Lead Avionics Technicians-,SFB,FPR
CE Avionics, Inc. •
Position Type: Permanent
The Avionics Lead Technician works either as a lead for CE Avionics' In-house Installation and Maintenance Teams at our our base of all operations located at the Orlando Sanford International Airport (KSFB), or as a Mobile Avionics Field Service Technician supporting current customer avionics needs encompassing a 12--mile radius of the airport closest to their Florida residence. The Avionics Lead Technician communicates with supervisors and customers as required regarding the status and time frame of repairs and job completion as well as the experience to exercise sound judgement and technical aptitude to make decisions regarding installation, troubleshooting, and discrepancy resolution. As customer interface is anticipated, professional appearance and communication skills are required.
- Will have a minimum of 3 years of avionics and/or aviation electronics experience that includes basic electronics education/training.
- Must meet the requirements to obtain an FAA Repairman Certificate and will be required to perform safety sensitive tasks under the guidelines of CE Avionics, Inc. Repair Station/Quality Control Manual, FAA Approved Anti-Drug and Anti-Alcohol Abuse Program.
- Maintain a Florida driver’s license and driving record that is satisfactory to company’s automobile insurer.
- Must be able to pass background checks and meet badging requirements at multiple airports.
- Have the knowledge, ability and experience to troubleshoot/install ADF, ADS-B, Air Data, Audio, Autopilot/Flight Director, Communications, DME, EGPWS, Flight Management, Navigation, Radar, Radio Altimeter, Satcom, TAWS, TCAS, Transponder, Cabin Management/In-flight Entertainment and other sophisticated avionics/electronics systems.
- Proficient at reading and interpreting wiring diagrams, system schematics, and utilizing aircraft manuals.
- Familiar with Pitot/Static, Transponder and Skin Mapping test equipment for FAR 91.411, FAR 91.413 and RVSM recertifications.
- Proficient at the operation and use of Test Equipment, Soldering Equipment and Hand Tools required for the troubleshooting, repair and installation of aircraft avionic and electrical systems.
- Ability to instruct or assist less experienced technicians in avionics/electrical related testing, troubleshooting and repair.
- Must be able to document all work accomplished in a clear, concise and accurate manner for the purpose of record keeping requirements and billing.
- Willing to work overtime, travel and overnight stay at customer locations as required.
- Responsible for knowing, understanding, following, and promoting company policies and procedures.
- Observes all safety, environmental and general housekeeping rules and policies.
- Perform duties as required by the company.
- Proficient with Microsoft Office, Adobe Acrobat or other PDF editing software and ability to learn the AVM2000 software used for work order, inventory, and other company operations.
- For Mobile Field Service Technician have the ability to ship/receive equipment, pieces/parts and documents.
As needed within 120 mile radius of Base Airport
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