Meridian, MS 39301
Avionics / ISR Technician
United States of America - Mississippi
Previous experience on turbo prop aircraft; Merlin/Metros, CASA 212 or Jet Stream 31/42, Beechcraft King Air, or other TPE 331 experience preferred. Certified by the FAA with a current Airframe and Power plant Mechanic (A&P) and General Radio Operators License (FCC) is desirable.
Must have knowledge of the scope and limitation of various categories of maintenance and their application. Must have a firm background and understanding of the theories and principles of Avionics and/or ISR systems operation and maintenance processes. Must be familiar with aircraft electrical systems and components; theory of flight; rigging of flight controls; and mechanical principles.
Primary focus will be on providing maintenance and operational support of numerous complex avionics and surveillance systems; aircraft mounted imaging systems, as well as various other imaging and force protection systems.
Must be able to inspect, test, and adjust and repair Avionics systems equipment, such as airborne search and weather radar, voice and data communications radio systems, pulse based systems such as IFF, TCAS and radar altimeter systems, airborne Navigation and Instrument Landing Systems, flight director and autopilot systems, flight management systems and GPS, compass systems and attitude reference instrumentation installed in the aircraft. Must be able to troubleshoot failed systems to determine faulty components, inspect aircraft installations for defects such as loose or broken connectors, frayed wires and for accuracy of assembly and installation in order to return the faulty systems to service.
Should be able to inspect, test and adjust or repair ISR type equipment to include Thermal Imaging Precision Optics and Laser systems, Infra Red based sensors and cameras to include controlling software and hardware, Ethernet, fiber optic and hard wired video distribution systems, full motion video and data transmission and reception systems, Satellite voice and data communications systems and laser-based illumination systems. Must be able to troubleshoot failed systems to determine faulty components, inspect aircraft installations for defects such as loose or broken connectors, frayed wires and for accuracy of assembly and installation in order to return the faulty systems to service.
Must be able to use Avionics and/or ISR specific test equipment under simulated or actual operating conditions to determine performance and airworthiness of tested systems. Must be able to use general purpose test equipment, such as oscilloscopes, digital meters and counters, and circuit analyzers. Must be able to adjust, repair, or replace defective components based on analysis of test results, following blueprints, schematics, handbooks, and other technical documents.
Must be able to align or calibrate installed or repaired Avionics and/or ISR equipment to prescribed aircraft system specifications. May accompany flight crew to perform in-flight adjustments and to determine and record required post-flight repair work. May sign condition documentation for equipment that has been replaced or repaired.
Must be able to provide field maintenance, inspection, troubleshooting and repair expertise to ensure continuous system operations; provide comprehensive, life cycle logistical support to sustain operations and readiness of systems; regularly interface with leadership and end-users for daily operations, presentations, and status reports. Experience should include a working knowledge of aircraft DC electric power generation, batteries, and grounding standards.
Must be able to repair and perform failure analysis on electronic controls and assembly.
Knowledge of computers (to include using Microsoft Office and the internet) is required, as is the ability to install programs, check start-up logs to determine where errors occur, and change out computer hard drives and power supplies.
Must possess and maintain a valid driver’s license and be able to operate a government general-purpose vehicle. Must be able to obtain and maintain a Government Interim Secret or Secret Clearance within six (6) months of start date.
Recommend revisions to maintenance procedures to improve efficiency and ensure quality workmanship. Perform all other position related duties as assigned or requested by the Site Lead, Director of Maintenance, or Program Manager.
Work Environment, Physical Demands, and Mental Demands: Work is performed in a flight line and shop environment that is moderately lighted, heated and ventilated, is exposed to disagreeable fumes and to cuts and bruises from using tools in close placed and hazards of moving vehicles such as forklifts and sweepers in shop area. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; and talk or hear.
The employee frequently is required to walk; reach with hands and arms; and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl and work in tiring and uncomfortable positions. The employee is occasionally required to sit, climb or balance, and taste or smell. Frequently lifts items weighing 15-50 pounds and occasionally in excess of 75 pounds.
The employee is frequently exposed to moving mechanical parts, extreme heat, and vibration. The employee is exposed to wet and/or humid conditions; high, precarious places; fumes or airborne particles; outside weather conditions; extreme cold; and risk of electrical shock.
The noise level in the work environment is usually loud or unsafe conditions, questioning nonstandard operations or environmental factors that may involve unmitigated hazards, and providing feedback to supervisors and managers on all safety issues.
Three (3) years verifiable Avionics/ISR experience in the following areas; Avionics, Instrumentation, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR), Airframe, and Powerplant systems.
Position will require the ability to pass and maintain a U.S. Government security clearance.
Must pass a pre-employment drug screen and a government background check.
Must be able to speak, read, write and understand English.
Previous experience on turbo prop aircraft; Merlin/Metros, CASA 212 or Jet Stream 31/42, Beechcraft King Air, or other TPE 331 experience preferred.
Certified by the FAA with a current Airframe and Power plant Mechanic (A&P) and General Radio Operators License (FCC) is desirable.
Knowledge of sheet metal, properties of materials, fuels, fuel tank repairs, and oils. Ability to read, interpret and use manufacturer's and aircraft maintenance manuals, service bulletins, blueprints, wiring/schematic diagrams, data tables and other specifications to determine feasibility and method to repair or replace malfunctioning or damaged components. Must be able to inspect, repair, and operate ground support and auxiliary equipment
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