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Service Center Technician - Sr Service Center Technician 2

PDS Tech, Inc, is seeking a Sr Service Center Technician 2 for an open position in Atlanta, GA.
Sets up and operates precision test equipment for alignment, troubleshooting and testing of electrical equipment and systems.
Posseses expert knowledge of standard test equipment, oscilloscopes, ohmmeters, signal generators, spectrum analyzers etcĂ , as well as expert knowledge of custom made test equipment including automatic test equipment.
Has an expert understanding of advanced test equipment functions.
Reprogram replacement equipment, determines possible failures.
Aligns and adjusts complex electrical components on units being tested to ensure proper functioning of electrical circuits, utilizing established test procedures.
Conducts a variety of functional tests to check operation and calibration of test stations, components, equipment and systems.
Analyzes circuitry and physically checks wiring and operation of various electronic parts, units, and systems components necessary to locate malfunction causes found during testing of components, equipment or systems.
Performs difficult and complex electrical/mechanical repair operations consisting of disassembly and assembly of units.
Determines requirements and installs modifications as set forth by Service Bulletin or other authorized documentation.
Examines customer units for potentially defective parts or conditions causing impairment or prevention of proper equipment operation.
Verifies that repairs or modifications performed on customer equipment conform to Quality and Workmanship Standards.
Records results of repair and modification actions and accounts for time required to perform each task on Service Worksheets.
Understands proper entries and acronyms for less common usage (J-TAB, test only, subassembly servicing, etc.).
Communicates problems/observations/estimates for repair effectively with supervision, product support, engineering and/or customer.
Prepares estimate of repair costs for customer, may be required to communicate technical and financial aspects of repair costs both in verbal and written form to internal and external customers.
Embraces and Promotes Service Center Operation Performance Goals and impact on other Service Center Operations.
Properly prioritize time to meet production needs as assigned by senior technicians, leads and management.
Assists leads and management with workload prioritization, scheduling and capacity planning.
Have expert knowledge of various avionics systems, basic electronics theories and associated circuitry and components.
Has expert knowledge of Operating Procedures and understand why they are needed.
Be able to research and determine what Operating Procedures apply to the task at hand and follow them.
May be expected to communicate this knowledge to peers and colleagues.
Understands the importance of accurate paperwork and how it impacts the repair process.
Can inspect and train others for preferred workmanship standards.
Can determine areas of improvement in shop quality and communicate a means of achieving a high standard.
Supports and promotes continuous process improvement and Lean initiatives.
Provide ideas for and participates in Lean activities, events, and other process improvement initiatives.
May be required to participate in "off-site" lean activities.
Will be required to train other technicians.
Provides assistance to various internal and external customers associated with complex contract and external customer pricing and quotes.
Follows all applicable Federal and State laws and regulations applicable to Service Center Operations.
Understands safety requirements and performs duties in accordance with all safety procedures.
Participates in facility safety program.
May be required to perform related duties as assigned.
May be required to perform collateral duties (Test Equipment Coordinator, EH&S Coordinator etc.)
Accept training as needed to work other areas of the shop as workloads demands.
Be very proficient at returning to service units that have multiple failures, require in depth adjustments and testing with limited assistance from others.
Understand current workload and production needs to assist senior technicians and leads in determining how to best use available resources to meet established goals.
Able to research and provide an in depth estimate for overhauls and required bulletins.
Able to Wet lab new procedures and provide evaluation feedback to engineering.
Accurately records results of repair and modification actions, accounts for time, and records other data per SCOP requirements in SAP or on Service Worksheets as applicable. Understands proper entries for less common usage (J-TAB, test only, subassembly servicing, etc.).
Perform complex repairs, alignments and tests.
Assist others as needed and may be assigned to determine airworthiness as an FAA inspector. Determine training needs.
Provide advanced training on all qualified equipment types.
Work with other levels of supervision to prioritize work, plan for future projects and determine the best utilization of personnel and resources in their work area.
Understands the importance of continually improving quality.
Can inspect and train others for preferred workmanship standards.
Can determine areas of improvement in shop quality and communicate a means of achieving a high standard.
Accept training as needed to work other areas of the shop as workloads demands.
Conducts activities in accordance with company Credo, Ethics and Standards of Business Conduct, and other established company policies.
Provide ideas for and participates in Lean activities, events, and other process improvement initiatives.
Generate estimates for units requiring extensive repairs, overhauls and complete rebuilds.
Provides technical / subject matter expertise in one or more areas to Service Center, other Centers, Support and/or Engineering.
May provide single point of contact on major engineering flight test certification and modification programs for intra-company departments and/or customer.
Actively supports team concepts between shifts, sections, and individuals.
Associate's Degree in applicable technical field or three years related experience plus nine years related experience.
Cooperation - Fosters teamwork across the company, always acting the with best interests of the company in mind.
Dependability - Exerts consistent effort to provide quality results that are focused on the bottom-line.
Detail Orientation - Consistently produces quality results while striving to work to the best of one's ability.
Drive - Demonstrates high energy and optimism when working on all projects.
Judgment - Able to make quick and well-informed decisions, even under high pressured situations.
Listening - Practices active listening while assimilating new information as the speaker continues.
Relationships - Displays sensitivity and awareness of how his/her actions affect customers and coworkers.
Time Management - Keeps self and others focused on the priorities for the day.
*Associates Degree
*3-4 years MINIMUM avionics experience (display or CRT work)
*DOT Drug and Background check
*Will work 2nd shift, start at 2 or 3 and work 8 hours. there will also be overtime
Job Number: 1610061473
Job Location: Atlanta, GA
Duration: 6 months
Input Date: 12/20/2016
Attention: Jason Andrzejewski
Address: P O BOX 619820
City, State: DALLAS, TX 75261-9820
Phone: 214/647-9600
800 Phone: 800/270-4737
Fax Phone: 214/647-9636

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