Considering its only a small airport, the operation is very busy, with a lot of overtime available and opportunities to learn new airline systems, every shift was different, a very varied job role.
If you're prepared to put yourself forward for training on other airlines and show initiative you'll do well.
at the start of each day you'd be assigned your tasks for the shift which were subject to change, if you were assigned a flight it would be you and your teams responsibility from start to finish- check it in, board the flight then complete any necessary administrative tasks afterwards, which depending on the airline could be quite time consuming.
If your flight were delayed you would need to stay and see it through which may involve several hours extra to the shift and include arranging alternative transport/accommodation for passengers.
Privacy was not really respected, especially among certain team leaders, you didn't get support in difficult situations.
The hourly rate unfortunately is standard for this job role regardless of company/airport; not something that's likely to change anytime soon.
Busy environment, Varied job