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Sr Service Center Technician 2
Ref No.: 18-05255
Location: Federal Way, Washington
Work Authorization:US Citizen
-submittal limit is 5 per supplier
-candidates must be US Citizens or Permanent Residents
-minimum HS DIPLOMA/GED required!
-shift is be 2nd shift (10pm-6:00am), Monday - Friday or 4th shift (2:00p-10:30p) Sunday- Thursday (Training may be on any of the 3 shifts. 1st week mandatory 1st shift for training involving ES&H. The trainer is on 1st shift so is the likely place to train for approximately 3 months give or take a few weeks). Additionally, Workmanship standards (solder training) must take place for 1 week in Wilsonville, Oregon (expenses reimbursed)
-DOT Drug and Background screens are required

**********need candidates with direct avionics bench (component) repair experience**********

**the technician proficiency exam which is part of the interview process (Exam has a 2 hour time limit). Tutorials can be found here:***

***there will also be a basic keyboard skills typing test!***

***manager needs to see candidates with COMPONENT LEVEL TROUBLESHOOTING EXPERIENCE. Has been receiving candidates with Aircraft Level experience such as on wing troubleshooting and removal of aircraft Line Replaceable Units (LRU's). Require candidates experienced with Avionics troubleshooting and repair to component level (BGA's, capacitors, resistors, etc...) Knowledge in RF/digital/analog theory and application. Ideal candidate will be troubleshooting avionics such as Flight Control Computers, Radio Communication, Navigation and Weather Radar equipment. ***

physical address is:
32125 32nd Ave S #110
Federal Way, WA
Key Responsibilities:
-Set up and operate precision test equipment for alignment, troubleshooting and testing of electronic equipment and systems. Possess a working knowledge of standard test equipment, oscilloscopes, ohmmeters, signal generators, spectrum analyzers etc., as well as a working knowledge of custom made test equipment including automatic test equipment.
-Have a basic understanding of advanced test equipment functions. Reprogram replacement equipment, determines possible failures.
-Be proficient in through-hole soldering techniques.
-Have a working knowledge of various avionics systems, basic electronics theories and associated circuitry and components.
-Align and adjust advanced electrical components on units being tested to ensure proper functioning of electrical circuits, utilizing established test procedures.
-Analyze circuitry and physically check wiring and operation of various electronic parts, units, and system components necessary to locate malfunction causes found during testing of components, equipment or systems.
-Performs difficult electrical/mechanical repair operations consisting of disassembly and assembly of units. Determine requirements and install modifications as set forth by Service Bulletin or other authorized documentation.
-Properly prioritize time to meet production needs as assigned by senior technicians, leads and management.
-Follows all applicable Federal and State laws and regulations applicable to Service Center Operations. Maintain adequate and current knowledge of applicable FAR/EASA regulations as well as legal and contractual obligations.
-Follow safety requirements and performs duties in accordance with all safety procedures. Participates in facility safety program.
-May be required to perform related duties as assigned.
-Accept training as needed to work other areas of the shop as workloads demands.
-Access advanced test equipment functions. Reprogram replacement equipment, determines possible failures.

-Minimum 3 years of avionics component repair experience, desire/preference for experienced RF/Digital technician.
•Associates Degree or equivalent Military/Trade School. Military experience and/or FCC License a plus
•Repair experience in one or more of the following technologies is highly desired – COM/NAV, Surveillance, Autopilot, and Multifunction Displays.
•DOT Drug and Background check
•US Citizen or Permanent Resident