Final Avionics Technician A

Textron Aviation
Job Type: 
United States

Job Summary:To functional test and repair electrical, electronic, and communication systems during final assembly of production aircraft.
Job Responsibilities:bull; Works from airplane orders, schematic drawings, engineering specifications, inspection records, standard shop practices, oral and written instructions to functional test a variety of standard and optional electrical and electronic systems under minimum supervision.o May remove or install components and wiring for systems such as radios, altimeters,transponders, autopilots, automatic direction finders and weather radar.o Load system software and databases and configuring as required.bull; Functional test systems using a variety of standard test equipment such as resistance and capacitance units, field strength meters, volt-ohmmeters, ammeter, oscilloscope.bull; Uses variety of hand tools to adjust or restore systems to proper operation according to accepted shop procedures, engineering and inspection requirements.bull; May guide or assist 3-5 employees with troubleshooting to resolution mechanical and electrical systems.bull; Responsible for quality of own work.bull; Performs other related duties as required.

Take your career higher at Textron Aviation:

  • Competitive starting salaries with growth potential
  • Health benefits beginning day one
  • Tuition assistance and continuing education programs
  • Paid holidays
  • Relocation assistance (terms and conditions apply)
  • Flight training courses and bonuses (terms and conditions apply)

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Textron Aviation Inc. must comply with U.S. export control laws.  If a position requires access to information controlled under U.S. regulations applicant must be eligible to meet any requirements to access controlled information.


Education:Must have a high school diploma, an equivalent certificate, or a bronze level WorkKeys certification. Must have knowledge of electrical and electronic principles use of test equipment, and ability to interpret schematic drawings, blueprints, and specifications. At least one year formal training in fundamental electricity and electronics preferred. Required to have knowledge of systems and shop application of test equipment. Must complete Textron Aviation requirements for driving company vehicles.
Experience:3-5 years diversified aircraft experience including wire bundle routing and installation. Demonstrate the ability to read and understand schematic drawings, basic electrical fundamentals, and the use of multimeters.
Working Conditions:Somewhat disagreeable working conditions due to levels from adjacent shop areas

First posted: 
2/16/2024 3:16:11 PM

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