Car Park Attendant

negotiable Expired 1 year ago
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Would You Like To Be A Car Park Attendant At George Airport?


You will be reporting to the Client Manager Operations and you will be responsible for the following:

  • Patrol Car Park areas to monitor functionality and cleanliness of car park equipment and report non-compliance.

  • Remove coin and note jams from pay stations as and when required.

  • Follow up on all reported non-compliance to ensure remedial action has been taken.

  • Notify relevant personnel in case of emergencies.

  • Routine inspections, maintenance, and reporting of equipment.

  • Monitor and report non-compliance in terms of infrastructure.

  • Participate in ad hoc services as and when required.

  • Ensure proper handover to next shift to limit disruptions.

  • Assist customers with equipment related issues to ensure minimum interruption of traffic flow.

  • Assist customers with card payments and change when required.

  • Replenish change at pay stations as and when required.

  • Manage and reconcile the daily float.

  • Adhere to relevant statutory/legislative regulations, Standard Operating Procedures (SOP), operational standards, policies, and practices.

Short-listed candidates will undergo relevant background checks, vetting and medical examinations as per the company’s security regulations.


Technical Skills and Experience

The following skills and experience or the equivalent of such will be required:

  • Matric (Grade 12) qualification or equivalent prior learning and experience, based on the job requirements, within the position.  

  • 1-year experience in airport operations. 

  • Basic knowledge of Microsoft Office packages.

  • Code B driver’s license



This position calls for a candidate who is composed of good verbal communication skills.  The individual must be diplomatic, detail orientated and demonstrate good judgment. The incumbent must be able to manage conflict and demonstrate good planning and problem-solving skills

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