Avionics Technician

Job Type: 
San Diego

Aircraft Electronics Technician II #8211; CH53 Reset General Mechanic II - Avionics CH53

  • Performs aircraft maintenance to include inspection, operational test, repair, and modification of aircraft electrical/avionics systems.
  • Applies advanced technical knowledge to solve complex problems and to provide technical assistance, guidance and instruction to other employees as needed.
  • Possess a high degree of expertise of aircraft electrical/avionics systems.
  • Demonstrates in-depth knowledge of applicable maintenance/technical manuals and publications, and special tools and test equipment.
  • Must be familiar with operational capabilities and limitations of electrical/avionics systems. Possess a thorough working knowledge of the detection, prevention and treatment of corrosion.
  • Must be customer oriented. Essential Duties & Accountabilities
  • Performs the troubleshooting and rewiring of complex avionics/electrical systems and subsystems discrepancies and modifications.
  • Coordinates with the customer, the OEM, management and work centers to resolve questions concerning aircraft and/or aircraft systems modifications and repairs.
  • Provides technical assistance, guidance and instruction as required.
  • Estimates and accesses damage of avionics/electrical components/systems as related to crash and mishap damaged aircraft to include repair and/or replacement, man-hours, parts, components, and materials
  • Maintain cleanliness of the work center and around your assigned work area
  • Responsible for adhering to all applicable Foreign Object Damage (FOD) prevention rules and regulations
  • Responsible for adhering to Company Tool Control Program.

Qualifications: Education and Experience

  • Must have at least four (4) years' experience in CH53 aircraft electrical/avionics maintenance, including avionics corrosion detection, treatment and prevention, performing maintenance on avionics and/or electrical systems, utilizing tools, blueprints, drawings, wiring diagrams, schematics, and normal safety requirements.
  • Satisfactory completion of U.S. Armed Forces aircraft avionics school or other schools with equivalent curriculum or six (6) years of on the job training and/or experience required.
  • Must be able to meet any Government/Company licensing/qualification requirements for the position.
  • Extensive Deport level repair experience desired which includes the repair of components, air-frames, or end items that require personnel of higher technical skill beyond the organizational level capability. Licensing & Certification Requirements
  • Formal or Specialized Training/Equivalent
  • Valid Driver#8217;s license required
First posted: 
1/29/2019 4:22:21 PM

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