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Job Role:
Maintenance Repair Operations, Electronic Engineer
Location:
United States
Type:
Permanent
Job description

All of our aircraft rely on electricity and technology in order to work both safely and effectively.
Responsible for maintaining and repairing the wiring and electrical components on an aircraft, Aircraft Electrical and Environmental Systems specialists make sure our planes are working at optimal condition.
From cabin pressurization to engine control, these experts play a critical role keeping our aircraft and our Airmen safe and able to complete each mission.

Responsibilities
  • Inspect, troubleshoot and maintain electrical and environmental (E & E) systems
  • Repair or replace any parts that are malfunctioning
  • Perform cryogenic maintenance on mobile aircraft servicing units
  • Ensure compliance with technical publications and directives
Qualifications
  • High school diploma or GED
  • Knowledge of electrical, electronic and mechanical principles relating to E & E systems
  • Experience maintaining electrical, electronic and environmental systems
  • Normal color vision
  • Completion of 8.5 weeks of Basic Military Training
  • Must be between the ages of 17 and 39

Benefits

As an Aircraft Electrical and Environmental Systems specialist in the Air Force, you'll be an enlisted airman with a competitive salary and benefits such as tax-free housing and food allowances, full comprehensive medical and dental care and 30 days of vacation with pay each year.
You'll also get to work, travel and live in locations throughout the United States and around the world.
If you pursue a career in the Air Force, you'll have the option of retirement with pension and benefits.
In addition to a tremendous work and life balance, countless continuing education opportunities are provided to you at no cost.

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