Air Engineer Officer

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Your role Lead a team of specialist Air Engineering Technicians. They’ll rely on you to mentor them, and in return, you’ll get to see them develop into the engineers of the future. Collaborate with fellow industry specialists to develop new aviation solutions, from concept, to testing, manufacture and application. Take overall responsibility for maintaining, updating, fitting and testing our planes and helicopters, at Royal Naval Air Stations (RNAS), and on board ships all over the world. Work with some of the most advanced propulsion, weapons, navigation and control systems in existence, using your in-depth knowledge to find innovative solutions, often under extreme pressure. What you’ll get Skills for life Qualifications you'll gain  Become an internationally recognised Chartered Engineer – we’ll support your professional registration.  Opportunities open to you There are also many opportunities to get involved in post graduate study, for example, you might work towards an MSc in Military Aerospace, Airworthiness and Cyberspace operations.  Skills you'll develop Learn how to lead people in a highly pressurised environment. Build your team-working skills, working as a valued member of our management team. Gain an in-depth understanding of avionics and mechanical engineering – from the rotor system of a helicopter, to the weapons of a fighter jet. Pay and benefits A starting salary of at least £27,000, rising to around £33,000 after just two years. An excellent non-contributory pension scheme – we pay into it for you, so you don’t have to sacrifice any salary. A £27,000 joining bonus. Six weeks of paid holiday every year  Amazing opportunities, including world travel and adventurous training for two weeks every year. Free gym and sports, from football to kayaking to kite-surfing. Forces Help to Buy scheme – a 0% loan to get you on, or further up, the housing ladder. Subsidised travel, accommodation and food. Handy discounts with lots of top brands, from Marriott hotels to Audi cars and high street stores.  View all Royal Navy benefits What you'll need Eligibility You’ll need to be aged between 17 and 39 All Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) degrees will be considered You’ll need 72 UCAS points from your A-Levels (or Scottish equivalent), including two non-overlapping subject areas; acceptable UCAS points can be accrued from A-level grades A*-D, or AS-level grade A You’ll need at least 5 GCSEs at grades A-C (9-4) (or Scottish equivalent), which must include English and Mathematics at grade B/6 or above A British/British Dual National who has lived in the UK continuously for the 5 years prior to applying A Body Mass Index (BMI) between 18 and 28 (between 17 and 27 if under 18) Pass the Naval Swimming Test Skills and interests An ability to thrive on responsibility and lead from the front Confidence making key decisions in high-pressure situations A passion for cutting-edge engineering An aptitude for solving problems Check Eligibility

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