Avionics, Electrical & Instrumentation Technician - 2nd Shift

Insight Global | Irvine, CA

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Posted Date 3/22/2024
Description Job Purpose/Summary:

Responsible for the Assembly, Inspection, Repair and Troubleshooting of aircraft avionics, electrical (high and low voltage) and instrumentation systems on rotorcraft in support of Test and Evaluation Programs. This position will ensure the safe execution of assembly, scheduled and unscheduled maintenance, preventative maintenance, inspections, functional testing, and troubleshooting in accordance with applicable Supernal and industry guidelines.

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Required Skills & Experience

Responsibilities and Duties

Interface with Program & Project Leaders, Engineering, Safety, Quality Management, Procurement, Program Management Office, and Test organization members in support of the following responsibilities:

Develop and manufacture special purpose instrumentation, cable and wiring assemblies, laboratory test equipment, and fixtures.

Aircraft Electrical Assembly, Inspection, Repair and Troubleshooting

* High Voltage

* Low Voltage

* Data

Aircraft Instrumentation Assembly, Inspection, Repair and Troubleshooting

Maintain Absolute Safety Around High Voltage Power Systems

Participate in Risk Assessments and Evaluations.

Tests electronic components and circuits to locate defects, using signal generators, amp meters, and voltmeters and other measurement equipment.

Calibrate, test and functionally check instrumentation, analyzers, control systems and other test equipment.

Read and interpret various aircraft drawings, schematics reports or specifications.

Utilization or various test equipment (oscilloscopes, multi-meters electronic bridges, loop calibrators) and hand tools.

Completes all written and electronic records (work orders, calibration sheets, time cards, material requests) required to document the work in progress and as it is completed

Work directly engineering and operations to resolve problems and procure.

Must maintain a clean working environment at all times.

Must be familiar with standard and non-standard concepts, practices, and procedures within the aviation field.

Performs build-up and maintenance of test articles, ensuring that quality objectives, configuration control, and conformity requirements are met.


Minimum GED or HS diploma required; college degree preferred.

5+ years' experience as an avionics and instrumentation technician.

Rotorcraft Experience

Experimental Flight Test Experience Preferred.

Required Skills:

Knowledge High / Low Voltage Power Systems and Safe Working Practices

Excellent verbal and written communication skills

Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail

Must have the ability to independently prioritize and accomplish work within time constraints.

Self-motivated and forward-thinking personality

Proficiency with MS Office Suite

Willing to Travel

Licenses / Certifications:

Airframe and Power Plant License Preferred

Salary51.00 Hour
Per Diem

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