SENIOR RAMP SERVICE AGENT & RAMP SERVICE AGENT, Jobs & Vacancy in Others at Air India Air Transport Services Limited, Chennai Mar 2012
Job or Vacancy Description:
Air India Air Transport Services Limited (AIATSL) wishes to engage Indian nationals, at Chennai who meet with the requirements specified herein, for ground duties at Airport, on a fixed-term contract, for a period of three years, for the following posts and to maintain a waitlist :
SR RAMP SERVICE AGENT – (Chennai – 11)
RAMP SERVICE AGENT – (Chennai –14)
SENIOR RAMP SERVICE AGENT :
Qualification : Three years Diploma in Mechanical / Electrical / Production / Electronics / Automobile Engineering recognized by the State Government or ITI with NCTVT (total 3 years) in Motor Vehicle / Auto Electrical / Air Conditioning / Diesel Mechanic / Bench Fitter and Welder ( ITI with NCTVT(certificate issued from Directorate of Vocational Education & Training of any State Government with one year experience) / after passing SSC / equivalent examination with Hindi / English / Local language, as one of the subjects.
RAMP SERVICE AGENT :
Qualification : Three years’ Diploma in Mechanical / Electrical / Production / Electronics / Automobile Engineering recognized by the State Government or ITI with NCTVT (total 3 years) in Motor Vehicle / Auto Electrical / Air Conditioning / Diesel Mechanic / Bench Fitter and Welder (ITI with NCTVT (certificate issued from Directorate of Vocational Education & Training of any State Government with one year experience), after passing SSC / equivalent examination with Hindi / English / Local language, as one of the subjects.
Selection Procedure : Applicants walking in, will have to appear for a Trade Test including driving HMV on the same day / following day(s). Those who qualify in the Trade Test will have to appear for Personal Interview (s) on the same day / following day(s).
How to apply : Applicants meeting with the eligibility criteria mentioned in this advertisement, as on 1ST FEBRUARY 2012 are required to WALK-IN to the venue given below, on the date and time as indicated above, along with the Application Form in the prescribed format, duly filled in Hindi or English, and requisite documents as indicated in Para 3.3 below, along with Application Fee of Rs.300/- (Rupees Three Hundred Only) by means of an A/c Payee Demand Draft in favour of “Air India Air Transport Services Ltd.”, payable at Mumbai, which is not refundable. No fees to be paid by Ex-servicemen / applicants belonging to SC/ST community. Please mention your full name on the reverse of the Demand Draft. VENUE FOR SR RAMP SERVICE AGENT / RAMP SERVICE AGENT AIR INDIA UNITY COMPLEX GST ROAD (NEAR TAJ FLIGHT KITCHEN) PALLAVARAM CANTONMENT CHENNAI 600043
1. Applicants meeting with the eligibility criteria mentioned in this advertisement, as on 1ST FEBRUARY 2012 are required to WALK-IN to the venue given below,
2. belonging to SC/ST community. Please mention your full name on the reverse of the Demand Draft. VENUE FOR SR RAMP SERVICE AGENT / RAMP SERVICE AGEN AIR INDIA UNITY COMPLEX GST ROAD (NEAR TAJ FLIGHT KITCHEN) PALLAVARAM CANTONMENT CHENNAI 600043 044-22561553 (Contact telephone numbers are given only for route direction).
3. A recent (not more than 3 months old ) coloured passport size photograph of the full face ( front view ) should be pasted neatly in the space provided in the application form. Self-attested copies of the supportive documents in respect of
4. Candidates belonging to OBC category must submit a duly attested photocopy of current financial year certificate in the format as prescribed by Government of India and issued by the Competent Authority. The certificate, inter-alia,
5. Applicants working in Government / Semi-Government / Public Sector Undertakings or autonomous bodies, must walk-in with the completed Application Form routed through proper channel or along with “No Objection Certificate”
6. Period of Contract : Fixed Term Contract for a period of three years. This Contract could also be terminated earlier at the discretion of the Management during the tenure of contract, and/or in the event of unsatisfactory performance.
7. Consideration of SC/ST/OBC candidates will be as per Government Directives on reservation of posts. SC/ST candidates called for Trade Test/ Personal Interview (s), residing beyond 80 kms. from the Test Center, and not employed in any Government
8. Applications which are unsigned / incomplete / mutilated / received after the prescribed Walk-In date & Time / not in person will be rejected. Applications sent by email / post will not be considered. The applicants / candidates
9. Any canvassing by or on behalf of the candidate or bringing political or other outside influence,
10. Air India is India’s finest flying Ambassador. The urge to excel and the enthusiasm, which characterized Air India’s first flight, way back on October 15, 1932, is quintessential even today – thanks to Air Indians who have kept alive the tradition of flying high.
