Test and troubleshoot electronic circuitry to fault isolate and identify the malfunctioning discrete or active components (microcircuits, transistors, capacitors, resistors, etc.), with 4 or more years of related experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Capable of performing repairs and conducting final acceptance testing on avionic equipment. Capable of reading and interpreting assembly drawings and electronic schematics. Experience in soldering to a high-reliability standard such as MIL-STD-2000 or J-STD-001C, and ability to inspect own work for compliance to quality standards. Experience in operating electronic test equipment such as oscilloscopes, multi-meters, frequency counters, spectrum analyzers, etc. Experience using various hand tools to (dis)assemble avionic equipment. Capable of organizing and prioritizing workload. Capable of using Windows-based computers. Ability to travel to both domestic and international locations (on short notice). Ability to obtain a DoD Secret Clearance and access to the Lemoore Naval Air Station is required. Good verbal and written communication skills. Documents procedures and established processes to ensure contractual and regulatory compliance (e.g., repairs, test results, applicable modifications and inspection results). Inspects components and verifies repairs for flight worthiness requirements. Oversees training. Works under general direction.
Education / Experience:
Previous troubleshooting experience of the following avionic systems is desired: ACNIP (AM-7300/A), ADC (CP-1334A/A), EMD (AEU-12/A), FIRAMS (AN/ASQ-194), HSD (IP-1350/A), HUD Camera (MX-10403, MX-10987), IBU (MX-9965/A), ICS (AM-6979/A, AM-7360/A), MSDRS (AN/ASM-612), RADAR Systems (AN/APG-65 and AN/APG-73), RPYC (CP-1330A), and UFC (C-10380, C-11919)
High school diploma or GED and typically 4 or more years’ related experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience is required.
Specifically required to functionally test avionics and test equipment to determine operational condition, perform fault isolation and troubleshooting of faulty avionic electronic circuits, install replacement parts using high-reliability soldering techniques, and utilize hand tools to (dis)assemble avionic assemblies.
Applicant must be capable of reading and interpreting assembly drawings and electronic schematics.
Candidate must be capable of inspecting their own work for compliance to quality standards.
Ability to travel to domestic locations (on short notice).
Ability to obtain a DOD Secret Clearance
Individual must have the ability to work under general direction and to prioritize workload.
Our client is the world's largest aerospace company and leading manufacturer of commercial jetliners, defense, space and security systems, and service provider of aftermarket support. As America’s biggest manufacturing exporter, the company supports airlines and U.S. and allied government customers in more than 150 countries. Our clients products and tailored services include commercial and military aircraft, satellites, weapons, electronic and defense systems, launch systems, advanced information and communication systems, and performance-based logistics and training.
As an employee of Strom Aviation, you will receive benefits including holiday pay, longevity pay, access to a 401K program and insurance coverage (medical, dental, life, disability). We offer travel pay, bonuses, and other incentives for some positions as well. A referral is the best compliment we can get, and Strom Aviation offers 2 different referral programs for our employees.
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