Aircraft engineers are responsible for ensuring aircraft operate safely and efficiently, doing so through inspections, maintenance and repairs. As well as maintaining existing aircraft, engineers also play an important role in the research, design and development of commercial and military aircraft, systems and components.
The aerospace field is an incredibly complex one, with an emphasis on quality, safety, performance and reliability. Because of this, employers are always on the lookout for the knowledgeable, highly skilled engineers who are looking to move on to begin a new challenge in their career.
Morson is the UK’s leading recruitment provider to the aerospace and defence sector and has been for over 40 years. During this time we’ve built strong working relationships with some of the world’s most exciting, high-profile organisations. This means we can assist in placing candidates in niche disciplines in projects all across the globe.
At Morson, our aerospace and defence recruitment division is split into five specially structured teams, each designed to meet the various specific requirements of the marketplace. Each team is made up of specialist consultants who are experts in their field, with years of experiencing sourcing and placing the best and brightest candidates in roles both in the UK and overseas.
We recruit for a variety of aircraft engineer roles, including:
- B1 Licensed Line Engineer
- B2 Licensed Line Engineer
- Mechanical Technicians
- Mechanical Supervisors
- Avionics Supervisor
- Electrical Supervisor
- Structural Engineer
- Support Engineer
- Planning and Configuration Control Engineer
- Maintenance Control Engineer
- CAD Design Engineer
Current aircraft engineer jobs are listed below.