Title: Electronic Technician/Avionic Technician
Duration: 12 month(s)
Hours: 8:00am to 5:00pm
Location: Indianapolis IN 46219
- seeking a Tech Support Associate Sr, to evaluate, test, troubleshoot, adjust, or repair avionics equipment, such as radar, radio, navigation, and missile control systems for aircraft or space vehicles.
- -Under Limited supervision performs a wide variety of technical efforts including processes such as: testing, troubleshooting, and repair of Analog, Digital and/or video type circuits, Radio Frequency (RF), and logic systems.
- -Performs testing and repair utilizing approved procedures, manuals, schematics, engineering drawings, verbal instructions, and other related documentation to perform tasks.
- -Must troubleshoot electronic circuits to the discreet component-level (capacitor, transistor, relay, etc.), and effectively identify failure trends.
- -Fault-isolate problems and resolve issues between the test environment (test station, interface adapter, test cables, etc.) and the units under test.
- 4 to 6 Year Experience testing Analog, Digital and RF circuitry.
- Experience using a wide variety electronic RF/Analog, High Voltage, Digital and other electronic test equipment such as Oscilloscopes, Network Analyzers, Signal Generators, and Spectrum Analyzers.
- Must be familiar with various test equipment general purpose and special, program specific test stations, misc. measuring devices
- Ability to read and interpret drawings to perform measurements and troubleshoot electronic equipmen
- Strong problem solving skills with the ability to proactively identify alternate solutions to overcome technical challenges.
- Experienced in the use of computers and software applications (both desktop and technical).
- Ability to document test sequences for equipment set-up, troubleshooting, and training.
- College, Trade-school, or military education.
- Experience in Metrology (electrical).
- Experience using either Scalar or Vector Type Network Analyzers.
- Knowledge in RF: Taking measurements, alignment, troubleshooting, and repair.
Engineering & Aerospace