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Avionics Technician

Job Details

ARR - Sugar Grove, IL
$30.00 - $34.00 Hourly

Who We Are:

AVIATION, FROM THE GROUND UP!

Revv Aviation, is a fast-growing aviation services company dedicated to a people-first philosophy. With multiple locations throughout the Midwest, Revv has created a one-stop shop for all aviation needs, setting us apart from the competition. Each hub offers charter, pilot training, avionics maintenance, fuel and line services, aircraft sales and acquisition, aircraft rental, hangar and aircraft management.

We are a hardworking, caring team of doers creating innovative ways to resolve the toughest challenges for aviators, charter travelers, and flight school students. We encourage growth and development through collaboration, even offering all employees the opportunity to take a Discovery Flight to explore all aviation has to offer. A career in aviation starts by looking up and dreaming of what's possible. 

What You Will Do:

 

As an Avionics Technician, you will be responsible for performing avionics troubleshooting, repairs, installations, fabrication & modification of wire bundles and assisting the Revv Aviation Maintenance department as needed.

  • Performing avionics inspections, repairs, alterations, and installations on aircraft in accordance with current technical data provided.
  • Fabricating wiring bundles in accordance with engineering drawings and current technical data provided.
  • Performing installations of wiring in aircraft, as well as the removal of wiring from the aircraft.
  • Performing altitude reporting system, static system, and transponder checks per 14 CFR part 91.411 & 91.413 and part 43, Appendices E and F.
  • Repairing components approved under the repair station capability list.
  • Properly operating all specialty or calibrated tools and equipment within your assigned area of responsibility.
  • Properly recording the work performed in accordance with methods established by the repair station.
  • Maintaining the preservation of all parts during the work process installation with proper handling and storage.
  • Reporting all missing or inoperative tools and equipment to the Avionics Supervisor.
  • Maintaining all shop equipment and vehicles in a working and fully functional order.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Who You Are:

Qualifications:

  • Avionics experience:
    • Experience working on and troubleshooting aircraft avionics and airframe systems on general aviation or corporate aviation aircraft.
    • Experience fabricating and installing wiring harnesses/bundles on bench and in aircraft.
    • Fundamental knowledge of avionics, electronic and electrical test equipment.
  • Excellent communication and customer service skills.
  • Ability to obtain FAA repairman certificate.
  • Must be 18 years of age.
  • Must have current driver’s license.
  • Must have high school diploma or GED.
  • Must be able to safely operate company motor vehicles.
  • Must have basic computer skills.
  • Must be able to work in temperature extremes and in confined spaces.