Job Title - Aircraft Avionics Technician
Department - Maintenance & Modifications
Job Classification - Technical
Section - Maintenance
Location - Saudi Arabia
Performing all Aircraft Maintenance works, including repairs, cleaning, adjustment, assembly, component removal / installation, functional testing, operational checks, refueling and de-fueling, recovery and troubleshooting on Aircraft and increases aircraft serviceability periods according to the Regulations and GDC ME procedures.
PRIMARY DUTIES, AUTHORITIES AND ACCOUNTABILITIES.
Works through Work Orders, Task Cards, Manufacture Bulletins and Technical Manuals to perform the necessary work on the Aircraft, Engines, accessories and components thereof.
Perform all activities related to the Maintenance of aircraft systems including mechanical systems if assistance is needed.
Perform all Maintenance duties in accordance with applicable Technical manuals, Policies, Procedures and the respective Regulatory Articles.
If applicable, ensure all aircraft avionic systems related to CAT I,II & III Operations are complied with.
Documents all work performed in accordance with approved inspection procedures manual.
Complies with all Safety Awareness, Housekeeping and Foreign Object Damage Programs.
Reports defect, damage or expected malfunction to the direct superior or Maintenance Supervisor in-duty immediately.
Minimize turnovers and ensure all incomplete jobs are documented in the Turnover Log.
Wears all Safety & Protective Items and ensure all Maintenance Activities are done safely.
Ensure Maintenance Environment is well equipped with all required materials and resources to ease the job.
SECONDARY DUTIES, AUTHORITIES AND ACCOUNTABILITIES.
Performs scheduled and non-scheduled Maintenance.
Conducts all Preventive Maintenance or additional duties according to the project’s requirements.
If applicable, in short notices may travel to perform some maintenance away from the aircraft base.
Prints and reads carefully all Documents related to the job and/or has a quick access to the computerized versions.
Updates the Maintenance Planning Systems with all activities have been done.
Ensures that Maintenance tools and equipment are calibrated frequently and calibration validity checked prior each use.
Ensures all Technical Manuals are updated and referred to the latest revision prior each work,
Brief and interact with Flight Crew on all Maintenance matters as assigned.
Monitors the projects’ time frames and ensure all assigned duties are not exceeding or delaying the proposed work scope.
Wears GDC ME Uniform and takes care of its condition to reflect a good image of the company
Job Working Condition - Field
Working Days & Hours - 48 Hours / Week
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
Minimum Qualification - Diploma from an approved Academy of Airframe & Powerplant
Technical Qualifications - Type-rated at least in one aircraft
Special Certifications - Certificates in Human Factors & Hazardous Materials
Experience - Minimum 3 years of experience from a previous employer in the same field
Avionics Systems Knowledge
Technical Data Utilization
Core & Behavioral Competencies
Creativity and Innovation
Improving Business Processes