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Intercontinental Jet Service Corp.

Avionics Technician in Tulsa Oklahoma

Reports to: Avionics Install Crew Chief

Basic Function:

  • Installation of avionics systems and equipment per Repair Station practices and procedures.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Incoming avionics inspection/evaluation.
  • Interior protection.
  • Removal and Installation of avionics equipment.
  • Operational checks of avionics equipment.
  • Removal and installation of aircraft wiring per installation drawings and FAA Regulations.
  • Proper termination of installed wiring per Repair Station practices and procedures.
  • Ring out of wiring for installed avionics equipment per installation drawings to insure correct termination.
  • Insure that applicable Manufacturer’s manuals are up to date.
  • Insure that calibration is up to date on all applicable tools and test equipment before use.
  • Proper use of tools and test equipment.
  • Cleanliness of work area, to include the aircraft.
  • All paperwork completed per Repair Station practices and procedures.

Supervisory Responsibilities:

  • Insure that all Repair Station practices and FAA Regulations are followed.
  • Insure that work is completed in a timely manner.
  • Insure that all paper work is completed per Repair Station practices and procedures.


  • Ability to speak and write English.
  • Possession of proper hand tools.
  • Proficient knowledge and use of aviation hand tools pertaining to avionics.
  • Proficient knowledge and use of avionics test equipment.
  • Ability to interpret Wiring diagrams, Installation drawings and Equipment Location drawings.
  • Proficient knowledge of Federal Aviation Administration Regulations.
  • Proficient knowledge of the use of Avionics Equipment Manuals.

Education and/or Experience:
High School Diploma.
Electronics training: Technical School or equivalent military training.
5 years of aircraft experience.
Trainees: less than 5 years experience accepted on Manager evaluation and approval.

Work Environment:
In-hangar and Out-of-hangar working inside and outside the aircraft and in the Avionics shop. Hangar is heated and non-air conditioned. Various out-of-hangar weather conditions. Avionics shop is heated and air- conditioned.
Physical: Lifting, carrying, pushing, pulling, reaching, climbing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, crawling, standing, sitting, finger dexterity, grasping, feeling, communication, hearing, balancing, repetitive use of hands. Noise from aircraft and tool use.
Work around machinery with moving parts.
Work in confined and open spaces.

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