Aerospace Engineer recruitment agency listing
What is Aerospace Engineering?
An Aerospace Engineer is responsible for the research and design of aircraft, missiles, satellites and space vehicles. The purpose of an Aerospace Engineer is to improve the functionality of flight systems. This could include improving safety, increasing speed, and limiting costs. One of the most important aspects of Aerospace Engineering is to develop new environmentally friendly methods of air travel. There are a varied selection of job positions within the Aeronautical Engineering industry, including Development, Research, and Manufacturing.
An Aerospace Engineer must hold a degree in a scientific subject. Candidates who have a degree in Engineering may also be considered if they studied Aerospace modules throughout their course of study. Many candidates in the Aerospace Sector undertake advanced degrees in order to set themselves apart from competition due to the competitive nature of the industry.
Although the UK Aerospace Industry creates many jobs, competition for these roles tends to be fiercely competitive. Work experience programmes allow candidatest to network and find a gateway into the industry. Employment opportunities also exist abroad within international Aerospace organisations. Aerospace engineering positions are often advertised by recruitment agencies - many of whom are specialists, with expertise in this sector.
Salaries in the sector
The average starting salary of an aerospace engineer is between £20,000 and £26,000. Those with experience typically earn around £40,000, and a Project Leader's salary could be as much as £65,000.
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