Avionics Systems Installer

The Avionics Systems Installer must (under minimal supervision) remove and install avionics electrical components, fabricate wire harnesses, installations, terminations, ring-out, and functional tests of avionics and electrical systems.

Compensation: DOE
  • Perform installations, modifications and integration of advanced avionics systems and associated equipment in accordance with installation manuals blueprints, worksheets, and engineering drawings on 14 CFR part 23,25,27 and 29 aircraft
  • Complete assigned tasks within allotted time frame
  • Maintain required logs and records to include documenting the approved data for which the work was performed.
  • Install, program, update and troubleshoot radio communication and navigation systems, GPS navigation systems, flight and engine instruments, inverters and flight control systems, using hand tools, multi-meters and soldering irons
  • Must be able to build, terminate and route wire harnesses in accordance with IPC 620, AC43.13 and manufacturers supplied data where applicable.
  • Lay out installation of aircraft assemblies and systems, following documentation such as blueprints, manuals, and wiring diagrams
  • Properly care for and maintain the shop, equipment, and tools as assigned
  • Adhere to all Southeast Aerospace company policies, safety guidelines, and code of ethical conduct
  • In adhering to company polices, all employees are subject to random drug and alcohol tests
  • This position is also subject to random drug and alcohol testing under DOT and FAA regulations
  • Must be able to perform the essential functions of this position with or without reasonable accommodation
  • Any and all other duties assigned by the supervisor
  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • General knowledge of applicable regulatory requirements
  • Minimum 3 years’ experience in avionics installation and integration
  • Proficient in reading data design drawings and manufacturers installation manuals
  • Must be able to read, write and understand the English language
  • Must have own set of basic tools to perform work needed
  • Ability to bend, lift, and work in tight spaces
  • knowledge of the use of avionics test sets and equipment is preferred
  • Acceptable background check for required matters
  • Lawful US Persons as defined in 22CFR 120.15
  • Normal work day is 8 hours Monday thru Friday
  • Work overtime hours when required
  • Travel to other locations on occasion to perform installs
  • Most often the working conditions will be in the Southeast Aerospace facility hangars
  • Perform work in a sometimes noisy environment
  • Bending, squatting, sitting, working from ladders, lifting (up to 50 lbs.)
    • Health, Dental, 401K, Profit Sharing, Vacation, Paid Personal Time at eligibility.
    • Currently, Group Health, and Dental Insurance premiums fully paid for the employee and dependents at eligibility.

    • Premium health benefits including spouse & dependent coverage
    • Safe Harbor 401k retirement plan
    • Paid holidays including extended December/New Year's break
    • Located in Brevard County- fast growing tech region
    • No state income tax

    Southeast Aerospace is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will be considered for employment and will not be discriminated against in regard to age, race, gender or gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, religion, or veteran status. For more information on applicable equal employment regulations, refer to EEO is the Law.

    Qualified individuals with a disability have the right to request a reasonable accommodation. Request an accommodation by email at employment@seaerospace.com or call Mark Braddock at 321-255-9877, providing the nature of your request & contact information. Please note that telephone calls are for accommodation requests only.