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Electrical Technician


Electrical Technician
THE OPPORTUNITY:
Positions are available for detail-oriented Electrical Engineers and Electrical Technicians with strong analytical skills and practical manufacturing experience to assist in design, prototyping and systems integration of aircraft and related products.
Minimum Qualifications Required:
o Minimum of 2 years experience with electrical systems and instruments, manufacturing harnesses, and related tools. Should have excellent skills with the most common tools that can be found in an electrical shop like crimping tools, wire stripers, soldering iron, etc.
o Be competent to undertake subsystem and component production: read and interpret electrical schematics, and follow production/test specifications.
o Capable of making harnesses according to the aviation electrical standards: assemble various kinds of connectors, termination of shielded wires and coaxial cables, Fiber optics is a plus.
o Be familiar with AC and DC circuits, power generation and distribution.
o Be familiar with operation of measurements instruments like voltmeters, oscilloscope, wattmeter, etc.
o Have experience with avionics systems and operation.
o Have basic knowledge of engine instruments and sensors.
o Must be able to work in a multi-national team environment, having strong communications skills and good self-motivation. Will be required to work with minimal supervision on variety of projects.
Highly Desirable Qualifications:
o Have experience in system or component design, component selection, and preparation of test reports and production specifications. Can work independently and lead small projects.
o Drafting knowledge applied to electronic systems is highly desirable. Able to work with the drafting department to prepare and approve production drawings.
o Airframe and Power-plant License or other applicable aviation license is a plus. Must be able to work with production engineers and technicians to resolve manufacturing discrepancies.
SALARY/WAGE: Depending on Experience

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