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VACANCIES FOR FULL TIME RESERVE SERVICE POSITIONS

THE CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS IS MONDAY 2 SEPTEMBER 2013

Full details of all the positions are available from:
NPT(Reserves), MP 1-2, Room 108, West Battery, Whale Island, Portsmouth, Hampshire, PO2 8DX. Email: navypers-resmailbox@mod.uk

VACANCY AT RNAS YEOVILTON FOR A LT CDR AIRCRAFT ENGINEER AS SO2 MERLIN HC3/3A AND SEA KING HC4 CONTINUING AIRWORTHINESS CO-ORDINATOR – REF No 1711140

A vacancy has arisen for a Lt Cdr AE to serve as SO2 Merlin HC3/3A and Sea King HC4 Continuing Airworthiness Co-ordinator, employed by Joint Helicopter Command on FTRS(HC) Terms and Conditions of Service.

The post incumbent will be responsible to the Continuing Airworthiness Manager (CAM) for the co-ordination of airworthiness activities and information for both the Merlin HC3/3A and Sea King HC4 Forces, to ensure that the CAM’s Military Aviation Authority (MAA) responsibilities are satisfied. This function shall include ensuring that the standard and presentation of Continuing Airworthiness Engineering (CAE) information is compliant with the MAA Regulatory Publications (MRP) and especially the CAE 4000 series Regulatory Articles. Basic pay will be between £42,314.16 and 50,676.84 per annum depending on increment level.

VACANCY AT RNAS YEOVILTON FOR A LT CDR AIRCRAFT ENGINEER AS SO2 LYNX AND WILDCAT CONTINUING AIRWORTHINESS CO-ORDINATOR – REF No 1711154

A vacancy has arisen for a Lt Cdr AE to serve as SO2 Lynx and Wildcat Continuing Airworthiness Co-ordinator, employed by Joint Helicopter Command (JHC) on Full Time Reserve Service (Home Commitment) FTRS (HC) Terms and Conditions of Service (TCOS).

The post incumbent will be responsible to the Continuing Airworthiness Manager (CAM) for the co-ordination of airworthiness activities and information for the Lynx and Wildcat in the JHC Aviation Reconnaissance Force, to ensure that the CAM’s Military Aviation Authority (MAA) responsibilities are satisfied. This function shall include ensuring that the standard and presentation of Continuing Airworthiness Engineering (CAE) information is compliant with the MAA Regulatory Publications (MRP) and especially the CAE 4000 series Regulatory Articles. Basic pay will be between £42,314.16 and 50,676.84 per annum depending on increment level.

VACANCY FOR A LT CDR AS AN SO2 STAFF DAMAGE CONTROL OFFICER (SDCO) AT FLAG OFFICER SEA TRAINING (FOST) IN PLYMOUTH – REF No 1084660

A vacancy has arisen at FOST in Plymouth for a Lt Cdr (Any Specialisation) serving on Full Time Reserve Service (Full Commitment) FTRS (FC) Terms and Conditions of Service (TCoS) as an SO2 SDCO.

The Staff Damage Control Officer (SDCO) is accountable to the SMEO and is responsible for the training of allocated Force Elements to reach Fleet Readiness and Performance Standards. His/her primary purpose is to supervise and conduct CBRNDC Operational Sea Training in HM Ships, Royal Fleet Auxiliaries and Foreign Warships as directed by SMEO iaw Staff Instructions and the CBRNDC Guidance notes. Basic pay will be between £48,449.76 and £58,025.04 per annum depending on increment level.

VACANCY FOR A LT CDR (MESM) AS THE NAVY FOST UNDER WATER TRAINING CAPABILITY –PROJECT MANAGER 02 (UWTC - PM 02) WORKING BETWEEN PORTSMOUTH, PLYMOUTH AND SCOTLAND – REF No 1731510

A vacancy has arisen at Navy FOST working between Portsmouth, Plymouth and Scotland for a Lt Cdr (MESM) serving on Full Time Reserve Service (Home Commitment) FTRS (HC) Terms and Conditions of Service (TCoS) as the UWTC – PM 02.

Working to the UWTC-SO1 in NCHQ as a team member of the UWTC Programme (with Team Leader based in Abbey Wood), this post will manage the UWTC subordinate project to ensure effective and successful transition of elements of Phase 2 & 3 submarine training currently delivered at DSMarE to within the training envisioned to be delivered from 1 Jan 2018 by the UWTC at HMNB Clyde. A key deliverable of the training transition will be the re-baselining of training necessary to support the ASTUTE and Successor SSBN Classes putting in place the training design, delivery and support mechanisms by which training can be sustained and meet the ACNS(Trng) vision – Flexible, Adaptable and Effective – into the future. Basic pay will be between £42,314.16 and £50,676.84 per annum depending on increment level.

