Applies advanced technical knowledge to solve complex problems that typically cannot be solved solely by referencing manufacturers' manuals or similar documents. Examples of such problems include determining the location and density of circuitry, evaluating electromagnetic radiation, isolating malfunctions, and incorporating engineering; changes. Work typically requires an understanding of the interrelationships of circuits, exercising independent judgment in performing such tasks as making circuit analyses, calculating wave forms, and tracing relationships in signal flow, using complex test instruments such as high frequency pulse generators, frequency synthesizers, distortion analyzers, and complex computer control equipment. Work may be reviewed by supervisor for general compliance with accepted practices. This position may provide technical guidance to lower level technicians. Responsible for the following tasking and support as needed for scheduled/unscheduled back shop MRO activities.
• Reports directly to the AMM and coordinates with the senior lead when technician support is needed
• Oversees and performs maintenance and alteration tasks on civil aviation articles in accordance with the current technical data
• Ensures that all direction provided in the manufacturer's ICAs, SBs, service letters, and ADs complies with government and
industry standard practices and other data acceptable to or approved by FAA
• Must be thoroughly familiar with all 14 CFRs, tools, and equipment, including inspection aids used within their assigned area
• Ensures accurate and timely documentation of the work performed in the appropriate maintenance record
• Trains, assists, and supervise technicians in proper work procedures and practices
• Ensures that the department's equipment and tools are maintained in good working order
• Ensures that the shop premises are maintained in a clean and orderly manner
• Ensures that all personnel are trained in the appropriate safety practices and procedures, including proper use and location of
fire extinguishing equipment
• Periodically checks the fire and safety equipment to ensure serviceability and adequacy
• Performs all other duties assigned by the AMM
Requires high school diploma or equivalent years of prior experience
The Lead shall hold a valid mechanic certificate issued by the FAA with an airframe rating or a valid repairman certificate from an applicable repair station.
The Lead shall have a minimum of seven (7) years' experience at avionics troubleshooting with two (2) of the seven years as an electronics/avionics maintenance supervisor.
The Lead shall have demonstrated experience in the type aviation maintenance support required for the Designated Aircraft Inventory; experience of general aviation electronics systems to include communications, navigation, and flight control systems; certificate of graduation from a military or civilian electrical/avionics school; and a working knowledge of the Federal Aviation Regulations, at the level of responsibility for making airworthiness decisions.
This position is a full time responsibility and must be located at the main on-site Alliance Facility.