Avionics Technician

Job Details

Job Ref: # EB-2135148149
Date Posted: 4/12/2024 12:01:37 PM
City, State: Philadelphia, PA
Job Type: Full Time
Salary (USD): $30 - $41


Title: Avionics Technician – Final Assembly Line (FAL) / Flight Line (FL)
Location: Philadelphia, PA
Shifts: Part 21 (Production) runs two shifts – you will start on 1st shift, flexibility to work 2nd shift is a plus:
- 1st Shift: Mon-Fri 7am-3:30pm – may be asked to work weekends and/or holidays
- 2nd Shift: Mon-Fri 3:30pm-12am – may be asked to work weekends and/or holidays.
Compensation: Depends on position and experience: $30.18/hr - $40.67/hr
*2nd Shift earns $1.50/hr Shift Differential
Benefits: Comprehensive benefit package includes a fully paid medical, dental and vision plan (no monthly premium!), 401K with up to 6% Match, Paid Time Off (19 days for 0-3yrs employment), an Employee Assistance Program, Health Advocacy Services, Employee Discounts Program, Credit Union Membership, College Tuition Benefit, College Loan Services, Adoption Assistance Program, Scholarship Program, and a Tuition Reimbursement Benefit.
Vaccine Requirement: no

Position Descriptions: Production (FAA Part 21) of electrical and avionics systems for helicopter manufacturing.

Avionics Final Assembly Line (FAL) Technician (Part 21):
• Assemble, modify & install wire bundles, conductors & other electrical components.
• Installs standard and advanced electrical systems and performs electrical continuity testing.
• Clearly document work performed, control equipment status tags, log critical information during installation, verify parts requests, etc.
• Read & Interpret schematics assembly drawings, process specifications, wiring diagrams, technical manuals, written instructions, etc.
• Ad hoc projects as assigned by Assembly Line Supervisor.

Avionics Flight Line (FL) Technician (Part 21):
• Assist in the transfer of helicopters from the Production line to Flight Line, and perform incoming inspections.
• Assemble, modify & install wire bundles, components, and other avionic equipment.
• Perform function testing in accordance with applicable job cards.
• Install, troubleshoot and test avionic systems.
• Perform crimping and de-pin and pin of electrical connectors.
• Prepare helicopters for customer delivery.

Avionics Final Assembly Line (FAL) Technician (Part 21):
• High School Diploma or equivalent.
• Minimum of 5 years of Electrical/Avionics aviation production required.
• Knowledge of rotor or fixed wing aircraft.
• General overall knowledge of aviation electrical/avionics components.
• Able to use a variety of manual hand tools such as crimpers, strippers, wire cutters, heat shrink gun, complex, specialized aircraft test equipment, etc.
• Effective communication skills.

Avionics Flight Line (FL) Technician (Part 21):
• High School Diploma or equivalent.
• 5 years of aviation maintenance training/experience.
• Rotor wing experience preferred.
• Ability to assemble, modify and install wire bundles, conductors, and other electrical components.
• Ability to run wires, crimp and solder wires, pin wires and connectors, terminate wires, read schematics, (blueprints/job cards).
• Effective communication skills.
• General knowledge of ground support equipment.

Company Description:
Our client is a leading manufacturer of helicopters flown by EMS, Search and Rescue, law enforcement, firefighters, energy, government agencies and private citizens across the globe. Additionally, they supply the training helicopters to the U.S Navy and the U.S. Air Force.

Why this opportunity?
This is a truly exciting opportunity to join a world-class company and industry leader that not only manufactures helicopters for commercial use, but proudly serves the U.S. Military. When you walk through our client's operations, it is immediately evident how strong their ties are with the military and how proud they are of their former military employees. Most recently, they weres awarded a contract to deliver 26 training helicopters to the U.S. Navy. As well, they are constantly innovating, and are in the process of obtaining FAA approval of its new TiltRotor aircraft.

This is an opportunity to start a rewarding long-term career within a dynamic, cutting-edge and growing organization in the Aerospace industry, where you can grow professionally, build and maintain the best helicopters in the world, and continue to serve our military.

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