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Top Aircraft Cleaner Interview Questions

Question 1 of 7
Are you happy with your career as an aircraft cleaner?
User-Submitted Answers
Yes, because it's a step for me into a great opportunity.
Yes I am gladly happy with my career as an cleaner as this is somewhere I could start of at.
Question 2 of 7
Why do you want a career as an aircraft cleaner?
User-Submitted Answers
Because I want this job and I alot of experience in cleaning.
It is an exiting jobs and feel pleasure to become an aircraft cleaner.
To be part of a team in an exciting environment.
It is a good job, I've previously worked at the airport and I wish to have a career as an aircraft cleaner.
Question 3 of 7
Why are you the best aircraft cleaner for us?
User-Submitted Answers
I'm not gonna say I'm the best but I know how to clean.
Because of excellent cleaning record, self motivated, hardworker, good in time management and experienced.
Because I have a lot of experience being a stay at home mom.
Ive had many experience cleaning before such as at the Royal Navy at Uxbridge where I received an award for it, also at the airport as well.
Question 4 of 7
As an Aircraft Cleaner, what do you believe is your best asset?
User-Submitted Answers
I believe that protect your self from the germs before you clean it up.
My ability to get on with my job and with others.
During maintenance program the visual inspection.
Professionalism, and ensuring quality service is provided at all times.
Question 5 of 7
What is the most difficult situation you have had to face and how did you tackle it?
User-Submitted Answers
I would say using chemicals to clean. I didnt know what it's for until I had to actually read the instructions.
As I worked in the presentation work in sydney train I faced the situation of train arrival on depot at last moment and have to clean it within very short time.At that case I had a look everything within a moment and apply the spot cleaning properly depends on time.
I have always assista technician during cleaning.
The most difficult situation I had to face was when there was a rude impatient customer giving me attitude, was rushing their order when their order was not ready right away. I told the customer to wait a few minutes while their food was being prepared in the amount of minutes it should be and would be out soon.
Question 6 of 7
Tell me a time when you disagreed with your boss.
User-Submitted Answers
I don't think I ever had a disagreement with my bosses in the past until now.
When boss do not brief me properly beofore start the work.
I don't think there was ever a time when I disagreed with my boss. I've always gotten along with my previous bosses.
I dont know I ever had to disagreement with my bosses in past until now.

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Question 7 of 7
How do you decide what gets top priority when scheduling your time?
User-Submitted Answers
Come to work on time... Try coming before your time starts so that you could prepare the things.
Which are very sensitive for hygeine issue and looking bad on customers eye I give priority for this.
I scheduling my time from my own means to serve for a reputed airlines.
I would prioritize cleaning out trash receptacles first especially if they're full that way it's easier to clean everything else in the plane because there wouldn't be loose or full garbage in the way.

About Aircraft Cleaner

August 17th, 2017

Aircraft cleaners are responsible for cleaning both the interior and exterior of aircraft, as well as aircraft components. They use a range of equipment to clean, including manual and power equipment. They may also perform safety inspections. Aircraft cleaners typically work at airports and other aviation facilities. The working hours vary depending on business needs. There may be more demand for aircraft cleaners who are available to work an overnight shift, when more aircraft are likely to be grounded. A high school diploma is typically required to be an aircraft cleaner, and a driver's license may be required as well.

Job openings for aircraft cleaners can be found through typical online channels like on online job boards such as ZipRecruiter, Monster, and Indeed. Vacancies can also be found on the corporate careers sites of airlines and other aviation companies. The interview will focus on your ability to clean the aircraft to certain standards within a certain amount of time. Depending on the company, you may be expected to work at a very fast pace so that the aircraft are ready for service on time according to a set schedule. The employer will want to see that you're thorough, can work well with the supervisor, and dependable. Having the physical dexterity to clean small spaces quickly is also helpful.

To prepare for an interview for an aircraft cleaner, keep in mind the environment and context that you'll be working in when thinking of situations in which you're able to demonstrate your skills. For instance, cleaning in a commercial office building is less relevant than experience in an industrial factory setting. Think of times when you were able to finish cleaning a space ahead of schedule. What actions did you take that enabled you to finish the job so quickly? Being able to articulate what you did and why you did it demonstrates a high degree of professionalism. Finally, think about your work ethic and be prepared to speak briefly about what motivates you to be dependable.

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