Aircraft Maintenance Specialist Jobs in USA | United States Air Force Career

Position Summary

The technological and electrical know-how of wiring our equipment is paramount to every mission. As an Aircraft Electrical and Environmental Systems specialist, you’ll work on the wiring and electrical components of our airpower. From engine control to pressuring cabins, you ensure the safety of our Airmen and the efficient completion of our objectives.

Primary Responsibilities

Perform cryogenic maintenance on mobile aircraft-servicing units.
Ensure compliance with technical directives and publications.
Inspect, maintain and troubleshoot electrical and environmental (E & E) systems.
Repair and replace defective parts.


Up to 30 days of vacation with pay each year
Excellent healthcare coverage for you and your family
Food and housing allowance
A generous retirement program from day one of your service
World class job/technical training that will make you competitive in any field
Financial benefits to help you pay for college/higher education


Must have a high school diploma, GED with 15 college credits or GED
Knowledge of electrical, electronic and mechanical principles relating to E & E systems
Experience maintaining electrical, electronic and environmental systems
Normal color vision
Completion of 8.5 weeks of Basic Military Training
Must be between the ages of 17 and 39

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The Air National Guard is a unique military branch that offer you great careers while giving you the flexibility to work full time or part time. This means you can have a full time civilian career while serving as a military member in your community. By choosing to join the Air National Guard, you will be trained by the best technical experts in your field and will receive valuable leadership skills that will propel your future to new heights.