Our vacancies change all the time. If you are looking for work, or you would like to speak with us, please do not hesitate to contact us on 

+44 (0) 1483 720625 or simply get in touch using this link for a contact form.

Please be sure to send us details on the type of role you are looking for.



We look forward to hearing from you!


On-going contracts for the RSAF.

Please share these job roles with any US and/or British national friends or colleagues and contact us for the full job descriptions on any of the job roles below:


Systems Engineer - Working knowledge of international regulation & policy for military and civil aviation as well as International Trade in Arms Regulations (ITAR) knowledge and conformance is require for this role.


Aircraft Structural engineer - Excellent knowledge of aircraft components, materials, composites, metals, fabrication practices, aviation hardware, integration and proper applications in design with a thorough understanding of the use and application of aircraft technical data is required.


Airborne Radar QC Inspector - At least 5 year’s experience as an Airborne Radar Technician/QC Inspector equivalent to RSAF skill level 7. Completion of military service training courses in avionics systems is required.


Avionics maintenance advisor - At least 5 years the design, development, integration and test of Airborne Radar Systems, Avionics systems and related equipment.


Radar shop technician - To conduct demonstrations & perform OJT training of shop RSAF & assigned contractor personnel. Must have a minimum 5 year’s experience as an Airborne Radar Technician.


Aircraft propulsion engineer - To assist the RSAF in analysis and solution of problems related to aircraft gas turbine engine performance and installations. Analyse performance data obtained from engine test cell runs, engine manufacturer and other sources. PW & GE engines.


Jet engine field service engineer - Must have a minimum 5 years actual Jet engine experience with a minimum of 3 years’ experience on the F100-PW-220 model engine. Must have detailed knowledge of the equipment, technical and logistics procedures used to support the engine at base level.


Engine tracking database system specialist - Based at the RSAF HQ - The primary function of this role is to coordinate fleet wide engine tracking & maintenance data collection from three base locations, depot supply and the external depot module repair center.


Subject matter expert (SME) and program analyst - To provide Airborne Warning and Control System subject matter expertise to the Chief, C2 Section within the Directorate of Programs, RSAF HQ. The ideal candidate with have credentials as a previously certified USAF instructor and/or evaluator in both crew positions.




Please send your updated CV, availability and relevant documents to our email

or contact us on +44 1483 720625




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152 - 160 City Road



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