* 1st Sift- OT is limited and carefully securitized.
*Position is onsite
*Good screening questions should center around ability to identify electrical components and to read schematics
*Interview process: Candidate will come onsite to pass an Electrical Theory test (about 45 mins). If candidate passes test, interview takes place immediately thereafter. If candidates does not pass test, interview process does not move forward
The *** ASW Electronics Repair Technician III is responsible for all critical electronic maintenance, test, repairs, services, and modifications of electronic equipment in accordance with FAA regulations.
Troubleshoots and repairs electronic equipment to component level in accordance with FAA regulations and company IPM (Inspections Procedures Manual)
Modifies equipment according to service bulletin and/or manufacturer documentation
Receives training in the use of more specialized test equipment and learn advanced troubleshooting procedures
Follows specific layout and schematic diagrams to repair and maintain simple or advanced devices or subunits of equipment and schematic diagrams such as power supplies, oscillators, amplifiers, etc.
May work on alternative assignments with detailed written or oral instructions
Completes quality and production paper work, prepares estimates, and maintains maintenance documentation in accordance with current quality assurance requirements
Communicates with cross-functional departments as required to support repair process
Participates in Technician cross-training programs and may be assigned to other teams for short or long term assignments
Completes repairs in accordance with company ISO procedures and within company objectives
Works independently with little or no supervision, unless in need of collaboration with another electronics technician
Carries out prescribed procedures according to an established schedule, and discovers further repair work required without direct instruction
Review work orders to ensure customer requested activities have been complied with, prior to release of the repair
Minimum of four (4) years repair experience on electronics to a component level. Preferred in the commercial airline and/or aviation products support or a two (2) year college level degree in electronics related field.
Required to have a mastery understanding of electronic theories and techniques and familiarity with standard electronic components
Mastery understanding in the use of more specialized test instruments and learn advanced troubleshooting procedures
Must have familiarity with in-shop practices, regulations, processes and troubleshooting awareness
Must have understanding of Federal Aviation Regulations and other governing regulatory requirements
Ability to query historical and other data for LRUs within the database programs
Able to meticulously document incoming product condition and maintenance activities
Organizational fit for the *** ASW experience culture
Pass a seven (7) year background check and pre-employment drug test
Legally eligible to work in the country in which the position is located
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Familiarity with both analog and digital electronics, hardware and software
Must have experience using a PC (personal computer)
Ability to read and understand engineering drawings and wiring diagrams
Ability to understand and speak English in order to read technical literature, follow oral instructions and communicate with cross functional team members
Required to have an understanding of electronic theories and techniques and familiarity with standard electronic components
Ability to use basic and advanced test instruments and perform adjustments as necessary
Understanding and advanced experience troubleshooting with schematic diagrams
Willing to think out-of-the-box to solve operational and technical problems
Type Equipment/Software Used
Manual and Automatic Test Benches, PC, Oscilloscope, and Multimeters
Work Environment/Physical Demands
General office and electronics Lab environment
FAA approved repair station
Position subject to FAA drug program requirements
Occasional overtime and flexibility in work schedule
Some stress may occur
Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds
High School Diploma or GED
***1st Shift
Must work onsite
Languages 1:
English Read Write Speak

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