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.
Beth, Marine Engineer Officer (Submariner)
Use your existing engineering experience and qualifications to join the Royal Navy three ranks higher than the usual route. That means you’ll hit the ground running and be in a leadership position on your first day.
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.
You’ll lead the team of skilled technicians responsible for keeping the submarine and its systems in top working order.
You’ll work on sophisticated equipment that is essential to keeping our submarines moving.
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.
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.
Explore what it means to be a Royal Navy Engineer, and how you can build the future you want in engineering.
You’ll maintain and operate complex communication, detection and weapon systems worth millions of pounds.
You’ll be part of a team responsible for making sure our ships are seaworthy and combat-ready.
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.
James, Engineering Technician (Weapon Engineering)
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 be responsible for the arsenal of weapons on board our submarines, including Trident nuclear missiles.
You’ll be in the thick of the action, in charge of the cutting-edge communication systems that are essential to global operations.
Shape your future in engineering with a Royal Navy Apprenticeship. You can earn while you learn with our tailored schemes and get the accelerated development you’re looking for.