Aircrew Officer Navigation/Weapons Systems - Royal Navy - United Kingdom
Job Type: 
Full Time
Category: 
Air Crew
Region: 
Europe & Mediterranean
Crew Requirements: 
180 UCAS points and five GCSEs (A* to C) or Scottish Standard Grades or equivalent, which must include English and Maths. For direct graduate entry, you’ll need a degree or equivalent, 180 UCAS points and five GCSEs (A* to C) or Scottish Standard Grades or equivalent, which must include English and Maths. You’ll also have to pass flying aptitude tests at RAF Cranwell. You must be aged between 17 and 25. You should like Working as Part of a Team Responsibility and Decision Making Working with Aircraft A Sense of Adventure You should have these skills Reliable Leadership and Management Approachable Good Physical and Mental Stamina
Job Description: 
As an Aircrew Officer Navigation/Weapons Systems, you’ll have one of the most demanding and complex jobs in aviation. After gaining a thorough grounding in navigation, first aid, emergency handling and survival, you’ll complete training for your specialist role on one of the Fleet Air Arm’s three types of helicopter. On the Sea King, your skills in air, ground and sea surveillance, aircraft control and command will put you at the heart of our operations. On the Lynx and Merlin, you’ll sit alongside the Pilot, operating a range of sophisticated detection equipment and weapons systems, including Sea Skua and Stingray missiles and torpedoes. It’s a challenging career choice but one that brings huge professional and personal rewards. Your official title in the Royal Navy will be Observer.
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