**This is a safety
sensitive role and requires that the selected candidate be enrolled in an FAA
approved Random Drug & Alcohol Screening Program.
***SES current contractors are not eligible for this assignment.
Tittle: Avionics Technician
Consistently and accurately disassemble, clean, evaluate, perform repairs,
modifications The avionics/electrical technician will perform a variety of
operations such as connector and wire repair, System check-out and
troubleshooting. Under minimal supervision perform a variety of moderately
complex tasks and be skilled in the use of precision measuring devices
(multi-meters, air data test sets etc.) wire and connector repair kits. Must be
able to remove, install, and test Avionic systems on the aircraft, remove,
remove and replace wire harnesses, including termination of wires, routing of
wires, clamping, string tying, changing circuit breakers, batteries,
Pitot/Static system checkout and troubleshoot. Maintains, troubleshoots, and
repairs aircraft electrical systems.
Must be able to read and interpret technical drawings and schematics, wiring
and circuit diagrams and follow Special Service Instructions (SSI’s) as required
to retrofit electrical and avionic systems and possess a thorough understanding
and working level of knowledge on Aerospace Ground Support Equipment.
Must be knowledgeable of Tool control, FOD, Supply, HAZMAT, Quality procedures
and basic flight line operations. Must possess a working knowledge of
Maintenance Information systems such as IETM, IADS, and aircraft forms
Typical roles include crash damage evaluation, major de-pop and re-pop of
electrical systems and wiring, incorporation of ECP’s, Technical Directives,
ASAMS, ASB’s, and CSN’s, validate and verify retrofit upgrades and administer
training to customers (OJT).
Become familiar with and support the organizations Quality policy and
objectives and self- inspect work prior to final quality inspection.
Comply with all EH&S policies and applicable regulatory rules and
requirements. Report immediately to supervision, conditions or practices that
are either unsafe or may adversely impact the environment.
Experience & Skills Required:
• Must have a minimum of 5 years’ experience on UH-60 BlackHawk
• Candidate shall be motivated and require very little supervision.
• Must be able to work with as a part of a group of other technicians
• Must be able to read, interpret/understand Technical drawings, Blueprints and
Interactive electronic technical manuals.
• Must be able to use associated measuring equipment, i.e. gauges and calipers.
• MUST BE WILLING TO TRAVEL EXTENSIVELY
Extensive travel required
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