Optical Display Engineering, is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Avionics Technician/Instrument Technician . Compensation based on experience. Excellent benefits package available. The ideal candidate will be customer service oriented and willing to work as part of a team.
- High School Diploma or equivalent internationally recognized qualification.
- Recognized technical qualification or relevant experience.
- Technology preferred or equivalent military education and experience.
- Technician Certificate or equivalent
- 3 – 5 years bench experience in an electronic systems repair environment.
- Must be able to test and troubleshoot complex analog and digital electronics systems to the component level and secure or remove parts using various methods such as soldering, crimping, fastening and gluing.
- Ability to operate programmable auto-testers, samplers, real-time oscilloscopes, pulse generators, meters, power supplies, and special test fixtures. Ability to use Volt-ohm meters, frequency meters, distortion analyzers, audio and video signal generator, and semi-automatic test equipment.
- Identify and utilize appropriate engineering documentation and maintenance manuals to assess design configuration and to conduct repair actions.
- Understanding of electronic circuit design for fault isolation and troubleshooting.
- Ability to work on complex miniature electromechanical devices using common hand tools.
- Must have an understanding of soldering techniques on surface mount technology where acrylic conformal coating is used is required.
- Knowledgeable with the use of power tools.
- Effectively communicate with shop supervision, Engineering and Quality departments to solve technical repair problems.
- Must have a working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications.
- Has substantial understanding of the job and applies knowledge and skills to complete a wide range of tasks.
- Works on assignments that are moderately difficult, requiring judgment in resolving issues or in making recommendations.
- Normally receives little instruction on daily work, general instructions on newly introduced assignments.
- A criminal, educational, driving record, I-9 E-verify, and employment background check will be required as well as a DOT FAA drug screen.
Electronics / Avionics Engineer
We are a small, but growing FAA repair facility specializing in the creation and/ repair of LCD displays. We need an individual that can:
- Provide Electronic/Electrical Engineering support for current repair programs
- Support new product development
- Guide and assist in working with the new strategic suppliers
- Design, upgrade, troubleshoot & manage installation test programs
BSEE/BSME degree with experience in a product engineering support or design/development engineering role in some of the following areas:
- AMLCD applications
- Avionics & instrumentation
- Instrument and/or Test Equipment Designing and construction
- Experience with complex electro/mechanical instruments not just circuit board or sub‑systems preferred.
- Design experience with digital and analog circuits for instrumentation
- Conduct acceptance tests, qualifications tests, system configuration, generate test reports
- Experience in PCB layout, construction and test techniques
- Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions.
- Experience troubleshooting and testing circuit designs
- Basic understanding and knowledge of programming
Drug Free Environment Mandate – This is an FAA repair station where all employees are subject to DOT drug & alcohol testing as a condition of employment and subject to random testing during employment.
ITAR Compliance- This position requires access to or use of information which is subject to the Federal International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR). All applicants for this position must be U.S. Persons within the meaning of ITAR. ITAR defines “U.S. Person” as U.S. citizen, lawful permanent resident of the U.S., person admitted as a refugee to the U.S., person granted asylum in the U.S., or person granted the status of alien lawfully admitted for temporary residence to the U.S. under 8 U.S.C. §1160(a) (for special agricultural workers) or 8 U.S.C. §1255(a)(1) (an amnesty program).