Avionics News May 2012 - 70
AIRCRAFT INSTRUMENT TECHNICIAN
Fargo Jet Center, Inc. , located in Fargo, ND, is now hiring an Avionics Technician with a minimum of 5 yrs related experience to perform installation and maintenance on GA/Corporate aircraft.
To view details and apply go to www.fargojet.com
FREEDOM AERO SERVICE INC., located in Lincoln Calif., is seeking an aircraft instrument technician. Must have minimum 3 years experience in the repair of Class 1 (pressure) and engine indicators (tach, temp). Fax resume to: Kevin Sherman at 916-434-5637 E-mail resumé to: firstname.lastname@example.org
To place a Marketplace ad, contact Lauren McFarland at 816-347-8400 or email@example.com.
M A R K E T P L A C E
Duncan Aviation is currently seeking world-class Avionics Line and Installation Technicians for several of its Satellite Avionics facilities. We currently have open positions in White Plains, NY, Dallas, TX, Denver, CO, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, St. Paul, MN, Teterboro, NJ, and Van Nuys, CA. If you are interested in meeting the challenge, please visit the ‘Careers’ section of our website at
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Soloy Aviation Solutions
AVIONICS TECHNICIAN: Permanent Full Time Position
WANTED: Avionics Technician with experience in harness assembly, installation, troubleshooting and component operation. Work in a well-equipped FAA Repair Station (HP6R595N) with engineering and manufacturing capabilities. Shop equipped with new generation test equipment. Aircraft range from piston and turbine singles to light twins and Rotorcraft. Experience with typical light aircraft equipment such as Garmin, Aspen, King, NAT, Technisonic desired. In addition, interest in turbine engine conversions, surveillance systems and STC development a plus. Those interested in this kind of opportunity please send resume to:
where you can complete a profile and apply for a position.
AEROSPACE ELECTRONICS INC.
Ft. Lauderdale Executive Airport, FL
General Aviation Avionics. Two positions open. Bench Technician and Line Technician. Written and verbal tests. Experience on King/Cessna Audio/Marker panels, COMS, NAVS, ADF’s, DME’s, XPDR’s and Radar, etc. Autopilot or installation experience helpful. Pays from $15 to $35.
Aircraft Instrument Tech II
in Lincoln, Calif. (Northern Calif.)
Ideal candidate will have a strong background in overhaul and repair of pressure instruments, including altimeters, gyroscopes, air speeds and engine indicators. Experience troubleshooting electronic instrumentation down to the component level is preferred. • Ability to work with small mechanical parts, such as small meter movements with minimal supervision. • Very familiar with soldering of surface-mounted micro-components. • Military experience with intermediate/DEPOT Level Aircraft instrument repair preferred.
Call Al Vargas 954-535-0302
Olympia WA 98501 (360-754-7000)
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