Performs inspections, checks, troubleshooting, repair, overhaul, maintenance and preservation of avionics and similar equipment. Performs calibration of tools and equipment. Performs bore sighting operations.


Must be able to work with and maintain standard and non-standard test equipment, instruments, meters, and gauges used in troubleshooting, repair, and overhaul of aircraft armament, avionics, electrical, instrument systems, and replaces and performs operational checks of bulbs.
Performs inspection, functional check, troubleshooting, modification, repair, overhaul, and maintenance and preservation of avionics, radio, electromechanical, radar, navigation, autopilot, automatic stabilization, instrument, ASE equipment, photo and armament systems, components, and parts.
Works with design, test, and development personnel in adapting new armament, avionics, electrical, and instrumentation designs to aircraft installations; and fabricates/assembles the needed wires, panels, and test and recording devices to accomplish the assigned job.
Performs in-house calibration requirements of tools and equipment used by employees in this and lower classifications.
May be required to participate in aerial flights.
Performs bore sighting operations that require both mechanical and electrical adjustments. This classification will work with the classification of Aircraft Armament Technician in accomplishing the bore sighting operation. When bore sighting operations require only mechanical adjustments, i.e., when there are no electrical testing or adjustments in the bore sighting operation, the Aircraft Armament Technician will be assigned to perform the bore sighting operation.
Replaces aircraft batteries.
Minimum of ten years’ experience in aviation.
Must have a broad knowledge of AC/DC electricity, electromechanical components, radio and electronics (state-of-the-art) including radar and navigation, autopilot/automatic stabilization, and armament systems as used in aircraft.
Must have a knowledge of, and ability to apply, shop mathematics in the performance of the job.

AW139 experience highly desired.
USAF helicopter maintenance experience highly desired.


HS Diploma or equivalent required.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS (Certifications, Etc.)

FCC license required.
Must be able to obtain and maintain a Secret Clearance.
Must be a US Citizen.

Pinnacle Solutions is an equal opportunity employer. Minorities/Females/Disabled/Veterans

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