Northrop Grumman Aircraft Avionics / Electrical Tech 3 - Whidbey Island in Oak Harbor, Washington
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We have an opportunity for an Aircraft Avionics/ Aircraft Electrician based at Whidbey Island. We are seeking a highly motivated and confident individual who is experienced on the EA-18G platform and can execute tasking / job requirements of an Aircraft Avionics / Electrical Technician. The successful candidate will demonstrate the abilities to perform troubleshooting, installation, operation, maintenance, modification and repairs to the EA-18G. The ideal candidate should have fiber optic experience and also be able to perform limited structural modifications.
Must have basic understanding of the theory of operation of the Airborne Electronic Attack (AEA) system on the EA-18G platform.
Must be familiar with basic hand tools, as well as calibrated tools and measuring tools. Also requires the mechanical aptitude to use them correctly on the job.
Must be able to clearly document maintenance, and repair actions, as well as correctly tagging and labeling removed parts in accordance with established Procedures.
Must have the ability to perform in confined spaces.
Will participate and understand the importance of Tool Control and FOD Program. Will identify any potential safety issues and clearly communicating with team members and shop floor Lead/Supervisor.
Will be required to demonstrate safe shop practices, such as wearing proper protective equipment i.e. Safety Glasses, Safety Shoes and Bump Caps; Face covering IAW CDC Guidelines.
Able to perform any other duties as directed by manager, or team lead for the benefit of the company.
Able to assist teammates in other various Powerplant, Airframe, Environmental Control Systems (ECS), and mechanical duties.
Must have a High School Diploma or equivalent (GED) and at least 4 years' experience on the F/A-18 or EA-18 G platform
Must have completed F/A-18 or EA-18G Fleet Replacement Aviation Maintenance Program or equivalent course. Basic wire repair school, harness build up, soldering, Fiber Optics.
Must have experience performing scheduled and unscheduled maintenance, troubleshooting, repair and testing of the EA-18G Weapons Systems
Must have a minimum of four years' experience on the F/A-18 or EA-18G aircraft in one or more of the following specialties: RADAR, ECM, AEA or COMMNAV systems.
The ability to operate the Support Equipment / Test Equipment needed to sustain the Growlers sub-systems.
Ability to obtain a Secret clearance is required.
US Navy or USMC Background
Active Secret DOD clearance
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Job Category : Flight Operations