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Avionics Manager

GENERAL DESCRIPTION: The Avionics Manager is responsible for the supervisory functions of the Avionics team, as well as to perform avionics/electronics duties on aircraft. The Avionics Manager will be able to teach subordinates to perform the removal/installation of avionics components, fabricate wire harnesses, perform avionics system installations, make wire terminations, perform wiring ring-outs, and perform functional tests of avionics systems. Must also be able to troubleshoot with minimal error the most complex avionics and Cabin Management Systems (CMS). KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE: At least 10 years verifiable experience as an Avionics Lead Technician/Supervisor/Manager with a licensed FAA 145 Repair Station that focuses on GA/Corporate aircraft. Must have proven leadership experience in a FAA Part 145 Repair Station. Must have held an FAA Repairman’s Certificate or current FAA A&P license. A&P Preferred. Must be able to conduct troubleshooting and functional testing of advanced electronics systems. Must be able to interpret and understand aircraft system drawings, wiring diagrams, maintenance manuals, blueprints, and complex certification paperwork. Degree or certificate from an accredited two (2) year college, university or technical school in avionics maintenance or electronics required or equivalent experience. Ability to read, write and speak the English language. All applicants must be able to pass a Drug screen. Thorough working knowledge of FAA regulations.


Avionics: Are you up for the challenge?

Avionics Careers

Avionics technicians are specialists who install, maintain and repair a plane’s electronic instruments, such as radio communication devices, radar systems, and navigation aids. With the advancement of digital technology technicians are required to maintain and configure complex computer systems. Are you up for the challenge?

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