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Avionics Technicians inspect and test the electrical and computer systems that permit aircraft to function. Skills relevant to this position and found on sample resumes include testing, troubleshooting, repairing, and overhauling avionics and aircraft accessories, such as air data computers and autopilot systems; and using the oscilloscope, spectrum analyzer, and ARINC 429 receiver/transmitter to test and troubleshoot avionics. Resumes in this field show that most Avionics Technicians attend 18- to 24-month programs at aviation maintenance technician schools approved by the Federal Aviation Administration. Technicians may also choose to pursue an associate's or bachelor's degree in avionics or aviation technology.

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Avionics Technician

Avionics Technician on AH-1W/UH-1W aircraft maintaining and repairing Electrical Instrument and Power Systems including Power Generation, Conversion, and Distribution Systems; Aircraft Systems including Hydraulic, Flight Controls, Automatic Flight Control and Stability Control Augmentation System, and Power Plant related Systems; Instrument Systems including Aircraft Engines, Flight and Attitude Reference Systems, and other Indicating and Warning Systems; Aircraft Compass Systems; Inertial Navigation Systems.

  • Visually Checked, Tested, and evaluated the condition of Components, Equipment, and Circuits.
  • Corrected Faulty or Defective Connections such as Opens, Shorts, and Grounds. Replaced Broken, Discolored, or Frayed Wiring.
  • Performed Final and Operational Checks upon the Completion of Routine and Non-Routine Maintenance.
  • Supervised 18 Avionics Technicians While in Combat Zone and Assigned Appropriate Skilled Technicians to Perform Required Maintenance in order to keep up with High Paced Flight which exceeded 1000 flights hours a Month and Maintenance Schedules which ensured Aircraft were Kept in a Safe, Full-Mission-Capable Status.
  • Documented work assignments using NALCOMIS ( Naval Aviation Logistics Command Operating Maintenance Information System).
Candidate Info
5
years in
workforce
5
years
at this job
BA
Applied Arts And Sciences
2

Avionics Technician

Maintained 25 F/A-18 fighter aircraft avionics systems for Air Test and Evaluation Squadron 23.

  • Oversaw the daily performance of avionics systems, including radar, communication, navigation and electronic warfare systems.
  • Provided support various contractor teams to implement experimental and testing systems on various models of F/A-18 aircraft.
  • Trained and supervised 5-7 junior technicians to increase unit readiness.
  • Inspected maintenance actions as a Quality Assurance Inspector
  • Performed under stressful conditions during Aircraft Carrier flight deck operations and combat deployments.
Candidate Info
11
years in
workforce
8
years
at this job
BS
Computer Science
3

Avionics Technician

Demonstrated superior technical skills and expertise in avionics and aircraft systems maintaining and repairing of over 454 mission critical assets totaling over 2,016 man hours with a 97% ready-for-issue rate.

  • Analyzed malfunctions via electronic test equipment, schematics, and technical publications. Performed scheduled/unscheduled maintenance on complicated aircraft avionics and electrical systems.
  • Adjusted, repaired, or replaced defective components based on analysis of test results, following schematics, and technical publications, using hand tools.
  • Effectively managed the production of 30 personnel in the repair of over 1000 avionics components.
  • Instructed and supervised 26 personnel in the deconstruction of Camp Leatherneck facilities and perimeter fencing, resulting in over 48 acres of returned land to Afghanistan.
  • Performed acceptance, in process and final inspections on 800 pieces of critical avionics components.
  • Inspected aircraft avionics components for defects and accuracy of assembly installation.
  • Trained and Supervised 20 associates in detailed troubleshooting, verifying of correctly ordered parts, and proper online documentation improving the overall repair rate to 35%.
  • Developed a standard operating procedure, which corrected recurring MV-22B throttle control lever grip discrepancies, avoiding more than $130,000 in repair charges.
  • Prepared and shipped 19 pallets of non-serviceable airfield matting type 2 and 52,800 square feet that valued $1 million.
  • Shipped and distributed 39 Hesco barrier filled containers to Kuwait and Bahrain that valued in excess of $1.2 million.
Candidate Info
9
years in
workforce
9
years
at this job
4

Aviation Maintenance /avionics Technician

Aviation Maintenance/ Avionics Technician: Read and assess key blueprints, schematics, wiring diagrams, and engineering instructions; implement when maintaining and repairing high-level electronic equipment. Trouble-shoot malfunctions and determine best course of action. Test crucial electronic and avionics units using cutting-edge techniques. Organize workspace for optimal efficiency. Evaluate performance of electronic components and report on same. Establish benchmarks for equipment functionality. Ensure that all equipment meets or exceeds highest possible safety and regulatory standards. Repair, maintain, and assemble aircraft systems equipment using pneumatic power tools. Innovate repair techniques, including complex soldering procedures.

