JOB ROLE:  QSHE (Quality, Safety, Health & Environment) Officer

REPORTING TO: Head of QSHE

HOURS: 37.5 per week

Cardiff Airport is the national airport for Wales and a key gateway to the UK for international visitors. Our airlines fly direct to over 50 destinations and over 900 connecting destinations.

Airlines include Qatar Airways, KLM, Flybe, TUI, Vueling and Ryanair. These airlines create accessibility to a wealth of global connections via international hubs that include Doha, Amsterdam Schiphol, Dublin and Paris Charles de Gaulle.

Named the Best Airport (under 3 million passengers) by the Airport Operators’ Association, Cardiff Airport sustains more than 2,675 direct and indirect jobs and creates an overall GVA (Gross Value Added) of £102 million into the local economy.

The Airport has also played a vital role in the delivery of major events in Wales including the NATO Wales Summit, Rugby World Cup and UEFA Champions League final.

Cardiff Airport is recruiting a QSHE (Quality, Safety, Health & Environment) Officer who will support the Head of QSHE in providing a proactive service across the Airport community.

You will be required to deliver a comprehensive support function and will also be required to set up recording and monitoring systems, develop policies and procedures where identified and respond to routine QSHE queries.

You will need to have a good level of general education, previous Health, Safety and Environmental experience and the ability to work to demanding time lines. You will also be required to build great working relationships with both internal and external companies.

Applicants for this role should write a detailed expression of interest letter, clearly stating how they meet the essential criteria on the person specification, in addition to submitting a CV.  Please click here to download the job description.

Applications need to be submitted, by 5pm 22nd October 2018 via email to hr@cwl.aero

 

Airport Fire Fighter

POST:                                Airport Fire Fighter

TENURE:                           Permanent

HOURS:                             4 on, 4 off shift pattern – 42 hours per rotatation

CLOSING DATE:              18th June 2019

 

Cardiff Airport is the national airport for Wales and a key gateway to the UK for international visitors. Our airlines fly direct to over 50 destinations and over 900 connecting destinations. Airlines include Qatar Airways, KLM, Flybe, TUI, Vueling and Ryanair. These airlines create accessibility to a wealth of global connections via international hubs that include Doha, Amsterdam Schiphol, Dublin and Paris Charles de Gaulle.

Named the Best Airport (under 3 million passengers) by the Airport Operators’ Association, Cardiff Airport sustains more than 2,675 direct and indirect jobs and creates an overall GVA (Gross Value Added) of £102 million into the local economy.

The Airport has also played a vital role in the delivery of major events in Wales including the NATO Wales Summit, Rugby World Cup and UEFA Champions League final.

Full time permanent positions have become available within the Fire Section at Cardiff Airport for the roles of Airport Fire Fighters who will report to the Fire Service Manager. Successful candidates will provide and assist in the provision of the Fire Fighting and Rescue at both Cardiff Airport and St.Athan Aerodrome and to act as an integral part of an emergency response team to both Airports.

Candidates must be able to work within the community to educate and deliver Fire Safety to the benefit of the public.

These positions are open to applicants who can demonstrate that they can work effectively in a team environment, have strong communication skills, self-discipline and work within a rotating shift pattern covering 24/7/365 days a year.

Applicants must meet the following criteria:

  • You must have a minimum of GCSE’s at Grade C (Grade 4 to 5 with effect from Aug 2017) or the equivalent in English Language and Mathematics
  • Be in possession of a valid full driving licence
  • Owing to the potential nature of the work applicants must be aged at least 18 years’ old
  • Be physically fit with good eyesight and hearing
  • Able to legally work in the UK

 

The airport operates on a 24/7 basis and flexibility and commitment will be required to attend at short notice for operational reasons, for example, special events and adverse weather conditions.

The successful candidate will be asked to provide a Criminal Record check to comply with Department for Transport regulations.

 

To be considered for this role you must complete the Fire Fighter Application Form, please note CV's will not be considered.

As part of the interview process you will be required to undertake physical and written tests and you will be required to undergo a full medical examination. The Candidate Briefing Pack provides further information on the different interview stages.

 

To download the Application Package click here.

To download the Candidate Briefing Pack click here.

 

All applications must be emailed in either PDF or JPEG format to HR@cwl.aero no later than 5pm on 18th June 2019

 

Cardiff Airport is an equal opportunities employer

 

Security Administrator - ID Unit

POST:                               Security Administrator – ID Unit

TENURE:                          Permanent

HOURS:                            37.5 per week

CLOSING DATE:              Friday 21st June 2019

 

Cardiff Airport is the national airport for Wales and a key gateway to the UK for international visitors. Our airlines fly direct to over 50 destinations and over 900 connecting destinations. Airlines include Qatar Airways, KLM, Flybe, TUI, Vueling and Ryanair. These airlines create accessibility to a wealth of global connections via international hubs that include Doha, Amsterdam Schiphol, Dublin and Paris Charles de Gaulle.

Named the Best Airport (under 3 million passengers) by the Airport Operators’ Association, Cardiff Airport sustains more than 2,675 direct and indirect jobs and creates an overall GVA (Gross Value Added) of £102 million into the local economy.

The Airport has also played a vital role in the delivery of major events in Wales including the NATO Wales Summit, Rugby World Cup and UEFA Champions League final.

A permanent position has become available within the Security ID Unit Team, for the role of Security Administrator and will report to the Security Operations Manager.

We are seeking to appoint a highly motivated individual to carry out the administrative duties within the Security ID Unit. The post holder will be responsible for distributing Security ID passes, carrying out CTC checks and departmental administrative duties. High levels of integrity and honesty is a must in this role.

A proven excellent level of general administrative experience, computer literacy and Microsoft Office experience are also essential to this role.

You will have a good general level of education and have great customer service, interpersonal and communication skills as you will be dealing with various individuals, across the Airport community and external companies.

The airport operates on a 24/7 basis and flexibility and commitment will be required to attend at short notice for operational reasons, for example, special events and adverse weather conditions.

The successful candidate will be asked to provide a Criminal Record check to comply with Department for Transport regulations.

Please click HERE to download the job description.

If you wish to apply for the vacancy please provide a CV and cover letter to HR@cwl.aero  no later than 5pm on 21st June 2019

Cardiff Airport is an equal opportunities employer

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