Explore what it means to be a Royal Navy Engineer, and how you can build the future you want in engineering.
Danny, Engineering Technician (Weapon Engineering)
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Gun Cleaning Tools, Torch, Hammer, Socket Set, Squash Racquet, MP3 Player, Hair Trimmer, Family Photos, A Good Read, Light Weapons Protection Oil, Pliers, Adjustable Spanner Screwdriver
You’ll get your hands on cutting-edge kit at the same time as working towards a fully funded degree.
An interest in mechanics and engineering
Earn up to £45,000 as your career progresses
Fast-track to an advanced apprenticeship with all Engineering Technician roles, study for a foundation degree – and earn £1,200 a month from day one.
You’ll be part of a team responsible for making sure our ships are seaworthy and combat-ready.
A passion for working with the latest technology
Support and funding for qualifications and development
Build the engineering career you want.
And get £27,000 for joining.
Beth, Marine Engineer Officer (Submariner)
You’ll maintain and operate complex communication, detection and weapon systems worth millions of pounds.
A passion for working with technology
Earn over £18,000 after completing your specialist training
Flip Flops, Rivet Gun, Duct Tape, Phone, SOG PowerLock Multi-tool, Torch, DVD Set, Fishing Rod and Spinner, Sun Cream, Hammer, Installation Tester, Notebook and Pen, Ratchet Screw Driver Set
You’ll lead teams of skilled technicians, responsible for keeping the submarine and its systems in top working condition.
Technical expertise and leadership skills
The chance to become a Chartered Engineer
Travel the world and build your skills with world-class training on state-of-the-art kit and be in a leadership position from the start.
Marine Engineer Officer
Bunk Photos (Family & Friends), Shoe Shine Kit, Party Wig, Ear Protectors, MP3 Player, Notebook, Torch, Compact Shampoo & Soap Bars, Sewing Kit, Mug (for thinking time), Vacuum-Pack Bags and Clothes.
James, Engineering Technician (Weapon Engineering)
You’ll work on sophisticated equipment that is essential to keeping our submarines moving.
Physical and mental stamina
A £5,000 bonus when you qualify as a Submariner
You’ll be responsible for the arsenal of weapons on board our submarines including Trident nuclear missiles.
Ability to cope in challenging situations
LIAM, WEAPONS ENGINEER
Type 45 flight deck becomes a film deck.
Weapon Engineer Officer
Smartphone, Tablet, Multi-Charger/Connector, D-SLR Camera & Lenses, Local Language Book, Trusty Pens, Cycling Multi-tool, Torch, Notebook, Mini-tripod, Coffee Flask.
To keep the Royal Navy effective and ready for action, we need marine, air and weapon engineers, at all entry levels.