Electrical / Electronics Technician (2nd Shift) - New Piper Aircraft (verobeach, FL)

Electrical / Electronics Technician (2nd Shift); SUMMARY: Employee will perform at least two of the following requirements: complex electrical sub:assembly, standard and custom avionics harness assemblies, standard and custom basic electrical harness assemblies, manufacture of photosensitive placards using photo:etching process, operation of DIT:MCO and Cable Scan wire harness testers. Must possess broad knowledge of electrical/electronic wiring systems for production aircraft and service parts. Use various hand tools such as strippers, cutters, crimpers, soldering irons, wire routing boards, mark and strip machines, pliers, etc. Work independently or with minimal direction from Supervisor. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Receive work assignments from Supervisor. May be required to plan and construct complex electrical/ electronic harness build:up boards using auto:cad. Develop cut sheets to support production requirements. Install finished assemblies or subassemblies in cases and cabinets. Assemble and attach hardware, such as caps, clamps, knobs, and switches, to assemblies. May be required to perform on:line testing and inspection to ensure parts and assemblies meet production specifications and standards. Sign necessary documents and maintain all necessary records, files, and reports. Scrutinize every facet of job and report improper operation, faulty equipment, defective materials, and unusual conditions to Supervisor. Requires the use of and ownership of basic tools and various hand tools as specified by departmental tool list. Perform housekeeping chores as department requirements dictate. Other duties as assigned by Supervisor. QUALIFICATIONS: EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE: High school diploma or general education degree (GED), and three to five years related experience and training, or equivalent combination of education and experience Only applicants presently legally authorized to work in the U.S. on a full:time basis need apply. No immigration sponsorship available at this time. Source:

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