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Apprentice Aircraft Electrician

Job Summary
The Apprentice Aircraft Electrician is an entry and first working level for an aviation electrician. Incumbents at this level work under the instruction of a Journey Electrician and the direction of a Lead Technician to diagnose, inspect, repair and manufacture aircraft wiring and electrical systems and components.
Principal Accountabilities
Disassemble and overhaul aircraft electrical components
Install and rig critical aircraft electrical components
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
FAA wiring and electrical maintenance procedures and practices
Troubleshoot electrical system malfunctions
Determine and make 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
Work cooperatively with other maintenance technicians in the repair and maintenance of aircraft
Experience & Education
High School Diploma or equivalent
FAA Airframe Technician's certificate or FCC general radio certificate
One (1) year of documented aerospace/aviation electrical work experience may qualify in lieu of certificates
A valid class C California driver's license required
Physical Requirements/Working Environment
Work in a hangar environment in and around aircraft
Subject to noise including operating aircraft, manufacturing machinery, rivet guns and other aircraft operations
Hangar facility is not heated during the winter nor cooled in the summer
Must be physically capable of utilizing aircraft electrical repair tools
Travel
None



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