The UK aerospace industry is a wonderful sector in which to work. Considered the ‘crown jewel’ when it comes to exports from this country, it makes a significant and valuable contribution to our economic prosperity and national security. In 2020, this sector enjoyed a £79 billion turnover and £45 billion in exports.
Gregory Martin frequently has exciting vacancies in the aerospace industry, including those in Wimborne and Buckinghamshire.
Gregory Martin is currently seeking a Project Planning Manager in the Aerospace/Defence /Communications sector in Marlow, Buckinghamshire.
The right candidate should be degree qualified and have 3-5 years’ experience of planning major projects within a technical engineering environment. You will also be an expert in using Primavera P6 and be experienced in implementing large programmes or making changes to a business.
You should also be familiar with planning engineering programs and hold an APM qualification.
They are also looking for a Systems Lead Project Engineer in Buckinghamshire, who will have responsibility for leading engineers within integrated project teams.
Candidates for this role must have a technology-based degree and a systems thinking mind-set.
You should also have a track record in leading technical activity-complex projects and proven experience in Systems Engineering within a safety critical area.
In addition, the company requires a knowledge of RF, Electronic Warfare and someone familiar with requirements management tool sets such as DOORS-NG to perform systems requirements validation.
Lastly, they’re also seeking a Project Manager in the same sector to manage complex engineering projects to completion.
This role involves leading projects through every stage of the project lifecycle. It demands a knowledge of PM software such as Primavera or Microsoft Project. You should also have strong commercial, and contractual awareness, along with a relevant technical degree.
If you’re interested in any of these aerospace roles in Marlow, don’t hesitate to contact their team today.