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Radios and Navigation Aids Engineers
£23,661 + benefits
RAF Henlow, Bedfordshire
Unrivalled scale. Incredible scope. Rewarding complexity. Radios and Navigation Aids Engineers at the Ministry of Defence provide world class expertise to a world class defence force. Join us, and you’ll help to defend Britain’s interests and strengthen international stability. There’s no bigger or better place to develop your career.
This is a unique opportunity to build a varied career in the acquisition and engineering support of Air Traffic Management radios and navigation aid equipment. Put simply, you’ll play a key role in making sure we have the best Military Air Traffic Management service in the world. In a fast-paced environment, you’ll enjoy the challenge of resolving diverse engineering and design issues.
Planning carefully to deliver exciting engineering change programmes, you’ll work closely with a broad range of stakeholders, from military personnel through to suppliers of the very latest technology. From advising customers and researching requirements, to developing the technical basis of procurement contracts, to in-service technical support, you’ll make a positive impact.
Bold, innovative and committed to quality, you’ve got what it takes to make strong decisions and secure the very best value for money. You’ll bring to the role a collaborative approach, with the ability to forge positive relationships in a challenging support and procurement marketplace.
Qualified to ONC/OND or broad equivalent in Electrical/Electronic Engineering, you demonstrate good knowledge of the principles of Radio Frequency Propagation. We’ll also expect you to show understanding of the way the military uses Air Traffic Management radios and navigation aids.
We offer an open, flexible and supportive working environment plus a good pension and benefits package. From training and support to gain qualifications, through to the diversity of your role, you’ll enjoy excellent opportunities for personal and professional development.
To apply, simply click on the 'Apply now' button below then follow the instructions. All applications must be supported by a comprehensive CV and supporting statement.
Closing date: Midnight, 15th December 2013.