Student Veterans of America Jobs

Welcome to SVA’s jobs portal, your one-stop shop for finding the most up to date source of employment opportunities. We have partnered with the National Labor Exchange to provide you this information. You may be looking for part-time employment to supplement your income while you are in school. You might be looking for an internship to add experience to your resume. And you may be completing your training ready to start a new career. This site has all of those types of jobs.

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Sierra Nevada Corporation Avionics Technician IV (Contract) Shift Work Required in Louisville, Colorado

Are you a highly-skilled avionics professional ready to take your aviationcareer to next level? Join our team! As an Avionics Technician IV, youwill be using your skills and expertise to repair and maintain electronicsystems involved with the operation of an aircraft. You'll be responsiblefor moderately complex installation, testing, troubleshooting, andrepairing our aircraft avionics and electrical system components and keepingour aircraft in airworthy condition.The Space Systems business area, based in Louisville, Colorado withoperations in Madison, Wisconsin and Durham, North Carolina, designs andmanufactures advanced spacecraft, satellites, propulsion and environmentalsystems, spacecraft subsystems and components for the U.S. government(including NASA), commercial customers and international organizations.Primary Responsibilities Include:Leads a group through the build and test processes to support productioneffortsCompletes parts lists, checks drawings, generates and processesengineering/document change requests, notices, and/or orders and othergeneral engineer tasking with direction from EngineersWorks with the program team to support the production schedulesPerforms wiring harness routing and installation in confined spaces followingspecified proceduresFabricates, modifies, and repairs wire harnesses; including circular andD-Sub connectors, potted connectors, and metal braid shielded harnessesper engineering documentation and required standardsTests electrical assemblies by manual and automated meansAssists engineering with performing tests, collection of test data,troubleshooting, and assessing the manufacturability of new cabling designsAnalyzes and develops solutions to complex electronic problemsPerforms basic mechanical and electrical removals and installationsPerforms and documents all work according to established company processesObserves all safety precautions when working with ESD sensitive hardwareMaintains a neat and orderly work environment by operating with a "clean asyou go" mentalityComplies with all environmental, health, and safety policies and proceduresAssists team member with non-avionics specific workAdditional Responsibilities Include:Punctuality to work each day and prepared to work scheduled work hoursOther duties as assignedPlans and assigns work for team members to accomplish management objectives ina timely mannerEnsures that all team members have the tools, training, materials, andsupport required to do their workPerforms internal audits and maintains a high standard of compliance tocompany policies and proceduresMust-haves:High school diploma or GED equivalent and typically 10 or more years ofrelevant experienceA higher-level degree may substitute for experienceRelated experience may be considered in lieu of required educationClean room experience desiredNASA 8739.4 certification and/or IPC-620 with Space Addendum desiredAircraft modification or spacecraft assembly experience requiredKnowledge of reading, interpreting drawings, diagrams, and manuals;aircraft avionics/other systems; wire coding systems; avionics test equipmentKnowledge of manuals necessary to perform jobSkilled using basic hand tools, operate ground support equipment,troubleshoot electrical/electronic systems, and measuring using a varietyof basic and precision measuring devices relating to job functionPreferred:Familiarity with FCC and FCC GROLAbility to mentor and guide subordinatesBasic understanding of spectrometer, Oscilloscope and/or Pitot staticequipment