Career outlook for royal navy officer
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Currently employed in Scotland
What's it like?
You would lead a squadron or unit on board ships or submarines in the Royal Navy.
You would be responsible for the welfare and discipline of those serving under your command.
You would also have a specialist role. You could become:
- A warfare officer – control weapons and defence systems, and help navigate
- An air engineering officer – prepare aircraft for flight and work with experts to improve aircraft design
- A weapons engineering officer – look after weapons delivery, detection and communications equipment
- A logistics officer – manage the delivery of supplies and equipment, and give legal and financial advice
- A medical or nursing officer – give medical care on ships, submarines and land
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- Managing resources
- Developing a plan
- Verbal communication
- Problem solving
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