Engineering & Maintenance

CAREERS INCLUDE AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE, AEROSPACE, ELECTRICAL & STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING and more...

Top Advice

Regional GM Sales South Asia Pacific and GM of Aviation Australia and NZ, General Electric

Keren Rambow

If you had one piece of advice for young ladies going into aviation what would it be?

The path is not straight, don’t worry about it and embrace it. If a door opens in front of you just run through it, because it will give you a much more colourful experience. Embrace the adventure and go for it.

What qualifications did you need to get to where you are today?

The roles I have been in have required me to have an Engineering degree, it doesn’t matter which type of degree or Masters qualifications. I have noticed over the years that it is your attitude and how you lead people that is most important.

What I learnt is that you don’t have to be the most intelligent person in the class to be an engineer, you have to be proficient at it, but you don’t have to be the best. Good engineers are people who are team players, who can think creatively and logically and contribute to the team.

Image: Keren Rambow

All about the design, build,
testing & maintenance

You love creative problem solving, have a technical mind, love working with others and enjoy engaging with cutting edge technology.

A career in the field of Engineering and Aircraft Maintenance might be perfect for you, it covers a broad spectrum of careers from the highly technical and specialised filed of aerospace to the ‘hands on’ physical side of aircraft mechanics.

This sector is all about the design, build, testing and maintenance of aircraft, aircraft products and aerospace machines.

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AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE ENGINEER

The path is not straight, don’t worry about it and embrace it.

Keren Rambow, Regional GM Sales South Asia Pacific and GM of Aviation Australia and NZ, General Electric

Supported by the Australian Government under the Women in the Aviation Industry Initiative