Neptune Aviation Services •
Neptune Aviation is looking for experienced Avionics/Electrical Technicians to join our highly skilled team in Missoula, MT. Neptune Aviation operates a 145 Repair
Station, as well as provides modified aircraft for use in fire fighting operations in the US and abroad. Our maintenance department handles all aspects of aircraft maintenance, modification, inspection and repair for our fleet of 9 BAe-146-200A's. The Avionics/Electrical Technician performs installation, troubleshooting, repair, etc. of aircraft electrical and avionics systems.
- Perform duties in a safe manner and in accordance with company policy, manufacturers’ manuals and FAA regulations:
- Install, adjust, align, troubleshoot and perform final functional and operational tests on a variety of major aircraft avionics and electrical systems, assemblies, and components
- Troubleshoot and repair airframe and powerplant systems, post assembly checkout, adjustment, and repair of overhauled and modified aircraft, and prepare for and correct deficiencies found on aircraft flights
- Rig, function test, or troubleshoot systems; determine when they are operating properly or whether portions of the system must be repaired or replaced; and the type and extent of adjustment and alignment needed
- Coordinate and advise as a technical expert with Avionics Lead on work as needed:
- Skill in the use of standard and specialized tools and test equipment of the trade including fixtures, templates, scales, test stands and external power sources
- Have knowledge of the makeup, operation, installation, and adjustment of a variety of major interrelated and/or integrated aircraft systems, subsystems, and assemblies
- Skill in reading and understanding data and settings from cockpit instruments and gauges.
- Skill in interpreting and applying written technical guidelines
- Ensure that equipment is properly calibrated and in good working order prior to use
- Ensure paperwork, tags, etc., are properly filled out per the Repair Station Manual
- Maintain work area in a clean and orderly manner
- Advise and update the Avionics Lead of problems that could result in project delays
- Strive for continuous improvement in efficiency and increase of production
- Continually increase technical knowledge and proficiency on aircraft and in industry methods and practices.
- Perform other duties as directed by the Avionics Lead.
- Minimum 5 years’ aircraft avionics/electrical experience
- Skilled in the use of computers to research technical data
- Speak, comprehend, write, and communicate effectively in the English language
- Health Insurance, Vision, and Dental premiums covered by company for employee. Traditional or High Deductible options ·HSA available with High Deductible plan
- Life Insurance- premium covered by company.
- 401K with employer match
- A&P license desired, but not required
- Eligible to hold a CRS FAA Repairman’s Certificate as a minimum required
- Work assignments require moderate to strenuous effort.
- Workers must climb, bend, stoop, crawl, and stand for prolonged periods on concrete or metal surfaces.
- Frequently lift parts and equipment that weigh up to 25 pounds.
- Occasionally lift and carry items that weigh about 50 pounds.
- Heavier weights may be lifted with mechanical lifting devices or assistance from other workers.
- Work is performed in hangar areas, outdoors, and in hazardous noise areas.
- Workers are exposed to extremes in heat, cold, and inclement weather.
- Work in confined spaces and in awkward positions.
- Dirt, dust, grease, and aircraft fluids are common in the work place.
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