SkyWest Airlines

  • General Avionics

    Job Locations US-CA-FRESNO
    Posted Date 1 week ago(7/12/2018 12:24 PM)
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  • Primary Job Duties

    In shop environment, a technician will be performing testing, troubleshooting and completing repairs on components. May also be required to work on aircraft systems:

    • Avionic checks, troubleshooting systems, etc.
    • Will be responsible for proficiency in all documentation and paperwork
    • Repair avionics/electronic components in an avionics shop environment.
    • Other duties as assigned by the supervisor

    A&P Mechanics interested in this General Avionics position may also apply, but only with intent to acquire time requirements to test for FCC Radio License.

    Minimum Requirements

    • Must have acceptable skills to read and understand wiring manuals and schematics
    • Ability to effectively read component maintenance manuals to troubleshoot and test components.
    • Ability to effectively use aircraft manuals to troubleshoot and repair aircraft avionics and electrical systems
    • Must possess basic Avionics skills
    • Exercise good judgment in working with people in a team environment as well as in aircraft maintenance and safety
    • Possess a valid driver license, and be insurable
    • Must have a minimum toolbox

    Experience/Training must meet ONE of the following

    • Graduated from an accredited Avionics School
    • Military training in Avionics or Electronics
    • Associate degree or higher in Electronics
    • Eighteen months experience in the Avionics Industry
    • A&P certification with previous Avionics Experience

    Must hold a FCC GROL license. If a FCC GROL license is not held at time of employment it must be obtained within six months from hire date.

    Physical and Other Requirements

    • To apply, please complete the on-line application (qualified applicants will be contacted)


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