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Aeronautics Employment Information


Aeronautics Industry Overview


Jobs in aeronautics involve creating, designing, developing, testing, building and running aircraft, spacecraft, satellites and missiles.

The scientists, engineers and allied professionals who work in the $218 billion aerospace industry direct and coordinate the creation of aircraft and aerospace products. They propose and plan new products, evaluate product designs for functionality and estimate the cost to produce products. Other aeronautics careers include managing aircraft or spacecraft-building projects and conducting inspections to determine why existing products malfunction or fail.

Aerospace engineers also develop new technologies for use in aviation, defense systems and spacecraft. Areas of specialization within aeronautics include aerodynamic fluid flow; structural design; guidance, navigation and control; instrumentation and communication; robotics; or propulsion and combustion.

Aeronautics Job Types


Aeronautics jobs involve aircraft or propulsion systems for products that fly within Earth’s atmosphere, such as commercial or military airplanes, helicopters, remotely piloted aircraft and rotorcrafts.

Work in aeronautics can also involve spacecraft capable of flying inside and beyond Earth’s atmosphere such as launch vehicles, satellites, missiles used by the military and rockets.Spacecraft career specialties include aerodynamics, thermodynamics, celestial mechanics, flight mechanics, propulsion, acoustics, and guidance and control systems.

Aeronautics Job Market


Aeronautics employment should be plentiful in the next few years because half the people now in aeronautics will be old enough to retire by 2017. Jobs in aeronautics also pay less than other engineering jobs, which may be why nearly half of engineers who major in aeronautics work in another industry, according to data from the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics.

Two other factors will influence the number of aeronautics job opportunities. There aren’t enough US students currently majoring in engineering to fill all the open aeronautics jobs, and visas for foreign workers who could fill those positions are limited.

Aeronautics Salaries


The median salary for aerospace engineers was $102,420 in May 2011, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reports. Aviation Week says the average pay ranged from $61,379 for entry-level aeronautics jobs to $145,832 for the most experienced aerospace engineers.
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An excellent opportunity with a great company! Job Description The "Flight Training" Chief Engineer / Chief Architect is the primary interface between Tech Ops and the line of business for this mission area. The Chief Engineer is responsible to derive all technology roadmaps, ensure alignment with the LRP and Business Development initiatives, identify associated IRAD and capital invest, and drive...
CCI - Crown Consulting, Inc. is an engineering and analytics firm specializing in aviation and air traffic management. Our principal clients are the FAA and NASA. Among our areas of focus, we investigate new methods to support the analysis and prediction of safety risk in the airways. The study of these methods involves meshing the talents of experts in several areas, among them current aviation r...
ARES Corporation provides high-quality, value-added “Technology Solutions” to commercial industries and government agencies. Through 2009, ARES has grown to $123 Million in revenue with 17 offices across the U.S. and Canada. ARES offers solution suites in Risk Management, Project Management, Engineering, IT, and Security Solutions. Over ARES history, it sustained a 40% compounded growth rate with...
Job Description Role provides hands-on support and leadership in building high performing team and organizational capacity that delivers high quality value and speed to a broad range of client groups. The focus is on Organizational Design, Change Management and Organization Effectiveness to enable leaders and their organizations to function in a fast, effective, agile fashion within a high change...
Minimum Requirements: PhD degree (typically in an engineering or scientific discipline) and 17 or more years related experience. Master’s degree and 20 or more years of related experience can be substituted for the PhD degree requirement. Possess highly specialized technical skills and knowledge in supporting any of the following programs: Counter Radio Controlled Improvised Explosive Device Elect...
Saft is a world leader in the design and manufacturing of high-tech battery systems for industrial applications; for use in space, aeronautics, telecom, transportation and defense. Saft has become a world leader by doing what we do best and by bringing all our skills to bear on a common goal. Saft consists of over 4,000 dedicated professionals worldwide - each with different technical backgrounds,...
ASRC Federal Research and Technology Solutions (ARTS), a Subsidiary of ASRC Federal Holding Company, is an engineering, research and technology services company with contracts supporting multiple federal agencies. Our extensive team of Ph.D. scientists, engineers and professional management personnel allows us to bring real-world experience to meet the growing demand for solutions to some of the m...
Job Description This Lockheed Martin (LM) Enterprise Business Services (EBS) position will be a key contributor to Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Enterprise Data Warehouse and Analytics efforts. Current architecture focuses on SAP Business Objects reporting, dashboard, and ETL tools using the HANA in-memory database, with near term expansion into predictive analysis and advanced self-service capabili...
Adjunct Professor Positions: Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Adjunct Professor Positions: Teaching high school dual enrollment classes in our Aerospace Career Academy program. Classes begin in August and are taught during normal high school periods Mon-Fri. Competitive salary. Master's degree in aeronautics, engineering, history, or science with secondary school teaching experience preferred....
Description Description: The HALE Production IPT responsibility of this position reports directly to the Director of HALE Production as the HALE Production Test Manager. Responsibilities include managing all aspects of production acceptance testing on all HALE variants of aircraft. This includes leading the team of Pilots, FTEs, and STEs and ensuring we deliver a quality product on schedule and un...
ACCOUNTING SUPERVISOR JOB DESCRIPTION Job Summary & Description JOB TITLE: Accounting SupervisorCLASSIFICATION:Exempt DEPARTMENT: AccountingREPORTS TO: CFO/Controller NEANY, Inc is an industry leader in providing time-sensitive tactical response solutions for the Department of Defense and Department of Homeland Security. NEANY excels in comprehensive research, development, test, and evaluation cap...
Join the Quartus San Diego Team Quartus Engineering Incorporated (www.quartus.com) is a leading provider of mechanical engineering services across a broad range of industries. We support our clients with advanced mechanical design, analysis, optimization, test, and prototype development using modern CAD and CAE tools. We are looking for an Analysis Engineer in our San Diego office. ESSENTIAL JOB F...
Join the Quartus Los Angeles Team! Quartus Engineering Incorporated (www.quartus.com) is a leading provider of mechanical engineering services for the aerospace, defense, entertainment, telecommunications, electronics, and bio-medical industries. We support our clients with advanced mechanical design, analysis, optimization, test, and prototype development using modern CAD and CAE tools. We are lo...

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