Avionics Technician / Installer II

Clay Lacy Aviation
Job Type: 
Van Nuys

Position SummaryThe technician is responsible to the Avionics Manager / Avionics Supervisor to ensure that tasks assigned are carried out in accordance with Repair Station Manual procedures and manufacturer specifications. Each technician will be properly certified in accordance with FAR Part 145.151 in order to perform maintenance, preventative maintenance, upgrades and alterations. Responsibilities• Be thoroughly familiar with the contents of the Repair Station Manual and the Quality Manual.• Perform tasks as assigned by the Avionics Manager, Avionics Supervisor or Lead• Ensure all tasks assigned and completed conform to industry standards, OEM Technical Data & Clay Lacy Aviation RSM / QCM Manuals.• Comply with all safety, efficiency and quality standards, including HAZMAT and OSHA.• Maintain shop equipment and tooling.• Maintain personal appearance and uniforms to company standards.• Avionics Systems Testing, Troubleshooting, Maintenance & Installations• Keep the shop, work spaces and aircraft work areas clean and organized.• As directed by Avionics Manager, Avionics Supervisor and Lead Technicians.


EducationAirframe license required.ExperienceMinimum of 5-1/2 to 12 years of Military or Corporate Aircraft Avionics experienceSkills and Abilities• Ability to follow instructions, Lead and work independently with minimal or no supervision in times of high demand & AOG#8217;s • Willingness to learn New Airframes, Cabin Management/Entertainment Systems and Avionics systems.• Must be highly organized and detail oriented.• Accountable, trustworthy and dependable.• Must be comfortable working as part of a team for the benefit of the entire group, provide guidance and training to Tech I personnel • Must be able to effectively interpret wiring diagrams and electrical schematics• Must have Corporate Aviation experience on Installations & Troubleshooting and have a comprehensive understanding of Avionics & Electrical Systems, Operations, Interfacing and Testing with Avionics test equipment (IFR4000, IFR6000, DPS500, Laversab 6300, ATC600 or equivalent)• Willing to travel and provide on-call & weekend support when required or as scheduled• Experienced with Microsoft Word, Excel & Corridor• Understanding of FAR#8217;s• Must have extensive experience, knowledge and understanding of hand tooling, wire strippers and crimpers• Must possess own tools• Military Avionics schooling and experience will be considered• Airframe license required

First posted: 
9/5/2018 3:45:20 PM

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