Want to be challenged and involved in dynamic military communications and computer systems? Welcome to the world of the Communications and Information Systems sailor.
Like to broaden your electrical engineering background by working with complex electronic systems and their associated hardware? This position is for you.
Marine Technicians operate, maintain and repair the ship’s machinery, gas turbines, diesels, ventilation, as well as power generation and distribution, and electrical control systems.
Collins Class submarines dive to more than 180 metres and travel over 20 knots when submerged. Marine Technician Submariners ensure this capability by operating, maintaining and repairing the submarine’s mechanical and electrical control systems.
Our officers are everyday people who enjoy challenges
and the responsibility involved in leading and making decisions.
Receive trade skills and experience that is
nationally recognised and sought after in the civilian world.
Provide key logistic support to the
entire Navy. Or develop your hospitality skills in exciting new settings.
You never stop learning as you take command of some of the
most sophisticated machinery in the world.
If you have a desire to help people, medically
or spiritually, apply your skills in the Navy.
A fantastic opportunity exists to develop
your career in Business, Administration & Education supporting Navy personnel.
Work with the Navy's most sophisticated hardware and
technology in these exciting positions.
Utilise world-class technology, experience unique environments,
and discover new ways to keep the Navy and its members safe and secure.
Using an impressive array of sophisticated hardware and firepower you will form the frontline of Australia's defence.
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