Jobs Of The Week: Aerospace Engineer Officer: Electronics, Aircraft Technician, Airfield Engineer Officer

This week's jobs are for the thinkers, the planners, the leaders, the fixers. If you're a problem solver and are looking for the perfect role — read on to find out more.

Aerospace Engineer Officer: Electronics

What's cool about this job? If you've got a knack for electronics and communications, this gig is for you. As an Aerospace Engineer Officer, you'll lead an engineering team focusing on technology. You'll work on state-of-the-art aircraft, infrastructure, weapons, and systems like RADAR, SONAR, IT and networks.

Specialising in electronics, you'll be responsible for airborne power generation and distribution, electrical control systems, instrument and navigation systems and automatic test equipment. You'll also look after communications, radar and sonar equipment, heavy ground radar, ground telecommunication equipment and computer networks. You can even further specialise into aircraft related systems or ground telecommunications related systems.

How much does it pay? Salary package upon completion of training is $85,582 per year (includes service allowances and an above average super)

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Aircraft Technician

What's cool about this job? The Aircraft Technician role is perfect for someone who enjoys fixing things. You’ll be trained on sophisticated aircraft systems such as landing gear, fuel, pressurisation, propulsion and much more.

You'll look after repair and fault diagnosis of landing gear and braking systems, air-conditioning, pressurisation and surface ice control systems. You'll also maintain and repair hydraulic and pneumatic power systems, fuel systems as well as fire warning, detecting and extinguishing systems — just to name a few.

How much does it pay? Salary package upon completion of training is $71,013 per year (includes service allowances and an above average super)

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Airfield Engineer Officer

What's cool about this job? You'll get to tap into your management, engineering and logistics skills for this role. You'll be giving advice to the wider Air Force on various infrastructure issues, perform a broad range of engineering and military roles and hold significant responsibility.

You'll be deployed regularly, working with trades like plumbers, electricians, carpenters and plant operators to be involved in management, delivery, assessment, maintenance, repair, regeneration and operation of the Air Force airfields, roads, buildings and engineering services.

How much does it pay? Salary package upon completion of training is $85,582 per year (includes service allowances and an above average super)

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