Joining the British Army, you’ll get much more from life than you ever would with a civilian career – you’ll have the opportunity to do something that really matters, with a team that are like family to you.

The sense of belonging in the Army is next level: when you’ve trained with each other and overcome new challenges you build bonds that last a lifetime, and see you through whatever life throws at you – on and off the battlefield.

It doesn’t matter where you’ve come from, or what you have, or haven’t, studied – if you’ve got drive, determination and the will to make an impact, there’s a place for you here.

You’ll have access to world-class training and development, and the chance to gain valuable qualifications.

You’ll also get to see the world – from skiing in Europe, to white-water rafting in the States, to being on operation across the globe and you’ll have the chance to make a difference, realise your potential, and make people proud.

£15,985 - £20,400 yearly
Army United Kingdom
01 Sep, 2020
Full time
YOU ARE OFTEN RELIED UPON TO GIVE ADVICE ON THE STORAGE AND HANDLING OF MEDICATIONS Keeping the Army fit and healthy means having the right medications available. That’s your job as a Pharmacy Technician – both at home and abroad on operations. Our first-class training will help you get to grips with the role. Once you’re qualified, you could work in field hospitals or medical centres, dispensing expert advice and medications. Remember, you must stay focused enough to help your team and people who need you, even under pressure, in difficult conditions. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES Get a fully recognised civilian qualification in Pharmacy Services. Work in military medical centres, Defence Medical Group Hospital Units, Field Hospitals, Medical Regiments and Logistics units in the UK, Germany and worldwide. Work closely with other health professionals and patients. Gain leadership and management qualifications on top of experience and skills as a Pharmacy Technician....
£15,671 - £22,000 yearly
Army United Kingdom
01 Sep, 2020
Full time
THIS GIVES ME A HUGE MORALE BOOST AND THE JOB SATISFACTION I CRAVE. Animals – mostly dogs and horses – are an important part of Army life. As a Veterinary Technician, you take care of them alongside our highly skilled Army Vets. You work all over the world and deal with everything from injured search dogs to sick cavalry horses. You could be preparing an operating theatre one day and nursing hospitalized animals the next. It’s great experience which can help you get valuable qualifications, and a job if you return to civilian life. When you’re not building your skills and career, you’ll have time to enjoy sports and make some amazing friends. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES Overcome physical challenges. Manage equipment and veterinary supplies. Use patience and a consistent approach to get the best out of animals. Work in both a clinic and in the field. Carry out other military duties. TRAINING FOR THE ROLE Step 1 You'll start with your initial military training...
£15,985 - £20,400 yearly
Army United Kingdom
01 Sep, 2020
Full time
MOVEMENT CONTROLLERS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR DIRECTING AND CONTROLLING THE MOVEMENT OF PERSONNEL AND EQUIPMENT BY AIR, ROAD, RAIL AND SEA IN SUPPORT OF OPERATIONS, EXERCISES AND AS ASSISTANCE TO GLOBAL CRISIS. As a Movement Controller, your work is vital for keeping the Army moving. Getting it to where it needs to be no matter where that is in the world. It is your job to direct and prepare troops, vehicles and equipment for transport by air, road, rail and sea. You need to be able to think of your feet, be organised and a good communicator. The role provides opportunities to travel and gain qualifications that are recognised outside of the Army too. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES Plan movements internationally and work in military and commercial airports, seaports, railheads and road networks. Primarily based at South Cerney, Gloucestershire. From here, you will deploy on short- and long-term movement tasks. Be deployed worldwide - wherever the Army is stationed you will find a...
£15,985 - £27,326 yearly
Army United Kingdom
01 Sep, 2020
Full time
“MY JOB INVOLVES LISTENING TO INTERCEPTED ENEMY COMMUNICATIONS AND PROVIDING ANALYSTS WITH RELEVANT INFORMATION." You'll specialise in intercepting and analysing communications, working with complex, state-of-the-art computers and equipment. You'll probably learn to speak a foreign language to a high level, with the option to specialise in an area like communications or cyber warfare. You don't need a technical background and you don't have to speak any foreign languages already to apply - you'll be paid to learn on the job. You'll normally be employed in the UK, in a range of locations and environments, with some overseas deployments. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES You do not need any prior language knowledge to get started Apply language, communications and cyber skills to support highly sensitive operations Use cutting edge IT systems Work in a high security environment Gain valuable, advanced qualifications TRAINING FOR THE ROLE Step 1 You'll start with your...
£15,985 - £20,400 yearly
Army United Kingdom
01 Sep, 2020
Full time
"MY JOB, BOTH IN THE FIELD AND WHEN IN BARRACKS, IS TO FACILITATE THE HR ADMINISTRATION AND MONEY TRANSACTIONS OF THE ARMY" An Army HR job is like no other HR job. As an HR Specialist, you could be attached to any unit and go with them wherever they go. Although you’ll be a soldier, you’ll be fully trained in HR. You’ll have responsibility from day one and the chance to move up into senior roles – Chartered Accountant, for example. You can get qualifications and develop your skills too. They’re recognised outside the Army so they’re great for your CV. With worldwide travel, adventure training and the chance to make friends for life, it’s exciting as well as rewarding. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES Gain business & HR qualifications that are widely recognised by civilian employers. Serve within any unit of the British Army. Make an immediate impact, with real responsibility from day one. Enjoy exceptional prospects for promotion. Move into specialist support roles, such...
£15,985 - £20,400 yearly
Army United Kingdom
01 Sep, 2020
Full time
