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Heritage Aviation

Avionics Technician

Heritage Aviation is a 100% Employee-Owned Certified B-Corp aviation services company that provides Maintenance, Avionics and Fixed Base Operations from Burlington International Airport. For over thirty years our Diamond Award winning FAA-certified repair station has provided the region with outstanding aircraft maintenance and avionics support. Our nationally recognized FBO division is famous for its customer service while offering 24/7 ground handling, fueling, deicing and related aviation support capabilities. Heritage Aviation is setting the standard in aviation by hiring the most talented, qualified, and exceptional individuals to be a part of our team.

The ideal candidate must possess a working knowledge of various manufacturers products including Garmin, Aspen, Avidyne, BendixKing, L3, S TEC, Insight, JPI, MidContinent, and more. The technician will be responsible for installation, inspection, maintenance, and repairs of avionics equipment in accordance with the Heritage Aviation repair station manual, manufacturers manuals, and FAA regulations. This is a full time position requiring a thorough understanding of aircraft avionics systems, installations, repair and maintenance.

Flexibility to perform Inspections and maintenance on GA aircraft, corporate aircraft, and occasional line maintenance on Airbus, Boeing, MD, etc. airliners as required is preferred. Must be self-motivated and have the ability to lead and complete assigned projects with minimal supervision.

Job Responsibilities include: Aircraft wiring, pitot static system maintenance - System troubleshooting - VFR/IFR Certifications - Installation and service of the latest Avionics Products - Customer interaction and quoting skills - Field work as needed.

Job Requirements: At least one-three (1-3) years of prior experience preferred - Factory schooling, prior corporate, or GA experience preferred - Good attention to detail - Ability to understand and interpret aircraft technical data - Ability to effectively communicate in English - Ability to achieve established goals by working with others as part of a team, including working with/in other departments (Reciprocating, Turbine, and Avionics) as manpower requires - Valid Driver’s License.

Job Type: Full-time


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