Choose a Communications, IT or Intelligence role and you’ll be responsible for the Army’s communication and information requirements around the world, while being at the front line of safety and security back home too. From relaying secure messages and pinpointing enemy positions to handling classified material, you’ll be in a role that helps keep the Army connected.
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.
Where would you start if you were going into a war zone or attempting to deal with a subversive group planning a terrorist attack? As an Army Intelligence Corps Officer, you will provide advice to all levels of command to ensure that their situational awareness and operational planning is timely and mission correct. Be a respected member of a highly professional team.
With your unique understanding of communications and information systems, you’ll ensure the delivery of a complete information service during times of peace, conflict and crisis. To apply for this role you will need to apply as a General Service Officer, and while due consideration is given, you aren't guaranteed of being allocated to the Corps of your choice.
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.
As an Artillery Command Systems Operator you will operate technical computer, survey and communication equipment to support the firepower of the Royal Australian Artillery. If you are seeking a challenge, this is for you.
When you’re trying to get any job done in a team it all comes down to good communication. As a trained Communication Systems Operator you will use your knowledge of radio and satellite communications to provide vital communications for the Commander.
As an Analyst Intelligence Operations you will advise Commanders on the threat situation. The Commander will make decisions based on the intelligence you provide. In short, your role is encapsulated in the Australian Intelligence Corps motto 'Forewarned, Forearmed’.
Interested in learning a foreign language? Then consider a career as an Electronic Warfare Operator gathering and analysing foreign communications to prepare sensitive documents and reports vital to Australia’s security.
Geospatial Technicians are specialists supporting the Army's unique requirements for accurate and timely geospatial information in both domestic and international operations. If you seek highly sought after qualifications and great pay, this is for you.
Be a part of a large organisation responsible for the installation, configuration and maintenance of Local and Wide Area Networks. Training provided.
An exciting position working in a range of environments preparing technical drawings and preparing illustrative material for a range of purposes. Training provided.
Become a Telecommunications Technician and work with high-tech military grade communication equipment supporting the Army in Australia and overseas. With unrivalled training, this is a role that will take your career to the next level.