Avionics Technician - Flight Line
Avionics Technician troubleshoots and repairs (or sends out for repair)
avionics systems that are malfunctioning in customer aircraft, and installs
avionics systems and components. Communicates with supervisors and customers as
required regarding the status and time frame of repairs and job completion.
Uses sound judgement and technical aptitude to make decisions regarding
installation, troubleshooting, and discrepancy resolution. The Avionics Tech is
technically competent and is expected to be able to accomplish most of his/her
duties with minimal supervision. As customer interface is anticipated,
professional appearance and communication skills are required.
•Troubleshoots and repairs Flight Management Systems (FMS), Satcom and Airborne Radio Telephone Systems, EGPWS/TAWS, communications, navigation, radar, TCAS/XPDR, DME, autopilot/flight director, audio, ADF, Cabin Management/In-flight Entertainment (IFE), and other sophisticated avionics/electronics systems.
•Installs avionics systems on customer aircraft.
•Sheet metal experience preferred.
•Proficient at reading and interpreting wiring diagrams, system schematics, and utilizing aircraft manuals.
•CAD experience preferred.
•Familiar with R.V.S.M., FAR 91.411, and FAR 91.413 certifications.
•Uses electrical and manual hand tools, test equipment, wire marker and soldering equipment.
•Documents all work accomplished in a clear, concise and accurate manner.
•Works fair share of overtime and travels to 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.
•May perform other duties as required by the company.
•High school diploma or equivalent.
•Avionics systems and electronics education/training. (Three to Five years’ experience in electronics and/or avionics in the aviation industry or military equivalent.)
•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. FAA Approved Anti-Drug and Anti-Alcohol Abuse Program.
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