Can you lead under pressure? Are you ready to boost morale and look after those under you? Prove yourself and you could move up the ranks.
You'll take charge of Replenishment at Sea (RAS) operations as the Officer of the Watch on the bridge.
You’ll be training to carry out a responsible and challenging job, while studying for a recognised higher qualification, preparing to become an Officer of the Watch.
You're in charge of the catering on board, responsible for a large budget and an inventory worth millions of pounds.
You'll be responsible for some of the most important mechanical equipment and systems on your ship.
You’ll be training to carry out a responsible and challenging job, while studying for a recognised higher qualification and preparing to become a Marine Engineer Officer of the Watch.
You’ll be training to carryout a responsible and challenging job, while studying for a recognised higher qualification, preparing to become a qualified System Engineer.
You’ll be working anywhere on board maintaining and repairing the complex and varied electrical equipment and systems on your ship.
Muck in. Be one of the gang. Pull your weight. Contribute to the team and the mission. Travel. See the world. Are you ready for the most exciting civilian career you could ever have?
You’ll provide your crew mates with the nutritious meals the need to do their physically demanding jobs.
You'll look after your ship's living areas and get involved with replenishments at sea on deck.
You'll ensure information flows quickly and safely between shore establishments, other ships and maritime agencies.
You will be vital to the operational performance of the Royal Navy, supplying personnel all over the world with essential supplies.
As well as the engines, you'll be working on everything from cranes to lifts and other deck gear.
You'll be monitoring and maintaining mechanical and electronic systems, that are vital to the operational capacity of the ship
Your main jobs will be replenishments at sea (RAS) working either out on deck or at the helm.