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Avionics Technician (Entry-level)

Defence Jobs - Adelaide, SA

Trades & Services
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The Air Force operates at the leading edge of technical capability, with world-class aircraft and sophisticated electronic and air defence systems that give us the edge across the many roles we perform, from tactical strike to search and rescue and disaster relief. Our cutting-edge aviation technology demands expert maintenance and repair.

When you join the Air Force, you’ll benefit from our investment in your professional growth, plus enjoy great work/life balance and extensive benefits from free healthcare to excellent fitness facilities.

Our skilled trade team is looking for inquisitive, solutions focussed Avionics Technicians. In this full-time, entry level role, you’ll maintain the state-of-the-art electronic systems used to control, navigate and arm our formidable fleet of combat, surveillance, training and transport aircraft.

With your precision and dexterity, you’ll ensure that the aircraft in your workshop are safe and ready for flight for airborne missions.

You’ll receive full trade training from the Air Force – no experience required – and a competitive salary starting at $70,417pa plus generous super on completion of training. If you’re fit and lead an active lifestyle, would enjoy working around Australia and overseas, and are an Australian citizen, then apply now.

To read more about the role of an Avionics Technician in the Air Force, click https://airforce.defencejobs.gov.au/Jobs/avionics-technician

The Australian Defence Force is an equal opportunity employer. This advertisement is to ensure women are aware of the rewarding and fulfilling careers available in the Navy, Army and Air Force. Females are encouraged to apply, however all roles are open for Australian men and women to apply.