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Corporate Air Center

Qualified Avionics Technician

Qualified Avionics Technician Needed

Corporate Air Center is looking for a qualified Avionics Technician with 4+ years in the field working installations, as well as troubleshooting, technical issues, integrated system errors, configurations and software updates. Experience in the Garmin Integrated Flight Deck systems, Honeywell Apex, Collins Primus as well as non-integrated systems from Avidyne and L3 Communications a plus!

Opportunity to advance to management position within the Part 145 repair station.

Corporate Air Center located in the Pacific Northwest corner of Washington State. Located 65 miles north of Seattle and 65 miles south of Vancouver, Canada. Corporate Air Center works on all types of aircraft with a minor focus on Cirrus. As a Cirrus SJ50 Jet Service Center and Cirrus Piston Service Center, a lot of updates and troubleshooting is Cirrus related. We do installations and troubleshooting on Pilatus PC-12, Bombardier Learjet, King Air and Cessna singles thru Citation CJ series as well as Warbirds and homebuilts.

This position demands the technician to assist in the design, planning and implementation of the requirements, for retrofits on all types of aircraft. Must be familiar with configuring system, updating software. Will be expected to test systems including RVSM, and Part 9.411/91.413 certifications. Responsible for maintaining records as require under the Part 145 Repair Station rules and regulations.

Operation and use of Aeroflex IFR 6000 and 4000 as well as a complete understanding DPMS pitot static test unit.

Very Competitive salary, 100% Employer paid Medical, Dental, Vision and Life Insurance for Full Time Employees along with 401k plan and two weeks paid vacation after 1 year of employment. Paid holidays and sick pay. Possible relocation assistance for the correct applicant.

Happy, relaxed work environment with a focus on quality work and keeping our “Promise to the Customer”. Good people skills is a definite asset. Great schools and living costs about 30% less than Seattle area.

Contact: Gary Ehrheart, Director of Maintenance or Tim C Lewis, Owner/Managing Member or


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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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