navyRoyal Navy Engineering Officer

Sector
Domestic, Engineering, Health & Medical, IT

Job Type
Permanent

Location
All UK

Salary
Negotiable

Job Summary

Officer pay: As soon as you join Britannia Royal Naval College you’ll earn £24,971 (as of September 2013), with a £27k joining bonus paid over 3 stages.  You could go on to earn £30,014 to £90,560.

As an Engineering officer in the Royal Navy you’ll be called on to deploy your skills in some of the world’s most high impact situations – because technology is at the heart of everything we do. It means the variety of engineering roles available to you in the Royal Navy is unrivalled. And the technical knowledge you’ll develop goes far beyond anything you would learn in a civilian apprenticeship.

Being an Engineering officer in the Royal Navy is more than just a job, it’s a way of life. From weapon, marine and air engineering to training management you will have the opportunity to maintain radars and missiles, destroyers, frigates or submarines, or even jets and helicopters.  We are looking for intelligent, well-motivated graduates with a degree in engineering, maths or physics based subjects to become the senior leadership and management team within the Marine, Weapon and Air engineering branches of the Royal Navy.

Do you think you know what it takes? Then why not find out more…

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