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We are an advanced aerospace technology company headquartered in Oxfordshire, UK. We are developing the technologies needed for a new class of innovative hypersonic propulsion system – the Synergetic Air-Breathing Rocket Engine – SABRE.

View our latest vacancies and take the first step to joining a revolution in aerospace propulsion.

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Latest Vacancy:

Quality Assurance Engineer - FTC - 12 Months

The Quality Assurance Engineer will be responsible for helping to develop and maintain the Company’s Quality Management System Key Accountabilities Accountable for developing quality systems compliant with ISO9001 quality management standard and for monitoring the health of the quality management...

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Life at Reaction Engines

We're committed to delivering world-beating capabilities We're working together to build the world's most powerful engines, which will power the world's fastest aircraft. With disciplines and expertise across a broad spectrum of engineering and business activities, there couldn't be a better time to join us on the journey. Read on to find out how you can join a team which is 100-strong and growing.

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We're looking for the world's most talented people to join our team. Innovation, commitment and quality are going to be at the heart of delivering the SABRE demonstrator engine, and we want you to be part of it. See our latest vacancies, and apply for your place in the team building the future of air and space flight.

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Apprenticeships and Graduate scheme

We're training the next generation of rocket scientists. We're in the middle of a long-term development programme, and we know that we'll need skill sets which are hard to find. Our apprenticeship scheme takes outstanding young people and trains them in both academic and real work environments to turn them into our next generation of designers, technicians and engineers. We're already seeing positive results - read on to see how you could be part of the future of powered flight.

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