Aero is seeking individuals, individuals with snow removal equipment or companies that can provide equipment and personnel to help with snow removal at its Newark Liberty International Airport base. If you are new to Aero and you meet the qualifications below, you can apply in person during any one of the below dates or apply on-line through the link available in this job description.
If you worked for Aero last snow season and would like to return for another snow season, please contact your base manager to let him/her know your intentions and we will send you instructions for registering for the upcoming season.
- Aero is currently seeking individuals to assist us in the push/pile and melting of snow at its airport locations. We are seeking skilled, drivers and heavy equipment operators that have experience with the following vehicles / equipment:
- Front-end loaders
- Rubber tire dozers
- Pick-up trucks with snow-plow attachments
- Dump trucks
- Bobcats / Skid-steers
- Fuel truck
- Office staff
Candidate must have the following in order to be considered for this role: Valid driver’s license and the ability to pass TSA/FAA security background check
CDL A license a plus but NOT required.
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About Aero Snow Removal Corp.
Aero Snow Removal Corp., an affiliate of Dejana Industries, Inc.’s “family of companies” was incorporated in 1983 to service the exponential growth in Dejana’s commercial snow removal business and to begin its foray into the unique challenges of airport snow removal. In addition to airports, its customers now include container terminals, sports complexes and commercial sites. Its menu of services has expanded over the years to include: push and pile, snow melting, and material spreading such as salt, sand and de-icing agents.
Aero counts among its fleet equipment specially designed equipment manned by operators who are supervised by personnel who are experienced in all aspects of snow removal operations, supported by a team of mechanics.
Aero is on-call during snow season twenty-four hours a day/seven days a week. This focus translates to fewer delays and minimizes loss of revenue.