How many jobs pay you while you’re still learning and then go on to reward you consistently as you develop more skills and develop in your role? Jobs in the Royal Navy do. Here you can find out just what you could be earning during your Royal Navy career.
Typically as soon as you join the Royal Navy, you’ll earn £14,349 and could go on to earn £17,767 up to £47,428.
When you join the Royal Marines, you’ll immediately be earning £14,349 and could go on to earn £17,767 up to £47,428.
The pay for both Royal Navy and Royal Marines officers is slightly higher. As soon as you join Britannia Royal Naval College or Commando Training Centre Royal Marines you'll earn £24,971 (as of September 2013). You could go on to earn £30,014 to £90,560.
Take a look below to see what you could be earning as you move through the ranks. You can also learn more about additional forms of pay, like joining bonuses, and how you will get paid your salary.
With the Royal Navy’s generous funding and scholarships we’ll help you through your studies – whether it’s A-levels or a university degree. And you can earn money while you do it too. Read on to learn about the many funding opportunities.
From the very beginning you’ll enjoy many great benefits. Plenty of paid holiday. Free dental and medical care. Free accommodation at sea and help with your shore-based housing. A substantial resettlement package once you’ve decided to leave the Royal Navy. And a pension package that beats anything a civilian employer could offer you. The list of perks goes on.
When you join the Royal Navy we will give you all the specialist skills you’ll need. But you can also build on this knowledge throughout your career. And because many of the qualifications you will gain are recognised and valued by both the Royal Navy and civilian employers, you will develop an enviable set of transferrable skills.