A highly challenging role. Aircrew Officers are expert aviators who fly and take tactical control of jets and helicopters, enabling the Royal Navy to deliver air power from the sea and land.
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- Air Operations Support
- Catering & Hospitality
- Combat Operations
- Communications & Intelligence
- Dentistry & Dentistry Support
- Engineering & Mechanics
- Engineering & Mechanics (Aircraft)
- Information Technology
- Medical & Medical Support
- Personnel & Supply Chain
- Science / Environment
THIRTY-FIVE DIFFERENT WAYS TO JOIN THE ROYAL NAVY
When you apply to join the Royal Navy, you need to know which job you want to do.
- This field covers the hugely responsible jobs of Royal Naval Air Traffic Control Officer, who controls both military and civilian aircraft, and Naval Airmen. Naval Airmen (Aircraft Handlers) control and move aircraft and Naval Airmen (Survival Equipment) maintain the safety equipment needed by all aircrew and air passengers and train them in its use.
- The Royal Navy sails on its stomach – Chefs produce high quality food at sea and on land, and Stewards efficiently provide hospitality services and undertake other whole ship tasks.
- From Mine Clearance Diver and Marine Warfare Specialists to Warfare Rating (Submariner) and Warfare Specialist, these personnel are cool-headed and highly trained. Warfare Officers are responsible for navigating the Royal Navy’s ships and submarines.
- Communication Technicians are Specialists in technology that communicates anything from battle orders to requests for supplies, or gathering and interpreting vital military information.
- Marine and Weapons Engineering Officers and Technicians keep ships running at the peak of operational effectiveness and maintain the Royal Navy’s sophisticated electronic weapons and defensive systems.
- Air Engineer Officers and Air Engineering Technicians work in multi-skilled teams to implement checks and repairs, maintaining Royal Navy aircraft at the peak of operational readiness.
- Logistics Officers make sure everything runs smoothly. They are responsible for all Logistics onboard, from pay and food to the supply of spare parts for sophisticated Weapon Systems.
- Medical and Nursing Officers, Naval and Medical Assistants provide first-class medical care for all Naval personnel. Medical Assistants (Submariner) look after environmental safety on board nuclear submarines as well as the health of the ship’s company.
- Stores Accountants are responsible for millions of pounds worth of equipment and supplies at sea. Writers are skilled administrators looking after records, movements, accounts and pay
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