Aerospace Engineering & Operations Technicians
Also called: Electronics Technician, Spacecraft Systems Engineer, Instrumentation Technician, Avionics Technician
In the Air Force: Aerospace Ground Equipment; Aerospace Ground Equipment Superintendent; Aerospace Propulsion Apprentice, F100, F119, F135 Jet Engines; Aerospace Propulsion Helper, F100, F119, F135 Jet Engines; Aerospace Propulsion Journeyman, TF33, CF6, F103, F108, F117, TFE-731, TF34, TF39, PW 2040, F138 Jet Engines; Aircraft Armament Systems Apprentice, B-1; Aircraft Armament Systems Apprentice, RPA (MQ-1/MQ-9); Aircraft Armament Systems Helper, B-52/B-2; Aircraft Armament Systems Journeyman; Airlift/Special Mission Aircraft Maintenance Helper, C-130/C-27J
In the Army: Aircraft Electrician; Electronic Missile Systems Maintenance Warrant Officer; UH-60 Helicopter Repairer; Unmanned Aircraft Systems Repairer
In the Coast Guard: URL - Aviation Warfare Officer, Naval Flight Officer; URL - Aviation Warfare Officer, Pilot; URL - Aviation, Rating Terminated
In the Marine Corps: Aircraft Electrician; Electronic Missile Systems Maintenance Warrant Officer; Unmanned Aircraft Systems Repairer
In the Navy: Aviation Electrician's Mate; Aviation Electronics Technician; Aviation Machinist's Mate; Aviation Structural Mechanic; Operations Specialist; URL - Aviation Warfare Officer, Naval Flight Officer; URL - Aviation Warfare Officer, Pilot; URL - Aviation, Rating Terminated
- Inspect, diagnose, maintain, and operate test setups and equipment to detect malfunctions.
- Record and interpret test data on parts, assemblies, and mechanisms.
- Confer with engineering personnel regarding details and implications of test procedures and results.
Engineering and Technology
Arts and Humanities
Manufactured or Agricultural Goods
Ideas and Logic
People interested in this work like activities that include practical, hands-on problems and solutions.
They do well at jobs that need:
You might use software like this on the job:
Analytical or scientific software
Word processing software