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China Aircraft Services Limited

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Founded in 1995, China Aircraft Services Limited (CASL) is a joint venture among China National Aviation Corporation (Group) Limited (40%), Hutchison Whampoa (China) Limited (20%), United Airlines, Inc. (20%) and China Airlines Limited (20%), providing aircraft line and base maintenance, cabin cleaning and ground support equipment as well as supply and stores services at Hong Kong International Airport.We invite high calibre and aggressive persons who look for long-term career development to join us as: 

GSE Operator 地 勤 設 備 操 作 員 (合 約 制 )

Job Ref.GSEOP/10/17/CT

工作內容:

  • 操作食用水供應車、污水排放車、氣源起動車、高空平台車及移動升降台。

入職條件:

  • 須持有效香港駕駛執照18類或以上
  • 三年駕駛經驗及良好駕駛紀錄
  • 具機械維修及操作經驗更佳

工作時間:

  • 每週6天,每天8小時(另1小時用膳時間),需輪班及輪休。

薪酬:

  • 月薪制,底薪連津貼月入可達$17,900
  • 另有超時工作及通宵工作津貼
  • 新入職者會被安排接受相關地勤設備操作的培訓。 

We offer generous remuneration package to employees. Interested parties please quote reference number and submit by one of these channels:

  • Post: Human Resource Department, China Aircraft Services Limited, 81 South Perimeter Road, Hong Kong International Airport, Lantau, Hong Kong
  • Fax: 2261-2388 (Attention: Ms. Yung)
  • Email: recruitment@casl.com.hk
  • Company webpage: www.casl.com.hk
  • Whatsapp: 9120-7813

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GSEOP/10/17/CT (CT3107550-01#0280)
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