Our Aircraft Refueler job description includes the Administrative Assistant responsibilities, duties, skills, education, qualifications, and experience.
About the Aircraft Refueler role
An Aircraft Refueler is responsible for fueling aircraft in accordance with safety procedures, monitoring fuel levels, and maintaining refueling equipment.
The purpose of an Aircraft Refueler is to safely and efficiently refuel aircraft on the ground, ensuring that all fuel-handling procedures are followed and that the aircraft is refueled with the correct fuel and in the correct quantities. The Aircraft Refueler is also responsible for inspecting and maintaining refueling equipment, keeping refueling records, and performing minor maintenance on fuel systems.
Aircraft Refueler Summary
Aircraft Refueler is responsible for safely and efficiently refueling aircraft. They are in charge of ensuring that all fuel is loaded and accounted for, following all safety procedures and regulations. They must be able to lift and carry heavy loads, as well as being able to work in all weather conditions. They must also be able to follow instructions from their supervisor and maintain a positive attitude. Responsibilities include: inspecting aircraft before and after refueling, fueling aircraft according to specifications, recording fuel amounts, reconciling fuel records, performing minor maintenance, and reporting any problems or safety concerns to their supervisor.
Aircraft Refueler Duties
- Perform fueling of aircraft
- Verify fueling orders and maintain fueling records
- Perform maintenance and cleaning of fueling equipment
- Check fuel quality and quantity
- Ensure safety regulations and procedures are followed
Aircraft Refueler Skills
- Fueling aircraft
- Inspecting refueling equipment
- Identifying and troubleshooting fueling system malfunctions
- Maintaining refueling records
- Communicating with aircraft operators
Aircraft Refueler Requirements
- Knowledge of aircraft refueling procedures and safety protocols
- Ability to use fuel delivery equipment
- Ability to read and understand fueling instructions
- Ability to lift up to 50 lbs
- Ability to lift up to 50 pounds
- Safety awareness and attention to detail
- Ability to work in all weather conditions