Objectstream is an award-winning small business supporting the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for last 15 years. We offer a competitive benefits package to our employees which includes: M/D/V, matching 401k, and other benefits. The passion and dedication of Objectstream employees is what has supported the growth and success of our company. We develop strong, dedicated, unified teams committed to our core value.
The Electronics Technician I’s technical, operational, and functional tasks spectrum includes providing electronics technician services to the various FAALC Group/Product Divisions to help assure that electronic systems, subsystems, and components meet serviceability, reliability, and availability requirement including electronic system/subsystem/component troubleshooting, repair, assembly, refurbishment, installation, calibration, and testing; test fixture and prototype design, analysis of equipment performance, data collection and equipment installation in accordance with applicable FAA and FAALC standards, orders, technical instructions, and quality procedures.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Works under the functional/operational supervision of the Shop Lead and/or Technical Manager/Project Manager.
- Troubleshoots, repairs, and tests electronic components and equipment so as to return unserviceable equipment to serviceable status. Items to be repaired may include electronic assemblies and components, electronic cables and wiring harnesses, circuit cards, prototype, test fixtures and test beds. The repair process may include functions such as item disassembly/assembly, circuit analysis, item repair, and parts replacement with possible performance analysis.
- After repair, completes applicable calibration, testing, and certification processes performing and documenting tasks and functions as specified in the technical documentation applicable to the equipment.
- Installs electrical, electronic, and mechanical systems, subsystems, components, test fixtures, modifications and engineering prototypes; performs adjustment, test, and certification functions for this equipment.
- Electronic component level troubleshooting and repair of RF circuit card assemblies and RF cabinet assemblies.
- Test, troubleshoot, align repair, and restore circuit board assemblies used in the 2nd Gen VORTAC, 3rd Gen VOR/DME, Scientific Radio and Nautel NDB Navaids systems.
- Utilize and operate electronic Test equipment used to maintain, restore, test and align circuit boards used in task above.
- Utilize industry recognized high quality soldering and repair practices.
- Ability to read and follow electronic and RF paths in a schematic.
- Assemble cables, wiring harnesses, circuit cards, and other electronic assemblies and components based on FAALC-provided technical documentation.
- Completion of formal technical training courses or Associate Degree in Electrical or Engineering Technology.
- At least 1 years of relevant experience.
- Must be able to pass a background check.
- Prefer experience with FAA.
Physical demands and work environment:
- Moderate lifting and carrying (50 lbs.), straight pushing and pulling, reaching above shoulders.
- Use of fingers and both hands required, walking and standing, repeated bending, climbing.
- Crawling, kneeling (use of both legs and arms), operation of crane, truck, or motor vehicle.
Objectstream is a VEVRAA federal contractor and we request priority referral of veterans for available positions.