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£43,000 - £50,000 Stansted Aerospace Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire, East
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Frequently asked questions

You are required to complete your engineering degree with a major in aeronautical or aerospace. If you have a four-year full-time degree, you can apply for the job. Applicants with technical expertise have an advantage. There are different aerospace engineering jobs that you can apply to based on your qualification and aptitude.

If you have a degree in aeronautical engineering, you can work as Flight Mechanics Engineer, Aircraft Production Engineer, Air Safety Officer, Assistant Technical Officer and a Graduate Engineer Trainee. The UK airspace industry has promising job opportunities for graduates from various engineering disciplines. Explore the openings in government and private aviation organisations to have more options.

To pursue your career as an aeronautical engineer you need to complete the 4-year bachelor’s degree programme that is approved and accredited by ABET. There are many institutes offering Masters programmes as well. After completing the degree, you are eligible to apply for internships and jobs. Aviation Job Search can make the effort simple, view the available vacancies now!

The employment opportunities for aeronautical engineers are increasing and expected to become even more lucrative in the coming years. With the variety of roles the aerospace industry is offering, this has become a diverse field where aerospace engineers can work in the safety, technical and other departments depending on their expertise and inclination.

The employers of engineering firms prefer candidates with a Masters degree in Engineering. However, you need to have expertise in the relevant engineering field. For recruiting the fresh aeronautical engineering graduates, companies also take help of the internship programs. After getting the technical knowledge and skills, you can start working as an aeronautical engineer.

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Aeronautical Engineer Job Description 

Aerospace engineers check and improve efficiency of the aircrafts. They also use CAD software to provide design plans and look over the installation and performance of aeroplanes’ engines and equipment. Regular inspections of the planes, making and instructing repairs and servicing are also done by an aeronautical engineer. When plane crashes and other accidents occur, aerospace engineers investigate the incidents. They also implement strategies for minimizing usage of fuel and air pollution along with ensuring that an aircraft is properly functional and safe for a long flight. Aeronautical engineers provide technical reports and give suggestions on projects. 

Aeronautical Engineer Job Responsibilities 

The job responsibilities of an aeronautical engineer may vary depending on the specialized area and the organisation but some of the major requirements for this role are using latest and tested knowledge and techniques to make aircrafts and equipment that are used for support. Aeronautical engineering scope is not just limited to building the aeroplanes, the engineers are sometimes asked to be a part of test flights to check the accuracy and efficiency of the machines. They also give detailed consultancy to the clients on how they can improve equipment and technical areas. Find your dream aeronautical engineer careers at Aviation Job Search!

Skills Required for Building Aeronautical Engineer Career

Flexibility and strong nerves are required for aerospace engineering jobs as the engineers are asked to travel across multiple sites. The ability to take workload positively without affecting the quality is also important for this line of work. You need to have strong analytical skills to get different tasks done meticulously. The engineers working on airports or other places are required to have good time management skills as well. There will be new challenges so they need to have the ability to face them and not fall. If you are an aeronautical engineer and know multiple languages it will help you get job opportunities for international aerospace ventures.