What does an Airworthiness Engineer do?
- Conduct airworthiness assessments to support and guide design development, modification and equipment failure investigations.
- Assist in development and deliver of airworthiness capabilities
- Provide airworthiness support and DDP certification to support airworthiness of equipment
- Generate reports surrounding projects and assessments
- Undertake regular audits in accordance with quality control regulations
What skills does an Airworthiness Engineer have?
Skills that prove useful for an airworthiness engineer include:
- Product design
- Aircraft safety knowledge
- Stakeholder management
- Project management skills
- Professional registration (for example CEng/IEng)
- Design certification experience within an aerospace organisation
- Previous OEM aircraft operations experience
- Excellent communication skills
- Team player
- Strong problem solving and decision making skills
Planning a career as an Airworthiness Engineer
What qualifications do I need?