  • Monitored, maintained, and repaired over fifty kinds of avionic units (used in four different types of aircraft).
  • Achieved fleet qualification on Boeing 737, 757, and MD-80 aircraft.
  • Certified in Teledyne CTS (Common Testing System) automatic test equipment.
  • Utilized comprehensive testing equipment, including Teradyne CTS, Boeing ATS Automatic Test Stands, Fluke and Tektronix O-Scopes, Datatrac 400H Arinc Reader, Wavetek Sweep Generator, AC/DC power supply tests, and numerous forms of custom-built testing equipment.
  • Guaranteed that all electronic equipment was capable of withstanding high demands of recurring commercial flights.
  • Ensured accuracy, efficiency, and conscientious testing in fast-paced environment.
Candidate Info
20
years in
workforce
20
years
at this job
C
Certificate
5

Avionics Technician

Converted Delta Airlines 767 and MD-11 passenger jets from 3 to 2 class seating.

  • Installed crew rest conversion modules in Delta Airlines MD-11 passenger jets.
  • Identified integration conflict and assisted in redesign and correction of crew rest intercom system power circuitry.
  • Updated existing wiring and equipment to facilitate future passenger service.
  • Converted All Nippon Airlines 767 passenger jets to Airborne Express 767 cargo jets.
  • Installed and modified all electrical systems relating to cargo carriers.
  • Performed general maintenance on multiple aircraft types including B727, B767, DC-9, MD-80, A300.
Candidate Info
5
years in
workforce
2
years
at this job
Basic Training
6

Avionics Technician

Improved maintenance turn-around average from to 10 days to 4 days using Continual Process of Improvement

  • Mentored and trained 15 technicians with 100% promotion rate
  • Performed over 1000 maintenance actions with zero defects as Quality Assurance Representative
  • Responsible for 122 aircraft systems and their maintenance actions
  • Conducted monthly and quarterly reports, analyzing data and presenting information to superiors
Candidate Info
4
years in
workforce
4
years
at this job
BS
Bachelor of Science
7

Avionics Technician

Senior Technician Flight Line / Aircraft Carrier

  • Maintained and repaired HF/VHF/UHF communication, navigation, radar, and electronic jamming systems on four electronic attack aircraft.
  • Expert on all avionics systems led to selection as Lead Flight Deck Trouble Shooter.
  • Identified anomaly in the aircraft carriers aircraft navigational system preventing unnecessary troubleshooting of navigational system on 60 aircraft. Commended by commander of carrier air group.
  • Oversaw equipment account worth millions ensuring all were in good repair and calibrated. Resulted in being recognized as "Best in Fleet" from inspectors.
  • Recognized as resident expert on avionic systems and selected to develop new inspection criteria called Improved Maintenance Concept. Criteria implemented throughout all EA-6B squadrons reducing inspection time and redirecting manpower where needed.
  • Mentored seven junior avionics technicians during final two years by passing along knowledge before separating from the Navy. Ensured excellence and mission success.
Candidate Info
9
years in
workforce
2
years
at this job
AS
Applied Science
Electronics
8

Avionics Technician

Senior Technician Flight Line / Aircraft Carrier

  • Maintained and repaired HF/VHF/UHF communication, navigation, radar, and electronic jamming systems on four electronic attack aircraft.
  • Expert on all avionics systems led to selection as Lead Flight Deck Trouble Shooter.
  • Identified anomaly in the aircraft carriers aircraft navigational system preventing unnecessary troubleshooting of navigational system on 60 aircraft. Commended by commander of carrier air group.
  • Oversaw equipment account worth millions ensuring all were in good repair and calibrated. Resulted in being recognized as "Best in Fleet" from inspectors.
  • Recognized as resident expert on avionic systems and selected to develop new inspection criteria called Improved Maintenance Concept. Criteria implemented throughout all EA-6B squadrons reducing inspection time and redirecting manpower where needed.
  • Mentored seven junior avionics technicians during final two years by passing along knowledge before separating from the Navy. Ensured excellence and mission success.
Candidate Info
9
years in
workforce
2
years
at this job
AS
Applied Science
9

Avionics Technician

Engaged with clients to identify technical issues and recommend and implement required support.

  • Applied expertise in electronic and mechanical assembly in repairing and overhauling aircraft electronics.
  • Ensured delivery of high quality work by conducting thorough testing prior to signing off on completed tasks.
  • Shared knowledge and mentored staff on pneumatic solenoids and pressure regulators.
  • Drove adherence to quality and safety standards by leading compliance with regulation and protocol.
  • Planned, implemented and delivered projects on time and in line with client requirements.
Candidate Info
42
years in
workforce
2
years
at this job
10

Avionics Technician

  • Supervised late/overnight shift while also performing duties as a quality assurance collateral duty inspector
  • Coordinated both routine and unscheduled maintenance of 25 H-1 aircraft valued at 38 million dollars each amongst 40 directly subordinate workers
  • Trained and mentored 10 subordinate Marines to include quarterly evaluations, promotional guidance, and job certification assistance
  • Administered the equipment licensing program including training, procuring licenses, assisting subordinates in licensing and verifying all are current
  • Coordinated a high volume work load with other supervisors, shops and squadrons to maintain a mission readiness exceeding 85% while maintaining an active flight schedule
  • Inspected maintainers work to verify quality and safety of maintenance performed and that all procedures were followed in accordance with technical manuals
  • Verify and certify proper documentation of all maintenance actions in server database program including worker hours, transaction type and corrective action description
Candidate Info
10
years in
workforce
5
years
at this job
C
Mixology
AS
Automotive Repair
Mechanical Engineering

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