As an Aeronautical Engineer (also known as Aerospace Engineer – Aeronautical) you'll work with some of the world's most sophisticated aeronautical technology while enjoying:
All that plus meaningful experiences such as joining peacekeeping missions and supporting communities in need.
Picture yourself in a state of the art hangar, supervising emergency repairs to an F/A-18F Super Hornet. Or 'fine-tuning' the propulsion systems of a C-17 Globemaster heavy transport aircraft.
This is no ordinary engineering job.
In the rewarding role of Aeronautical Engineer (Aerospace Engineer Officer – Aeronautical) you will be responsible for the leadership, management, and welfare of the technical and logistics personnel within your engineering team. Together you'll maintain and manage aircraft structures, propulsion systems, ancillary equipment and related ground support systems.
To ensure this technology is safely, efficiently and effectively employed you'll be responsible for:
The Air Force operates some of the most technically-advanced aircraft in the skies. So you and your team will operate at the leading edge of your field.
If you enjoy working with high-end technology and have the qualities to become an inspirational leader and manager, this is your chance to embark on a very fulfilling engineering career with excellent opportunities for advancement.
Sounds good? Then apply now (below).
Medical and fitness guidelines also apply.
Applications will be accepted from those at varying stages of education from students who have recently completed Year 12 to graduates with a four-year Bachelor of Engineering Degree. Click below for more details of the options available.
To be eligible to apply for this position you must have an appropriate visa to work in Australia.