" Mandate to participate in the FAA Anti-drug and alcohol testing in compliance with 49 CFR part 40 and 14 CFR part 120
" Must be a US Person due to ITAR restrictions
" Must be able to troubleshoot to board/component level analog/digital with some assistance
" Must be able to read and interpret production illustrations (PI), component maintenance manual (CMM), wiring diagrams and schematics
" Read, Speak, Write and understand the English language (FAA requirement)
" Recent IPC-A-610 class 2 soldering preferred
" Understanding of the FAA regulations preferred
Accredited Associate degree (A. A.) or equivalent from two-year of accredited schooling in aviation electronics; a minimum of three (3) years of Electronic Technician experience; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
This work assignment has been designated as "safety-sensitive" by the Client. Contractors assigned to safety-sensitive jobs at the Client site must first complete regulatory pre-placement requirements prior to reporting to assignment. Additionally, contractors assigned to safety-sensitive work will be subject to random drug and alcohol testing in accordance with federal mandates. WORK HOURS:
Employment will be contingent on clearing a drug screen and background check. Both must clear prior to start date.