Dassault Falcon Jet •
Under the direction of the Crew Leader, the Avionics Technician is responsible for maintaining and installing avionics systems and performing complex troubleshooting, testing and repair of avionics systems and equipment within Company, Division, FAA and FCC policies, procedures and requirements.
Ensure that you present yourself in a professional manner and appearance in a day to day contact with customers, guests and co-workers. Operates various Digital and Analog Test Sets, Primarily for Line Troubleshooting of Complex Avionics Systems. Make minor metal repairs such as extracting bad screws, replacing racks, etc. Swings and compensates aircraft compass systems. Must be able to troubleshoot Aircraft Systems using aircraft wiring diagrams and manufacturers installation manuals. Installs and perform ground and flight checks of all avionics systems. Performs all work to FAA and Dassault standards. Be thoroughly familiar with the Quality Control systems and procedures of the Repair Station/Quality Control Manual relative to the scope of normally assigned duties. Possess a working knowledge of the Federal Aviation Regulations and in particular, CFR parts 43, 91 and 145; and 135 as required. Complete aircraft maintenance paperwork and forms in accordance with methods of execution outlined in the RSM/QCM. Works in a safe manner in accordance with OSHA and Company safety procedures by immediately advising the Crew Chief of any unsafe or hazardous equipment or working facility. Maintains a clean working area. Performs other duties as assigned.
Minimum Required Qualifications:
High school graduate or equivalent required. Graduate of an electronics/avionics technical school or equivalent experience. Minimum two (2) years experience as an Avionics Technician in a business jet environment. Supplies own tools required to perform job. Must be able to effectively communicate with both internal and external customers.
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