COHO Consulting Group is seeking an Aircraft Electrician to join our team in support of a contract at Robins AFB in Warner Robins, GA. The position involves installing, troubleshooting, adjusting, testing, modifying, calibrating, and repairing aircraft electrical systems and equipment on board conventional and non-conventional aircraft. Included are electrical power control and distribution systems, lighting systems, refueling and fuel quantity indicating systems, electrical warning, controlling, and actuating circuits, and tying-in power and control circuits for functional systems, such as hydraulics, armament, radar, engines, and fire suppression.

Responsibilities (include but are not limited to):

  • Troubleshoot, modify, calibrate and repair complex aircraft electrical systems and equipment such as electrical power control and distribution systems, lighting systems, refueling and fuel quantity indicating systems, etc.
  • Perform final functional and operational testing of systems
  • Replace defective controls units, relay boards, servo units, or other components
  • Set up and operate computerized multiple circuit analyzing equipment to test and analyze circuitry and interconnected cabling of systems
  • Interpret and apply a variety of technical information such as technical orders, repair manuals, schematics, etc concerning wire codes, wiring configuration and testing procedures.
  • Set-up and operate computer controlled automated test equipment (ATE)
  • Operating electrical principles such as microminiaturized digital and solid-state integrated circuits, transistors, diodes, tube circuits, antennas, signal transmission, oscillation, and amplification sufficient to troubleshoot and repair malfunctions where circuit theory must be applied.
  • Setting up and operating computerized multiple circuit analyzing equipment to test and analyze aircraft electrical circuitry and interconnecting cabling of systems such as navigational computers, radar, and related equipment used to repair discrepancies.

Requirements: 

  • Education:
    • High School diploma or equivalent
  • Required Knowledge/Experience:
    • Must have at least two years of recent verifiable experience
    • Knowledge of electrical theory, principles and circuitry and a thorough knowledge of aircraft electrical systems sufficient to troubleshoot, modify, repair, and test complex electrical systems on board aircraft such as antiskid, automatic flight control, and fuel indicating systems.
    • Knowledge of the interface of electrical systems with hydraulic, electronic armament, instrument, and mechanical systems and assemblies.
    • Knowledge of operating electrical principles
    • Knowledge of interface of electrical systems with hydraulic, electronic armament, instrument, and mechanical systems
    • Experience using hand and electrical test units, meters, oscilloscopes, etc.
    • Experience in reading schematics and wiring diagrams
  • Physical Requirements:
    • Must be able to walk and stand on level and/or inclined surfaces for certain periods throughout the day.
    • Must be able to climb stairs, ramps, ladders, and work stands.
    • Must be able to crouch, crawl, grasp or handle objects, use finger dexterity, bend elbow/knee and reach above/below shoulders.
    • May be required to lift up to 50 pounds.
    • May be required to read dials/gauges, identify small objects and hand tools.
    • Must be able to see imperfections, micrometer readings and other small scales.
    • Must be able to communicate by voice and detect sound by ear.
    • Must be able to distinguish color and judge three-dimensional depth.
    • May be required to operate power vehicles, machinery, hand tools, ground support equipment, fork lift, APU, etc.

About Copper River & The Native Village of Eyak:

Owned by the Native Village of Eyak (NVE), a federally recognized Alaska Native Tribe, the Copper River Family of Companies are a collection of entities that deliver a complementary set of solutions and services to support the diverse missions and requirements of our clients. Proud participants of the Small Business Administration’s (SBA) 8(a) Business Development Program since 2006, our companies consist of both current and graduation SBA 8(a) entities. It is our collective purpose to support the Tribe and diversify the NVE’s ability to facilitate economic advancement.

The income generated from our companies helps the Native Village of Eyak fund health and social services, economic development, natural resource/environmental education, jobs, job training, and other benefits to the NVE in a manner that is consistent with Alaskan Native cultural values and traditions.

Copper River’s Culture

The Copper River Family of Companies has a positive, supportive, and thriving culture. At the foundation of our culture is a focus on collaboration. No matter your role or which operating company you work for, we are ONE TEAM working toward the same goals for our customers and for our collective owner- The Native Village of Eyak. How we treat each other is just as important as the work we deliver.

Benefits

  • Comprehensive medical, dental, and vision coverage
  • Flexible Spending Account - healthcare and dependent care
  • Health Savings Account - high deductible medical plan
  • Retirement 401(k) with employer match
  • Open leave policy and paid holidays
  • Additional benefits including tuition reimbursement, transportation expense account, employee assistance program, and more! 

Note: These benefits are only applicable to full time, regular associates at Copper River.

 

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