Tuesday , February 27 2024


Website U.S. Coast Guard

Job Description:

AETs inspect, service, maintain, troubleshoot, and repair avionics systems that perform communications, navigation, collision avoidance, target acquisition, and automatic flight-control functions. In addition, they inspect, service, maintain, troubleshoot and repair aircraft batteries, AC and DC power generation, conversion and distribution systems, as well as the electrical control and indication functions of all airframe systems, including hydraulics, flight control, landing gear, fuel, environmental control, power plant, drive train, anti-ice, and fire detection. AETs perform ground handling and servicing of aircraft, and conduct routine aircraft inspections and aviation administrative duties. They will also fill aircrew positions such as navigator, flight mechanic, radio operator, sensor systems operator, and basic aircrewman.

Job Responsibilities:

AETs are stationed at large and small Coast Guard air stations throughout the United States and Puerto Rico, and may be assigned to the Polar Operations Division in Mobile, AL, in support of icebreaking operations. These professionals work on the HC-130H and J (Hercules), HC-144 (Ocean Sentry), and the HU-25A (Falcon) fixed winged aircraft, and the HH-60J (Jay-Hawk) and HH-65A (Dolphin) helicopters.

Job Requirements:

Proficiency in solving practical mathematical problems, a high degree of electrical and mechanical aptitude, and school courses in algebra, trigonometry, physics, electricity and mechanics are extremely useful, as is experience in the electrical field. The member must pass an aircrew-candidate physical and qualify for a secret security clearance.

Job Details:

Company: U.S. Coast Guard

Vacancy Type:  Full Time

Job Location: Sarasota, FL, US

Application Deadline: N/A

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