The industrial electronics engineer is a specialist in electrical and electronic equipment in industry. These include the radar system, on-board instruments, autopilot and radio navigation, as well as all of the electrical wiring.
• Inspect all the aforementioned systems in order to identify those which must be replaced or repaired,
• Carry out tests on said systems in order to seek the causes of breakdowns,
• After detection of the breakdown, fix the corrective actions to put an end to malfunction,
• Ensure that the parts are reassembled correctly and function normally,
• Carry out checks on the quality of the repairs carried out, and make corrections if necessary.
• Ability to read a plan and apply with all the rigor required the instructions contained in the technical documentation,
• Great mastery of the use of sophisticated equipment to carry out tests,
• Ability to dismantle and reassemble the systems in place after the diagnosis of breakdowns and adequate repairs,
• Ability to develop an intervention plan and to respect it, • Ability to adapt to new technologies and ability to master them,
• Extreme thoroughness to perform work with precision,
• A high availability, because missions can be done at staggered times,
• Proficiency in technical English.
The holder of a B2 License (PART 66) can apply for the position of aircraft electronics engineer.
Those who have the aeronautical qualifications required by the Army or a pro aeronautical bac in avionics systems are also of interest to recruiters.
Associated with a Complementary Mention (MC) in aeronautical maintenance, this last diploma constitutes an asset to be exploited.
For his first position, the electronics / aircraft electrician can claim a salary more or less equal to the minimum wage. A qualified professional, meanwhile, earns around € 2,300 gross per month.
With years of experience under his belt, the electronics / aircraft electrician can become a team leader or controller within the company in which he works. It is also possible for him to join the Technical Offices in order to take on greater responsibilities.