SFO

  • Cargo Handler

    Requisition ID
    2017-1146
    # of Openings
    110
    Hire Type
    Permanent
    Hours Per Week
    Full-Time
    Shift
    Various
    Days
    Weekdays, Weekends
    Career Type
    Baggage/Cargo
    Benefits
    Insurance - Medical
    Education
    High School Diploma or GED
    Badging Fees
    Paid by Employer
    Employer
    Menzies Aviation
    Starting
    USD $17.00/Hourly
    Up to
    USD $18.25/Hourly
  • Overview

    Join the Menzies Aviation hiring event on Tuesday, April 24th!

     

    ·         Time: 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

    ·         Location: SFO Business and Career Center,

                            International G - Departures Level

                            San Francisco International Airport

     

    Receives, stores, and distributes freight within established guidelines by performing the following duties.

     


    Match your schedule: all shifts available, part-time/full-time available.
    Now hiring college students from the local area and current SFO-badged employees for part-time employment as well.

     

    Qualifications

    • Must successfully pass a 10-year background check, SIDA badge and Customs Seal.
    • Must be 18 years of age or older
    • Have a high school diploma, GED, or three months prior airline Cargo Handling work experience/training
    • Must have/maintain current driver’s license with no violations over the past 5 years
    • Must be able to proficiently speak, read and write in English
    • Forklift certification preferred
    • Must be able to safely lift 70 pounds on a continuous basis
    • Must be able to pass all pre-employment testing including drug testing

    Responsibilities

    • Compiles documents on import or export cargo shipments.
    • Expedites shipment of cargo from warehouse and assists customers in tracking their shipments.
    • Deals directly with customers either by telephone or in person and handles cash transactions.
    • Examines manifest, bills of lading and air waybill to determine work procedures for releasing cargo.
    • Notifies consignee or representative concerning arrival dates of shipment, customs clearance requirements and tonnage shipment.
    • Meet passenger flights and clear general declarations thru Immigration CBP office.
    • Makes cash transactions, collects payments from customers for freight prior to release.
    • Authorizes final approval for cargo release.
    • Prepares invoices for charges, airline clients and management regarding freight.
    • Works with government agencies to clear shipments for import.
    • Meet flights in order to exchange documents.
    • Recognizes dangerous goods upon receiving.
    • Other duties as assigned.

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