The Defense Group, Airborne Solutions Operation, High Resolution ISR Systems Division at Leidos currently has an opening for an Avionics Technician to work in our FAA Part 145 Repair station located in Manassas, VA. We integrate, man, deploy, and maintain FAA certified aircraft for various CONUS and OCONUS operations in support of DOD and other agencies/partners.
The Avionics Technician will be responsible for performing work in all aspects of a Part 145 Avionics Shop, including but not limited to installations, upgrades, modifications, and line services. The avionics technician will work with common off the shelf avionics systems and parts as well as custom and Government delivered specialized systems.
- Performance of line service
- Avionics and Sensor system installations
- Troubleshooting and repair work for Avionics
- Fabricate wiring harnesses, terminate wire bundles, install pins, connectors, etc.
- Will conduct maintenance on a wide variety of aircraft types ranging from fixed wing piston to turbo prop and executive jet to rotor wing
- Will be expected to be able to work independently using drawings and guidance from engineers and install systems in accordance with engineering information provided using standard practices and procedures
- Must be a U.S. Citizen
- Must be at least 21 years of age
- Must possess a valid state driver's license
- Must read, write, speak and understand English
- Must be able to meet all CRC deployment and medical requirements
- Must have the ability to obtain and maintain an active DOD security clearance at the SECRET level, or higher
- FCC License
- Must be able to perform to FAA standards in an AS9100 certified facility
- Must complete DoT drug test to determine the presence of illegal or un-prescribed controlled substances
- Lift, balance, and carry up to 50lbs
- Ability to read and use schematics and drawings
- Must be able to read and interpret wiring diagrams and prints
- Work in enclosed hangars as well as exterior in year round weather conditions
- Must have ability to work in tight spaces while kneeling and crouched positions
- Must be able to perform basic soldering, harness fabrication and installation without assistance
- Ability to design and integrate avionics systems and electrical systems and development schematics
- Experience using common ramp test equipment such as ATC, NAV, TCAS, Pilot Static test sets etc.
- FAA A&P License
- Inspector Authorization
- Experience in General Aviation, Garmin, Rockwell Collins, Honeywell and others
- Clear knowledge and detailed experience with virtualized environments, multi-level security solutions, and cross domain solutions
Education & Experience
- High School diploma and 3+ years of prior relevant experience
- Bachelor's Degree in related discipline desired but not required