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Avionics Technician

Avionics Technician

Do you have experience or a degree in avionics installation, maintenance, and troubleshooting?

Are you looking for a great team environment and a job where you can grow your avionics skills?

Are you a critical thinker who has a pro-active work ethic and a high attention to detail?

Do you want to serve a special missions aircraft provider?

If this sounds like you and you’re ready for a new challenge, apply today!

Dynamic Aviation is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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Avionics Technicians

Avionics Technicians

The Pilatus authorized fleet service and support center for the PlaneSense fractional fleet of PC-12s and PC-24s is looking for experienced techs to join our team on the NH seacoast!

  • A&P preferred.
  • 5+ years experience in General Aviation Avionics
  • Excellent troubleshooting skills in modern, turbine aircraft.
  • Competitive salary & benefits.
  • Possible relocation assistance to tax-free Portsmouth, NH.

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Avionics Technicians

Avionics Technicians

Located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Banyan has grown to be the largest FBO in south Florida with an incredible maintenance and avionics team. We offer lots of opportunity for career growth.

  1. Experienced service techs able to troubleshoot complex systems on older Lears, Citations, Hawkers, Challengers and Falcons
  2. Installers to remove existing equipment and install new avionics in a variety of aircraft. Great pay and benefits in a wonderful location.

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Licensed Avionic Engineer B2

Licensed Avionic Engineer B2

What will you be doing: • Maintenance on business aviation and special mission aircraft of a variety of manufacturers. • Maintaining and releasing according the applicable EASA Part-66 and Part-145 rules and regulations. • As a team-player supporting and coaching your colleagues (maintenance mechanics)in performing maintenance. Your skillset: • As a maintenance engineer you have three to five years of relevant experience as a certifier in the business aviation segment. • You have a valid Part-66 B2 license with a type rating on a business jet. • Wanting to work in a motivated team in which flexibility, autonomy, team spirit and pro-activity is required. • Able to work in a flexible 2-shift working schedule. • Good communication skills. • Knowledge of the English Language in word and writing.

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Avionics Technician

Avionics Technician

Avionics Technicians are responsible to the Chief Inspector and shall assure that the procedure outlined in the repair station manual as well as all FAA Regulations and manufacturer’s instructions are complied with. In addition to all responsibilities listed below, work involves the responsibility of performing routine maintenance, repairs, troubleshooting, modification of aircraft systems, and installations. In addition, component removal and reinstallation, operational checks, and leak checks are all within the responsibility of the avionics technician. The avionics technician is responsible for using sound judgment and technical aptitude to make decisions regarding maintenance, sequence, and techniques, troubleshooting and discrepancy resolution.

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Customer Success Manager

Customer Success Manager

Position Summary: Using the Challenger Sale methodology, expand existing revenue streams by promoting Rosen's value proposition, teaching our customers what they don't know, identifying unexplored opportunities for their business, and developing and executing associated account strategies.

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Avionics Technician

Avionics Technician

Job Duties trouble-shoot to component level in the bench of various avionics systems on general aviation good understanding of basic computer interface to avionics systems for software and database upgrades. Perform 2 years transponder and altimeter recertification per CARs 571 Complete required paperwork following maintenance and inspections. Ensure compliance with CARs regulations under the company's Repair Station procedures. Education Electronics background – Engineer or Technologist Licenses/Certificates AME is a plus, but not required. Experience At least 3 experience as a bench Avionics Technician Knowledge & Skills Strong leadership skills. Effective decision-making skills. Strong team working skills. Excellent written and oral communication skills in order to effectively interact with all levels of staff from different departments effectively. Excellent organizational and problem-solving skills in order to prioritize workload according to business demands and works well under pressure. Is required to be proficient in oral and written English. Benefits Paid 3 weeks Vacation after first year. We provide excellent opportunities for factory and ongoing training. RSP match contribution Job Type: Full-time as avionics technician Offered Salary: $25.00 to $28.00 /hour

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Aviation Safety Inspector (Avionics)

Aviation Safety Inspector (Avionics)

