Tech Avionics A/C-573-AP

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## Description
To perform the less complex tasks of functional testing, troubleshooting and repairing avionics systems on board the aircraft at a Cessna/Citation Service Center.
I. Performs the functional testing required to isolate a customer complaint in a particular avionics system and repairing that aircraft system in accordance with FAA procedures. A. Based on in-flight analysis and/or evaluation of information received from the customer, diagnoses problems and takes corrective action.
B. Troubleshoots problems to defective units or wiring discrepancies.
C. Replaces defective units, repairs wiring and modifies aircraft as required.
II. As required, accompanies pilot in flight to functional test repaired systems and/or aligned systems.
III. Works from aircraft orders, wiring diagrams, oral and written instructions to perform job duties.
IV. Responsible only for own work.
V. Performs other related duties as required.
## Qualifications
Duties require knowledge in the field of electronics and the ability to use test equipment connected with this field. Equivalent to 4 years high school plus training equal to 2 years college or technical school.
Duties require over one year and up to three years of experience in aircraft avionics systems, troubleshooting and repair.
Generally good working conditions, occasionally exposed to disagreeable weather conditions.
Textron (and its subsidiaries) participates in E-Verify. We will provide the U.S. Social Security Administration (SSA) and, if necessary, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) with information from each new employer's Form I-9 to confirm work authorization.
Job Field: Product Support
Primary Location: US-Kansas-Wichita
Schedule: Full-time
Job Level: Individual Contributor
Shift: Second Shift
Job Posting: 01/28/2014, 4:10:53 PM
Req ID: 222208
Recruiting Company: Cessna Aircraft

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