ROLE AND MANDATE
•The Avionics “E” Technician is responsible for performing maintenance, service and repairs on Aircraft Aviation systems. All work must meet company standards and TC regulatory requirements.
MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES
•Repair, overhaul, install, calibrate and test aircraft instruments ;
•Repair, overhaul, install, modify and test electrical aircraft systems and equipment ;
•Search for breakdowns, repair, overhaul, test, install and inspect avionics systems and electronic components of aircraft, including communications, navigation, autopilot, Pitot static, entertainment, radar, AC & DC power distribution and lighting equipment;
•Certify that the installation, maintenance, repair and overhaul work meet performance and safety standards of Transport Canada and AAR.
· Manage installation and service projects as assigned by the Supervisor.
•Compile work orders, inspections, repair and overhaul documentation in work records.
•Responsible for traceability on parts issued from stores to assigned job tasks.
•Report unserviceable maintenance equipment and tools.
•Report unsafe or unapproved work conditions and practices to department Supervisor.
•Attend training courses and Type Endorsements on multiple plane types.
•Any additional duties and projects as assigned.
SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS
•Hold valid AME “E” License
•Knowledge of Avionics components and associated aircraft systems
•Endorsement/experience on type
•Proven ability to liaise with other Company personnel and outside agencies
•Must have a good understanding of avionics systems, components and aircraft
•Extensive knowledge of all documentation and processes related to Transport Canada regulations and any other Approved Authority.
•Excellent communication and organization skills
•Flexibility to work shift work and overtime.
Job Types: Full-time, Permanent