Avionics for Line and Base Maintenance
• Maintenance and servicing of avionics systems on wide body A319/320, A330, A350, B737/ B777/ B747/ B787.
• Carry out avionics component changes.
• Assist engineers in trouble-shooting and rectification of avionics faults on aircraft.
• Assist in installing and servicing avionics communications equipment.
• Ensure that newly installed systems and those that have been repaired meet requirements mandated by the Federal Aviation Administration and specifications set by aircraft manufacturers.
• Participate in designing, purchasing, testing and calibrating avionic systems such as computer and electronic communication panels.
• Inspection and testing of complex electrical and computer systems that allow aircraft to function effectively.
• Oversee airplane's radar system, radio communications equipment and the flight controls.
• Ensure aircraft systems are functioning properly.
• Removal, assemble and install electrical components, and keep detailed written records of repair work performed on aircraft. (E.g. Main Battery, Emergency Battery, Starter Generator, ACW Generator, GCU, BPCU, etc.)
• Removal, installation and functional testing of engine electronic controls (EECs).
• Performs components changes, tests, and adjustments on aircraft electrical avionics systems consistent with the quality standards.
• Minimum Diploma in engineering, preferably in Aerospace or a bachelor’s degree in a recognised institution
• At least 3 years of working experience as an avionics technician in the aviation industry, excluding OJT, position as a helper mechanic or junior mechanic
• Excellent analytical, interpersonal, communication and problem-solving skills
• Mechanically and electrically trained on Avionics systems
• Possess a valid Aircraft Mechanic License (as proof of vocation)