Avionics engineers work with the electrical components of an aircraft. Having a solid background of advanced electronic equipment and systems diagnostics, they will inspect, test and repair within this area, more specifically on navigation, communication and flight control systems.
As the go-to expert in this field, other responsibilities might include identifying electronic issues with the appropriate diagnostic systems, testing and repairing any problems. You may also be expected to install new systems and report on your work.
Find out more about a role as an avionics engineer on our full job description.
The average salary for an avionics engineer is £52,866*. Starting salary is around £25,000, whilst an experienced avionics engineer can expect to earn around £65,000.
*Aviation Job Search data 2018