Careers – Avionics Specialist with a focus on Garmin technology
- Avionics Technician is responsible for fabrication and installation of certified and experimental avionics and electrical components in new production aircraft.
- Technician must perform a variety of installations and maintenance tasks on avionics hardware and wiring assemblies.
- Typical equipment installations include both standard and glass panel components from Garmin, Dynon, TruTrak several and several other brand components.
- Technician must work within estimated time, perform operational checks, troubleshoot, and repair avionics and electrical systems on all types of aircraft.
ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES:
- Perform such typical functions as cabling, component removal/installation, wire harness removal/installation, fabrication/repair of wire assemblies, and continuity checks.
- Troubleshoot existing avionics installation interconnects and use test equipment to verify proper function of installed avionics
- Fabricate and install all wiring assemblies, static lines, and associated mechanical equipment.
- Follow all applicable specifications to accomplish a specific task.
- Maintain a clean and safe working environment.
- Perform work within estimated hours.
- Follow all safety procedures and specifications in accordance with applicable company, FAA, and customer standards of quality.
- Execute all required paperwork in connection with assigned normal duties.
- Use and operate ground support equipment, as applicable and if qualified, in a safe manner.
- Work with little or no supervision and accomplish assignments with little or no rework.
- Assist other employees in the performance of their job assignments through coaching, counseling, and guidance.
- Interface effectively with members of management, other departments, and co-workers.
- Must have own basic tools.
- Plus is having a passion for tube and fabric aircraft with well-rounded maintenance background in piston aircraft.
Legend Aircraft team is looking for positive minded and self-motivated team players.
- High School diploma or equivalent.
- Language (read, write, speak, and understand English).
- Two (2) or more years’ experience troubleshooting and effecting Avionics repairs on Garmin Avionics Equipment.
PREFERRED but Not Necessary:
- FAA Airframe and Powerplant or FAA Airframe certificate.
- FCC License.
- Two (2) or more years’ experience troubleshooting and effecting Avionics Repairs on General Aviation category aircraft or two (2) or more years proven performance within company .’