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Ability to troubleshoot and Repair at Board Level.Person will be required to reverse engineer black boxes and reassemble them.Needs to be familiar with testing procedures, read schematics, draw a schematic to match the board, and troubleshoot and repair.Ability to follow CMM.The ideal candidate will be able to explain the process of repair parts and also the ability reverse engineer products.

The Unplanned Avionics Technician - position is designated for the Van Nuys, CA based Bombardier Customer Response Team. The Avionics Technician duties are troubleshoots repairs, inspect, modifies and services aircraft avionics, electrical and electronic equipment. Performs and documents all work performed per appropriate manuals and regulations as required.

Aerotek is seeking Aircraft Assemblers for a contract in Winston, NC. Pay Rate: $25 to $30 an hourPer Diem: $80 daily split Contract Duration: 4 to 10 monthsDetails: Hire off Resume, No tools needed Job Description

Aerotek is seeking an experienced Aviation Machinist for a 6 month Contract to Hire in Englewood, Colorado. Pay Rate: $22 to $27 an hour DOE Shift: 2:30pm to 11:00pm (4 / 10 hour shifts)Contract Duration: 6 month Contract to Hire Qualifications

Job Description:

  • Will perform ISR Modifications including wiring installations, fabricate wiring harnesses, and install racks on various Military Surveillance Aircraft
  • Will be working off wiring diagrams and schematics

Qualifications:

Aerotek is seeking Structural Mechanics for a long term open ended contract in Centennial, Colorado. Must have Active Secret Clearance, or have held a Secret Clearance previously. Pay Rate: $35.50 per hour / $12.50 per diem split (untaxed)Overtime Rate: $34.50 per hourPer Diem: $100 per day / $12.50 per hourContract Duration: Open ended, 1 year minimum Job Description

Job Description:

Aerotek's client is currently seeking 10+ aircraft assemblers to join their team in Kinston, NC. They are currently experiencing spike in workload.Job Duties: Assembling composite and aluminum aircraft parts.

Aerotek is currently seeking several Sheetmetal Mechanics to support large MRO facility based out of Bridgeport, WV.

Aerotek's client is currently hiring A&P mechanics for immediate support on their Dash 8 aircrafts. This program is supporting the DOD and DOH.Schedule: Monday-Friday 6AM-5PMJob Description: The DHC-8 A&P Mechanic diagnoses, adjusts repairs and/or overhauls DHC-8 aircraft and related systems.

This position entails an A&P working on large military aircraft. These aircraft are undergoing C Checks on field used aircraft. Tools are required.Type of work: Heavy repair/ISR modifications on aircraft.Must have Active Security Clearance - Interim clearance required before your state date. About Aerotek: We know that a company's success starts with its employees.

The project will involve performing heavy structural modifications on corporate and military aircraft. C-130'sRESPONSIBILITIES:

$500 Relo Bonus!Currently seeking Aircraft Mechanics to support the L2G, the Army is performing the conversions on the UH-60s on the L2G program and the US Air Force is procuring the UH-60s from the US Army after the conversions are complete.

Under close supervision, this position is responsible for fabricating, modifying, installing, troubleshooting, repairing, and maintaining ground, airborne, and electronic equipment such as unmanned aerial vehicles, ground control stations, and ground support equipment in accordance with established technical specifications, engineering instructions, and technical orders / procedures.

Avionics Technician Centennial, COSalary: $35.50 /hour RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Assembly/fabrication of wire harnesses and other avionics assemblies
  • Strong blueprint or schematic reading.
  • Wire termination, soldering, splicing, and other avionics skills

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Performs a variety of tasks ranging from repetitive to non-repetitive production assembly operations on electronic and/or mechanical assemblies and subassemblies such as modules, boards, panels, drawers, frames, and cables.
  • Works from diagrams and drawings, makes initial layouts, and uses hand and/or power tools, jigs, and saws.

We are currently looking for Aircraft Assemblers with experience working with Avionics and harness install systems. JOB DESCRIPTION:

Preferred Qualifications:

Job Description:

Position Purpose: Independently perform a variety of aircraft modifications and maintenance functions such as removal and installations of airframes, landing gear, engine components, electrical components, and control systems to assure conformance to procedures, performances and test specifications. Principal Duties and Responsibilities: Essential Functions:1.

JOB DESCRIPTION: Looking for A&P's that have 2-5 years of recent experience performing line maintenance and heavy checks on their required airframe products.Experience working on gulfstream, citations, lears, challengers, and hawkers required.FIRST OR SECOND SHIFT AVAILABLE. IF INTERESTED CONTACT AT 4078035119 OR OR APPLY WITHIN!

A company in Orlando, FL is seeking highly skilled A&P mechanics with commercial or corporate jet experience to work in their corporate jet facility.

An MRO in Wilmington, OH is looking for Avionics Technicians. Work will entail Avionics Modifications on 737, 757, and 767 aircraft. Candidates must have a minimum of 4 years of experience. Must have MRO or airline experience. Must have experience performing major installations and be able to install harnesses per wiring diagrams and the ability to terminate wires.

The experimental operations avionic tech will support flight test operational activity, perform reconfiguration activity to ensure aircraft is properly fitted for each certification and experimental test activity, and perform functional test procedures to ensure avionic/electrical systems are functioning within design parameters.

Responsibilities: 1. Perform inspections, repairs, services and modifications to helicopter airframe and engines. 2. Clean up work area at the end of shift. 3. Work in the SAP computer system regarding sign offs and logging time on jobs. 4. Move and position aircraft in the hangar and on the flight line. 5. Work overtime and travel as needed.6.

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