VACANCY FOR RN OR 7 TO OR9 SERVING AS THE CHIEF CLERK JOINT CYBER UNIT (RESERVES) IN IMJIN BARRACKS IN GLOUCESTER – REF No 1726380

A vacancy has arisen for an OR7 to OR9 to serve as the Chief Clerk Joint Cyber Unit (Reserves) (JCU(R)) on FTRS(HC) Terms and Conditions of Service (TCOS).

The role of the Chief Clerk JCU(R) is to provide integrated specialist Reservist support to cyber operations in order to enhance Defence cyber capability. Basic pay will be between £29,143.08 and £41,011.44 per annum depending on rate, increment level and pay spine.

VACANCY FOR 3 X RN PETTY OFFICER (AIRCRAFT HANDLER) AS FIRE STATION WATCH MANAGERS – REF No 1124513

A vacancy has arisen 3 X RN petty Officer (Aircraft Handler) to serve as Fire Station Watch Managers (WM) on FTRS(HC) Terms and Conditions of Service (TCOS) at RNAS CULDROSE.

The WM is to ensure that the crew complies with the watch-bill and fulfils all tasks as directed by the FSO, DATCO and the FSM. He/she is also to ensure that current standing orders are adhered to. The WM is i/c of the crash combine and initial on scene Incident Commander, he/she is to endeavour to attend all incidents on the airfield within 2 minutes of the alarm, to this end, he/she is to ensure that vehicles and crew are at immediate readiness at all times when flying is in progress. Pay will be between £26,590.08 and £30,221.76 per annum depending upon increment level.

VACANCY FOR CHIEF PETTY OFFICER AS THE REGULATING CPO (REGCPO) IN 815 SQUADRON RNAS YEOVILTON – REF No 1611416

A vacancy has arisen for a Chief Petty Officer to serve as the REGCPO on FTRS(HC) Terms and Conditions of Service (TCOS) at 8I5 Sqn RNAS YEOVILTON.

Accountable to the Squadron Executive Officer the REGCPO is to act as Squadron DEPCO, administer 815 Squadron ratings and ensure they conform to Station and Squadron Orders concerning discipline, dress and leave. Pay will be between £29,434.44 and £38,319.60 per annum depending upon increment level and pay spine.

VACANCY FOR RN CPO/RM CSGT SERVING AS THE CHF MOAT OPS SENIOR IN MOAT HQ RNAS YEOVILTON – REF No 1100583

A vacancy has arisen for a RN CPO/RM CSGT to serve as the CHF MOAT OPS SENIOR on FTRS(HC) Terms and Conditions of Service (TCOS) at 8I5 Sqn RNAS YEOVILTON.

Accountable to the OC MOAT the MAOT Ops senior will be the most Senior Rate at the unit and will be the key adviser to the OC MAOT providing feedback on morale, welfare and all other personnel issues. He will act with the authority and in the same capacity as a Coy Sgt Major/ DEPCO. Pay will be between £29,434.44 and £38,319.60 per annum depending upon increment level and pay spine.

VACANCY FOR AN RN/RM SO2 AS THE SO2 J7 EXERCISES WORKING IN JFC HQ IN NORTHWOOD – REF No 1710119

A vacancy has arisen for an RN/RM SO2 serving on a Full-Time Reserve Service (Full Commitment) (FTRS(FC)) as the SO2 J7 Exercises working in JFC HQ in Northwood.

The unit role is to develop Joint Warfare to ensure the delivery of relevant, agile, balanced and coherent operational capability to support current, contingent and future operations. The SO2 J7 Exercises is to act as lead SO2 within the JW Exercises team. The applicant must be available to deploy for a minimum of 40 days per year. Pay will be between £48,449.76 and £58,025.04 per annum depending on increment level.

VACANCY FOR AN RN/RM OF4 AS THE SO1 FORCE DEVELOPMENT (SO1 FD) WITHIN THE NAVY COMMAND HEADQUARTERS, LEACH BUILDING, WHALE ISLAND, PORTSMOUTH – REF No 1732315

A vacancy has arisen for an RN/RM OF4 to serve on Full Time Reserve Service (Home Commitment) (FTRS(HC)) as the SO1 Force Development (SO1 FD) within the Navy Command Headquarters, Leach Building, Whale Island, Portsmouth

Accountable via the Force Development Gateway to ACOS(Mar Cap) the SO1 FD will be part of the Force Development team with a particular focus for identifying overall requirements for the Maritime Force, understanding relative capability and limitations of alternative force structures, including new concepts where appropriate, representing the identified optimal Naval Force structure in the Capability Management Plans and Command Plan. They will also be involved in the drafting of Genesis Options into the start of a Concept Phase. Pay will be between £59,387.64 and £68,766.12 per annum depending on increment level.

