Avionics Technician (CBP NAM)


As the Avionics Technician, the selected candidate will be responsible for, but not limited to:

  • Maintaining aircraft electrical and electronic systems

  • Performing daily and flight line maintenance on assigned aircraft

  • Trouble-shooting all avionics systems and isolating their faults

  • Repairing and replacing faulty components, build up and replacing faulty wire harnesses/bundles, testing all avionics systems periodically, as required

  • Interfacing with the contractor's supply specialist to maintain a ready inventory of electronic and electrical components

  • Install/modify Government furnished radio packages in accordance with industry standards and FAA regulations

  • Must produce new and modify existing wiring diagrams in accordance with industry standards and FAA regulations

  • Performing corrosion control inspections on aircraft avionics components

  • Furnishing own hand tools to perform aircraft and avionics maintenance (necessary special tools, test equipment and avionics handbooks and repair manuals will be furnished by Customs)

  • Insuring all avionics test equipment and special tools are calibrated in a timely fashion

  • Perform scheduled inspections and repair of Aviation Life Support Equipment (ALSE) in accordance with appropriate operation manuals

  • Performing duties of a working Leadman as assigned. When working in this capacity, will report to the Site Manager


The incumbent's supervisor is the Contractor Maintenance Supervisor or his representative. The supervisor outlines procedures and policies in the performance of aircraft maintenance in accordance with the approved maintenance manual. The incumbent works with a minimum of supervision.



  • Should have a working knowledge of both military and general aviation electrical and electronic systems and components to include navigational systems; radar identification systems; intercommunications; ADF, LF, HF, VHF and UHF communications; and instrument landing systems with associated aircraft lighting systems.

  • Must have at least five (5) years experience, of which the past twelve (12) months shall have been employed full-time repairing the above systems.

  • As a minimum must possess a general FCC Radio/Telephone license.



  • May be required to perform other duties as required to support the overall mission.



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