Are you a leader? Can you command respect? Look after the morale and lives of the men and women under your charge? And ensure the success of the mission? If the answer is yes, you could have what it takes to be a Royal Navy Officer.
You will work in the most extreme environments on the planet providing detailed environmental advice to the command, at sea and in Naval Air Stations.
As a decisive leader, skilled seaman and navigator, you'll be able to handle your ship safely in all conditions. This Branch also includes specialist Principle Warfare Officers, Mine Clearance Divers and Intelligence Officers.
You’ll take your submarine through the deep oceans, close to shore or through busy shipping lanes, staying hidden but always alert.
The Royal Navy is a team. And the Ratings are the trained professionals ensuring the success of every single mission. No matter the weather, the conditions, or demands of the job.
You’ll use highly sensitive radio and satellite systems and networks.
You’ll be an essential part of the intelligence organisation on a ship, providing critical information to the command.
You could help prepare nautical charts by surveying the ocean floor, work in the most extreme environments on the planet or prepare forecasts for maritime operations collecting vital data.
You’ll be part of a close-knit team based on shore or on board one of our sophisticated mine countermeasures (MCM) vessels disposing of multiple types of ordnance.
You’ll be doing vital work hunting for mines to make the seas safer for both Royal Navy and civilian ships.
You'll learn the special skills needed to steer your ship, act as lookout and communicate with other ships as well as a host of seamanship skills.
You’ll be part of the team detecting threats to your ship, identifying targets and making crucial tactical decisions.
You’ll be responsible for working out exactly where the enemy is, without giving away your submarine’s position.
In this highly technical job, you’ll be directly responsible for keeping the submarine safe and undetected.