Airport Service Jobs in Singapore 2023 – airlines Jobs in Singapore


$1,800 – $2,000 a month

Job Type


  • Class 4 Driving Licence (Preferred)

Airport Service Jobs in Singapore 2023 – airlines Jobs in Singapore

Full Job Description

Job Description

Driver – ($1800-$2000)

· Clearance of cargo from airline terminal.

o Evaluate and report irregularities to Operations personnel to determine next action.

· Pickup of freight and cargo for delivery to customers based on daily transport detail sheet.

· Pickup of cargo from customers

o Weigh and take dimensions

o Pass to Export Operations

o Lodge in to handling agent for carrier

· Record mileage from point to point

· Follow the best practices for safety, both on the road and while loading or unloading a truck

· Meeting delivery deadlines

· 5.5 working days


· Valid Class 4 Driving License with good driving records

· Physically fit and able to carry loose freight

· Good vision

· Opened to working overtime (including public holidays) where required

· Positive working attitude and able to work under pressure

· Familiar with Singapore road

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $1,800.00 – $2,000.00 per month


  • Day shift
  • Night shift
  • Weekend availability


  • Class 4 Driving Licence (Preferred)


Airport Service Jobs in Singapore 2023 – airlines Jobs in Singapore

$2,400 – $3,500 a month

Job Type

Full Job Description


  • Drive truck to deliver and collect cargo to/from customer premises.
  • Load and unload cargo from truck.
  • Transfer cargo from warehouse to airline terminals and vice versa.
  • Ensure cleanliness of truck.


1. Minimum Primary education.

2. Possess at least a Class 3 licence with a view to upgrade to Class 4.

3. Preferably possess a forklift driving licence; if not, will be sent for training.

4. Able to speak, read and write simple English.

5. Able to work overtime and perform weekend duties.

6. Must be physically fit and healthy.

7. A good team work

Airport Service Jobs in Singapore 2023 – airlines Jobs in Singapore

  • Airport Emergency Service Team

    Highly trained and always ready, the Airport Emergency Service (AES) remains on guard 24/7.

    Their mission is to protect and save lives, minimise property damage, and facilitate the quick return of the Changi aerodrome to normal operations.

    Airport Service Jobs in Singapore 2023 – airlines Jobs in Singapore

    Airport Emergency Plan

    The Airport Emergency Plan at Changi coordinates the efforts of mutual aid agencies within the airport and its immediate vicinity. The AES team is responsible for managing the Airport Emergency Plan and takes charge of the rescue and fire-fighting and other crash site operations of this plan.

    This plan is tested annually in the form of full-scale aircraft crash exercises with good support from the mutual aid agencies. AES also responds to other emergency situations within the airport. This includes response to dangerous goods incidents or bomb warnings, as well as chemical or biological threats.

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    Safety Infrastructure

    At all times, AES fire-fighting vehicles respond to the scene of an aircraft accident in 2 minutes, not exceeding 3 minutes and bring the fires under control within a minute upon arrival. This is swiftly followed by rescue and evacuation efforts to nearby medical facilities.

    In line with ICAO’s recommendation to deal with aircraft crashes in the waters surrounding the airport, AES is equipped with sea rescue capabilities. It has a fleet of emergency resources based in a Sea Rescue Base off the waters of Changi Airport. Operating highly specialised emergency vessels and equipment in the event of aircraft incidents out at sea, the Sea Rescue Base is also the only hovercraft operator in Singapore.




    The Aerodrome Safety Unit is involved in implementing and maintaining an effective and robust safety management system as well as ensuring compliance with safety regulatory requirements.

    PSA Trailer Truck Driver

    Call Lade Enterprises Pte Ltd
    SGD 2,900 – SGD 4,400
    Posted on 27-Oct-22

    Job Highlights

    • Completion Bonus and Service Bonus up to $2000!
    • Referral Incentive up to $2000!
    • Career progression to supervisory level

    Job Description

    Job Description

    Drive and operate the Prime Mover safely and proficiently within PSA terminal. Trucking containers from point to point within the PSA port premises.

