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Care Leaver Covenant and Voluntary Sector Case Study

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‘Life of Ryan’ a Spectra Original

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Pure Insight

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Go Higher West Yorkshire: A Multi-Faceted Commitment

Go Higher West Yorkshire: A Multi-Faceted Commitment

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Join The British Army

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The Biggest Team You’ll Ever Join!

Men and women who want to do something different.  Full time soldiers – working, living and socialising with their work mates.  They are more than soldiers, they are also skilled tradesmen and women – could this be you?

As a Regular soldier you’ll live and work on Military bases, either in the UK or overseas – but that doesn’t mean that you have to give up your old life.  

Unless you’re away on operations or training exercises you’ll normally work 8:30am – 5pm Monday to Friday.  

You’ll also get 38 days leave per year (including bank holidays), which is more than most civilian jobs!  

Recruits in initial training receive £15,671 per year in salary!  Once you have progressed to the rank of Private Soldier your salary increases to £20,000 per year.  By the time you reach the rank of Sergeant salary increases to £35,150.

98% of Soldiers enrol on an apprenticeship, making the Army one of the largest apprenticeship programmes in the UK and allowing you to continue your education!

You don’t need to take on a combat role to join the Army – there are over 200 different job roles including:

– Engineering

– Combat

– HR, Finance & Support

– Intelligence, Communications & IT

– Medical

– Logistics & Support

– Music

Taking Up This Offer

Prior to making an application, care leavers are welcome to attend our Work Experience Programmes that we deliver on a regular basis nationwide.  These are typically 3 days in duration and will provide you with valuable experience and an opportunity to discover whether an Army career is for you.

#FindWhereYouBelong and apply today at armyjobs.mod.uk

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