Avionics technicians are specialists who install, maintain and repair a plane’s electronic instruments, such as radio communication devices, radar systems, and navigation aids. With the advancement of digital technology, technicians are required to maintain and configure complex computer systems. Are you up for the challenge? Search AEA’s career listings below and see what’s on your horizon.
Aerospace Electronics Inc.
2899 W. Prospect Road
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309
The opportunity to join our Boca Aircraft Maintenance team is here! BAM offers competitive salaries, up
to $40 per hour (based on experience) as well an extraordinary benefits package: medical, dental, vision
and 401k. BAM also offers opportunities for employees to continue their training by providing school
Boca Aircraft Maintenance is hiring for the following positions:
Boca Raton Airport:
Avionics Installer (M-F 8:00 am to 4:30 pm)
A&P Technicians – 2nd shift (M-F 3:00 pm – 11:00 pm)
A&P Technicians (M-F 8:00 am to 4:30 pm)
Miami-Opa Locka Executive Airport:
Quality Inspector (M-F 8:00 am to 4:30 pm)
Avionics Installers (M-F 8:00 am to 4:30 pm)
Lead A&P Tech (M-F 8:00 am to 4:30 pm)
A&P Technicians (M-F 8:00 am to 4:30 pm; M-F 2:00 pm to 10:30 pm)
Join a team of people committed to creating the next generation of aviation technicians. Our aviation program is a key player in a regional and state-wide effort to build a world class employee base for emerging technologies in the rapidly growing field.
Assist the Program Manager in providing instructional and technical support for aviation and advanced avionics labs. Assist in ensuring that appropriate tools, parts, and equipment are available, well-maintained, and in operational order and that the labs are prepared and ready for projects as schedule dictates. Assist in maintaining appropriate student, staff, and facility safety. Works directly with students, assisting them with necessary support for the accomplishment of aviation and avionics projects and theory assignments. Reports to Associate Dean of Aviation.
FAA AMT Certificate with Airframe and Powerplant Ratings (or ability to obtain)
Mechanical aptitude and a willingness to learn
Adapts in changing environments; able to be flexible in shifting projects or priorities to meet needs
Professional, ethical, and appropriate in all public and private interactions
Able to meet deadlines and manage stress well
Strong interpersonal and customer service skills
Demonstrated ability to collaborate with diverse groups to achieve goals
Comfortable and proficient in communicating and operating in a virtual environment
Ability to complete required training for specialty equipment
Can safely operate basic hand or power tools to create simple objects for use by the faculty (e.g. shipping crates, jigs, and cradles)
Understands basic construction principles
Must possess a current, valid, unrestricted driver’s license
$33,336 to $43,344 per year plus benefits. This is a full time, 12 month position.
Hours typically Monday through Friday 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. during summer quarter. Beginning fall quarter 2018, 1:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. to support evening classes. Schedule may vary depending on department needs.
Fieldtech Avionics and Instruments is an approved FAA/EASA part 145 repair station located on
Meacham International Airport in Fort Worth Texas. This facility specializes in bench
level repair services for aircraft Radios, Instruments, and Accessories. Fieldtech Avionics and
Instruments is accepting applications for dedicated and qualified individuals who are interested in
becoming part of our team.
Company Benefits: Fieldtech Avionics and Instruments offers highly competitive benefit packages
which include paid Holidays, Vacation/Personal days, as well as Medical/Dental Coverage Plan(s) and
Life insurance. We also provide an opportunity to participate in
a 401(k) plan that gives employees the opportunity and incentive to save for retirement through
regular payroll deductions. Employee salary compensation will be based on experience. Fieldtech
Avionics workplace in compliance
with FAA and DOT regulations.
Job Responsibilities and Expectations:
Hours will be Monday – Friday 8am to 5pm with some weekend and overtime opportunities.
Individuals will be responsible for testing, troubleshooting, and repairing of avionics
equipment and certifying that the equipment is returned to service in accordance with
manufacturer’s maintenance manuals and FAA regulations.
Daily use of industry standard and specialized test equipment for the purpose of aiding in
the testing, troubleshooting and repairing of aircraft radio, instruments, and accessories to
the component level.
Soldering associated with repairs of electrical wiring, circuit boards, and electronic devices.
Maintain a safe work environment by following policies and procedures.
Advancement of job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities to include but
not limited to the study of technical publications and aircraft systems.
Skills and Qualifications:
Strong attention to detail.
Mechanical and electrical troubleshooting.
Electronic component level theory.
Read and comprehend schematics and wiring diagrams.
Follow flow charts
Use of advanced test equipment
Basic computer skills
Perform tests in accordance with component maintenance manuals.
Minimum Qualifications to qualify for consideration, you must meet each of the following
minimum qualifications and requirements:
High School Diploma, GED or Military background.
Ability to speak and read English proficiently.
Strong communication skills in a diverse group.
Must have knowledge in the proper operation of a multimeters, oscilloscopes, signal
generators, and soldering equipment.
Must be able to identify symbols on schematics and wiring diagrams.
Ability to perform electronic troubleshooting down to component level.
Avionics technicians are specialists who install, maintain and repair a plane’s electronic instruments, such as radio communication devices, radar systems, and navigation aids. With the advancement of digital technology technicians are required to maintain and configure complex computer systems. Are you up for the challenge?