Profession aircraft groomer

Aircraft groomers clean aircraft cabins and airplanes after usage. They vacuum or sweep the interior of cabin, brushes debris from seats, and arranges seat belts. They clean trash and debris from seat pockets and arranged in-flight magazines, safety cards, and sickness bags. They also clean galleys and lavatories.

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Personality Type

Skills

  • Vacuum surfaces

    Use a vacuum cleaner to remove dust and small particles from floors, drapes, carpets or furniture.

  • Communicate verbal instructions

    Communicate transparent instructions. Ensure that messages are understood and followed correctly.

  • Follow hygienic procedures during food processing

    Ensure a clean working space according to hygienic standards in the food processing industry.

  • Comply with checklists

    Follow checklists and ensure compliance with all the items included in them.

  • Ensure public safety and security

    Implement the relevant procedures, strategies and use the proper equipment to promote local or national security activities for the protection of data, people, institutions, and property.

  • Sort waste

    Manually or automatically sort waste by separating it into its different elements.

  • Perform cleaning duties

    Perform cleaning duties such as waste removal, vacuuming, emptying bins, and general cleaning of the working area. Cleaning activities should follow health and safety regulations if required.

  • Report anomalies in aircraft interiors

    Identify flaws within the interior of an aircraft, such as in seats and lavatories, etc., and report them to the control manager according to safety procedures.

  • Follow ethical code of conduct in transport services

    Carry out transport services according to accepted principles of right and wrong. This includes principles of fairness, transparency, and impartiality.

  • Inspect aircraft cleanliness

    Conduct inspections to ensure the aircraft is clean; inspect whether refuse has been removed, whether the seats are arranged properly, and the cleanliness of galleys and lavatories.

Optional knowledge and skills

act reliably use different communication channels follow written instructions follow verbal instructions work in an aviation team perform manual work autonomously manage cleaning activities manage health and safety standards lift heavy weights