Avionics Technician (King Air)
At Dynamic Aviation, we solve unique challenges for our customers with innovative aviation solutions. Our focus is on operations that serve, protect, and enhance the lives of families and communities worldwide. Whether modifying aircraft to help protect our service members overseas, performing geographical mapping for scientific research, or working to suppress large wild fires on the West Coast, we serve with integrity and excellence.
Since our beginning in 1967, Dynamic Aviation continues a legacy of building strong relationships among our coworkers, community and customers. Guided by our values, our talented team of more than 500 aviation professionals provide the foundation of our success. At Dynamic Aviation, everyone has the opportunity to make an impact and enrich the lives of others.
You will grow both personally and professionally being a part of our team. We enjoy helping our employees achieve their potential and support them every step of the way.
Are you ready to make a difference in your career and in the world? Opportunity awaits!
Purpose: The Avionics Technician is responsible for installation, fabrication, modification, repair, fault isolation, and maintenance of King Air aircraft.
Hours: Monday - Friday 7AM - 4PM (with an hour lunch break)
- Inspect, troubleshoot, repair, and perform both scheduled and unscheduled maintenance in a high-quality and efficient manner
- Troubleshoot and test instruments, components, and assemblies using various tools such as circuit testers, oscilloscopes voltmeters, etc.
- Inspect, maintain, and install electronic systems, such as navigational systems, radar technology, radio communication systems, flight control tools, and other avionics systems
- Perform operational/functional checks on aircraft electrical systems and equipment
- Operate equipment to test, diagnose, locate, and repair deficiencies
- Utilize a strong understanding of electronic theory to effect timely repairs
- Assemble components including switches, electrical controls, and junction boxes
- Lay out installation of aircraft assemblies and systems
- Install, route, upgrade, and repair wire harnesses
- Install avionics equipment per engineering drawings while following wiring standards
- Perform basic soldering, harness build up and installation including wire stripping and crimping, fault isolation and repair of avionics system failures
- Read and interpret technical data including original equipment manufacturer maintenance manuals, illustrated part catalogs, wiring diagrams, service bulletins, etc.to direct maintenance repairs
- Maintain a safe and clean work environment and report any unsafe conditions
- Maintains responsibility for proper execution of parts tag instructions in accordance with the Repair Station Quality Control Manual
- Maintain communication with assigned Team Lead for task updates and status reports
- Other duties as assigned
- Demonstrated experience in the fault isolation and repair of avionics systems
- 2+ Years of recent hands-on avionics maintenance and modification experience (King Air and/or Dash 8 experience preferred)
- Extensive ability to read and use schematics and blueprints
- High school education required; some college preferred
- Electronics trade school or military training equivalent for repairing electronics preferred
- A&P license strongly preferred
- FAA Part 145 knowledge preferred
- Work well with others in team environment
- Experience working in AS9100 or ISO 9001 environment preferred
- Ability to:
- Crawl in and out of tight spaces
- Comfortably work at elevated heights of at least 40 feet for extended periods of time
- Lift, balance and carry up to 50 lbs.
- Work in enclosed hangars and exterior weather conditions
- Pay Type Hourly
- Bridgewater, VA, USA