Workclubs and Armed Forces Vacancies‏

Remember: As well as this specific vacancy the Armed Forces are always recruiting. Further information can be obtained from the respective forces website ( RAF Army Navy ) or by visiting your local Armed Forces Careers Office which is located at:

Chester – 64 Watergate Street, CH1 2JT

Crewe – 177 Nantwich Road, CW2 6DF

Manchester – Petersfield House, 29-31 Peters St, M2 5QJ

Warrington – 18 Winmarleigh Street, WA1 1NB

The MOD have asked for assistance in promoting these vacancies in the Submarine Service of the Navy. Individuals can train in numerous roles. Please see the attachments above for full details of each role:.





The basic criteria is as follows:

Age 16-37 (33 for marines)

Not suffering from asthma or had asthma medication for past 4 years

UK resident for past 5 years

Not broken or fractured a bone in past 12 months

No tattoos above collar or below cuffs:

Employer Offer:

Join the Navy (please see attachments above for additional information). Life in the Royal Navy could be working within our Surface Fleet, Submarine Service or Fleet Air Arm. It could be protecting Britain’s ports, fishing grounds and merchant ships or helping to tackle international smuggling, terrorism and piracy. They are also increasingly becoming involved in humanitarian and relief missions, where their training, skills, discipline and resourcefulness make a real difference to people’s lives.

The Royal Navy can offer you opportunities and job security you will hardly ever find in civilian life. The Royal Navy has never been a soft option though and if you wish to join, it is not a decision to take lightly. Your parents, guardians, teachers and friends, particularly those with no previous experience of or connections with the Royal Navy, will naturally want to know that it’s right for you.

To find out more details or to apply

Part time positions are also available in the Royal Naval Reserves.