Applicant must have working knowledge of aircraft avionics and electrical systems.
Performance of aviation technician functions including inspection, repair, system checkout and FAR 91.411/.413 experience.
Ideal candidate would have experience with installation or a basic understanding of: VHF Comm systems, GPS, VOR, ILS, DME, transponder systems, Autopilot systems, Pitot-Static systems (including RVSM re-certifications), Aircraft batteries, Cabin entertainment systems, FAA regulations, and general flight line troubleshooting.
Prior issuance of an FAA Repairman Certificate with an avionics repair station is a plus; as well as having an FCC license.
Applicants should include a summary of their training history.
Completion of all Inspection Forms and FAA Form 337's. Records will be completed and processed through the Inspection Department. Check conformance with approved drawings or approved data. Keep current on regulations and all technical data for work assigned. Assist the Chief Inspector in completing their duties, and advise them of unairworthy conditions, or procedures contrary to this Repair Station Manual or the Quality Control System and Procedures Manual. Responsible to assure all parts received from stock have a proper maintenance release tag, or in the case of shelf-life materials, that the items are not outdated. Assure that the calibration of all inspection aids and test equipment used are up to date. Familiarization with the content and procedures of Repair Station manual. See that all necessary safety precautions are followed around the aircraft and all work areas to prevent the possibility of any accident or injuries. Notify the appropriate Shop Manager in the event of unsafe condition or safety hazards.
High school diploma or GED. 3+ years of work related experience.
Specific experience with avionics system development preferred. Knowledge of Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR’s).
Exceptional problem solving.
Excellent communications skills at all levels.
Possesses quality focus and documentation skills.
Be able to stand, walk, sit, reach with hands/arms, climb, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl.
May require lifting and/or moving up at least 50 pounds or more.
3-5 years of avionics installation experience.
Ability to work as part of a team.
RVSM certification training
A&P License desired.
Experience quoting and estimating installations.
Repairman Certificate desired.
Experience with Garmin products desired.
Capable of interpreting drawings and blueprints to accomplish a specific task Must have excellent written and oral communication skills
Must have a high school diploma or equivalent
Flexible hours and off shifts may be required
Must have reliable transportation to and from the job site
Must pass a pre-employment drug screen and background check.Send resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org