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Job Description

Job Summary

Maine Aero Services is seeking a skilled Avionics Technician installer to become part of our Part 145 Repair Station which is located at the Bangor International Airport in Bangor, ME. The successful candidate will become part of our team performing General Aviation maintenance, repair and avionics related projects. The Avionics Technician Candidates must have a minimum of 3 years’ experience in General Aviation Avionics and possess excellent troubleshooting skills in a variety of GA aircrafts.

Responsibilities and Duties

·         New Avionics installations – specifically Garmin related modules. Perform avionics maintenance functions such as component removal/installation, wire harness removal/installation, fabrication/repair of wire assemblies, and continuity checks.

·         Troubleshoot and repair avionics and electrical systems using current applicable data.

·         Read and interpret avionics schematics and drawings necessary to complete avionics related maintenance tasks.

·         Ensure aircraft are properly configured and protected prior to performing any power on related task.

·         Fabricate and install all wiring assemblies and associated avionics equipment.

·         Follow all applicable instructions for continued airworthiness to accomplish a specific task.

·         Perform work within estimated hours.

·         Execute required paperwork in connection with assigned normal duties.

·         Work with our team of A&P technicians

·         Pitot/static experience preferred

·         Airframe and Power Plant certificate a plus

·         Interface effectively with members of management, other departments, and co-workers

Qualifications and Skills

·         High School Diploma or equivalent

·         A valid clear driver’s license

·         Excellent computer skills are also required

·         Working knowledge of Avionics systems and their operation and the proven ability to troubleshoot basic problems

·         Must be able to pass a FAA regulated drug and alcohol test prior to starting

·         Three plus years of related work experience working on aircraft avionics systems for a Part 121, 135 or 145 organization


·         Accrued Vacation and Sick time

·         Bereavement time if needed

·         Partially funded medical insurance

·         Direct Deposit of bi-weekly payroll

·         Relocation assistance and salary commensurate will depend on experience of qualifying individual.

Contact us for Employment Opportunities

154 Maine Ave. Bangor, Maine, 04401
Tel: 207-990-5555
Fax: 207-990-5557
Email: john.heath@maineaero.com

About Bangor, Maine

Bangor, Maine, is the center of a rapidly growing region within Maine. It has been high-lighted as a desirable city for working professionals and retirees alike. The school system of Bangor and its surrounding communities are highly rated. Crime rates remain among the lowest in the country. While the cost of housing has increased along with the city's growth, prices remain reasonable when compared with other regions in the country.

With the University of Maine located in nearby Orono, the well-known coastal and mountain regions only an hours drive away, woodlands and lakes even closer, and ample local entertainment (orchestra, theatre, museums), Bangor is a most livable city.

Skiing, cross-country skiing, snow-shoeing and snowmobiling are popular winter activities, often under clear blue skies. The fall season, as elsewhere in New England is perhaps the best time, with warm days and cool evenings and, most of all, spectacular multi-colored foliage.

The Maine traditions of friendliness and neighborliness are alive and well. Communities tend to be small and therefore it is easier to become involved. On the other hand, Maine has also been known for the independence and self-sufficiency of many of its citizens and, given the available spaces, that option also remains available. Maine is a pro-active state when it comes to equal treatment for people of all backgrounds and lifestyles and welcomes all people who wish to live and work here.

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