Pros: caring co-workers. meet new people
Cons: no breaks, poor conditions, low pay, midnights.
The job started with my midnight shift. I would relieve the operator in the main booth, count the register, complete necessary paperwork, and wait until the parking lot was cleared from the last flight. I would then finish the night's deposits, fix the money for the next shift, then either do an inspection of a shuttle, or climb in a truck to do nightly – more... audits and counts of the vehicles in the lots. The midnight crew was responsible for checking that certain machinery was maintained correctly, and file a report if it wasn't, and we were not able to repair. We also got things ready for the next shift of shuttle drivers and cashiers, checked on flight statuses, in the winter... it was our responsibility to keep safe surroundings; shoveled snow, plowed, spread salt. We also had a rotating schedule to drive the shuttles for passenger pick-up. – less