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ROYAL NAVY

ROYAL NAVY

 

Throughout the course of history, a life at sea has always attracted those with a taste for travel and adventure; but there are plenty of other reasons to consider a challenging and wide-ranging career with the Royal Navy.

The Royal Navy is, first and foremost, a fighting force. Serving alongside Britain’s allies in conflicts around the world, it also vitally protects UK ports, fishing grounds and merchant ships, helping to combat international smuggling, terrorism and piracy. Increasingly, its 30,000 personnel are involved in humanitarian and relief missions; situations where their skills, discipline and resourcefulness make a real difference to people’s lives.

A job in the Naval Service means adventure, camaraderie – and lifelong prospects. Every day you make a difference. And no two days are the same. You could be policing the world's oceans, delivering humanitarian aid when natural or man-made disasters strike. Or you could be deployed in combat. No matter what job you do, you'll be a key part in operations around the world. Are you ready to go places?

 

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12 Jobs with ROYAL NAVY

  • MINE WARFARE SPECIALIST

    • United Kingdom
    • 20000
    • ROYAL NAVY
    about 1 month ago

      Throughout the course of history, a life at sea has always attracted those with a taste for travel and adventure; but there are plenty of other reasons to consider a challenging and wide-ranging career with the Royal Navy. The Royal Navy is, first and foremost, a fighting force. Serving alongside Britain’s allies in conflicts around the world, it also vitally protects UK ports, fishing grounds and merchant ships, helping to combat international smuggling, terrorism and piracy. Increasingly, its 30,000 personnel are involved in humanitarian and relief missions; situations where their skills, discipline and resourcefulness make a real difference to people’s lives. A job in the Naval Service means adventure, camaraderie – and lifelong prospects. Every day you make a difference. And no two days are the same. You could be policing the world's oceans, delivering humanitarian aid when natural or man-made disasters strike. Or you could be deployed in combat. No matter what job you do, you'll be a key part in operations around the world. Are you ready to go places?#   MINE WARFARE SPECIALIST   We need to make the seas safe. For our warships, for civilian ships, for everyone. And that’s where you come in. You’ll be at the heart of these missions whether they’re in a Mediterranean port, or on operations in the Persian Gulf. As a Mine Warfare Specialist you’ll lead the way for our fleet, clearing any mines in its path. You’ll make sure our missions are possible whatever they’re for, from delivering essential humanitarian aid, to embarking on conflict operations. A starting salary of at least £20,000 after Basic Training. Find mines using sonar, and then launch remote controlled mine disposal vehicles. Gain a wide range of skills, from basic seamanship to manning light weaponry. Be responsible for the safety of your ship and everyone on board. Stay quick thinking and focused at all times. Due to current facilities, female applicants considering this role should note that they will initially be assigned to ships which are based in Faslane, Scotland. As we transition to a new way of hunting mines opportunities will open to serve in other regions. Qualifications you'll gain GCSEs, A-Levels, NVQs or a degree Specialist vocational qualifications, with a significant financial contribution from us Skills you'll develop How to use some of the most advanced technology on the planet Techniques in safeguarding the seas for Navy and civilian benefit   Apply - https://www.royalnavy.mod.uk/careers/register?action=apply&status=formstart&role=MWS035&utm_source=bohwebsite&utm_medium=JobRole&utm_campaign=bridgeofhope&utm_content=MWS035

