Queen's Harbour Master
Queen's Harbour Master
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Qualified Supply Chain Operative (MJDI Qualified)
Service : Royal Fleet Auxiliary Branch : Logistics Level : Rating Civilians Logistics Organisational
days of paid leave for every month served on board ship
£, your minimum starting salary
Membership of a Civil Service Pension scheme
Training and development
Potential to travel around the world
What you’ll do
As an MJDI Qualified Supply Chain Operative in the Royal Fleet Auxiliary (RFA), you’ll play a vital role in keeping your ship at sea, making sure it has the stocks, stores and equipment to complete every operation.
When you’re deployed as part of a task group, you’ll use your expertise to ensure every vessel can be sustained thousands of miles from the UK.
Every day will bring a new challenge as you oversee the distribution of multimillion pound inventories, in diverse environments all over the world.
That could mean anything from replenishing Royal Navy and NATO nation ships at sea, to liaising with local suppliers in foreign countries.
Your experience using the Management of the Joint Deployed Inventory (MJDI) software means you’ll get your seagoing RFA career started after an initial induction and refresher.
Qualified Supply Chain Operative
There aren’t many jobs where I’d get this much responsibility so quickly. Pretty much every day I’m liaising with local suppliers all over the world, making sure we’ve got everything on board.
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Skills for life
Qualifications you'll gain
Skills you'll develop
Pay and benefits
You’ll join us as a Leading Hand, immediately putting your skills into practice. Further experience and training will see you promoted to Petty Officer, then Chief Petty Officer.
Each promotion is assessed on merit, which means you can rise through the ranks quickly if you work hard and show potential.
Demonstrate the right competencies, skills, commitment and academic ability and you could be offered the opportunity to apply for officer training via the RFA Officer Training Scheme.
Dual Nationality will be considered, providing the first nationality is British. Residency restrictions may apply
Skills and interests