The Electronics Technician Maintenance II (“Aircraft Mechanic II – Avionics”) applies basic and some advanced technical knowledge to solve routine problems by interpreting manufacturers’ manuals or similar documents. Work requires familiarity with the interrelationships of circuits and judgment in planning work sequence, in selecting tools, testing instruments, and is reviewed for compliance with accepted practices. This technician works under immediate supervision and achieves technical guidance, as required from supervisor or higher-level technician
Assists in the performance of aircraft bench and/or flight line operational testing, troubleshooting to the LRU level or applicable wiring, adjustment, repair and installation of any complex or non-complex aircraft electrical or electronic system in the testing, development, repair, alignment and modification of aircraft and related systems in accordance with DOD, manufacturer, company, supplier and other directives.
Performs assembly, installation, check-out physical characteristics, operational testing and modification of wire bundles and avionics components in the testing, development and modification of aircraft in accordance with DOD, manufacturer, company, supplier and other directives.
This position requires an active (or ability to obtain) U.S. Security Clearance, for which the US Government requires US Citizenship.
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This position requires 4 to 6 years of experience in those duties as previously described for satisfactory performance.
Must have working knowledge of shop mathematics and practices, electrical/electronic theories and avionics systems sufficient to perform assigned duties. Work from information such as schematics, specifications, assembly drawings and standard operating procedures. Must have basic computer skills, including aircraft-related systems and basic office software packages.
Preferred (though not required) qualifications and/or experience: