An Aerodynamics Engineer is responsible for performing engineering duties regarding designing, constructing, and testing aircraft, missiles and spacecraft.
Much of the work will involve recommending improvements in testing equipment and techniques, and reporting.
Day to day duties involve evaluating projects derived from flight simulations, wind tunnel test programmes and aircraft configuration testing.
You may also be required to analyse project requests, proposals, or engineering data to determine feasibility, productibility, cost, or production time of aerospace or aeronautical products too.
Starting salary for an Aerodynamics Engineer is around £27,000.
The average salary is £52,551.
An experienced Aerodynamics Engineer can expect to earn around £52,000.
*Data gathered from Aviation Job Search records for the 12 months previous.