About Hillsboro Aviation
1980, Hillsboro Aviation offers complete helicopter and airplane services
comprised of five divisions: contract & charter, aircraft sales &
management, service center, FBO, and parts sales. Serving domestic and
international markets in the government, commercial, and private sectors, we
have over 85 employees and 10 turbine aircraft. We operate out of our
award-winning headquarters at the Portland-Hillsboro Airport (KHIO).
We believe in
the power of a personal approach. We passionately purvey the notion of flight,
a dream demanding creativity, persistence, resilience, and intent. We strive to
foster a legacy of innovative thought, leadership, mentorship, service, and
sustainability. We are dedicated to providing opportunity and growth for our
team, our customers, and our community by providing extraordinary and memorable
experiences in the air and on the ground.
As an FAA Certified 145 Repair
Station, Hillsboro Aviation supports comprehensive maintenance and avionics
needs. From privately owned airplanes and helicopters to corporate fleet
management, we serve private, commercial, and government interests. Our
full-service location supports avionics, unscheduled and scheduled services,
heavy maintenance, and AOG emergencies. Our factory-trained mechanics and
avionics technicians boast an average of over 20 years of experience.
As Avionics Manager, you will work closely
with the Service Center Maintenance and Fleet Maintenance teams to manage
avionics projects while ensuring safety, quality, regulatory compliance,
customer satisfaction, employee development, and profitability.
The Avionics Manager reports to the
Service Center Manager and will be responsible for the following job duties,
including but not limited to:
This position has direct supervisory
responsibilities of the avionics team; currently 3 full-time avionics
technicians with plans to grow the team to 6 technicians.
Management of Service Center and Fleet Avionics work including:
of initial scope of work and change orders
communication throughout the project
that quality of work and regulatory compliance is paramount in all work
delivery of aircraft to customer
the process of troubleshooting and repair of customer/fleet aircraft
during AOG situations
Ideal candidates value a strong work ethic and optimistic attitude,
maintain a critical eye for detail and organization, and are excited to
represent Hillsboro Aviation in front of key customers.
Paid vacation, sick days, and holidays
Medical, dental, and vision
Hillsboro Aviation’s growth and sustainability is
rooted in its commitment to attracting a diverse set of talent from around the
world. To that end, we encourage qualified individuals from all walks of life
to apply. We are an equal opportunity employer (EEO) and do not discriminate on
the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity,
national origin, veteran, or disability status.
This job will remain open until filled. Please do
not call regarding the status of your application.