High school diploma or equivalent.
Electrical tech school.
Aircraft specific factory training preferred.
Experience 8+ years prior experience on aircraft maintenance.
Experience in supervision of several team members.
FAA paperwork, work order and billing process experience.
Initiative Self-motivated and able to maintain a rapid pace.
Able to process work with minimum supervision. Ability to lead and provide incentive to team members.
Able to deal directly with customers, including with areas of conflict. R
Must perform all work in accordance with Federal Aviation Administration guidelines.
Follow all company and safety rules during performance of duties. Maintain customer oriented work habits. Direct the work and flow of multiple projects. Supervision of team members in daily operations and duties. Completion of work orders, FAA paperwork, logbook entries and billing items. Must follow verbal and written instructions from Avionics Repair Manager. Development, supervision and growth of maintenance program on particular models. Consistently uphold quality standards and adhere to avionics repair procedures and policies.
Contacts Technicians in Avionics Repair department or other departments. Project Managers. Team Leader of other teams assigned to project and Avionics Repair Manager. Company sales representatives. Customers and outside vendors.
Able to lift at least 50 lbs.
Routine walking, bending and squatting or sitting.
Routing or repetitive physical motion with arms and hands.
Basic personal computer skills.
Mental Requirements Understanding and implementation of regulations and guidelines.
Ability to troubleshoot or evaluate system operation.
Ability to work with others in a professional manner.
Ability to coordinate projects.
Team management skills.
Well-developed problem solving skills.
Will work with minimal supervision from the Avionics Repair Manager.
Will directly supervise multiple technicians.
Work with other Team Leaders on multiple projects in a cooperative manager.
The majority of work will be accomplished in a heated hangar if available.
Work outside during aircraft runs will occur.
Varied positions in and around the aircraft or shop area.
Personal hand tools supplied by the technician.
Various electrical equipment.
Jacks, stands, lifts and other support devices.
Tugs, power carts and other engine powered equipment.
Personal computer and work order prints.