Join the team that lifts the Army. Whether you’re flying, maintaining or in a support role, an aviation job with the Australian Army means you’ll work closely with our impressive fleet of helicopters, from the Black Hawk and Chinook to the ARH Tiger and our latest aircraft - the MRH-90.
Officers are the leaders of the Army, relied upon for their decision making skills. Before you begin a career as an officer, you'll learn the skills to command at the Royal Military College, Duntroon.
Work at the forefront of the very latest aviation technology designing, constructing and maintaining the Army's helicopters alongside some of the most talented engineers in the Defence Force. Well, what are you waiting for?
Looking for an exciting aviation career? Then look no further than Aviation Corps Officer in the Australian Army. You’ll fly helicopters to transport soldiers or you may be part of a vital search and rescue, medical evacuation or disaster relief team.
Like to fly one of the Army’s impressive fleet of helicopters? Then become an Aviation Corps Officer and you’ll fly helicopters within Australia and possibly overseas on a range of exciting and challenging taskings.
As an Avionics Engineer in the Army, you’ll be responsible for the instruments that make crucial missions possible. You’ll work alongside talented people in the Defence Force, with the newest helicopters in the country. So, what’s stopping you?
You’ll work on some of the newest helicopters in the country and be responsible for the design, construction and testing of large software systems to enhance Army's Aviation capabilities alongside a talented and supportive team. It doesn’t get much better.
Becoming a soldier offers a wealth of career opportunities. After basic training, you will be able to specialise in the profession that suits your skills and ambitions.
If you enjoy hands-on roles then working with Army helicopters and their flight crews will have lots of appeal and provide you with a level of professional responsibility for the safety support of crew and passengers rarely found in the civilian world.
An outstanding opportunity to manufacture, assemble, install and repair components on some of the most high-tech helicopters in Australia. Training provided.
If you’re the kind of person who’s clocked-up a few hours building remote control models, then a job as a Surveillance Aircraft Operator could be for you. Operating Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, your bird’s eye view will monitor potential ground threats and help ensure the safety of troops on the ground.
Ever thought about working in some of the largest transport aircraft in the world? How about being part of a unique crew that delivers cargo by parachute. The role of your team is critical to mission success and hence this is not for the faint hearted.
An outstanding opportunity maintaining the Australian Army's sophisticated, state of the art helicopters. Training provided.
Avionics Technicians ensure the instruments and electronic systems such as communications and navigational equipment on-board Army aircraft are maintained perfectly.
A job marshalling aircraft, preparing and loading aircraft ammunition and conducting hot and cold refuelling will be challenging but very satisfying.
A job orchestrating the pre and post mission planning for aircraft missions and establishing and maintaining data-link and satellite communications in support of Army aircraft operations will be challenging but very rewarding.