The Lead Avionics Technician would be responsible for the supervisory functions of the Avionics team, as well as to perform avionics/electronics duties on aircraft.
Essential Job Functions:
Responsible to supervise, lead and mentor the Avionics team by effectively and efficiently communicaiting direct areas of accountability and expected performance, ongoing training, as well as employee relations.
Perform installation, maintenance and troubleshoot malfunctions of aircraft avionics and electrical systems components, such as, airborne navigation/communication systems, weather radar, autopilot, compass systems and accessories in accordance with MFG specifications and FAA guidelines (aircraft such as Piper, Cessna, Pilatus, Hawker Beech, Gulfstream and other general aviation and corporate aircraft)
Communicate with Maintenance Manager and VP of Technical Services to ensure effective scheduling and coordination of work between related departments; taking prompt corrective action where necessary
Develop and maintain customer relationships by providing information relating to current work orders and other recommended avionic services available.
Complete all checklists, forms and reports as required in accordance with the company, government and FAA regulations and guidelines
Clearly and confidently communicate with customers on company service options.
Maintain adequate knowledge to understand and follow the repair facility's Inspection Procedures Manual.
Maintain a favorable working relationship with all company team members, vendors and customers
Responsible to follow and comply with all safety rules and regulations.
Must be able to work scheduled hours.
Other duties and responsiblities as assigned by management
Degree or certificate from an accredited two (2) year college, university or technical school in avionics maintenance or electronics required or equivalent experience
3-5 years of experience with GA/Corporate aircraft; supervisory experience a plus
Knowledge of aircraft component repair
Knowledge of avionics, electronic and electrical test equipment
Knowledge of U.S. Government regulations for federal contractors and FAA maintenance programs
Excellent communication, customer service and salesmanship skill a must
A&P License a plus
Repairman Certificate a plus
FCC General Radiotelephone License
Frequent standing, walking, bending, stooping, reaching, pushing and pulling required.
Frequent work in small spaces, extreme temperatures, and heights above six feet, noisy environments and flying.
Frequent work with products, material and chemicals associated with aircraft maintenance.
For more than two decades, Fargo Jet Center has been carving a unique spot in the world of aviation as a top-rated aviation service company that serves an aviation community spanning the world. Much of the success and recognition can be accredited to hard-working staff and Fargo Jet Center hopes to continue to add to its award-winning team.
Fargo Jet Center, which is located on the north side of ...Hector International Airport in Fargo, ND, is always on the lookout for flight line technicians, pilots, mechanics, electronics technicians, meteorologists, customer service representatives and more to add to our team. The company offers great benefits such as health and dental insurance, 401(k), tuition reimbursement, paid time off, holiday pay, discounts on flight lessons, aircraft rentals, and more.