Avionics Technician and Engineering Resources
The Job - In order to continue our growth and positive development, we seek to add capacity to our aircraft alterations and modifications department. The department is the center of our avionics modification programs, all the way from engineering, through harness and parts manufacturing, on-aircraft installation and final configuration and testing. Our programs varies from smaller upgrades to complete cockpit modification programs, on a wide variety of aircrafts, helicopters and drones, worldwide. Referring to our Director - Production you will be working within the following areas, depending on your experience: - Engineering tasks. - Wire loom specification and manufacturing. - Aircraft dismantling and assembly support. - On-aircraft wire loom installation, termination and connection. - Line maintenance support and troubleshooting tasks. - Interface to our engineering, Part-21J (DOA), Part-21G (POA) and Part-147 (Training) departments. Your profile - - You have experience in performing avionics upgrades, preferably on business jets, helicopters and/or regional airlines. - You have a high pride in your work and focus on quality and safety in your tasks. - Detailed knowledge about EASA Part-145. - B1/B2 license is a plus but not a requirement. - Avionics engineering experience is a plus but not a requirement. Personal Competences - - You are flexible and thrives with multiple parallel tasks. - You are structured and conscious about quality and safety. - You communicate well in English and preferably Danish (writing and speech). - You are disciplined and effective with your data and work. - You have a high moral for working independently, but work well in a team. - You have a service minded attitude. We Offer - A job with great variation and opportunities, working with good colleagues in a flat and informal organization. The job is in our headquarter in Billund, Denmark, however travelling activity is to be expected. Salary and terms to be discussed, based on experience and qualifications. Interested? - If this description seem like a good match to your profile, please send your application to the following e-mail address: KCF@scanav.com and mark the e-mail: Avionics Engineer - in the Subject field. Your application should be in our possession before COB on the 22nd of November 2019.