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is anyone here in the Royal Navy? I am thinking of joining but am absolutely stumped for what role i want to do. So far the ones that interest me are:

- naval airman aircraft handler
- royal naval police
-communications specialist
Plus a few others.

I am open to any suggestions on other roles they are aware of.

Thank You.
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is anyone here in the Royal Navy? I am thinking of joining but am absolutely stumped for what role i want to do. So far the ones that interest me are:

- naval airman aircraft handler
- royal naval police
-communications specialist
Plus a few others.

I am open to any suggestions on other roles they are aware of.

Thank You.
Which roles are offered to you is something which will be primarily determined by your results in the Recruiting Test, plus matters like your eyesight, your age and your qualifications.

The actual initial enquiry which you will make via the website is actually just a gateway into the recruitment system; choosing one job and either applying or registering interest will move you into the test stage; it's only at the point when you have taken the test that you will have a list of the roles on offer to you personally (based on your score in the four sections); that point is likely to be a few months away and, by then, you are likely to have a better idea of which of the roles fits you best.

Apply now and work your way through the process until your RN Careers Advisor has your test results and make your choice then.

https://www.royalnavy.mod.uk/careers/role-finder

https://www.royalnavy.mod.uk/careers...test/reasoning
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Which roles are offered to you is something which will be primarily determined by your results in the Recruiting Test, plus matters like your eyesight, your age and your qualifications.

The actual initial enquiry which you will make via the website is actually just a gateway into the recruitment system; choosing one job and either applying or registering interest will move you into the test stage; it's only at the point when you have taken the test that you will have a list of the roles on offer to you personally (based on your score in the four sections); that point is likely to be a few months away and, by then, you are likely to have a better idea of which of the roles fits you best.

Apply now and work your way through the process until your RN Careers Advisor has your test results and make your choice then.

https://www.royalnavy.mod.uk/careers/role-finder

https://www.royalnavy.mod.uk/careers...test/reasoning
thank you for your response but I am already in understanding of how the process works and just wanted some peoples opinion or experiences with these roles or any role in general.
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thank you for your response but I am already in understanding of how the process works and just wanted some peoples opinion or experiences with these roles or any role in general.
In that case, add a post about this on Navy Net - you should get more responses. It's unlikely that someone serving in any of the roles you mentioned would look at a site primarily for students.

https://www.navy-net.co.uk/community/

PS You will definitely hear from the Aircraft Handlers ..............
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