Are you a skilled Avionics Repair Technician looking for a stable, well-established company where you’ll have the opportunity to grow professionally? Do you enjoy being part of a cohesive team at a company with a dynamic culture? If so, we need to talk!
We Offer Some Great Benefits:
- Competitive salary
- Competitive salary
- Comprehensive, affordable medical, dental, & vision insurance benefits within the first 30 days
- Health Savings Account, Flexible Spending Account, Dependent Care Account
- 100% Company paid Life, Short Term, and Long Term Disability Insurance
- 401K plan participation with discretionary match within the first 30 days
- Generous Paid Time Off package
- A fun environment where we take the time to laugh, and provide the best experience possible for our staff, who we consider to be family
- Career growth and advancement
- And more!
About Mayo Aviation:
Mayo Aviation has been providing private chartered jets since 1978, with locations in Centennial and Aspen, Colorado. With convenient locations, this allows our customers to not worry about flight delays, poor customer service, waiting in long lines or being cramped on an aircraft. Mayo Aviation guarantees the highest level of customer satisfaction in the industry. We also provide a broad range of fleet options to meet any customers’ needs, whether that is for a business trip or family vacation. Our aircrafts offer luxury and comfort that cannot be matched.
As Avionics Technician you will performs complex, routine and non-routine repairs and checks of avionics systems and sub-systems on turboprop and corporate jet aircraft. You will be expected promote team work and accountability and help ensure that every aircraft is maintained to the highest degree of safety.
Key Roles and Responsibilities:
- Test avionics equipment under simulated or actual operating conditions to determine performance and airworthiness.
- Perform operational and functional checks on VHF/HF communication, VOR/ILS navigation, and pulse equipment including DME, Mode-S transponder and weather radar.
- Adjust, repair, or replace defective components based on analysis of test results, following schematics, component maintenance manuals, and other technical documents.
- Interrupt drawings, specifications and schematics of aircraft instrument/electronic components.
- Remove and install aircraft subsystem assemblies and components according to aircraft maintenance manuals and specifications.
- Use complex test equipment such as continuous wave and pulse generators, time domain reflectometers, frequency counters, multi-meters, deviation meters, and other specialized equipment to perform operational checks of avionics systems.
- Perform altimeter system and altitude reporting checks in compliance with FAR Part 91.411 and Part 91.413.
- Document maintenance and inspection results in accordance with Part 145 policy and procedures.