Aerospace Engineer (NOC 2146 / 21390)
It is required to work as an Aerospace Engineer with a formal 4 year degree qualifications.
In addition, the following qualifications are recommended and may be required:
- A qualification in relevant discipline with a focus on different areas of Aircraft and spacecraft. This may covered under Bachelor’s/Master degree with Aerospace, Mechanical, Engineering physics.
- Specialization in Master’s degree – Aerodynamics/ Avionics/ Materials and structures/ Propulsion/ Systems integration.
Aerospace Engineer skills
- Design and develop aerospace vehicles, systems and components such as aircraft, spacecraft, missiles, satellites and space-based communication systems
- Prepare specifications for materials and processes to be used in aerospace manufacturing, maintenance, repair or modification
- Supervise and coordinate the manufacturing, assembly, modification, repair and overhaul of aircraft and spacecraft
- Develop operational specifications, maintenance schedules and manuals for operators.
- Strong understanding of materials, mathematics, science, thermodynamics, mechanics, robotics, aerodynamics, production methods.
- Develop the technical phases of logistical and operational support for aerospace vehicles and systems.
- Investigate and report on structural or other component or system failures, accidents or incidents and prepare recommendations for corrective action.
Aerospace Engineer responsibilities
Aerospace engineers research, design and develop aerospace vehicles, aerospace systems and their components, and perform duties related to their testing, evaluation, installation, operation and maintenance.
Particular responsibilities often include:
- Develop and conduct computer simulations
- Advanced mathematical modelling
Median Wages: CAD 43.27 / hour