The Role of a Experienced UAV Electronics Technician
- Understand electronics technology and computer systems – In this job, you will perform troubleshooting and repairs of ground and airborne electronic equipment. You will perform inspections, preventative maintenance, installation, configuration, operation, test and repair of various technical systems in accordance with established operating procedures to ensure safety of flight.
- Strong interpersonal skills and good integrity – You will interface with internal and external customers and provide technical guidance and training on remotely piloted aircraft systems and maintenance practices. This job requires strict adherence to the use of technical documents, policies, procedures and sound maintenance principles.
- Sound judgment and reasoning abilities –This job requires you to diagnose technical issues on complex systems and correct malfunctions returning equipment to flightworthy condition. You will utilize your vast experience, knowledge and troubleshooting skills to determine solutions to routine and complex problems. You will assess equipment condition to meet mission requirements and contribute to a safe operating environment.
- Ability to obtain and maintain a DoD Secret security clearance.
- Other duties as assigned.
We Offer Fantastic Benefits
- Paid on-the-job training (OJT) program enables successful performance and career advancement.
- Competitive salaries in a pay-for-performance environment.
- 401(K) and Pension Plan with company contribution.
- Comprehensive and affordable medical, dental and vision benefits with coverage offered within the first 30 days.
- Enhanced benefits package including life and disability insurances, flexible spending accounts and legal plans.
- Regular Full Time
- 9/80 work week
- Shift work with paid differentials
Licenses and Certifications
- A&P License – desirable
- FCC GROL – desirable
- NCATT AET – desirable
Ability to apply good analytical, interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills to accurately assess, document and report equipment condition, maintenance actions and operational status.Ability to apply personal integrity, sound reasoning and judgment to ensure a safe work environment and flight safety.Must be able to read and interpret technical publications, engineering instructions, schematics, drawings, and blueprints.Must possess the ability to use standard electronic test equipment and specialized instruments to test and repair ground and airborne electronic equipment.Must be able to work both independently and in a team environment, work extended hours, outdoors and in confined spaces.
- Typically requires education al training equivalent to the completion of a two-year technical degree or trade school equivalency as well as two or more years of experience in electronics, technology or aviation – diverse experiences welcomed. Equivalent professional experience may be substituted in lieu of education.
- Ability to analyze data, troubleshoot complex problems and recommend solutions, and perform a variety of non-routine tasks demonstrating considerable knowledge of electronic industry standards.