance checks associated with the tanks, pumping and hydrant system. Assist in any flushing of the fuel system that may need to take place.
Lead Tank Farm / Hydrant System Operator:
Performs and assists the Fuel Facility Manager in operational duties, responsibilities and oversight of the Fuel Storage facilities and pumping systems. Essential duties and responsibilities includes the following, but not limited to daily coordination, assigning direction, compliance of work, training and interaction with management staff. The lead is an extension of the management staff and shall refer to management on all questionable matters, including non compliance as directed or disciplinary related matters. At any given period of time, this person will be able to fill in any gaps that may have occurred on the fuel facility or hydrant system operations, due to vacation, sick or overtime requirements. Additional responsibilities and duties may be assigned as directed by management.
Tank Farm / Hydrant System Operators:
Essential duties and responsibilities includes the following, but not limited to: responsible for the receiving and dispatching of jet fuel via pipeline and/or tanker truck, take samples and perform tests on product for quality control and perform inspections. In addition, they are to perform routine and periodic inspections with compliance with company, government, and industry standards, transfer product and monitor storage tanks, pipelines, and related equipment to ensure that they are in good working order to prevent spills, releases, and product contamination. They are required to log entries of fuel transactions, quality control, and maintenance and perform all required tasks in a safety conscious manner, incorporating all aspects of the corporate and local facilities safety training program. Per shift, one person will be dedicated to ensure that the hydrant system is operating above and beyond status quo.
These individuals are an offshoot of the Lead Mechanics and their responsibilities are to keep the overall facility looking like new. Their duties include but are not limited to janitorial services, general repair and maintenance of the facility, spill clean-up services, sumping of the pits and equipment prior to fueling, and various other tasks that management may see fit.