LANCE CORPORAL GALE RELISHES RESPONSIBILITY “WE’RE THE GLUE THAT KEEPS THE OTHER TRADES TOGETHER." In the Army we use a huge range of equipment, from rocket launchers to binoculars. As a Technical Support Specialist, you look after all of this kit, making sure your unit has whatever they need, whenever they need it. You’ll receive a lot of responsibility very early on, getting the training required to manage weapons, ammunition, vehicles and tools. You will be responsible for millions of pounds worth of equipment and gain first class managerial training and experience. You will travel the world supporting fighting units and have fantastic opportunities for sport, making friends for life. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES Provide logistical support to a REME Unit, from engineering tools to supplies for every day living The accounting and management of thousands of pounds of tools and test equipment used by all REME tradespersons The maintenance and inspection regime of specialist...
£15,985 - £20,400 yearly
Army United Kingdom
01 Sep, 2020
Full time
"THE SKILLS, QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE I HAVE GAINED ARE INVALUABLE AND WILL LAST A LIFETIME.” As an Army Radiographer, you’ll help to keep our soldiers and their families fit and healthy by carrying out scans and x-rays using modern medical equipment. You'll work in a range of environments, from large medical centres on Army bases and in intensive care units or emergency departments to field hospitals on operations abroad. You don't need to have a background in medicine – we’ll fund your professional training and teach you everything you need to know about being a radiographer and a soldier. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES Get a fully recognised civilian qualification in Diagnostic Radiography. Help military medical teams diagnose and treat casualties worldwide. Work independently in a high-profile and important role. Learn and gain valuable management and leadership skills on top of your clinical role. TRAINING FOR THE ROLE Step 1 You'll start with your initial...
£15,671 - £35,744 yearly
Army United Kingdom
01 Sep, 2020
Full time
"THE ARMY HAS OFFERED ME A DIVERSE AND EXCITING RANGE OF OPPORTUNITIES." Army nurses can find themselves working in a variety of settings. These can vary from NHS hospitals within Defence Medical Group hospital units to ground based environments such as medical regiments and field hospitals. Nursing personnel deal with a wide range of medical situations, which could involve caring for civilian and military patients in the UK to military casualties of war and conflict. Work locations vary between clinical roles, instructional positions within clinical and military training establishments and other interesting jobs such as recruiting. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES Provide general and specialist nursing care to soldier and civilians Manage daily patient case load at a Defence Medical Group Hospital On operations you will work as part of a multi-disciplinary team, often alongside other multi-national forces You could work in modern UK hospitals or the more austere and...
£15,985 - £20,400 yearly
Army United Kingdom
01 Sep, 2020
Full time
AS A CYBER ENGINEER, YOU WILL BECOME ONE OF THE THREE FOCUSED TRADES DEVELOPING, DEPLOYING AND MAINTAINING OUR BATTLE WINNING CYBER CAPABILITY. INFORMATION SERVICES ENGINEER You will be trained to manage, maintain, configure and deploy a wide range of Information, Communications and Technology systems, ensuring that frontline troops and Commanders can communicate on operations worldwide whilst protecting these systems from Cyber Warfare threats. NETWORKS ENGINEER You will prepare, configure, deploy and maintain operational and tactical communication systems to ensure frontline troops and their Commanders can communicate on operations worldwide. You will be able to engineer a range of systems including radios, satellite systems, computer networks and mobile communications as well as support a range of software applications and ICT. INFRASTRUCTURE ENGINEER You will become experts in building voice and data telecommunications networks in fixed locations and supporting...
£15,671 - £21,600 yearly
Army United Kingdom
01 Sep, 2020
Full time
"I HELP PROTECT THE HEALTH AND WELL-BEING OF A DEPLOYED FORCE" We need every soldier and officer to be fit and well, so that we have an active, capable Army. That means protecting our troops’ health and wellbeing, wherever they are in the world. As an Environmental Health Technician, you advise commanders on environmental health, occupational hygiene, preventing disease and environmental protection. Whenever troops are deployed, you go out beforehand on reconnaissance missions to check out the location and risks. It’s important work – but don’t worry – you’ll get the highest standard of training. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES Get a fully recognised civilian BSc in Environmental Health. Help prevent disease outbreaks. Give military commanders guidance on water and food safety. Advise front line troops on the safest places to build military bases and camps. TRAINING FOR THE ROLE Step 1 You'll start with your initial military training which will teach you how to be a...
£15,985 - £27,948 yearly
Army United Kingdom
01 Sep, 2020
Full time
WE ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR MAINTAINING THE SAFE USE, STORAGE AND DISPOSAL OF DANGEROUS AMMUNITION AND EXPLOSIVES. WE USE OUR EXPERT KNOWLEDGE TO PROTECT OTHERS IN THE FIELD OF COUNTER-TERRORIST BOMB DISPOSAL. As an Ammunition Technician, you’ll learn to inspect, repair, store and destroy everything from rifle ammunition to guided weapons. You will work with Army Units and UK security services, deploying bomb disposal robots. Progression to a Bomb Disposal Operator (with extra pay) is also possible. You’ll be given responsibility early in your career as you’ll become a Lance Corporal immediately after completing your training and your career could involve work in fields such as Weapons Technical Intelligence, Ammunition Stockpile Management and Improvised Explosives Device Disposal. Ammunition Technicians are highly sought after by the commercial energetics industry and by organisations running training in explosives and bomb disposal. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES Be the Army’s...