The USDA Forest Service, Intermountain Region, will soon be filling the Aviation Safety Inspector, GS-1825- 12, position located in the R4 Regional Office in Ogden, Utah. The incumbent will serve as a full time avionics maintenance technician and inspector for the Intermountain Region’s WCF aircraft as well as support of other Regional and Washington Office projects. The Aviation Safety Inspector provides technical assistance to a wide variety of Forests, individuals and organizations, regionally and at the national level. The individual participates in the inspection of contracted firefighting aircraft, training, field evaluations, safety evaluations and provides oral and written answers to various inquiries. They will assist in the planning and administration of Regional and National Aviation Maintenance Operations to ensure adequate support in accomplishing the agency's mission. The incumbent will also perform avionics maintenance on agency owned FAA certificated aircraft under a mechanic’s license or under the supervision of another. Travel in this position will be required but is considered to be occasional to frequent. The incumbent will spend 25% or less of their time in travel status. The primary responsibilities for the incumbent are inspection and approval of Forest Service owned, contractor and cooperator aircraft avionics. Performs Unit level avionics scheduling, planning, budgeting and maintenance for the aviation avionics program to include equipment, aircraft and operator inspections. Performs as an Aviation Safety Inspector, (Avionics) for the program scope of inspections, surveillance of air taxis, and repair facilities contracted to the U.S. Forest Service or cooperating agencies. The Inspector is responsible to assure compliance with Forest Service policy and applicable 14 CFR requirements in regards to aircraft avionics and their installation and repair. May participate as a team member of an Aviation Safety and Technical Assistance Team (ASTAT), panel member to evaluate solicitation proposals, air base audits or reviews and serve as subject matter experts on special projects. Perform as a Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR) on solicitations regarding aviation avionics. Applicants for Aviation Avionics Safety Inspector (Avionics) positions must meet all of the following requirements: 1. Experience involving the maintenance, repair and troubleshooting of FAA civil certificated avionics systems of multi-engine aircraft maintained under an airworthiness maintenance, repair and inspection program. 2. Civil aircraft avionics maintenance, repair and troubleshooting experience in a repair station; air carrier or airline repair facility; military repair facility; or local, state, or Federal governmental agency. 3. Experience involving the maintenance, modification and repair of avionics installed in civil aircraft with responsibility for certifying airworthiness. 4. Aircraft avionics maintenance, repair and modification work experience within the last 3 years. 5. The incumbent for this position is required to hold a current and valid Federal Communications Commission (FCC) General Radiotelephone Operator License (GROL). Candidates who possess an A&P or Airframe only license will be favorably considered. We are looking for individuals with a robust civil avionics maintenance background that will, on occasion, be performing avionics maintenance on agency owned, FAA certificated aircraft outside the umbrella of a repair station. The starting annual salary for this position is GS-12 step 1 ($76,721.00) and is eligible to advance to step 10 ($99,741.00) through the established process. This is an opportunity for a rewarding career as a permanent full time employee with benefits such as retirement eligibility, Thrift Savings Plan options that include matching government funds of up to the first 5% of salary contributions, eligible for government subsidized health insurance plus other non-tangible benefits. This position is a Testing Designated Position (TDP) under the USDA Drug Free Workplace Program. All applicants selected for this position will be required to submit to a urinalysis to screen for illegal drug use prior to appointment. Incumbents of this position will be required to submit to a urinalysis on an ongoing random basis, after appointment as directed. Vacancy Announcement The vacancy announcement for this position is concurrently open under DEMO (announcement #20-R4SVJAN-0451-652935DP-MW https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/557284200 ) and MERIT (announcement # 20-R4SVJAN- 0451-652935G-MW https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/557284300 ) rules and is posted in USAJOBS until February 5, 2020. The U.S. Government's official website for employment opportunities is www.usajobs.gov. Outreach Response Interested applicants, or those desiring further information, should contact Kevin Bailey at email kevin.bailey2@usda.gov.

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Avionics Technician

Avionics Technician

Growing company in beautiful Panama City Florida, looking for an Avionics Technician/Electrician to perform scheduled maintenance and upgrades on Part 135 and 137 aircraft. Will include Bell 206, 407, OH-58 and UH-1 series aircraft. Experience and knowledge of AgNav GPS systems and helicopter spray systems would be very beneficial. We offer a competitive salary, healthcare and the warm Florida sun. Please inquire for more information.

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Avionics Installer

Avionics Installer

Job Duties: 1. Install and troubleshoot various avionics systems on general aviation aircraft 2. Able to take an install from start to finish with little guidance 3. Understand basic computer interface to avionics systems for software and database upgrades and perform said updates. 4. Must be able to read and understand wiring diagrams and schematics from us as well as from OEM. 5. Understand and follow OEM installation manuals and procedures. 6. Complete required paperwork following maintenance and installation functions. 7. Ensure compliance with FAA regulations under the company's Repair Station procedures. Education: High School diploma or GED Licenses/Certificates: Airframe or A&P optional but not required. Experience: 1. At least 3 years aircraft experience as an Avionics Installer on GA aircraft. 2. Knowledge of equipment such as Garmin, L3, Avidyne, Aspen, Ect. 3. Experience installing the aforementioned equipment. 4. Experience using Panel Pro system a plus but not required. Knowledge & Skills: 1. Effective decision-making skills. Excellent written and oral communication skills to effectively interact with all levels of staff from different departments effectively. Excellent organizational and problem-solving skills to prioritize workload according to business demands and works well under pressure. Must have own tools. We provide some specialized tooling. Is required to be proficient in oral and written English.

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Become an Avionics Technician

Avionics: Are you up for the challenge?

Avionics technicians are specialists who install, maintain and repair aircraft electronic instruments, radio communication devices, radar systems, and navigation aids. With the advancement of digital technology, technicians are required to install and configure complex computer systems and software on all types of aircraft. Are you up for the challenge?

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