    Job Requirements

    • Valid Singapore driving license (Class 3 / 4 / 5)
    • Minimum PSLE with pass in English
    • Willing to work on rotating shifts including weekends
    • Experience not required as training will be provided (ITE Certification)
    • Flexible roster planning
    • 12-hours shift (Day / Night)

    Salary Package

    • High salary for high productivity; earn S$4,400.00 per month or more!
    • Various incentives for performance, night shift and weekend work!
    • Box commission available!
    • Completion Bonus $1000!
    • More incentives if perform more than 22 shifts a month!

    Please submit your updated resume by using the APPLY NOW BUTTON

    Alternatively, you may send your application and resume / details to +65 9886 6515

    For other positions also can apply through our company website:

    Additional Information

    Career Level
    Entry Level
    Primary/Secondary School/O Level, Higher Secondary/Pre-U/’A’ Level, Professional Certificate/NiTEC
    Job Type
    Job Specializations

    Company Overview

    Established in 1992 as one of the leading service provider in labour contracting and container-handling operations within PSA ports, Call Lade Enterprises has a proven track record in delivering world-class services to one of the busiest port in the world.

    We also provide manpower supply services to reputable companies including ST Engineering.

    Additional Company Information

    Registration No.
    Company Size
    501 – 1000 Employees
    Average Processing Time
    1 day
    Transportation / Logistics
    Benefits & Others
    Miscellaneous allowance, Medical, Casual (e.g. T-shirts)
    Aerodrome Safety
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    Safety management system

    All levels of management and staff are committed to adopting leading practices in managing safety and risks, in line with international and national standards to achieve the highest level of safety performance.

    The Aerodrome Safety Unit (ASU) is involved in implementing and maintaining an effective and robust safety management system as well as ensuring compliance with safety regulatory requirements. The core functions of the ASU are to:

    • Ensure that all safety processes within the organisation are aligned
    • Monitor the safety performance of operational groups
    • Manage the confidential hazard identification process
    • Provide guidance and advice on safety management matters
    Airport Service Jobs in Singapore 2023 – airlines Jobs in Singapore

    Safety reporting

    Changi Airport Group is committed to the establishment of a process where hazards that are likely to jeopardise safety or weaken safety defences are proactively identified and managed.

    The online hazard reporting application is a voluntary and confidential reporting system that is managed by the ASU. It provides a channel for airport users to report hazards and offer suggestions to address the hazards. No action shall be taken against any personnel who reports a safety concern unless it is due to an illegal act, gross negligence, and/or deliberate or wilful disregard of regulations or procedures. Please click here to report a hazard.

    In addition to the online hazard reporting channel, airport users who wish to report hazards which require immediate attention may do so at the following 24/7 hotline numbers:

    • +65 6541 2424 (Changi Airport)
    • +65 6481 5077 (Seletar Airport)

    One of the biggest recruitment drives in Singapore’s aviation sector is taking off. With over 6,600 job vacancies available across Changi, the mass hiring aims to fill much needed positions to power Singapore’s travel recovery.

    The jobs available are for both professional, manager, executive and technician (PMET) roles and non-PMET roles. Hiring is focused on attracting talent for much-needed frontline passenger service positions and newly created roles in innovation and technology.

    Airport partners are offering market competitive salaries, incentives, and better career prospects with ‘redesigned’ roles through training and digitalisation. Job seekers can ‘apply, get interviewed, and for some, be hired on the spot’ at the One Aviation Careers Fair, organised by the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore, happening on 27 and 28 May 2022 at the Suntec City Convention Centre.

    More passengers and a sense of optimism returning to Changi

    Air travel at Changi Airport has been increasing steadily since late 2021. Changi Journeys revealed recently that monthly passenger numbers had crossed one million for the first time in two years. At this growth rate, Changi is expected to recover more than half of its pre-Covid passenger volume in 2022.

