Bulgaria, Sofia, SofiaR&D
Our mission at DRONAMICS is to democratize air freight and enable same day shipping for everyone, everywhere. To achieve this, we are developing a new type of cargo airplane, one that is small, remotely-piloted and extremely fuel efficient. It can transport up to 350 kg over 2,500 km for a cost that's 50% lower than other airplanes. It flies autonomously, can be monitored and managed remotely via satellite, and can land and take off anywhere with at least 400m of landstrip This is the kind of technology that can transform whole economies.
At first, it didn't sound possible, but we keep proving it is, which is why we've called it “The Black Swan”. It can land on short and unpaved runways, enabling on-demand point-to-point flights and speedy same-day delivery even to the most remote locations that would otherwise take days to reach over ground or sea.
We are starting with domestic air networks in Europe and Australia with fleets of the Black Swan, taking advantage of the multitude of small airfields that are often unused, training local personnel as drone and logistics operators, and partnering with local industry to provide a valuable lifeline of getting goods in and out of small, remote, mountainous and/or island communities within hours at a cost that is often below even that of road transportation.
We believe that rapid and reliable shipping has enormous socio-economic benefits , and our goal is to enable same-day deliveries for every single person on the planet at a cost that they can afford.
The Avionics Technician will have the opportunity to contribute to shaping the future of mobility through their expertise in troubleshooting, repairing, inspecting, modifying and servicing Dronamics electrical and electronic equipment of our cargo aircraft.
Installing and testing complex avionics equipment and electrical systems on aircraft
Reviewing and interpreting wiring diagrams
Building wiring harnesses
Installation of earthing and static discharge systems
Installation of RF systems
Ensuring that all avionics equipment works properly before take-off and that they do not interfere with any other electronic device
Removing, repairing, and re-installing any problematic avionics equipment before an aircraft is cleared for take-off
Providing accurate diagnoses of difficult avionics problems within the flightline environment
Organizing ground support and test equipment for flight tests
Supporting the analysis of flight test data to diagnose malfunctions and study the operations of the electrical components
Collaborating with engineers, technicians, and aircraft maintenance staff
Keeping detailed records of all repairs and work performed on the aircraft in the relevant log books
Experience in working remote flightline
Qualifications in electrical engineering or aviation maintenance in the aviation industry
Previous work experience with aircraft electrical repair and with specific aircraft maintenance and repair manuals
Experience with systems such as NAV/COM/PULSE, Autopilot, GPS, and RVSM.
Strong working knowledge of aviation safety practices and technology
An understanding of other aircraft systems, such as hydraulics and flight control.
The ability to read and interpret blueprints
Excellent analytical, attention-to-detail, troubleshooting, problem-solving, communication, and teamwork skills
Steady hands and excellent eyesight
Self starter and used to working on own initiative
Conscientious worker and high standard of work
What We Offer
A competitive compensation package for a Series A company
Lots of opportunities for personal and professional growth on a global level
Tons of work, zero office politics - we are here to impact the lives of millions of people around the world
A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to frame the future of how the world moves goods