Home >> Jobs >> Journeyman C-130 Aircraft Electrician in California
Last updated: 2019-04-02
Valid to: 2019-06-24
Job Role:
Maintenance Repair Operations, Electronic Engineer
United States
Not specified
Job description


Security Clearance: None

Job Summary

(CBA Title: Aircraft Electrician)

Principal Accountabilities

  • This is a journey level for an aviation electrician.
  • Incumbents at this level work independently to diagnose, inspect, repair and manufacture aircraft wiring and electrical systems and components; disassemble and overhaul aircraft electrical components; install and rig critical aircraft electrical components and return to service sophisticated electrical systems and components.
  • Perform other qualified duties as assigned

Knowledge & Skills

  • Aircraft AC and DC electrical systems, wire marking standards; electrical wiring fabrication, installation, and repair; electrical load analysis and wire sizing; electrical components including starters, generators, voltage regulators, dimming controls, transformer/rectifiers, inverters, and frequency controllers; and FAA wiring and electrical maintenance procedures and practices.
  • Troubleshoot difficult electrical system malfunctions; determine and made necessary repairs to electrical systems and components; design and fabricate electrical wire harness assemblies for new installation or major repair; design and produce electrical wiring schematics for fleet aircraft wiring modification and build up; make repairs in accordance with FAA-approved maintenance requirements; and work cooperatively with other maintenance technicians in the repair and maintenance of aircraft.

Experience & Education

  • Possession of the following certificates: FAA Airframe Technician's certificate or FCC general radio certificate and a valid class C California driver’s license and five years of aerospace industry work experience as an aircraft electrician.
  • Military experience may qualify in lieu of FAA and FCC certificates if the level of work and responsibility was equal to that of an aircraft electrician.
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