VACANCY FOR AN RN/RM SO2 SERVING AS THE SO2 SERVICE PERSONNEL (SO2 SVC SEC) WORKING IN JFC HQ IN NORTHWOOD – REF No 1679368

A vacancy has arisen for an RN/RM SO2 serving on a Full-Time Reserve Service (Home Commitment) (FTRS(HC)) as the SO2 Service Personnel (SO2 Svc Sec) working in JFC HQ in Northwood.

The unit role is to command, direct and prepare assigned joint capabilities in readiness for employment by the designated Joint Force Commander, and in support of Defence outputs.

Accountable to the JFC Svc Sec SO1 the role of the SO2 Svc Sec is to, on behalf of COS JFC, lead the Establishment Team to manage the manpower requirements of the JFC TLB. Pay will be between £42,314.16 and 50,676.84 per annum depending on increment level.

VACANCY FOR AN RN/RNR FLEET AIR ARM PETTY OFFICER SERVING AS THE EXECUTIVE PETTY OFFICER (EXEC PO) 845 NAS AT RAF BENSON REF No 1722792

A vacancy has arisen for an RN/RNR Fleet Air Arm Petty Officer serving on a Full-Time Reserve Service (Home Commitment) (FTRS (HC)) as the Executive Petty Officer (Exec PO) 845 NAS at RAF Benson.

Accountable to the Air Engineering Officer via the Exec CPO the Exec PO is to manage matters concerning routine organisation and discipline within the Squadron as directed. Pay will be between £30,445.68 to £34,603.93 per annum depending on increment level and pay band.

VACANCY FOR AN RN/RM OR7 AS A COMBINED CADET FORCE AREA INSTRUCTOR (ROYAL NAVY) (CPO CCF AI (RN)) – REF No 1718638

A vacancy has arisen for an RN/RM OR7 (any specialisation) to serve as CPO CCF AI (RN) for FOSNNI Youth Training HQ Combined Cadet Force in the North West England Area on FTRS(LC) Terms and Conditions of Service (TCOS).

Under the direction of Flag Officer Scotland, Northern England and Northern Ireland (FOSNNI), the Chief of Staff Youth is responsible for the delivery of Youth and Cadet policy and activity for the Royal Navy (RN). The activities of the Youth and Cadet Directorate encompass the funding, support and management of training delivered to RN-recognised Youth organisations including the Combined Cadet Force (CCF) - RN and Royal Marines and the development of training programmes by which the RN can interact with the wider youth community and provide opportunities for the RN to support Government youth policy in the development of young people.

Working as an integral part of the CCF (RN) HQ Area Instructor Team the position holder will be required to work in support of approximately 12 CCF RN Sections in schools throughout the North West England Area. Pay will be between £30,906.12 and £40,235.64 per annum depending on increment level and pay band.

VACANCY FOR AN OF 2 OF ANY SPECIALISATION AS THE COMMAND LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT OFFICER WITHIN HMS SULTAN, GOSPORT HAMPSHIRE - REF No 1110909

A vacancy has arisen for an OF2 of any specialisation to serve as the Command Leadership and Management Officer (CLMO) within HMS SULTAN on FTRS(HC) Terms and Conditions of Service (TCOS).

Accountable to the Executive Officer the CLMO has a wide-ranging remit which involves working within the Executive Department; a critical element in co-ordinating delivery of the SULTAN vision. The CLMO post holder should be an energetic individual with initiative, enthusiasm and great drive to take forward the Physical Development (PDev) and Command Leadership Management (CLM) agendas. Centred largely on promoting the RN Ethos and Core Service Values, the incumbent will be widely empowered to make full use of the establishment’s considerable resources to deliver upon their wide remit of tasks.

The CLMO’s primary purpose is to fulfil and undertake a Junior Exec Staff Officer role, with a remit to be the SME to the Command in all matters relating to Physical Development (Sport, Physical Education & AT) and to act as a focal point and coordinator for the implementation of CLM activities across the site. Pay will be between £33,592.20 and £39,948.60 per annum depending on increment level.

VACANCY FOR AN OF 3 OF THE MEDIA SPECIALISATION SERVING AS THE STAFF MEDIA OPERATIONS OFFICER TO FLAG OFFICER SEA TRAINING WITHIN HMNB DEVONPORT PLYMOUTH - REF No 1084515

A vacancy has arisen for an OF 3 of any specialisation to serve as the Staff Media Operations Officer (SMOO) to Flag Officer Sea Training (FOST) within HMNB Devonport, Plymouth on FTRS(FC) Terms and Conditions of Service (TCOS).

