For over 30 years, Panasonic Avionics Corporation has led the industry in design and implementation of breakthrough In-Flight Entertainment solutions that connect the business and pleasure of flying. As part of the larger Panasonic brand, our name shows commitment and investment to improving quality of life. Headquartered in Lake Forest, California, Panasonic Avionics Corporation maintains corporate and engineering offices in Bothell, Washington; regional centers in Dallas, Singapore, London, Tokyo, and Dubai; and field service, maintenance and sales facilities throughout the world.
We are in search for a Maintenance Services Representative. The basic duties will include:
Perform maintenance, preventive maintenance, and alterations to Panasonic Avionics Corporation (PAC) In-flight Entertainment Systems on aircraft subjected to Federal Aviation Regulations Part 121, 127 or 135, or 145 to include: troubleshooting and testing of electronic assemblies and units, the removal and replacement of electronic assemblies, units or cabling while installed in the aircraft and the modification/alteration of installed equipment.
Aircraft/IFE Maintenance and Support
Perform built-in test (BIT) and manual test of Panasonic Avionics Corporation IFE systems.
Troubleshoot electronic units, cabling or seat consoles in which failures occur down to the line replaceable modules, using knowledge of electronic theory.
Identify necessary repairs to restore functional acceptance, which may require the removal and replacement of defective line replaceable modules and/or cabling.
Operate a vehicle on airport property and around aircraft.
Operate airline communications equipment.
Communicate and interface with customer.
Document the testing and repairs using computer and bar-coding equipment.
Receive and prepare parts.
Assist in tracking the spares inventory.
Perform other reasonable related duties as assigned by immediate supervisor or upper management.
High school diploma or equivalent.
1 -3 years related industry experience preferred.
A&P (airframe & powerplant) mechanic license as outlined in FAR Part 65.
Current and valid driver's license required.
Ability to pass extensive security and background checks.
May require both international and domestic travel, up to 25 % of time, to other line station locations to provide relief from time to time as required.
Must be able to work any shift, weekends and holidays
Manual dexterity to grasp and work with tool parts and equipment.
Ability to climb and work from ladder or platform, and endure sitting, standing, bending or twisting for extended periods and ability to lift up to 50 pounds.
Ability to operate under extreme weather conditions and in confined spaces for extended periods.
Ability to cope with environmental conditions which may include exposure to congestion and varying noise levels.
Ability to read, comprehend and follow instructions, procedures, blueprints, diagrams, manuals and to comprehend and follow verbal instruction.
Proficient in Word, Excel, Outlook (MS products).
Knowledge of electronic and troubleshooting generally acquired through commercial aviation, military experience or technical school education combined with one or two years of related industry experience.
Ability to work in a high-stress, high-pressure environment.
Determines methods and procedures on new assignments.
Works on problems of moderate to diverse scope requiring considerable judgment and initiative.
Understands implications of work and makes recommendations for solutions.
As a skilled specialist, completes tasks in resourceful and effective ways.
Climb and work from ladder or platforms.