Blue Air Training Corp. is seeking an Avionics Technician to perform as part of the overall aircrew to achieve the desired learning objectives of our customers during simulated training. 

The Avionics Technician provides support to Company owned aircraft, including but not limited to OV-10 Bronco, IAR-823 Brasov, A-90 Raider, PC-9, and Bell 206LR helicopter. The information below is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required for this position.

Duties and Responsibilities

Apply intermediate to advanced technical knowledge to solve complex problems that typically cannot be solved solely by referencing manufacturers’ manuals or similar documents;

Determine the location and density of circuitry, evaluate electromagnetic radiation, isolate malfunctions, and incorporates engineering;

Exercises understanding of the interrelationships of circuits;

Exercise independent judgment in performing circuit analyses, calculating wave forms, and tracing relationships in signal flow;

Uses complex test instruments, such as high frequency pulse generators, frequency synthesizers, distortion analyzers, and complex computer control equipment;

Provide technical guidance to lower level technicians;

Report to the Shift Lead/Maintenance Manager any safety issues/incidents/concerns as it happens;

Ensures hangar and work areas are neat, clean, orderly and in accordance with Blue Air Instruction Vol 4;

Exercise knowledge of technical publications;

Comply with company maintenance and logistics procedures and policies;

Comply with FAA regulations as applicable;

Know and understand the functions and requirements of computerized maintenance software;

Perform other duties as assigned.

Minimum Requirements

Must be familiar with, able to read and understand wiring manuals, schematics, Company/Manufacturer, and Wire Diagram Manuals. Must be familiar with Garmin navigation. Must be familiar with FLIR systems. Must be able to wire and troubleshoot UFH/VHF radio systems. Must be a self-starter, able to work independently or part of a team. Must possess excellent communication and people skills, to include problem solving and organizational skills. Must be willing to travel. Must be willing to work nights and holidays. Experience in a flight test instrumentation group involved in the designing, installing, gathering, and reducing flight test instrumentation data preferred. Must be able to lift fifty (50) pounds or more. Must be able to stand, lift overhead, bend, crouch, climb a ladder, see to look, and ear the listen. Must be able to listen to hear and look to see. Must be able to obtain a Common Access Card (CAC) and must not be barred from any government installation. Must be able to obtain and maintain a clearance. Must be fluent in the English language with excellent communication skills. Must have a minimum five (5) to eight (8) years avionics experience and be detail oriented. Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) certification a plus. An FCC repairman certificate is a bonus. Must demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and abilities of an Avionics Technician in daily work performance.

Requisition No.: MX01-1023