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Last updated: 2020-01-27
Valid to: 2020-02-19
Job Role:
Maintenance Repair Operations, Avionics Engineer
Location:
United States
Type:
Permanent
Job description
NEW STARTING PAY!!!!! $$$

Avionic Technician - Helping Keep Passengers Safe!

At AAR, our purpose is #DoingItRight and to better connect the world; for our customers, our employees and community. Our Core Values help us differentiate ourselves in the global marketplace. In addition, AAR supports non-profits and organizations whom work to improve society in primary areas such as: veterans and active military; education with an emphasis on STEM; health and wellness; and diversity/inclusion. As a member of our organization, you will have the opportunity to deliver your interpersonal skills and exemplify #DoingItRight for our operating businesses and corporate social responsibility.

The Company


AAR is the largest independent aviation provider in the Americas and one of the largest in the world, providing commercial and expeditionary services. Our aftermarket expertise and award-winning solutions provide customers to reduce costs, increase efficiency, and maintain high levels of quality service.

The Position


Our Indianapolis, IN location is seeking an Avionic Technician that effectively performs an R&E routine work associated with heavy aircraft A, B, C, and D checks.
  • ? We believe in limited supervision for our employees when able to portray their leadership skills and mentor entry level mechanics.
  • Ability to continue your professional growth and development opportunity for future career opportunities at AAR.
  • You will deliver your experience/skills on various major aircrafts, such as Airbus, Boeing, Bombardier and Embraer to our customers.
  • Make complicated wire terminations (coax, shielded splices, quadrax cables).
  • Review wiring practices and tech references with the ability to read/understand wiring manual prints

Performance Objectives

? Within 90 days: You will learn the Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) business and the AAR organization. AAR will assess your background and provide resources to enhance/hone your skills through our assessment testing.

? After 90 days: Continue your training (ie. GEN fams) and will have an opportunity to become a mentor/mentee in AAR's Training & Development program.

? 1 Year: You will have a solid understanding of AMM, SRM, Wiring Diagram/References; Proficiency in utilizing & determining IPC parts; a working knowledge of ATA chapters.

Experience
  • High school diploma or general education degree (GED) required.
  • Must have a minimum of 1-3 year related experience and/or training.
  • Must have an A&P, FCC license or repairman certificate.
Why Should You Apply?

?
AAR's Learning and Career Development Program that will provide you the tools, resources, and opportunity to grow within our organization.

? Direct & contract employees will be offered a numerous amount of employee discounts through various vendors nationwide.

? Become a member of the aerospace/defense company on Forbes' America's Best Mid-Size Employers List.

Requirements
no requirements specified