11. Air India now has a younger fleet comprising eight B777-200LRs and 12 B777-300ERs, 20 Airbus A-321s and 19 A-319s. On the international network Air India now operates 28 weekly services to three destinations in the USA – New York,
12. The discerning passenger of today looks for speed and comfort. With the induction of the state-of-the-art B777-200LR aircraft, Air India now offers both speed and comfort through its nonstop services to New York, New Jersey, Chicago and Toronto,
13. Air India’s B777-300ERs operated on Mumbai/Delhi – London sectors have a total of 342 seats in three-class configuration – four First Class, 35 Executive Class and 303 Economy Class seats. The First Class with 1-2-1 seating is designed
14. Inflight Entertainment – Passengers can enjoy 350 hours of audio video on demand. There is something for each and every passenger – movies, games, news and music. State-of-the-art Thales i500 inflight entertainment system, which provides high noise immunity, makes travelling on the long haul flights a pleasure.
15. In its ever-growing quest for providing direct services from various points in India, Air India currently operates international flights from Mumbai and 14 other Indian cities, viz. Ahmedabad, Amritsar, Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi, Goa, Hyderabad, Kochi, Kolkata, Kozhikode, Lucknow, Varanasi, Gaya and Thiruvananthapuram.
16. Additionally, Air India has code-sharing arrangements with other international carriers. Air India’s code share services are now available for: USA & Canada: Singapore-Los Angeles-Singapore; and Singapore-San Francisco-Singapore, London-
17. Convenient connectivity has been provided to/from major metros like Chennai, Kolkata, Hyderabad and Bangalore for passengers booked on the Non Stop flights. Increasing occupancy levels on the Non Stop flights is testimony to the popularity of this premium product. Northern Region: Amritsar, Allahabad, Bhopal,
18. The inauguration of T-3 was a moment of pride and jubilation for India as a nation, but even more so for its national carrier, Air India. The launch of T-3 provides Air India an opportunity to be the first mover to develop a formidable primary hub,
19. Air India would be connecting Delhi to 47 domestic destinations by means of non-stop / direct services. The total number of domestic services is planned to be increased from 62 per day currently to 71per day with the capacity offered going up from 8600 seats per day to 10200 seats per day in each direction. Consequently,
20. Air India has a Frequent Flyer Programme branded “Flying Returns”. Flying Returns Programme, the most attractive Frequent Flyer Programme for the Indian traveler, can accrue miles while flying on Air India, Lufthansa, Singapore
21. Dining aboard Air India is a gourmet experience. The airline offers a choice of menus to suit all types of palates – Indian and Continental. Apart from these, there is western nouvelle cuisine, an appetizing choice of Asian specialties, and even Japanese meals
22. The selection of music on board Air India aircraft would be the envy of any radio station. Passengers can choose from Indian popular music, Indian Classical, Ghazals, Bollywood hits and from Western Classical, Pop, Jazz, Country and Nostalgia.
23. Air India’s video programmes include a choice of the most recent English and Hindi feature films. One-hour video magazine represents the finest in comedy, nature & wildlife, adventure, action and life style. There are special movies
24. Besides the much-talked about and appreciated inflight service on board, ground facilities have also been upgraded. Air India’s lounge for transit passengers at Mumbai Airport is equipped with shower facilities, specially designed slumberettes,
25. Users of Indian mobile telephones travelling from Indian stations are requested to provide their mobile numbers at the time of making their reservations to enable us to inform you
26. Passengers can take advantage of the advance check-in facility that is available at the airport and city office for the convenience of all passengers (including First, Executive and Economy Classes) travelling from Mumbai to the US,
27. The passenger has to pay online using his credit card (Master/Visa). For bookings originating India, the payment can also be made using Amex credit cards, certain debit cards and through net banking from Indian bank accounts only. The processing of the credit card is done through a secure Payment Gateway Provider (PGP).
28. Electronic tickets are available for travel on all destinations on Air India’s network. Significant improvements introduced in all areas of Air India’s operations
29. Air India was also ranked as the Most Trusted Brand in the aviation sector in the country in the Economic Times Brand Equity Survey 2010. This is for the fifth year that the airline has won the top honour.
30. Dun and Bradstreet (D&B) which ranked the airline as the first in terms of revenue out of the top airline companies out of India; CNBC Awaaz Consumer Award 2006; and ‘Best South Asian Airline’ award by readers of TTG Asia, TTG China,
Tentative Last Date:25-03-2012
About the organization :
Air India is India’s national flag carrier. Although air transport was born in India on February 18, 1911 when Henri Piquet, flying a Humber bi-plane, carried mail from Allahabad to Naini Junction, some six miles away, the scheduled services in India, in the real sense, began on October 15, 1932. It was on this day that J.R.D. Tata, the father of Civil Aviation in India and founder of Air India, took off from Drigh Road Airport, Karachi, in a tiny, light single-engined de Havilland Puss Moth on his flight to Mumbai (then known as Bombay) via Ahmedabad. He landed with his precious load of mail on a grass strip at Juhu. At Mumbai, Neville Vintcent, a former RAF pilot who had come to India from Britain three years earlier on a barn-storming tour, during which he had surveyed a number of possible air routes, took over from J.R.D.Tata and flew the Puss Moth to Chennai (then Madras) via Bellary.Air India is India’s finest flying Ambassador. The urge to excel and the enthusiasm, which characterized Air India’s first flight, way back on October 15, 1932, is quintessential even today – thanks to Air Indians who have kept alive the tradition of flying high. The merger of Air India and Indian, the country’s leader in the domestic sector, has helped the airline to emerge as a major force in the airline industry.
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