Vertical Aerospace

Company
21-50
Bristol, Bristol, City of, United Kingdom
Bristol, Bristol, City of, United Kingdom

Company Description

Vertical Aerospace builds technology to revolutionize how people fly, by making air travel personal, on-demand, and carbon-free. Since its inception in 2016, Vertical Aerospace has grown to over 70 world-class engineers and technical experts, recruited from the likes of Airbus, Boeing, Rolls-Royce, and Jaguar Land Rover. In 2019 they launched its second aircraft, the Seraph, making the first company in the world to release flight footage of an aircraft capable of carrying 250kg.

Jobs (14)

Senior Hybrid Propulsion System Engineer
Senior Hybrid Propulsion System Engineer
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Strategic Buyer
Strategic Buyer
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Powertrain Modelling Engineer
Powertrain Modelling Engineer
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Senior Powertrain Modelling Engineer
Senior Powertrain Modelling Engineer
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Advanced Cell Engineer
Advanced Cell Engineer
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Health and Safety Adviser
Health and Safety Adviser
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Modelling Engineer
Modelling Engineer
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Electrical Propulsion Systems Certification Engineer
Electrical Propulsion Systems Certification Engineer
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Senior Simulation Project Manager
Senior Simulation Project Manager
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Battery Test Technician
Battery Test Technician
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Mechanical Analysis Engineer (Test)
Mechanical Analysis Engineer (Test)
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Senior Thermodynamics Engineer
Senior Thermodynamics Engineer
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Principal Actuation Controls Engineer
Principal Actuation Controls Engineer
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Lead Flight Test Engineer
Lead Flight Test Engineer
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