Guardian Flight, dba Air Medical Resource Group (AMRG) is a leading provider of air medical services, management, and experience in the air medical industry, caring for and transporting patients in rural area hospitals to large tertiary care facilities in metropolitan areas. We utilize the most advanced equipment, quality aircraft, and most importantly, trained and experienced staff to accomplish our mission of saving lives and caring for the communities we serve.ResponsibilitiesThe Roving Avionics Technician will perform their duties and responsibilities as listed below in support of the company#8217;s 14 CFR Part 145 Certified Repair Station and Part 135 Air Carrier Certificate. These duties may include extensive travel at times. They will be expected to possess the experience and knowledge listed in the Minimum Qualification section below to ensure the maintenance and alterations performed on company aircraft are in accordance with the appropriate technical data and in compliance with all applicable regulatory requirements. The Roving Avionics Technician will report directly to the Regional Maintenance Manager. WHAT WE OFFER YOU: Guardian Flight is dedicated to offering our employees a safe, challenging, professional and team-oriented working environment with competitive compensation and benefits as listed below: A pay rate of $65k - $72k/yr DOE with a $10,000 Sign On BonusMonday #8211; Friday work schedulePaid Time Off (Vacation & Holiday)$40 monthly cell phone allowanceMedical/Dental/Vision Insurance401k with company matchPaid Life InsuranceShort Term and Long Term Disability Insurance

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Current FAA Airframe Mechanic certificate (or be able to obtain within 4 months of hire)5 years field maintenance experience maintaining avionics systems in modern complex rotorcraft operated on an air carrier (14 CFR Part 135) certificate3 years experience performing installations of avionics systems in modern complex rotorcraftAbility to efficiently troubleshoot and repair electrical and avionics systemsAbility and willingness to gain a thorough knowledge of the company#8217;s General Maintenance Manual, SOP Manual, and applicable Federal Aviation RegulationsAbility and willingness to work days, nights, weekends, and be on-call 24 hours a day during the scheduled duty period assignedAbility and willingness to travel to remote operating bases and remain on site until the aircraft has been repaired, returned to service, and confirmation that the repair applied has corrected the reported fault.Possess sound judgment and objectivity in critical decision-making situationsPossess honesty, integrity and a commitment to maintaining a safe and compliant aircraftComputer skills to include a good working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint) PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Current FAA Airframe Mechanic certificate10 years of rotorcraft avionics field maintenance experience with an EMS operator5 years of experience maintaining aircraft avionics systems working as a repairman for a 14 CFR 145 Certified Repair Station5 years of experience maintaining avionics systems on Airbus Helicopters (Formerly Eurocopter) aircraft PLEASE NOTE: This position is offered for an Avionics Rover Technician who supports remote EMS operating bases where one highly qualified technician maintains a complex single enginerotorcraft configured with state-of-the-art avionics and EMS medical equipment.  You must be able to accomplish all technical and administrative functions on your own with no direct supervision. PLEASE ONLY APPLY if you meet the minimum qualifications listed above.