Global Simulator Training Center Group, Avenger Flight Group, Seeks Simulator Technicians for US Centers

The global simulator training center group, Avenger Flight Group, is looking for Flight Simulator Technicians for multiple locations in Texas and Florida. Please see an excerpt from the job posting below.

“1. Flight Simulator Technician (“Sim Tech”) – Dallas/Fort Worth, TX

Simulator technicians are responsible for the daily operation of flight training devices. They are responsible for the day-to-day maintenance and upkeep of complex computer systems and critical equipment used by pilots and flight crew. Technicians often act as the first line of defense when a service call comes in from a customer.

Tasks include, but are not limited to:

  • Perform complex but standard technical tasks, including diagnostic, preventive and corrective maintenance
  • Use the QMS to record and track maintenance activities
  • Perform pre and post flight checks to ensure operational status
  • Perform visual alignments
  • Run QTG tests and evaluate the results
  • Assist with renovations and material modifications
  • Demonstrate initiative in applying and adapting procedures to resolve regular and unusual issues with training devices and associated systems
  • Communicate with customers in a timely and professional manner to ensure customer satisfaction

Qualifications:

  • Preferred: Minimum of 2 years of flight simulator experience
  • Desired (not required):
    • Build / Assemble Computers
    • Experience with hydraulic control and motion systems
    • Familiarity with AST/Singer Link machines an asset; specifically Evans and Sutherland (E&S) Visual Systems and Nighthawk Hosts.
  • Proficiency in the use of various types of test equipment and hand/specialty tools
  • Familiarity with Linux, networking, computer troubleshooting and creating backups.
  • Familiarity with Super C-Bus and DMC 16 IO systems.
  • Computer experience can be used in place of other technical experience.
  • Ability to read and interpret electrical and mechanical diagrams.
  • Knowledge of avionics and flight operations
  • Ability to climb stairs, bend, stoop and stand for long periods.
  • Ability to work any shift in a 24×7 operation.

2. Flight Simulator Technician (“Sim Tech”) – Dallas/Fort Worth, TX

Sim Techs are responsible for monitoring and repairing a variety of simulator-specific computer and visual systems, troubleshooting electronic equipment, and restoring all simulator equipment to service using a broad knowledge base.

Tasks include, but are not limited to:

  • Perform complex but standard technical tasks, including diagnostic, preventive and corrective maintenance.
  • Use the QMS to record and track maintenance activities.
  • Perform pre- and post-flight tasks on the simulators.
  • Perform visual alignments.
  • Run QTG tests and evaluate the results.
  • Assist with renovations and material modifications.
  • Demonstrate initiative in applying and adapting procedures to resolve regular and unusual issues with training devices and associated systems.
  • Interact with customers in a timely and professional manner to ensure customer satisfaction.

Qualifications:

  • Minimum of 2 years of flight simulator experience preferred.
  • Proficiency in the use of various types of test equipment and hand/special tools.
  • Experience building and assembling computers desired.
  • Familiarity with Linux, networking, computer troubleshooting and creating backups.
  • Familiarity with AST/Singer Link machines an asset; specifically Evans and Sutherland (E&S) Visual Systems and Nighthawk Hosts.
  • Familiarity with Super C-Bus and DMC 16 IO systems.
  • Computer experience can be used in place of other technical experience.
  • Ability to read and interpret schematics.
  • Knowledge of avionics and navigation concepts.
  • Ability to climb stairs, bend, stoop and stand for long periods.
  • Ability to work any shift in a 24×7 operation.
  • Experience with hydraulic motion systems an asset.

3. Flight Simulator Technician – Orlando and Sanford, Florida

Sim Techs are responsible for monitoring and repairing a variety of simulator-specific computer and visual systems, troubleshooting electronic equipment, and restoring all simulator equipment to service using a broad knowledge base.

Tasks include, but are not limited to:

  • Perform complex but standard technical tasks, including diagnostic, preventive and corrective maintenance.
  • Use the QMS to record and track maintenance activities.
  • Perform pre- and post-flight tasks on the simulators.
  • Perform visual alignments.
  • Run QTG tests and evaluate the results.
  • Assist with renovations and material modifications.
  • Demonstrate initiative in applying and adapting procedures to resolve regular and unusual issues with training devices and associated systems.
  • Interact with customers in a timely and professional manner to ensure customer satisfaction.

Terms:

  • Minimum of 2 years of flight simulator experience preferred.
  • Proficiency in the use of various types of test equipment and hand/special tools.
  • Experience building and assembling computers desired.
  • Familiarity with Linux, networking, computer troubleshooting and creating backups.
  • Familiarity with AST/Singer Link machines an asset; specifically, Evans and Sutherland (E&S) Visual Systems and Nighthawk Hosts.
  • Familiarity with Super C-Bus and DMC 16 IO systems.
  • Computer experience can be used in place of other technical experience.
  • Ability to read and interpret schematics.
  • Knowledge of avionics and navigation concepts.
  • Ability to climb stairs, bend, stoop and stand for long periods.
  • Ability to work any shift in a 24×7 operation.
  • Experience with hydraulic motion systems an asset.

4. Flight Simulator Technician – Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Sim Techs are responsible for monitoring and repairing a variety of simulator-specific computer and visual systems, troubleshooting electronic equipment, and restoring all simulator equipment to service using a broad knowledge base.

Tasks include, but are not limited to:

  • Perform complex but standard technical tasks, including diagnostic, preventive and corrective maintenance.
  • Use the QMS to record and track maintenance activities.
  • Perform pre- and post-flight tasks on the simulators.
  • Perform visual alignments.
  • Run QTG tests and evaluate the results.
  • Assist with renovations and material modifications.
  • Demonstrate initiative in applying and adapting procedures to resolve regular and unusual issues with training devices and associated systems.
  • Interact with customers in a timely and professional manner to ensure customer satisfaction.

Terms:

  • Minimum of 2 years of flight simulator experience preferred.
  • Proficiency in the use of various types of test equipment and hand/special tools.
  • Experience building and assembling computers desired.
  • Familiarity with Linux, networking, computer troubleshooting and creating backups.
  • Familiarity with AST/Singer Link machines an asset; specifically, Evans and Sutherland (E&S) Visual Systems and Nighthawk Hosts.
  • Familiarity with Super C-Bus and DMC 16 IO systems.
  • Computer experience can be used in place of other technical experience.
  • Ability to read and interpret schematics.
  • Knowledge of avionics and navigation concepts.
  • Ability to climb stairs, bend, stoop and stand for long periods.
  • Ability to work any shift in a 24×7 operation.
  • Experience with hydraulic motion systems an asset.

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