Avionics Tech

Job Type: 
South Carolina

We recently won work for Garmin 5000 upgrades. The need avionics installers with Garmin experience to layout and install the new electrical equipment. Avionic Technicians are responsible for functional testing, repair/maintenance and inspection of aircraft electrical and avionics systems. This can include but is not limited to radar, lighting, radio, entertainment and navigational systems.

  • Adjust, repair, or replace malfunctioning components or assemblies using hand tools and or soldering irons
  • Assemble components such as switches, electrical controls, and junction boxes
  • Connect components to assemblies such as radio systems, instruments, magnetos, inverters and in-flight refueling systems
  • Install electrical and electronic components, assemblies and systems in aircraft
  • Interpret flight test data to diagnose malfunctions and systemic performance issues
  • Lay out installation of aircraft assemblies and systems following documentation such as blueprints, manuals and wiring diagrams
  • Test and troubleshoot instruments, components and assemblies using circuit testers, oscilloscopes and voltmeters to determine performance and airworthiness
  • Maintain timely and accurate records of regular maintenance and repairs
  • Complies with company policy and procedures as contained in company manual

Coordinate work with that of engineers, technicians and other aircraft maintenance personnel to ensure the delivery of the aircraft on time to the customer. Work Environment:Completions and maintenance facility in Greenville, SC near Donaldson Airforce base. Clean hangers with some climate controlled. Maintenance, avionics, sheetmetal, and paint shops. We have several openings in SC, NC, GA and TN... They do maintenance, repair, and completions work on the following aircraft: Citations, Hawkers, Leerjets, and some Gulfstreams.-will work in a large hanger with a good size team of 5-8 per group. -casual work attire, closed toed shoes-Open to all shifts M-F 7-330pm and 3pm to Midnight also running 4/10 hour shifts and weekend shifts-Open to work up to 60 hours per week Qualifications:- 3-5 plus years of experience with avionics install - Experience on corporate aircraft - Experience with Garmin 1000 and/or 5000 -Pro Line 21 (Rockwell Collins) -Honeywell equipment - Own tools that are etched and shadowed (per government policy) Interview Information:- Phone screen with hiring manager/lead - Competency test will then be emailed out - If it is a pass, offer will be extended and compliance will need to clear before starting - Typically do orientations on Mondays or earlier in the week- If they are going into a government space, additional screening will take place within Eagle.

First posted: 
6/13/2019 12:15:56 PM

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