Avionics Technician I
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Enterprise, AL 36330
Duties: Performs scheduled & unscheduled aircraft maintenance using comprehensive technical expertise. Must have experience troubleshooting, repairing aircraft electrical wiring systems. Must have experience with assembly, routing, clamping of electrical cables and wire harnesses to include crimping/ pinning connectors/ ring out/ power on checks. Knowledgeable using electrical drawings, schematics, military specifications and Technical Manuals. Troubleshoot to determine malfunctions on avionics components and electrical system components and accessories. Test and inspect aircraft communication components, navigation components, weather radar, autopilot, compass systems and accessories. Complete all checklists, forms and reports as required in accordance with the company, government and FAA regulations and guidelines. Maintain adequate knowledge to understand and follow the repair facility’s Inspection Procedures Manual. Assist co-workers and those in other departments to successfully perform job tasks and functions as necessary. Other duties and responsibilities as assigned by management. Requirements: Must have high school diploma or equivalency. A&P/FCC Certification preferred and/or 3 years aircraft avionics experience required. Previous UH-1 experience preferred, but not required. Ability to work under stressful conditions because of degree of responsibility required. Ability to read, interpret and comprehend schematic diagrams, drawings, charts, technical publications and electrical test equipment are required. Writing and oral communication skills sufficient to prepare reports and to discuss equipment malfunction. Must be able to work overtime as required. Ability to lift or pull objects weighing as much as 50 lbs frequently. Ability to stand, lie, or kneel in awkward positions and to perform work from scaffolds and ladders. Manual dexterity required to operate tools to make adjustments and repairs. Visual acuity sufficient to inspect equipment for defects. Hearing sufficient to test for sounds of correct or incorrect functioning of aircraft