Phone Operator at Qantas
The work out on RAMP was amazing no matter what the climate was or the time of day, However the company never ever has its employees at heart always squeezing more oug of each employee for less
Airline service operator level 4 in Melbourne Tullamarine airport
on 9 April 2023
Very fast-paced workplace. Intense and repetitive heavy lifting is involved. Safety is a high priority with a focus on risk assessments & employee awareness. In-house training with heavy machinery and equipment but unfortunately licenses are not transferrable if you leave and find employment elsewhere. Full training is done every 2 years. Flexible working hours.
Airline Service Operator in Brisbane QLD
on 19 August 2022
Excellent time at qantas working at the airport was exciting with something always going on working with aircrafts of all different types the chance to be able to travel all over the world great super sceme long service opportunity to improve yourself within the organisation
Airline Service Operator in Melbourne
on 23 December 2020
be honest,loyal and dependable,do not steal or fight,or argue.wear protect ive gear issued,no photos,keep out of restricted areas.do not eat on the job or steal food,i.d. to be worn at all times .
Airline Service Operator in Mascot NSW
on 25 July 2020
Great place to work and great friends there to work with, can't complain about anything , got along with everyone who works there and I was proud to represent the brand whilst working there
Aircraft service operator in Adelaide SA
on 14 October 2019
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