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CAREERS ADVISERS

PASS IT ON! WE NEED YOUR EXPERIENCE IN THE NAVAL CAREERS SERVICE

If you are about to leave the Regular Service (RN or RM) or have already left, you can put your experience to good use as a Careers Adviser (CA).

Careers Advisors
 

The Job and The Role

mapYOUR REWARDING ROLE WILL INCLUDE:

Providing advice and counselling to candidates considering careers in the Naval Service.

Recruiting candidates by nurturing, conducting the interviews, administering selection tests and eligibility checks required by the recruitment process.

Completing the documentation and processes to ensure candidates’ timely arrival at the Training Establishments.

Establishing and maintaining close liaison with civilian employment staffs, careers counsellors in schools, youth training organisations and community leaders in order to represent the Naval Service wherever possible.

Accompanying students on acquaint courses and visits.

Attending careers conventions and other events associated with recruiting.

Outreach activities.

 
 

Pete Nash“The best job I’ve ever had. There is nothing more rewarding that I could do on a daily basis, giving someone the opportunity to join the best Navy in the world and have the chance for a full and rewarding career if they want one.”

WO1 Pete Nash,
Area Recruiting Manager,
 West of England

Training

All CAs attend a comprehensive five week training course at Royal Navy School of Recruiting (RNSR) at Bovington. The course syllabus includes theoretical and practical training in the recruiting tests, interviewing techniques, the selection interview process, report writing, administrative requirements, the computer record system TAFMIS, as well as practical acquaint visits to HMS Sultan, Collingwood, Nelson and Navy Recruiting Headquarters in Portsmouth.

Personnel currently join the NCS on Full Time Reserve Service (Limited Commitment) (FTRS) which involves leaving the Regular Service and joining the Royal Fleet Reserve.

Pension and Pay

The POC for Pay and Pensions advice is the JPAC and serving personnel can just log onto JPA and submit a i-Support request detailing the information they would like.  Personnel who have left the Service can contact the JPAC by writing to:

JPAC
Mail Point 600
Kentigern House
65 Brown Street
Glasgow
G2 8EX

or phoning 01412243600.



For more details please call 01929 403172

 

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