Infrastructure Engineer
Centre for Army Leadership
London, United Kingdom
1d ago

Key Responsibilities

  • Use your own industry skill and experience in a military environment
  • Develop your engineering specialist skills
  • Become a specialists in construction, rail, power, water, fuels, ports, or airfields
  • Develop your skills in project management and design
  • Specialise in instrumentation, E&M or facilities
  • PART TIME)

    Training For The Role

    Step 1

    Your Army Reserve training fits around your day job. First you learn to survive outdoors, fire weapons and lead soldiers.

    Step 2

    You will then be awarded a Military Engineer Infrastructure specialist trade qualification. The level will depend on your qualifications, skills and experience.

    Entry Requirements

    Age : 17 years 9 months - 49 years Fitness :

  • Mid Thigh Pull 118kg
  • Medicine Ball Throw 3.1m
  • 2km run 10m 45s (11m 30s for Junior Entry)
  • More information about the fitness test Qualifications : Professional qualifications from NVQ to Chartered status

    Qualifications You Could Get After Training

  • Chartered Institute of Personnel Development
  • Chartered in Institution of Royal Engineers (engineering degree not required) I Eng, Eng Tech
  • Chartered Management Institute
  • Chartered Engineer (in varying institutions)
  • SMSTS, MoR
  • Managing Successful Programmes and Risk Management
  • Pay and Benefits

    You'll get paid a day rate according to your rank, starting from £39.34 in training and rising to £50.21 per day once you're a Private.

    This includes being paid for weekly drill nights. Plus, if you complete all of your annual training days, you're entitled to a tax-free lump sum called a bounty.

    More about Reserve benefits

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