  • ROYAL MARINES COMMANDO

    • United Kingdom
    • ROYAL NAVY
    about 1 month ago

      Throughout the course of history, a life at sea has always attracted those with a taste for travel and adventure; but there are plenty of other reasons to consider a challenging and wide-ranging career with the Royal Navy. The Royal Navy is, first and foremost, a fighting force. Serving alongside Britain’s allies in conflicts around the world, it also vitally protects UK ports, fishing grounds and merchant ships, helping to combat international smuggling, terrorism and piracy. Increasingly, its 30,000 personnel are involved in humanitarian and relief missions; situations where their skills, discipline and resourcefulness make a real difference to people’s lives. A job in the Naval Service means adventure, camaraderie – and lifelong prospects. Every day you make a difference. And no two days are the same. You could be policing the world's oceans, delivering humanitarian aid when natural or man-made disasters strike. Or you could be deployed in combat. No matter what job you do, you'll be a key part in operations around the world. Are you ready to go places? ROYAL MARINES COMMANDO Could you become part of the world’s most elite amphibious force and wear the coveted green beret? It’s not for everybody, that’s for sure. Digging deep to aim high, you’ll stop for nothing. In the most hostile environments, and on the most treacherous terrain. There’s no such thing as an average day in the Royal Marines, and there’s no such thing as an average Commando. You’ll need to be exceptional just like the rest of your team, with the same ethos – and the same state of mind. Play a key role in dealing with manmade, humanitarian and naturally occurring crises. Your missions will be varied, ranging from amphibious assaults and humanitarian aid, to large scale combat operations. Deploy to where you’re needed most, from the coldest climes and the hottest deserts, to the most hostile jungles and the highest mountains. Whatever challenges you face, you’ll need to adapt to get the job done. Develop your military skills, before selecting a specialisation to become anything from an Armourer to a Mountain Leader. Travel the world, protecting your nation’s interests as part of a team renowned for its unity and brotherhood. You’ll form ties – special bonds with your comrades – that will never be broken. Qualifications you'll gain HM Forces Level 2 Apprenticeship including functional skills Maths and English level 1 gained during recruit training There are various civilian qualifications available dependent upon which specialist qualification a Marine goes on to pursue Skills you'll develop First-class leadership, and world-class teamwork Essential military skills, as well as a specialisation such as abseiling, assault engineering or combat intelligence Apply - https://www.royalnavy.mod.uk/careers/register?action=apply&status=formstart&role=RMC057&utm_source=bohwebsite&utm_medium=JobRole&utm_campaign=bridgeofhope&utm_content=RMC057

  • MARINE ENGINEER OFFICER

    • United Kingdom
    • 20000
    • ROYAL NAVY
    about 1 month ago

      Throughout the course of history, a life at sea has always attracted those with a taste for travel and adventure; but there are plenty of other reasons to consider a challenging and wide-ranging career with the Royal Navy. The Royal Navy is, first and foremost, a fighting force. Serving alongside Britain’s allies in conflicts around the world, it also vitally protects UK ports, fishing grounds and merchant ships, helping to combat international smuggling, terrorism and piracy. Increasingly, its 30,000 personnel are involved in humanitarian and relief missions; situations where their skills, discipline and resourcefulness make a real difference to people’s lives. A job in the Naval Service means adventure, camaraderie – and lifelong prospects. Every day you make a difference. And no two days are the same. You could be policing the world's oceans, delivering humanitarian aid when natural or man-made disasters strike. Or you could be deployed in combat. No matter what job you do, you'll be a key part in operations around the world. Are you ready to go places?   MARINE ENGINEER OFFICER Everyone looks to the Engineering Technicians to keep the ship moving. The Engineering Technicians look to you. Being a Marine Engineer Officer means leading the day-to-day maintenance of our most cutting-edge kit. Without you, vital operations wouldn’t happen. You’ll report directly to the Commanding Officer when there’s a problem, and be relied upon to make key decisions when it matters most. A starting salary of over £27,000, rising to around £33,000 after just two years. Lead and manage a team of specialist Engineering Technicians who will rely on your support, guidance, advice and understanding. Solve complex problems using the most sophisticated equipment on the planet. You might need to work alone, or rely on the expertise of your team. Keep our kit functioning correctly. You might be ensuring the hull, engines and power generation of the new Queen Elizabeth Class Aircraft Carrier are up to scratch. Or overseeing work on the water, cooling and hydraulics systems of a Type 45 Destroyer. Look after the welfare, morale, training and development of a team of skilled men and women, using your expertise to make decisions about complex engineering problems quickly while under pressure. Qualifications you'll gain Become an internationally recognised Chartered Engineer – we’ll support your professional registration. Opportunities open to you Take advantage of opportunities for post graduate study, and work towards qualifications like the MSc in Marine Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Programme and Project Management. Skills you'll develop Learn how to lead and manage people in a highly pressurised evironment as part of the management team. Gain an in-depth knowledge of gas turbines, diesel generators, hydraulics and air systems. Get support and training to hone your management and leadership skills.   Apply - https://www.royalnavy.mod.uk/careers/register?action=apply&status=formstart&role=MEO028&utm_source=bohwebsite&utm_medium=JobRole&utm_campaign=bridgeofhope&utm_content=MEO028  

  • ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN SUBMARINER

    • United Kingdom
    • ROYAL NAVY
    about 1 month ago

      Throughout the course of history, a life at sea has always attracted those with a taste for travel and adventure; but there are plenty of other reasons to consider a challenging and wide-ranging career with the Royal Navy. The Royal Navy is, first and foremost, a fighting force. Serving alongside Britain’s allies in conflicts around the world, it also vitally protects UK ports, fishing grounds and merchant ships, helping to combat international smuggling, terrorism and piracy. Increasingly, its 30,000 personnel are involved in humanitarian and relief missions; situations where their skills, discipline and resourcefulness make a real difference to people’s lives. A job in the Naval Service means adventure, camaraderie – and lifelong prospects. Every day you make a difference. And no two days are the same. You could be policing the world's oceans, delivering humanitarian aid when natural or man-made disasters strike. Or you could be deployed in combat. No matter what job you do, you'll be a key part in operations around the world. Are you ready to go places?   As an Engineering Technician (Weapon Engineering) (Submariner), you’ll be maintaining and preparing some of the most advanced defence technology ever developed. Patrolling the oceans, and getting your hands on some incredible kit. You might be working with ballistic missile systems one day, and state-of-the-art sensors and radars the next. It takes something special to be a Submariner, living below the surface and being responsible for our nation’s nuclear deterrent. That’s what makes you elite. And as a Weapon Engineer in the Silent Service, your role has never been more essential. You provide the firepower, and the stealth. A starting salary from day one of over £15,000 rising to over £20,000 after 10 weeks basic training. What will you do? As an Engineering Technician (Weapon Engineering) (Submariner), you’ll be maintaining and preparing some of the most advanced defence technology ever developed. Patrolling the oceans, and getting your hands on some incredible kit. You might be working with ballistic missile systems one day, and state-of-the-art sensors and radars the next. It takes something special to be a Submariner, living below the surface and being responsible for our nation’s nuclear deterrent. That’s what makes you elite. And as a Weapon Engineer in the Silent Service, your role has never been more essential. You provide the firepower, and the stealth. Take responsibility for the safety of your crewmates. Whether that’s ensuring your boat is able to defend itself, or identifying threats and helping the submarine stay undetected. Maintain and operate the complex communication, detection and weapon systems, and guarantee missiles, and torpedoes are fully operational. Get your hands on some of the most sophisticated electronic equipment in existence, working with your team, and under the guidance of the Engineer Officer.   Apply - https://www.royalnavy.mod.uk/careers/register?action=apply&status=formstart&role=ETWS022&utm_source=bohwebsite&utm_medium=JobRole&utm_campaign=bridgeofhope&utm_content=ETWS022

  • DENTAL NURSE

    • United Kingdom
    • 20000
    • ROYAL NAVY
    about 1 month ago

      Throughout the course of history, a life at sea has always attracted those with a taste for travel and adventure; but there are plenty of other reasons to consider a challenging and wide-ranging career with the Royal Navy. The Royal Navy is, first and foremost, a fighting force. Serving alongside Britain’s allies in conflicts around the world, it also vitally protects UK ports, fishing grounds and merchant ships, helping to combat international smuggling, terrorism and piracy. Increasingly, its 30,000 personnel are involved in humanitarian and relief missions; situations where their skills, discipline and resourcefulness make a real difference to people’s lives. A job in the Naval Service means adventure, camaraderie – and lifelong prospects. Every day you make a difference. And no two days are the same. You could be policing the world's oceans, delivering humanitarian aid when natural or man-made disasters strike. Or you could be deployed in combat. No matter what job you do, you'll be a key part in operations around the world. Are you ready to go places?   As a Dental Nurse in the Royal Navy, you’ll be a central part of a professional dental practice – one that travels the world looking after the health of our people. Your team will be led by the Dental Officer, who will rely on your support to deliver first-class dental healthcare everywhere from a shore establishment in the UK, to a portable dental unit in the Middle East. Alongside the rest of the Medial branch, you’ll be central to ensuring our personnel are fighting fit at all times, both on active service abroad and when they’re at home. You can join as a qualified Dental Nurse or you can join as a Student with GCSEs and get paid to train and study for your Diploma in Dental Nursing and gain registration with the General Dental Council. A salary of at least £20,000, after initial training. Take responsibility for preparing instruments and materials for the Dental Officer, adapting to the wide range of procedures you’ll be tackling every day. Maintain stocks and make appointments, ensuring that the surgery runs smoothly at even the busiest times. Take charge of patient care, both before and during their appointment. That means easing any concerns and ensuring they are fully aware of the procedure. Prepare the surgery and making sure that everything is clean and tidy – that’s easier said than done, especially at sea in challenging conditions, or even attached to a Royal Marines Unit. Qualifications you'll gain Study for GCSEs, A-Levels, NVQs or even a degree Diploma in Dental Nursing and registration to the General Dental Council if you don't already have it Leadership and management qualifications Skills you'll develop Learn to adapt your skills to a range of challenging and changeable environments Develop your clinical and administrative skills through world-class training Work in teams, displaying core military values and discipline Adaptability and flexibility to care for your patients wherever you are treating them   Apply - https://www.royalnavy.mod.uk/careers/register?action=apply&status=formstart&role=DN016&utm_source=bohwebsite&utm_medium=JobRole&utm_campaign=bridgeofhope&utm_content=DN016