Air Accidents Investigator (aviation engineer)
Air Accidents Investigation Branch
“It’s never just one thing that goes wrong. There’s always a series of events that lead up to it.” Steve investigates the cause of aircraft accidents. He joined the RAF aged 19 and trained as an aircraft technician. Steve went on to become an RAF engineer, gaining a degree in electrical systems engineering and later a Master’s degree in the process.
More information about Electronics engineers
The UK average salary is £29,813
There are 37.5 hours in the average working week
The UK workforce is 47% female and 53% male
- Undertakes research and advises on all aspects of telecommunications equipment, radar, telemetry and remote control systems, data processing equipment, microwaves and other electronic equipment;
- Determines and specifies appropriate production and/or installation methods and quality and safety standards;
- Organises and establishes control systems to monitor performance and evaluate designs;
- Tests, diagnoses faults and undertakes repair of electronic equipment.
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