Royal Navy engineers sponsored profile
The Royal Navy is an organisation that operates predominately at sea, but also on land and in the air, to protect the UK’s interests both at home and abroad. First and foremost the Royal Navy is a fighting force, serving alongside our allies around the world. We also protect UK ports, fishing grounds and merchant ships and help tackle international smuggling, terrorism and piracy. Increasingly, we’re involved in humanitarian and relief missions, where our skills, discipline and resourcefulness make a real difference in people’s lives.
Whether you are interested in sensitive electronics and information systems to massive gas-turbine engines and nuclear weapons, as an engineer in the Royal Navy you’ll be responsible for some truly incredible kit and because technology is at the heart of everything we do, you’ll be called on to deploy your skills in some of the world’s most high impact situations.
With the opportunity to work on everything from gas turbine engines to tomahawk missiles, submarines to jets, the weapon, marine and air engineering branches open onto a wide range of possible roles.
The Royal Navy is recruiting graduates with a degree in science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM). Engineering is at the centre of everything the Royal Navy does. Which means whatever, area of engineering your expertise lies, you will find a role within the Royal Navy that will not only challenge you, but also present you with unrivalled sense of purpose and experiences that you would never encounter in any other engineering role.
An Engineering Career Without Limits
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