at Bags, Inc.
Posted on Nov. 29, 2016
Full Time, Part Time
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Helping Make Travel Easier for more than 25 years
Bags Inc. is expanding its Wheelchair Attendant operation at the Orlando International Airport and is actively searching for the right people to work in a fast-paced, customer friendly environment. The Wheelchair Attendant works at an airport facility and provides assistance to passengers traveling in wheelchairs. Responsibilities include pushing passengers in a wheelchair to and from their arrival/departure gate, and assisting passengers with moving luggage to their vehicles, taxi stands, parking shuttle stations, and rental car stations. Wheelchair Attendants must maintain a friendly and positive attitude while being attentive to each passenger’s individual needs. If you are interested, meet the job requirements, and are ready to work at a rapid pace -- APPLY NOW!
General Duties and Responsibilities:
• Push wheelchair passengers to and from gates
• Roll customer-occupied wheelchair safely down the jet bridge
• Ensure wheel brakes are in place prior to allowing passengers to exit the wheelchair
• Maintain professional working relationships with fellow employees, supervisors, managers, airline employees, and airport authorities
• Exceed customer service standards
• Ability to work various shifts
• Strong customer service skills
• Able to hear and respond to the spoken voice and to audible alarms generated by terminal environment
• High School Graduate or General Education Degree (GED) is preferred.
• Ability to obtain an airport badge
• Must be 18 years of age and eligible to work in US
• Must be able to pass a criminal background check and a drug screen.
Physical Requirements / Work Environment:
• Continuously stand and walk for 6-8 hours
• Be able to lift up to 70 lbs., push and pull 300+ lbs. on an incline
• Able to work in outside weather conditions.
• Be able to bend, stretch, twist, squat, and reach out with the body, arms, and/or legs