World-class kit, world-leading training, world travel. It’s a career built around you, with skills that will stay with you for life. Explore what it means to be a Royal Navy Engineer, and see how you can build the future you want. Explore today.
Beth, Marine Engineer Officer (Submariner)
James, Engineering Technician (Weapon Engineering)
Being in the Royal Navy means getting stuck in from the start, developing skills and gaining qualifications you never thought possible, travelling the world – and getting paid for it from day one.
Are you a STEM student looking to get ahead in industry? Our Undergraduate Leadership Programme (ULP) is a chance to build your leadership skills and experience a unique working environment first-hand.
When you make the Engine Room your classroom, your next lesson could be anywhere in the world. Learn your trade, develop your skills and earn a wage from day one. How far you go is up to you.
World-class kit, world-leading training, world travel. It’s a career built around you, with skills that will stay with you for life. Explore what it means to be a Royal Navy Engineer, and see how you can build the future you want.
If you’ve got skills to bring to the table, you can join the Royal Navy at a level that matches your expertise and experience.
If you love to solve problems and have an interest in technology and fixing things, learn on the job as an Engineer.
Finishing school doesn’t have to be the end of your education. Get stuck into a career and earn while you learn.
Apply everything you’ve learnt and join a world-class engineering team. You’ll start your journey as an officer, which means you’ll be at the leading-edge of industry from day one.
If you’re ready to learn your trade as a professional engineer, you can choose from a range of apprenticeship schemes and get the world-class training you need to succeed.
Be paid to study for a degree in Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, and gain practical skills using some of the most advanced kit on the planet, as you travel the world.
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This is your opportunity to be part of one of the Royal Navy’s most elite teams – and join one of the world’s most respected engineering apprenticeships.
You’ll be responsible for the arsenal of weapons on board our submarines, including Trident nuclear missiles.
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Being a Communications and Information systems (CIS) Specialist means you are at the heart of every mission and always in the thick of the action.
Being an Engineering Technician (Weapon Engineering) means taking responsibility for the serviceability, readiness and accuracy of systems that make a Royal Navy Ship a Warship.
Being an Engineering Technician (Marine Engineering) means being pivotal to day-to-day operations. You’ll ensure our state-of-the-art warships are powered, maintained and ready for action.