    A positive vibe and energy is also returning to Changi. Visitors to Changi today will see more travellers checking in for flights. Many can also feel the buzz at the Departure Transit Hall as travellers enjoy the exciting retail and dining options with more shops now open, and many back to pre-Covid operating hours.

    But more flights and passengers mean more airport staff are needed to support this growth. In a recent visit to Changi, Singapore’s Transport Minister S Iswaran said “the aviation community is committed to making sure they are gearing up ahead of demand.”


    Changi is home to the World’s Best Airport Staff – an honour from international airport ranking consultancy Skytrax

    Not just your traditional airport jobs

    The over 6,600 jobs available at Changi include a bevy of roles that many might not think of immediately when it comes to a career in aviation.

    Beyond offering market competitive salaries and incentives to attract new staff, airport partners are doing more to point out the deep sense of purpose and meaning that a career in aviation offers.


    SATS check-in staff helping passengers before their flights

    Delivering the Changi Experience

    SATS is one of Changi’s airport partners boosting recruitment efforts. Those familiar with the ground handler would recognise its friendly uniformed service staff at the check-in rows. Being the first touchpoint for many passengers, they play the vital role of creating a memorable Changi Experience for all. When one talks about ‘Head, Hands and Heart’, the SATS Customer Service Agent needs all three – a quick mind to solve problems, steady hands to get the job done, and most importantly a heart that cares for every passenger, especially those who may have special needs or require assistance during their time in Changi.


    Keeping Changi’s passenger safe at the microbial level

    Who would have guessed that Changi has its own team of “food CSI experts”? This is one of the interesting staff roles at ground handler dnata. Their Quality Assurance team uses their CSI skills to hunt down food contaminant at the microbial level. Nothing escapes these guardians of food safety and standards at Changi as they work with some of the industry’s best quality assurance experts using state of the art microbial analysis innovations and technology. To find out about this “food CSI expert” role and others, job seekers just need to visit dnata’s job portal.


    Keeping Changi’s passengers safe 24/7/365

    There is no greater responsibility than when someone puts their life into your hands – This is what every Airport Emergency Service (AES) officer in Changi carries with them each time they don their uniform. With the words ‘Speed, Skill, Safety’ etched on their uniform, Airport Emergency Officers guard the thousands of passengers, flights and visitors that come into Changi every year.

    With nerves of steel, the fitness of a professional athlete, and a sharp mind, they are equipped with top-notch airport emergency vehicles to protect Changi. For those who want to join this elite force, the entry requirements are as demanding as the responsibility. In return they will be part of a team that offers one of the most rewarding and meaningful careers in Changi Airport Group.

    Taking care of Changi’s passengers extends to making sure their digital details are protected. As CAG rises up the digital value chain, it is hunting for more top talent to join its cyber security team.

    These modern day cyber warriors are on constant guard, defending CAG on the cyber security front. They watch over the airport’s critical digital and data infrastructure, as well as  strengthen protection against all possible cyber threats. If applicants have what it takes to fulfil this mission, perhaps they can be the next CAG Cyber Security Lead.

    Get hired immediately at the One Aviation recruitment roadshow

    Besides the ongoing recruitment by airport partners, look out for the One Aviation Careers Fair happening on 27 and 28 May 2022 at the Suntec City Convention Centre.

    This is the must-go event for those looking for a fulfilling career in the fast recovering and growing aviation sector. There will be themed career talks from airport partners across a wide range of positions from passenger services, operations and engineering. On-site interviews by more than 20 aviation companies will mean suitable job seekers can apply, get interviewed and be hired immediately.

    Once onboard, new staff will benefit from immediate training to help them in their job and learn the Changi culture of service excellence. New staff will be proud to know that they are part of the Changi family, contributing to the rebuilding of the air hub as the journey to travel recovery continues in Singapore.

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