Signature is fast paced and can be enjoyable. There is an incredible amount of technical knowledge required at this job and this aspect can be intimidating.
A typical day at work involves parking and staging general aviation aircraft for arrivals and departures. Servicing fuel, water, lavatory, O2, catering, ect.
Signature Flight Support is basically a gas / service station for private aircraft.
Management is basically hospitable but this is largely an act for hourly employees. The company is driven by results but their response to situations involving business are HIGHLY reactionary. Their corporate evironment is extremely "top heavy" as they have forced more work on lower paid employees and added upper management. They are also growth driven by percentage and when they don't meet their expected growth, they CUT from the bottom until they find that growth. This inherently places the lower paid workforce in more and expanding danger situations working around aircraft in adverse conditions.
The most dificult part of the jobs here is the immense amount of technical knowledge one must gain or posses to do the actual work at Signature, and the companies continued porcedure and rule making in reactionary mode after "incidents" rather than building safe and performance driven "procedures" and emulating those