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One thing that makes our business truly special is our employees. At Beagle Aircraft you will be surrounded by engaged and passionate people who genuinely care about the work they do and about the products they help to create.

We strive to maintain an open culture often associated with start-ups and small businesses, in which everyone is a hands-on contributor and feels comfortable sharing ideas and opinions. In addition, we believe that our business culture at Beagle fosters entrepreneurship, innovation, creativity, and teamwork.

Beagle’s continued rapid growth demands that we attract exceptional people. We welcome applicants from all backgrounds. In addition to this we also run an extensive Graduate and Apprenticeship scheme in partnership with local providers. In our rapidly growing company opportunities for development and career advancement are never far away.

If you are looking for challenge, to be rewarded for your results, thrive in a demanding environment and you feel you can contribute to Beagle’s successful future please contact us. Email:

Purchasing Administrator

Working within the Purchasing Department assisting with the administration of purchasing including raising purchase orders, building relationships with suppliers, negotiating, and purchasing components and materials as and when required in line with company procedures.


Quality Manager

Build a positive and proactive quality culture that drives employee engagement. And makes Beagle Aircraft a fantastic place to work. Lead and manage the Quality assurance and Quality control teams, supporting operational through put, ensuring the successful delivery of business strategy, Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and objectives, whilst adhering to regulatory compliance. To ensure the efficient and effective day to day running of the department. To improve the quality management systems and processes.

Build and lead a high performing QA team ensuring an adequate skills base, opportunity to develop and motivation to achieve objectives.

Key responsibilities include ensuring product excellence and adherence to Quality standards and championing a ‘right-first-time’ ethos across the business.


Aircraft Sheet Metal Worker

Assist with the production of sheet details to customer drawings and tooling.


Treatment Operative

An experienced Treatments Operator sought to work predominantly in our Treatments area but also to undertake Chemical milling when required. Full training on all additional responsibilities will be provided.


Aerospace Fitter

In our expanding company we are looking for a Shop Floor Fitter, experienced in the assembly of a range of aerospace products to customer specifications. Working to set deadlines to achieve performance targets and Customer delivery commitments.



Weld to customer specifications, technical drawings and customer delivery dates. To complete TIG welding predominantly on thin gauge aluminium and titanium aerospace assemblies.


Manufacturing Engineer

Reporting to the Head of Engineering and Quality, the Manufacturing Engineer will assume and discharge the responsibility for determining the methods, machines, tooling and processes required to produce the company’s products in an expeditious, economical and safe manner.  Amending planning sheets for the manufacture of components to meet customer’s requirements.  Including the modification of process planning in light of experience, drawing or process changes. In addition to the engineering function, the role will include the preparation and estimation of customers Requests for Quote (RFQ) this will include the responsibility for breaking down customers enquiries into labour hours, material values and tooling cost for the purpose of quotations to the customer.


Aircraft Painter

Beagle Aircraft is looking for an experienced Aircraft painter to Perform spray painting of aircraft details. Background in aerospace spray painting is essential. You must be able to read engineering drawing follow specifications and be part of the team in maintaining company standards.

Minimum of 2-year experience Painting aircraft parts. Understand surface treatments would be advantageous.

Capable of working with verbal and/or written instructions with minimal supervision. Computer skills desired but not required. Able to follow company procedures for all aspects of paint finishing.


Stores Operative

Meet or exceed Service level Agreement (SLA) for the needs of manufacturing, procurement and accounts. Be proactive, professional and flexible in approach to maintain operational priorities. Be accountable and committed to the ‘throughput’ expectations of the business.


Router, Punch and Guillotine Operator

To operate CNC router, punch and guillotine concurrently.


Finance Assistant

To provide effective support to the Finance Manager with day-to-day accounts transactions


Machine Shop Supervisor

To lead and manage the strategic and operational performance of the Assemblies and Machining sectors within the business, ensuring the successful delivery of aerospace components to the customer on time in full (OTIF), to the highest quality standard and the best efficiency; whilst satisfying the internal customer in regard to proper documentation and archiving of key information required for manufacture ensuring complete traceability, conformance and documentation of data whilst meeting the Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and objectives set by the manufacturing director to achieve manufacturing success.