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Aircraft electricians maintain and repair electrical systems in aircraft equipment in order to ensure the safety of its operation. Following procedures in manuals and using their own technical knowledge, aircraft electricians install, repair, and maintain electrical wiring and cables in aircraft. Depending on the company's needs, you may also be expected to handle electronics as well. All parts must be brought to very specific standards that are defined by government regulations. Aircraft electricians also troubleshoot problems by analyzing malfunctions. You typically need to have a high school diploma or equivalent, in addition to a certain length of experience varying between 18 to 36 months.
Job openings for aircraft electricians can be found through typical channels like online job boards such as ZipRecruiter, Indeed, and CareerBuilder. Vacancies can also be found on military websites (e.g. Army, Air Force). The interview will focus on your technical ability. Because many candidates will share the same qualifications, the employer may want to assess candidates' cultural fit, work ethic, and other unique abilities and competitive advantages. You'll most likely be asked about your motivation for applying to that specific organization: why that one, and not another one? Your ability to work in a team may also be important.
To prepare for an interview for aircraft electricians, keep in mind that you'll be a part of a larger organization and try to imagine how you fit into it. Think about times when you worked on a team and were able to overcome differences between you and your team members in order to achieve an objective. For instance, there may have been a mismatch between you and another person's communication style or personality. Also think about why you're applying to that organization: research the company's culture and identify certain values that you agree with. Finally, be prepared to speak about your experience as an electrician. You may be asked about your work in terms of the scale and impacts you've had; make sure you're able to articulate electrical theory.