I have been working at Air Serv full-time (Less than a year)
You have a Good Experience for your resume and you can always move up they are looking for leaders. You get to learn all the different chemical you use. Intact with Other cabin cleaners and Get a feel of how it is to Go to work and be responsible. At the same time meet other people that most of the time have the same mind set as you. There also Good benefits. you hear more of that later once you in the interview.
The only con is if you are allergic to peanuts you can't work in that position.
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Air Serv.
Process is long because you have to go through airport security stuff. Process took about 3 weeks to a month. Got interviewed, interview was easy. Then you have to get fingerprinted, get a badge (take an easy computer test about security that you watched a video for), then go to training. Training was a week long, 8am-4pm at the airport.
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