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Posted: 06/06/2021

Interested in a variety of challenges across a broad range of avionics products? Do you desire to work in an environment where your contributions aid in the accomplishments of a growing company? Apply today to be a part of all of that and more!


Monday – Thursday

6:30 am – 5:00 pm

$13.50 per hour



Duties and responsibilities may vary slightly based on assigned job function (i.e., performing tasks in the disciplines of Receiving Inspection, Work-In-Progress (WIP) Inspection, PMA Kit Verification, or file archive/storage).

  • The Receiving Inspection function receives, sorts, and inspects purchased material, parts, and/or sub-assemblies as they arrive into the facility.
  • PMA Verification is an inspection duty ensuring that parts, assemblies and/or sub-assemblies gathered for shipment and delivery to a customer meets FAA requirements for Parts Manufacturing Authorization (PMA).
  • WIP Inspectors verify and confirm conformance to design criteria of products being assembled in the Production area. Completed assemblies, as well as sub-assemblies are submitted for inspection.
  • File archive/storage duties shall be performed on the paperwork and quality records resulting from the above-mentioned inspection tasks.
  • Although each inspection task is specifically named there will be no division of duties.
  • Once fully trained, and as assigned, each inspector will be responsible for inspection of PMA Kits, IQC Piece parts, WIP finished Units, and the archiving/storage of the associated quality records.



  • High School diploma or General Education Degree. Some college courses desirable.
  • Knowledge of military specifications and test equipment.
  • Ability to set up test circuits and / or fixtures.
  • One to two years electronic quality inspection experience demonstrating comparable job knowledge with minimum supervision.
  • Ability to test both active and passive electronic components, and hardware
  • Working knowledge of basic alphabetical and/or numerical filing methodology.
  • Must possess above average organizational skills.
  • Must possess general working knowledge of personal computers and related software (Microsoft Access, Excel, and Word).
  • Must be able to effectively communicate orally and write in a grammatically correct manner.
  • Ability to read and interpret blueprints, engineering specifications, Engineering Change Orders (ECOs), and pertinent documents
  • Ability to write routine reports and correspondence.
  • Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure,
  • Basic knowledge of Geometry and some Trigonometry.
  • The ability to read, interpret, and understand engineering drawings and specifications.
  • Familiarity with callipers, micrometers, scales, various rulers, and other such mechanical measuring devices. A thorough knowledge of set-ups, coordinate measurement and dimensional and geometric tolerance.
  • Basic computer skills, involving word processor and spreadsheet programs.
  • The employee must frequently lift and / or move objects weighing up to 50 pounds, and occasionally lift and /or move 100 pounds.
  • Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus, as with a microscope.

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