MV-22 Avionics Technician I
Sky Quest Aviation LLC •
The MV-22 Avionics Technician will troubleshoot and/or repair malfunctions in the aircraft electrical systems and all other supporting aircraft systems that require electrician skills and knowledge. Must be able to perform assigned maintenance to specified MV-22 standards to include performing calibration procedures and required functional tests. Must be able to inspect, test and repair Communication and Navigation (COM/NAV), avionics and electrical aircraft-related support systems.
Qualifications and Experience:
Minimum of two years experience equivalent to U.S. Marine Corps (USMC) Military Occupational Speciality (MOS) 6326 (Aircraft Communications/Navigation/Electrical/Systems Technician) or possess a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) license. Must be able to qualify for and maintain certification for a Collateral Duty Inspector (CDI)/Collateral Duty Quality Assurance Representative (CDQAR). Must possess or be able to possess and maintain a DOD security clearance.
1.Perform periodic inspections as required by Maintenance Requirement Cards (MRCs) and/or as assigned by Maintenance Control.
2.Troubleshoot COM/NAV, avionics, electrical and auxiliary components.
3.Remove, inspect, reinstall and/or replace aircraft component parts and electrical wiring as directed by approved maintenance manuals/procedures and/or Maintenance Control.
4.Monitor scheduled/unscheduled inspections and annotate pertinent data on MRC card validation/verification study matrix. Identify areas possessing significant maintenance errors or technical differences between the technical manual (requirements) and what is conducted in accordance with the MRC deck specifications.
5.Create and complete applicable maintenance data forms as applicable. Adhere to accurate and timely administrative procedures.
6.Comply with the provisions of the corporation’s Standard Practice Procedures manual and DoD 5220.22-M when handling classified information to include generating, marking, storing, handling and destroying of classified material, if required.
7.Operate support equipment in support of all work center operations to include flight line maintenance and maintenance of installed aircraft systems/components and equipment for work center operations.
8.Strong knowledge of Maintenance Instruction Manuals (MIMS) and all associated maintenance publications, orders, and directives and the processes to document such maintenance actions.
9.Work, cooperate and communicate, as directed, with supervisors, team leaders and coworkers satisfactorily. This includes the professional, mature acceptance of constructive criticism.
10.Must be team oriented and productive..
•Location: , Jacksonville, North Carolina ,
•Salary: Not provided
•Clearance Required: Yes
V/R William Sayles
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