Position Summary: Troubleshoot, diagnose and make repairs down to the component level on a variety of avionic equipment for the purpose of ensuring functionality that meets manufacturers’ specifications and provides the customer with reliable and quality repair.Essential Duties: Troubleshoot, diagnose and repair electronic components, parts, equipment, and systems including testing and modifications in accordance with manufacturers’ specificationsApplies principles and theories of advanced analog and digital electronics in addition to mathematics and elementary physicsUse technical manuals for product information including theory of operation, assembly drawings, schematics, and test and alignment procedures specific to each type of equipmentCompletes documentation such as shop and work order records and submits required reportsUtilize company database to retrieve specific records for making complex repairs and in turn adds personal records to database regarding repairs for future reference
Education & Experience: Required - Minimum two year electronics degree or an equivalent education, training and work experience with the ability to demonstrate a thorough understanding of advanced analog and digital electronicsPreferred - Minimum two years of experience in the maintenance and repair of various types of avionic equipment such as autopilot, radios, radar and transpondersExperienced in the use of digital meters, oscilloscopes, signal generators, spectrum analyzers and other specialized test equipmentPrefer proficiency with PCB soldering, auto-pilot, and radio repairAptitude for fine, detailed mechanical work, high level of accuracyStrong problem solving skills and ability to manage several projects at onceBasic communication skills; written, verbal, and interpersonalBasic computer skillsMust pass FAA/DOT drug screen and background checkWork ConditionsConstant handle, feel, typing and manipulation of small objectsOccasional lift and carry independently up to 35 lbs__Equal Opportunity Employer
Mid-Continent Instruments and Avionics manufactures, overhauls and repairs aircraft instruments, avionics and advanced power solutions. Operating within an AS9100C certified facility, Mid-Continent serves 57 countries and supports business and commercial aviation, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), defense, and special missions markets. The company manufactures more than 20,000 units per year and pro...cesses more than 15,000 units in its overhaul, exchange and repair operation. For additional information, visit mcico.com.
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