Kubick Aviation Services
Kubick Aviation Services, Inc. seeks an Avionics Maintenance Technician to join their fun, dynamic and growing team in Kingsford, Michigan. The Avionics Technician repairs and services electronics systems on aircraft including radar, radio and control systems.
RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE AVIONICS TECHNICIAN.
- Perform maintenance, troubleshoots to determine malfunctions, and tests/inspects aircraft avionics components & electrical systems such as: airborne navigation/communication systems, weather radar, autopilot, compass systems, and accessories in accordance with manufacturing specifications and FAA guidelines.
- Repairs/overhauls/modifies aircraft communication components, navigation components, autopilot and other electrical system components and accessories to specifications.
- Uses all mandated safety equipment and complies with all safety requirements in accordance with company and government regulations and guidelines.
- Completes checklists, forms and reports, as required, in accordance with the company, government, and FAA regulations and guidelines.
- Responsible for keeping work area clean, safe and orderly at all times.
COMPENSATION/BENEFITS. Starting wage of $16 – $25 per hour with ample opportunity to advance based on your knowledge, experience and contributions to the team in addition to a monthly wellness stipend, SIMPLE IRA retirement plan, life insurance, accidental death benefit, vision insurance, paid vacation, paid holidays, YMCA membership & company provided apparel.
WHAT YOU NEED TO SUCCEED AS A KUBICK AVIONICS TECHNICIAN.
- High school diploma or equivalent, required.
- 2-year degree or certification in avionics maintenance or a directly related field, or equivalent military training, or 2 years’ experience in the field of avionics bench level maintenance.
- Possess FCC General Radiotelephone License, a bonus.
- Previous experience with Cessna Conquest and Citation aircraft, a bonus.
- Possess keen troubleshooting skills and working knowledge of aircraft component repair, avionics maintenance, electric/electrical test equipment and understanding of FAA maintenance terminology/regulations.
- Ability to interpret drawings, specifications and schematics of aircraft/electric components.
- Ability to follow safe work practices, proper lifting techniques & wear protective equipment.
- Ability to sit, stand, bend, kneel, crawl, twist and reach; lift objects above head; work in tight spaces; lift of up to 50 pounds, as needed.
- Possess sufficient vision to perform the functions of this position.
- Ability to pass a background check and pre-employment drug screen.
- A professional manner at all times with excellent verbal and written communication skills.
- Possess an impeccable attendance record, exceptional work ethic and exemplary time management skills.
INTERESTED? Apply online below.
No phone calls, emails or walk-ins please.