Avionic Mechanic (U.S. Army)
***THIS POSITION REQUIRES YOU TO JOIN THE U.S. ARMY OR ARMY RESERVE***
- Must be a United States Citizen or Green Card Holder
- Education - Current Senior in High School (HS), HS Diploma, GED, or higher.
Avionic Mechanics are responsible for handling maintenance and repair of all complex avionics equipment used to fly Army aircraft. Avionics mechanics plays a critical role in keeping Army planes and their equipment safe and up to date. Avionics mechanics have an affinity or preference for mathematics and shop mechanics, working with aircraft, and have good multi-tasking abilities.
However, we offer our Soldiers much more than just a paycheck — we offer a purpose-driven career that allows applicants to align their passion points with their professional pursuits. In addition to medical and retirement plans, we offer 30-days of annual leave accrual, paid federal holidays, low-cost life insurance, tuition assistance, and the Post 9/11 GI Bill.
- Perform maintenance on Army aircraft flight controls and apparatus.
- Inspect tactical communications, security, and navigation equipment.
- Troubleshooting problems and maintenance of aircraft systems.
- Use tools to repair and diagnose those systems.
- Attend Basic and advanced training (Paid).
- Complete the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB).
- Submit to the background and medical screening.
- Up to $40K enlistment bonus.
- Student Loan Repayment Programs.
- Tuition Assistance.
- Post-911 GI Bill.
- Tax-Free Housing Allowance.
- Tax-Free Food Allowance.
- Low-Cost Health Insurance (Tricare).
- Low-Cost Life Insurance Policy up to $500K.
- Transferable Technical Certifications.
For more information fill out the form fill in the link below or contact
Staff Sergeant Nathan A. Brewer