Now hiring an experienced Avionics Technician for AVMATS Jet Support
Spirit of St. Louis Airport, Chesterfield, Missouri
- Candidate must posses skills and knowledge in aircraft avionics for the performance of scheduled maintenance and inspections, repairs and modifications on all types of business jet and turboprop aircraft.
- Day shift position, 6:45 am - 3:15 pm Monday thru Friday, overtime as needed.
- Position candidate will report directly to Avionics Shop Manager.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
- Applicant must have working knowledge of aircraft avionics and electrical systems. Performance of aviation technician functions including inspection, repair, system checkout and FAR 91.411/.413 experience.
- Ideal candidate would have experience with installation or a basic understanding of: VHF Comm systems, GPS, VOR, ILS, DME, transponder systems, Autopilot systems, Pitot-Static systems (including RVSM re-certifications), Aircraft batteries, Cabin entertainment systems, FAA regulations, and general flight line troubleshooting. Prior issuance of an FAA Repairman Certificate with an avionics repair station is a plus; as well as having an FCC license. Applicants should include a summary of their training history.
- Completion of all Inspection Forms and FAA Form 337's. Records will be completed and processed through the Inspection Department.
- Check conformance with approved drawings or approved data.
- Keep current on regulations and all technical data for work assigned.
- Assist the Chief Inspector in completing their duties, and advise them of unairworthy conditions, or procedures contrary to this Repair Station Manual or the Quality Control System and Procedures Manual.
- Responsible to assure all parts received from stock have a proper maintenance release tag, or in the case of shelf-life materials, that the items are not outdated.
- Assure that the calibration of all inspection aids and test equipment used are up to date.
- Familiarization with the content and procedures of Repair Station manual.
- See that all necessary safety precautions are followed around the aircraft and all work areas to prevent the possibility of any accident or injuries.
- Notify the appropriate Shop Manager in the event of unsafe condition or safety hazards.
- High school diploma or GED.
- 3+ years of work related experience.
- Specific experience with avionics system development preferred.
- Knowledge of Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR’s).
- Exceptional problem solving.
- Excellent communications skills at all levels.
- Possesses quality focus and documentation skills.
- Be able to stand, walk, sit, reach with hands/arms, climb, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl.
- May require lifting and/or moving up at least 50 pounds or more.