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Engineering Technician (Marine Engineering)


Royal Navy
Salary: £20,000 The minimum you’ll earn after training
Location: UK
Job type: Permanent
Sector: Defence
Category: General Engineering Jobs
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* Age: 16 - 39
* Education: No qualifications
* Salary: £20,000 The minimum you’ll earn after training
* Holiday: 6 weeks Of paid holiday every year
* Progression: £51,000 Earn over this amount as you progress
* Benefits: NVQs Get funding for qualifications

Your role

* Be a key part of the immense engineering effort that goes into powering our ships, keeping every operation on track and making some essential missions possible.

* Find innovative and resourceful solutions to complex problems, applying the engineering skills and knowledge you gain, in a world where there is no such thing as standard.

* Get your hands on some of the most sophisticated equipment on the planet, working with your team, under the guidance of the Marine Engineer Officer.

* Complete daily rounds, checking equipment to ensure the ship remains operational. You’ll need to be precise and pay attention to detail, because even the smallest mistake can have a big impact on the rest of the ship.
* Age: 16 - 39
* Education: No qualifications
* Salary: £20,000 The minimum you’ll earn after training
* Holiday: 6 weeks Of paid holiday every year
* Progression: £51,000 Earn over this amount as you progress
* Benefits: NVQs Get funding for qualifications

Your role

* Be a key part of the immense engineering effort that goes into powering our ships, keeping every operation on track and making some essential missions possible.

* Find innovative and resourceful solutions to complex problems, applying the engineering skills and knowledge you gain, in a world where there is no such thing as standard.

* Get your hands on some of the most sophisticated equipment on the planet, working with your team, under the guidance of the Marine Engineer Officer.

* Complete daily rounds, checking equipment to ensure the ship remains operational. You’ll need to be precise and pay attention to detail, because even the smallest mistake can have a big impact on the rest of the ship.
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