Being a Submariner is a role like no other. It takes a unique individual to operate such advanced technology at these depths. It's not the job for everyone, but if you are up to the challenge, it'll reward you in ways you never knew possible. You'll wear your Submariner's badge with pride, knowing you are able to go where few can and do what few dare.
Electronics Technician Submariners operate, maintain and repair the submarine combat system, weapons system, radar, sonar, navigation, communications, surveillance equipment and other electronic systems on board the sophisticated Collins Class submarines.
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.
As an Acoustic Warfare Analyst you will be operating advanced Sonar and Combat Systems to contribute to the mission of the submarine and Australia’s Naval Operations.
A job as an Electronic Warfare Submariner in the Navy is an exciting role where you will learn to operate the specialised equipment used to intercept and analyse electromagnetic emissions.