Archangel Systems, celebrating its thirtieth anniversary, is a pioneer in the development and manufacture of certified inertial sensor solutions for aerospace applications as well as a number of specialized and critical interface boxes. Archangel Systems is based in Auburn, Alabama, the home of Auburn University. Auburn is in eastern Alabama and is rated as one of the top 10 small cities in the United States, with excellent health care facilities, many golf courses, nearby recreational lakes, modest housing costs and outstanding cultural activities at the Gogue Center for Performing Arts as well as the East Alabama Arts Center. Accessibility to Auburn is easy being a little over 1 hour from Atlanta’s International Airport,

Our current customer base is global and includes all aircraft classes from EVTOL and light helicopters to supersonic trainers and transport aircraft, as well as Abrams A1 Tanks. Customers range from aircraft manufacturers and fleet operators to military retrofitters. The customer list includes the US Air Force, US Navy, Space and Missile Defense Command, DARPA as well as many major companies.

Archangel Systems, Inc (Auburn, AL), manufacturer of Aerospace Inertial Sensing devices, is seeking to fill a position for an electronics technician.  The following requirements apply for full time position consideration:

  • Electronics Training (Technical School 2 year Degree, or Military equivalent)
  • Knowledge of solid state circuitry including processors, logic circuits, operational amplifiers, DC power supplies, and transistors.
  • Solder Training – Knowledge in repair of PCB circuit boards, both through hole and surface mount devices.
  • Applicant must have 2+ years of continuous work experience in the repair of circuit boards to component level, using basic test equipment such as multi-meter and oscilloscope.
  • Must have 2+ years experience in editing spreadsheets and documents using Microsoft Office Excel and Word.
  • Must have knowledge of solid state circuitry including processors, logic circuits, operational amplifiers, DC power supplies, and transistors.
  • Must be willing to work 40+ hours per week (Mon-Fri). Hourly position.

All applicants must be:

  • Highly motivated
  • Goal orientated
  • Possess good communication skills
  • Be willing to learn new skill sets

Pluses for employment consideration:

Nationally recognized soldering certification, such as IPC, CIS or CIT certification


Compensation: $20-$40 hr depending on skills and experience.

Benefits include flexible work schedule, health insurance, 401k with match, liberal holiday and vacation benefits.

To apply please reach out to: