Airworthiness Engineers typically work in an aerodrome, dealing with aircraft and associated software systems to test whether an aircraft is fit to fly.
Job responsibilities for an Airworthiness Engineer includes reviewing incoming aircraft, monitoring and reviewing the performance of aircraft maintenance programmes, introducing and validating amendments to maintenance programmes, and action arising from applicability requirements.
You will also be required to assist in reviewing technical information received from the relevant Regulatory Authorities. You may also be required to complete regular performance reports.
The starting salary for an Airworthiness Engineer is around £39,000.
The average salary is £54,248.
An experienced Airworthiness Engineer can earn around £56,000.
*Data gathered from Aviation Job Search records for the 12 months previous.