Avionics Electronics Bench Technician - Autopilot Team (Req ID 2020-306)

Avionics & Instruments Lincoln, Nebraska

The Avionics Electronics Bench Technician troubleshoots and repairs or overhauls moderately complex aircraft instruments and avionics components to manufacturer specifications customer expectations, and Duncan approved procedures in a clean and safe work environment, with assistance as needed. In addition, this position accurately prepares and completes appropriate documentation.

Essential Job Functions

1. Troubleshoots and repairs or overhauls moderately complex avionics components and instruments, including "quick turns", using the appropriate test equipment and technical publications, according to manufacturer specifications customer expectations, and Duncan approved procedures, with assistance as needed. Orders parts needed to complete the work.

2. Prepares complete and timely documentation, including updating work order status, as required by Duncan approved procedures, manufacturers' maintenance manuals and FAA regulations.

3. Prepares complete, accurate, and timely information for creating repair estimates.

4. Maintains and cleans test equipment and work area as required.

5. Performs other duties as assigned by management. 

Job Specific Requirements

  • Licenses/Certificates: N/A
  • Attendance: Regularly scheduled attendance required
  • Physical: Routinely lifts 10 lbs., occasionally 50 lbs.; identifies colors; tolerates standing and sitting; reads small print; tolerates products and materials associated with component maintenance
  • Environmental: Tolerates working in a noisy environment
  • Work Schedule: Monday through Friday, 7:00 AM to 3:30 PM

Education and Experience

Avionics Bench Technician I:

  • Associates Degree in Electronics or equivalent required

Avionics Bench Technician II:

  • Associates Degree in Electronics or equivalent experience required
  • Minimum one year previous avionics/instrument repair or related experience required

Avionics Bench Technician III:

  • Associates Degree in Electronics or equivalent experience required
  • Minimum five years previous avionics/instrument repair or related experience required