Technical and Engineering

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Cyberspace Communication Specialist

Technical and engineering

Cyberspace Communication Specialist

As a Cyberspace Communications Specialist you will be responsible for the technology at the heart of the RAF. It will be your job to set up, operate and maintain the technology the RAF relies on to communicate.

Engineer Officer (Communications Electronics)

Technical and engineering

Engineer Officer (Communications Electronics)

As an Engineer Officer (Communications Electronics) you are responsible for leading the engineering activity that supports the RAF’s vast array of information technology, strategic communications services, satellite communications, air defence RADARs and the latest generation aircraft engineering and mission support systems.

Engineer Officer (Aerosystems)

Technical and engineering

Engineer Officer (Aerosystems)

As an Aerosystems Engineer Officer you will manage the maintenance and operation of the RAF's cutting-edge aircraft and supporting technology.

Aircraft Technician (Mechanical)

Technical and engineering

Aircraft Technician (Mechanical)

As an Aircraft Technician (Mechanical) your job is to carry out maintenance and repair work on the airframe and propulsion systems on RAF aircraft.

Aircraft Technician (Avionics)

Technical and engineering

Aircraft Technician (Avionics)

As an Aircraft Technician (Avionics) you will keep our planes airborne by carrying out maintenance and repair work on the sophisticated electronic and on board avionics.

Vehicle and Mechanical Equipment Technician

Technical and engineering

Vehicle and Mechanical Equipment Technician

As a Vehicle and Mechanical Equipment Technician you will keep the RAF on the move by carrying out repairs and adjustments on a range of land-based vehicles and equipment.

Communications Infrastructure Technician

Technical and engineering

Communications Infrastructure Technician

As a Communications Infrastructure Technicians you will keep the RAF connected by setting up and maintaining essential aerial, radar and communications systems.

Weapon Technician

Technical and engineering

Weapon Technician

As a Weapons Technician you will be in charge of maintaining and managing weapons and explosives, making sure they’re ready at a moments notice. These include aircraft bombs, smart weapons, missiles, ammunition and individual weapons.

Survival Equipment Specialist

Technical and engineering

Survival Equipment Specialist

Survival Equipment Specialists fit and repair the equipment that saves lives. They specialise in either Survival Equipment – fitted to aircraft – or individual Aircrew Equipment.

General Technician (Workshops)

Technical and engineering

General Technician (Workshops)

As a General Technician (Workshops) you will manufacture and repair parts for aircraft, vehicles and specialist equipment. You will be working in specially equipped workshops and aircraft maintenance hangars.

Electrician

Technical and engineering

Electrician

As an Electrician you will be in charge of keeping the RAF fully powered. You’ll be essential in ensuring RAF aircraft are able to take off and complete their missions safely by maintaining and repairing the wide range of ground based electric equipment used on RAF bases and whilst doing this you will become a world class electrician.