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CAVU Aircraft Maintenance and Avionics LLC

Avionics Technician

JOB SUMMARY: To perform operational checks, troubleshooting, and repairs of avionics and electrical avionics on Part 91 single and multi engine piston and turbine.
  • Perform typical maintenance operations, such as cabling, component removal and installation, wire harness removal and installation, fabrication and repair or wire assemblies, and continuity checks.
  • Must be able to determine if work can safely be accomplished if aircraft is in a power on mode and be able to conduct necessary testing if in power on mode.
  • Must be capable and experienced in the removal and installation of avionics systems.
  • Must know and understand manufacturer’s installation specifications or maintenance manuals related to specific jobs to be accomplished.
  • Must be able to fabricate and install all wiring assemblies, static lines and associated mechanical equipment per drawings.
  • Must be able to perform 91.411 and 91.413 checks
  • Own working tools must be furnished
  • Experience on Piper, Cessna, Beech, MU-2 preferred
  • Experience with Garmin, Bendix preferred
  • High school education or equivalent
  • A&P License or ability to hold Repairman's Certificate is required
  • Individuals will have aviation electrical/Avionics experience working on aircraft.
Dayshift, Monday through Thursday 7am-5:30pm
Compensation commensurate with experience
Job Type: Full-time


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