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What is the Role and Responsibilities of Aeronautical Engineer?

What is the Role and Responsibilities of Aeronautical Engineer - AME CEE

An aeronautical engineer’s role and responsibilities revolve around the processes of producing aircraft and their components. It is basically one of the professions that require a lot of hard work, passion, and dedication.

Aeronautical Engineer Job Duties

As per the job profile, Aeronautical Engineer’s role and responsibilities are the following:

Design Engineer

With the help of software available on the market, designer engineers work with a team on it for the purpose of designing the aircraft and its components.

Higher Education Lecturer

Lecturer teaches students at institutions of higher learning such as colleges and universities. They educate the students in the class through their subject notes.

Maintenance Engineer

The maintenance engineer is responsible for inspecting, testing, and servicing the aircraft and its components. It is their responsibility to ensure that the aircraft runs smoothly and reliably.

Thermal Design Engineer

Thermal design engineers are the division of engineering that imposes thermodynamics on the design of technologies and products. Thermodynamics is a physical science that studies the relationships between heat, work, temperature, and energy.

Manufacturing Systems Engineer

Manufacturing systems engineers are in charge of a product from start to finish. They are focused on the entire process related to the manufacturing of the product.

Assistant Technical Officer

Assistant Technical Officer ensures a safe environment by performing inspections, prioritising maintenance work, and repairing components.

Flight Technicians

These engineers diagnose the mechanical and electrical systems of the aircraft. Their responsibilities are to either solve the problem or replace the defective parts using hand or power tools.

Automotive Engineer

Automotive engineers deal with the design, manufacture, development, testing, distribution, marketing, sales and after-sales care of aircraft and its components.

Control and Instrumentation Engineer

Control and instrumentation engineers ensure that the components of the aircraft work safely and efficiently.

Product Designer

They keep an eye on the design of the product from start to finish. They also implement new and innovative ideas in the designs as per market requirements.

Aircraft Production Manager

Aircraft Production managers are responsible for the technical management, supervision, and control of production processes of aircraft and their components.

Quality Manager

The responsibility of the quality manager is to check before delivery whether the product meets the quality standard.

To become an aircraft maintenance engineer you may could join AME engineering through AME COMMON ENTRANCE EXAM (AME CEE) this examination you may join AME engineering approved by DGCAEASA or UGC.