Job Description / Requirements:
Avionics Technician to help contribute to the Avionics department's capabilities and growth. The Avionics Technician may be involved in
a number of various functions spanning harness manufacturing, termination, kitting, removals on aircraft in support of relevant wiring diagrams, wiring harness installations, LRU installations, system troubleshooting, and meeting continuing airworthiness requirements for ongoing fleet efforts.
Main Job Tasks and Responsibilities:
Read and interpret wiring diagrams and installation drawings to
facilitate relevant system inspections, troubleshooting, and installations.
Be responsible for the full scope of avionics efforts, from drawing review and interface with Aery EE's, to wire marking and wire harness fabrication, through system integrations and troubleshooting on aircraft.
System complexities range from standalone, non-federated interfaces to highly complex multi-interfaced integrations.
Ensure compliance of aircraft-related tasks to FAA requirements (43.13, EWIS, etc).
Ensure safe, compliant avionics installations are accomplished in accordance with released data.
Proactive communicator who can clearly articulate results and needs
across all levels.
Ability to meet schedule and budget commitments.
Understand that while traditional systems and documentation mechanisms are in place, Aery strives to utilize its IT infrastructure to the greatest extent possible to automate and minimize mundane tasks, repeatable processes, and paper documentation where appropriate, practical, and legal.
Understanding, buy-in, and contributions to systemic improvements in how we do our work are expected.
Have a forward-looking vision of the capabilities of the organization
and seek to improve internal capabilities and qualifications
Qualifications (Required Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, and
Ten plus years of progressive experience as an Avionics Technician.
5 years of experience specific to supporting FAA Part 21 modification
oriented work efforts.
Has an FCC General Operators Radio License or is able to attain one
Is comfortable reading wiring diagrams and schematics; often ones that are under development and need relevant, experienced feedback for the Aery Engineering Team.
Is experienced working within the constraints of an organizational quality system.
Has an A&P license, though not required.
Will be comfortable working on a wide variety of aircraft in both routine maintenance capacities as well as one of a kind, prototype system integrations. We work on everything that flies; from Cessna 150s to Boeing 777 and Airbus A340's.