Electronics Technician

Job Title: Electronics Technician
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Western Australia, Australia
Salary: Competitive
Start Date: 2019-12-09
Reference: BH-120350
Contact Name: Laura Duncan
Contact Email:
Job Published: December 09, 2019 01:23

Job Description

Our aviation client is currently recruiting for an Electronics Technician to join them. This is a varied role, working in the field across a variety of international and local projects.

Duties and Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
  • Ensure the continued operation and serviceability of the airborne Geophysical equipment whilst in field, as per standard operating procedures
  • First-line data QC on data collected whilst flying
  • Ensure the calibration of Geophysical equipment before the commencement of a project in accordance with the project specifications
  • Fault finding and repairs to Geophysical equipment that may be required with the assistance from the office
  • In-field data management, upload or providing the data to the date processing department
  • Provide training to new E-Tech’s when needed
  • Assist with repairs and logistics at the office when not on field duty or on time off in Lieu
  • Daily reporting to the office on Geophysical equipment status
  • Manage installed Geophysical equipment and spares for continued serviceability, security
  • The ETechnician remains responsible and accountable for Geophysical equipment in the field
Experience and Skills Required:
  • Diploma in Electronics
  • Technical understanding of electronics or instrumentation or IT
  • Interest in airborne Geophysical survey
  • Strong general technical understanding
  • Willing to stay in the field for 6 weeks
  • Able to work well within a team of different professions
  • Competency in the following software packages: Word, Excel, Windows, Linux 
  • Mechanical understanding
If interested, please upload your resume by selecting ‘Apply’.