Pro Star Aviation is currently seeking to hire an Installation Technician with 5-10 years of experience performing avionics installation in the business/corporate aviation industry.
Purpose and Scope
- The Installation Technician is responsible for installation of avionic components, in accordance with Pro Star Aviation manuals, Manufacture’s Manuals, including Service Bulletins and Federal Aviation Regulations
- The Technician may be assigned such housekeeping duties as; policing his work area or repair and maintenance of company property
- Ensuring that work is accomplished in the best workmanship manner and that an airworthy condition exists on all work performed
- Performing the work as outlined on various work forms or as assigned by the Avionics Installation Shop Manager and shall refer to work forms or required technical data for the proper performance of the job
- Making the proper entries on forms and work orders used by Pro Star Aviation and will assume responsibility by signing of all work performed by him/her at the time the work is completed, by signature, initials, or stamp
- For continuity between the technician and the inspector, it shall be the responsibility of the technician to contact the inspector for inspection of work completed or in process. That is, the assembly of sub-assemblies before panel close-out, operational checks, etc. Failure to do so will require re-opening of those areas and re-performance of required inspections, tests, torques, etc.
- Notify the Avionics Installation Shop Manager immediately of any condition that may arise that could present him with a problem for parts, materials, airworthiness or workmanship
- Having sufficient hand tools to perform his duties as required
- Attending training programs as established or scheduled by the company
- Supervise the work of any unlicensed personal working for him/her
- Such other duties and responsibilities as the Avionics Installation Shop Manager may assign to him/her
- The Mechanic reports as assigned by the Avionics Installation Shop Manager
Education and Training
Current FAA Airframe and Power-Plant (A&P) certificate desired but not required required
- Five (5) years or more of related technical experience is desired, but recent graduates will be considered based on course and grades
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