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AIRCRAFT ELECTRICAL ACCESSORY TECHNICIAN AND SENIOR ENGINEER

Aircraft Electrical Accessory Technician and Senior Engineer career post

NAASCO is looking for an electrical / electro-mechanical engineer and technician. Looking for a change? Are you approachable, kind, helpful, loyal, strong electrical and electro-mechanical skills, and can begin producing on day one? If so, join the NAASCO team providing essential mission-critical services to the aviation industry for over 35 years. As a manufacture and FAA Part 145 Repair Station, NAASCO’s products and services have been utilized across all aviation sectors: Helicopter, Turboprop, Light Jet, Heavy Jet, and Military. Our growing list of clients includes some of the most recognized aviation companies globally. In addition to a competitive base salary, the right team member will receive a robust benefits package and participate in our Team Incentive Plan.

Aircraft Electrical Accessory Technician and Senior Engineer Categories:

L1 – Aircraft Electrical Accessory Technician
The ideal candidate should have a minimum 2 of years of experience in the repair, overhaul, and testing of electro-mechanical aircraft accessories, including actuators, DC starter generators, AC generators, blowers, contactors, relays, motors, and other similar components.

L2 – Aircraft Electrical Accessory Senior Technician
The ideal candidate should have a minimum of 5 years of experience in the aircraft component repair and overhaul industry and be familiar with FAA 145 requirements. The person should be familiar with DC starter generator test and design, AC and DC electric motor repair development, generator control units, static inverters, power supplies, AC & DC power contactor, and relay repair development.

L3 – Aircraft Electrical Accessory Senior Engineer
The ideal candidate should have a minimum of 10 years of experience in the aircraft component repair and overhaul industry and be familiar with FAA 145 requirements. The person should have advanced skills with DC Starter Generator test and design, AC and DC electric motor repair development, voltage regulator, generator control units (GCUs), static inverters, power supplies, AC & DC Power contactor, and relay repair development. The person should also be able to troubleshoot at the component level, create cad drawings, build test boxes/fixtures from a drawing set, and have the ability to assist in our FAA / DER Support STS engineering efforts.

No phone calls will be accepted.

Applicant should send a cover letter and resume to:

[email protected]