Standard Occupational Classification (SOC): Avionics Technicians
Avionics technicians are trained to repair and maintain the electronic systems that are used in aircraft, including navigation, communication, and flight control systems. They may not have a direct role in the healthcare industry, but they may be involved in the transportation of medical personnel and equipment. For example, they may work on planes that are used to transport critically ill patients to hospitals or other medical facilities for treatment. In this capacity, they may be responsible for ensuring that the aircraft’s electronic systems are in good working order and functioning correctly, which is critical for the safe and efficient transportation of patients. They may also be responsible for performing routine maintenance tasks, such as testing and calibrating equipment, to help keep the aircraft in good condition.
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