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  • Average pay:
    RN and RM Officers and Ratings Rates of Pay 2008
    Age on entry:
    British, Irish, Commonwealth or British/dual citizenship
    A degree in engineering, maths or physics (there are a limited number of places available for graduates in arts subjects), 180 UCAS points and 5 GCSEs (A*-C)/ 5 Scottish Standard Grades (1-3)/ equivalent, including English and maths.Not all courses and qualifications, especially those at BTEC or of a more vocational nature, are suitable for inclusion within this 180 points total. Therefore candidates should seek guidance through their Naval Careers Adviser.
    Engineer (Training Management) Officers can be men or women. However, only men can serve as Engineer (Training Management) Officers in the Submarine Service. They must also hold full British citizenship.

    Job description

    As an Engineer (Training Management) Officer - E(TM) - you will be responsible for managing the delivery of education, training and development of the Royal Navy's most valuable asset - our people. You will be involved in all aspects of naval training - at sea and ashore - from hands-on instruction to analysis of jobs and equipment.

    Engineer (Training Management) Officer information pack

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    On board

    Name: Jacqueline Preston
    Age: 27

    What has been the best bit of the job so far?

    Getting to work with a wide ranging group of learners and watching them grow professionally.

    How many people are in your team and how many people do you teach?

    I work in a team of eight and teach hundreds of Royal Navy and Royal Marines as well as the wider Defence community.

    What do you like doing in your spare time?

    I like all sports really especially skiing, golf, surfing and rock climbing.