Avionic Technicians report to the Lead Mechanics and Maintenance Supervisors. Job responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Inspect, test troubleshoot and repair aircraft communication, navigation, pulse, flight control, voice recorder, flight data recorder, TCAS systems, instrumentation and electrical/electronic accessories and systems.
Make critical decisions regarding aircraft safety in a timely manner.
Complete all documentation/paper work in a neat and proficient manner according to Company policies and procedures, as well as per FAR 65.81 and 65.83.
Perform any other task as assigned by the Lead or Supervisor of Maintenance.
High School Graduate or GED.
Must hold a valid Airframe Certificate.
One or two years related experience, working under the direct supervision of a senior Avionics Technician.
Successful completion of line maintenance OJT.
Must hold a valid Driver License.
Must be willing to work nights, weekends and holidays.
Must be able to ascend/descend ladders, stairs and workstands unassisted.
Must be able to bend, kneel, crawl and stoop frequently in confined spaces.
Must be able to lift up to 75 pounds unassisted.
Must be willing to work in an environment that is subject to changing climate conditions and moderate noise levels.
Must have excellent communication and people skills.
Must be able to exercise good judgement in a Team environment as well as in aircraft maintenance and safety.
Must have problem solving and organizational skills.
Must be able to read and understand Company and Manufacturer Manuals.
Must be able to perform all line maintenance functions un-supervised at any time.
Must own and provide a minimum set of tools.
Valid PowerPlant Certificate.
Maintenance qualified on all Company fleet types.
Diversified background experience and knowledge of an airline maintenance environment.
Associate Degree in Electronics or equivalent technical courses in Avionics/Electronic and /or Military experience.