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Job Role:
Maintenance Repair Operations, Avionics Engineer
United States
Job description

C&L Aviation Services, a C&L Aviation Group company based in Bangor, Maine, has an opening for permanent, full-time Avionics/Electronics Component Repair Technician.

Primary responsibilities include but are not limited to testing, troubleshooting, and repairing of aircraft harnesses and various electrical components.

This is a Full-Time Hourly Position and includes the following benefits:

Medical, Dental, Life Insurance, Long-Term and Short-Term Disability, 401K

The Company

C&L Aviation Group was founded more than 20 years ago as an aircraft parts distributor servicing the regional airliner market. Today the company has expanded beyond its original location in Australia to become a global aviation services and aftermarket support provider focused on regional and corporate aircraft, with additional locations throughout the United States and Europe.

Headquartered in a state-of-the-art 140,000 square foot facility at Bangor International Airport in Maine, the company saves customers time and money by offering a one-stop-solution for sales, maintenance, avionics installations, interior refurbishments, exterior paint, component overhaul, and parts. Related services include corporate aircraft sales, charter, and management.

C&L hires the hardest working, most knowledgeable people in their field, which has been the key to the company’s exceptional growth. If you have an entrepreneurial spirit and drive to successfully accomplish goals in a fast-paced environment, C&L would like to get acquainted. C&L is an EOE/AA Company.

Status: Full Time

Location: Bangor, ME USA


Applicants should have the following:

  • 2-5 years of experience in component repair.
  • Strong Soldering, crimping, splicing, and shield termination
  • Ability to operate avionics test equipment with little to no supervision.
  • Ability to read and interpret aerospace drawings, aviation manuals, test procedures and aerospace standards as applicable.
  • Airframe/Powerplant Certification preferred but not required.