Security Guard
Landmark Aviation - Teterboro, NJ

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Responsible for greeting customers as they arrive at our facility

Checks and verifies customers details (tail number, identification, transportation)

Escorts passengers when authorize ramp access is approved to their plane (such as ambulance or disable passengers).

Responsible for alerting the Customer Service Reps of arriving customers

Assists crew and passengers with luggage, transport and special requests

Tracks aircraft arrival and assures prompt line service

Responsible for maintaining the appearance for our facility by performing janitorial duties.

Assures safe, convenient and courteous transportation to and from the airport for all customers

Provides shuttle service to airport, hotels and restaurants

Responsible for patrolling the parking lot and security perimeter

Observes all safety, environmental and general housekeeping rules and policies

Other duties as assigned

Required Skills

Required Experience

High School diploma or equivalent

Valid driver’s license

Exceptional customer service skills

Physically able to perform heavy lifting on a regular basis.

Excellent communication skills

Physically able to stand or walk for long periods of time

Will frequently sit, stand, walk, stoop, bend, reach, grasp, and carry object

Strong communication skills both verbal and written

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