Aircraft Maintenance D
Posted on: February 11, 2020
Description: Job Title: Aircraft Maintenance D (Avionics
Technician 4)Requisition: IMS20200701-38674Location: Oklahoma City,
OklahomaSummary:Performs aircraft avionics/electronics systems and
components, Electro/Environmental, and associated component repair
and maintenance. - Conducts fault isolation, repairs, removal and
replacement of components to resolve avionics or electrical
discrepancies. - - Completes scheduled and unscheduled maintenance
of avionics on ISR King Air 350 aircraft. - Supports maintenance
and repair of Mission Support Equipment as necessary. - The
avionics technicians report to the Lead Avionics Technician.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND ACCOUNTABILITIES: ---- Responsible for
testing, inspection, repair, and removal and replacement of avionic
systems and components on the ISR King Air 350 aircraft. ---
Repairs aircraft wiring/wiring harnesses. --- Performs operational
checkout of aircraft avionics systems during pre-flight and
post-flight as necessary. --- Responds to flight/maintenance crew
reported discrepancies by troubleshooting and repairing any systems
to make aircraft ready for flight for quick turn-around. - ---
Assists in launch, recovery, servicing, and ground handling of
aircraft. --- Performs scheduled/unscheduled inspections as
required in accordance with Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM)
procedures. --- Prepares and maintains aircraft maintenance records
and historical documents. --- Accomplishes maintenance manpower and
aircraft maintenance actions using the program maintenance database
system. --- Reviews and utilizes maintenance data collection
reports. --- Monitors/reviews deficiency reports for adverse
trends. --- Uses applicable technical orders/manuals when
performing maintenance, and to troubleshoot aircraft/systems
discrepancies. --- Performs in-progress and follow-up inspections
during and upon completion of maintenance actions. --- Researches,
orders and receives aircraft parts or components necessary to make
repairs. --- Prepares parts for turn-in back into the supply
system. Initiates material deficiency reports as required. ---
Inventories aircraft support equipment. --- Maintains tools, hand
and special, in a safe and serviceable condition. --- Responsible
for site, customer, and company tool accountability procedures to
include reporting unserviceable tools and equipment to the
appropriate responsible party. --- Annotates equipment/tools
inspection and condition documents. --- Performs serviceability
checks prior to operating powered and non-powered support
equipment. --- Complies with established policies, procedures and
standards. --- Assists other mechanics/technicians as required. ---
Complies with all safety, environmental, security and housekeeping
standards. --- Complies with established training requirements. ---
Assists in training newly assigned personnel as required. ---
Operates vehicles, both special purpose and regular as authorized.
--- Practices good housekeeping, tool control, FOD
awareness/prevention and safety at all times. - --- Maintains
infrared detecting system, airborne video, laser system and night
vision system. --- Performs battery maintenance --- May provide
on-the-job training of new employees. - --- Assists assigned
personnel in researching and requisitioning aircraft parts and
components and in determining the reparability and serviceability
of these assets. --- Monitors bench stock items and tool inventory
inspections. - --- Participates in work area safety and FOD
prevention programs. --- Actively participates in the Safety
Program. - --- Refers to hazardous material training and ensures
HAZMAT processes are followed. --- Assists in aircraft movement and
flight line FOD prevention walks as required. --- Completes
maintenance documentation using required forms. --- Assists in
performing aircraft preflight and basic post-flight inspections.
--- Operates GSE, flight line vehicles and other support equipment
as authorized and required. - --- Maintain strict compliance with
all required Communications Security (COMSEC) policies and
proceduresRequired Education and Experience:
- Must have a minimum of -eight (8) years recent hands-on
avionics maintenance experience and -a current FAA A&P
Certificate is desired.
- Completion of a military or civilian aviation avionics
technical school or possess an FCC License with endorsements is
- Recent work experience on Beech King Air 350, C-12 or model
1900 avionics maintenance experience is preferred and desired.
- Experience on maintaining Proline 21 systems preferred.
- Experience in repair and maintenance of radar, communications,
nav-aids, lighting and instrumentation.
- Support repair and maintenance of Mission Support ISR equipment
- Must have a positive attitude, be a self-starter, work well
with others. -
- Must be able to work shifts as assigned and travel as part of a
maintenance recovery team as required. - CONUS and OCONUS
deployment may be required.
- Must be in good physical condition, and capable of
completing/passing a required physical exam and CRC course prior to
- Must be able to work in the established work/living
environment, work shift schedules as assigned 7 days a week, 12
hours a day to support mission requirements
- Experience in the use of common hand and special tools/testers
as required to perform avionics maintenance tasks. -
- Must have in-depth working knowledge of aircraft safety
- Must be able to read, write, speak and understand English.
- Must have a current civilian driver's license, and be able to
obtain and maintain a government flight line driver's license.
- Must be able to obtain and maintain an interim DoD secret
government security clearance, as a minimum, prior to hire.
- Must have an in-depth knowledge (aircraft/vehicle movement and
safety/hazards) of flight line operations.
- Must have an in-depth knowledge of using aircraft technical
publications-read, interpret, follow and basic comprehension of
schematic diagrams, drawings, and charts.
- Must have a working knowledge (input and extract data) of
standard Maintenance Database.
- Must be willing and able to perform in-flight FCF
checks.Licensing, Certification Requirements:
- Current FAA Airframe & Powerplant Certificate Desired
- US Citizenship
- Valid State Driver's License
- Valid US Passport
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