Aerospace engineer at ARTS
DIVERSITY, FROM RESEARCH TO CONSTRUCTION
JOB PROFILE AEROSPACE ENGINEER
Hardly any jobs are as varied, or require so much versatility, as that of the aerospace engineer. At ARTS, they are responsible for developing aircraft like helicopters, airplanes, spacecrafts or satellites, and are responsible for their development from the research and planning stage to construction and completion. They also carry out consultancy services for sales, maintenance and flight safety. Find you dream job at ARTS, now!
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A350, A380 and A400M
are just three of the aircraft types that ARTS’ aerospace engineers work on.
Over 40 million flights
were recorded worldwide by the International Air Transport Association (IATA).
23% of all engineers
at ARTS are women: a proportion that exceeds the industry average.
Possible applications for engineers
Engineers are in demand like never before. As qualified professionals, they are needed in all sectors. The aerospace industry is booming and is built on scientifically well-trained developers, planners and designers who are enthusiastic about technology. They bring ingenuity and creativity, and are able to implement innovative ideas. Aerospace engineers at ARTS are ecologically, economically, socially and politically conscious. Environmental sustainability, financial feasibility and societal benefits are important elements that you have to engage with as an engineer at ARTS.
Since they are needed in almost every area of aerospace technology, they can be found anywhere from the planning stage to testing. Because of this extensive range of operational capability, we are always looking for aerospace engineers for the most diverse fields of activity.
Projects of our aerospace engineers
Our engineers are involved in many different international projects. On aircrafts like the Airbus A330, A350, A380 and A400M as well as the Airbus helicopters H135 and H145 they work for our client Airbus in Toulouse and in Hamburg, for Airbus Defence and Space in Seville, for Airbus Helicopters in Donauwörth, for EFW in Dresden, and for Lufthansa in Frankfurt am Main. Here they carry out various tasks, from production planning, certification of aircrafts, quality and project management, to construction and design.
Application as a logistician
Our aerospace engineers must fulfil the following minimum requirements:
Degree in engineering
Several years of experience
Willingness to work shifts
Ability to work independently as well as in a team
Fluent command of German and English
Further requirements are listed on the job posting. If you can't find a suitable position listed in our job vacancies, we still look forward to receiving your speculative application.
We will be happy to answer any questions you may have in relation to your individual career path or any specific vacancies.