Electronics Technician - Aerospace
Company
Diehl Aerospace, Inc.
Location
Sterrett, AL
Customer Service Center for the Americas – Diehl Aerospace, Inc

Diehl is one of the leading partners of major international aircraft manufacturers in the areas of systems and cabins. Renowned aircraft manufacturers like Airbus, Boeing, Embraer as well as international airlines are among our clients. Diehl Aerospace managed jointly with French partner Thales develops and manufactures complex systems for the cockpit and cabins.

Our Customer Service Center Americas in Sterrett, Alabama advises and supports our customers in the region when it comes to problem analysis, error and problem resolution, logistics matters as well as performing any rework or finishing and modification of components from our portfolio. https://www.diehl.com/aviation/en/diehl-aviation/company/sites

For our State-of-the-Art Repair shop, we are seeking to add to our Team an Electronics Technician

Position Summary:
Our Electronics Repair Technician is responsible for the electronic maintenance, test, modifications, and repair for Diehl Aerospace equipment.
Essential Functions:
  • Required to have basic knowledge of electronic theory and practice.
  • Ability to use and understand simple test equipment.
  • Become familiar with the operation, design characteristics of the electronic equipment they work on and become familiar with maintenance procedures and standards.
  • Use test instruments and perform adjustments as necessary
  • Learn to follow specific and schematic diagrams to repair and maintain equipment
  • Work is closely reviewed and checked for acceptability and conformity to requirements and standards.
Minimum Qualifications:
  • Minimum 2 years as a level 3 electronics technician or a 2-year college level degree in an electronics related field.
  • Ability to quickly learn Federal Aviation Regulations and other governing regulatory requirements.
  • Solder fluency, to include smt/through-hole/and terminals of all types, IPC/equivalent training preferred.
  • Pass a 5-year background check and pre-employment drug and alcohol test.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
  • Basic electronics fundamentals
  • Understanding and experience troubleshooting with schematic diagrams.
  • Must possess excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Ability to stay focused and work under time restraints.
  • Strong work ethic.
  • Willing to think out-of-the-box to solve operational and technical problems.
Working Conditions:
  • Electronic lab environment.
  • Fast paced, regulatory and safety minded, return to service process.
  • Automated test equipment.
  • Sub-level troubleshooting test equipment.
  • Industry standard test equipment, ie. Oscilloscope, signal generator, DMM, etc.
  • All forms of solder equipment.
  • Computer and other office equipment.
  • Monday-Friday 7:30 to 4:30 with no on-call