FOST – Director (South) is responsible for the collective training of all surface units of the Royal Navy (RN) and Royal Fleet Auxiliary (RFA) to meet the levels of readiness and the performance standards required by CINCFLEET. FOST also provides Operational Sea Training (OST) for both NATO and non-NATO nations as required. Accountable to Staff Logistics Officer (SLO) the SMOO to FOST is the lead officer for Media Operations (MO) training at FOST South. His/her primary purpose is to provide MO training to units as required by FOST. Pay will be between £48,449.76 and £58,025.04 per annum depending on increment level.

VACANCY FOR AN OF 3 ANY SPECIALISATION SERVING AS THE SO2 DEPUTY STAFF OFFICER WITHIN THE CAPTAIN NAVAL RECRUITING ORGANISATION IN HMNB PORTSMOUTH - REF No 1102987

A vacancy has arisen for an OF3 of any specialisation to serve as SO2 Deputy Staff Officer (SO2 DSO) within the Captain Naval Recruiting (CNR) Organisation In HMNB Portsmouth on FTRS(HC) Terms and Conditions of Service (TCOS).

CNR SO2 DSO is the lead staff officer within Captain Naval Recruiting Headquarters and is responsible to Captain Naval Recruiting for the co-ordination of internal and external briefings and provision of staffing support to CNR HQ. SO2 DSO also acts as EA to CNR alongside his/her other duties.
Accountable to CNR the SO2 DSO’s primary purpose is to support CNR, especially regarding all recruiting matters requiring co-ordination within the TLB. He/she has the secondary purpose to assist DCNR in the co-ordination of internal and external staff-work pan CNR / wider FOSNNI area. Pay will be between £42,314.16 and £50,676.84 per annum depending on increment level.

VACANCY FOR AN OF 3 OF ANY SPECIALISATION AS THE FLEET RESOURCE AND PLANS PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT 1 SO2 WITHIN NAVY COMMAND HEADQUARTERS WHALE ISLAND PORTSMOUTH - REF No 1122145

A vacancy has arisen for an OF 3 of any specialisation to serve as the Fleet Resource and Plans Performance Management 1 SO2 (RP PM1 SO2) within Navy Command Headquarters, Whale Island, Portsmouth on FTRS(HC) Terms and Conditions of Service (TCOS).

The Navy Command Resources and Plans is responsible for managing the Navy Command Portfolio, which includes the generation of the FLEET TLB spending plan, the management of In-Year (IY) resources, performance management, continuous improvement and the generation of the Royal Navy’s Command Plan.

Accountable to SO1 Command Plan the RP PM1 SO2 is to:

Measure and report the performance of the Fleet’s key logistic suppliers.
Act as deputy head to PM section, coordinating resources in production of Quarterly Performance, Risk and Holding to Account Reports.
Support SO1 Command Plan in production of the annual Command Plan and in preparation for 1SL’s Quarterly Holding to Account sessions.

Pay will be between £42,314.16 and £50,676.84 per annum depending on increment level.

VACANCY FOR AN OF 3 OF EITHER THE ENGINEERING OR LOGISTICS SPECIALISATIONS SERVING AS THE THROUGH LIFE CAPABILITY MANAGEMENT (TLCM) SO2 SAFETY ON THE LOGISTICS NETWORK ENABLED CAPABILITY (LOG NEC) PROJECT TEAM FOR MANAGEMENT OF THE JOINT DEPLOYMENT INVENTORY (MJDI) WITHIN MOD BOSCOMBE DOWN - REF No 1120833

Vacancy for an OF 3 of either the Engineering or Logistics specialisations serving on a Full-Time Reserve Service (Home Commitment) (FTRS(HC)) as the Through Life Capability Management (TLCM) SO2 Safety on the Logistics Network Enabled Capability (LOG NEC) Project Team for Management of the (Joint Deployment Inventory (MJDI) within MOD Boscombe Down

Responsible to the Log NEC Projects TL and to the MJDI Project Manager the TLCM SO2 Safety is responsible for:

Assessing SS&E policy and how it is implemented within Log NEC PT. In particular, ensuring Log NEC PT processes are in line with Log NEC Prog SS&E policy.
Provision of SS&E advice and guidance to Project Managers (PMs) and Project Safety Manager (PSMs), including membership of Project Safety & Environmental Panels. Liaising with external authorities as required.
To represent Log NEC PT Leader at Policy and Project SS&E meetings.
As the lead member of the MJDI and JAMES Safety Committee, coordinate the Safety and Environmental programme of work within the Project Teams.
To coordinate the MJDI DLoD returns.
To act as Secretary to both MJDI Checkpoint and MJDI CIWG meetings.
To conduct tasks / activities as required by the MJDI Project Manager in support of MJDI Team.
Pay will be between £42,314.16 and £50,676.84 per annum depending on increment level.

VACANCY FOR AN OF 2 OF ANY SPECIALISATION SERVING AS THE INITIAL NAVAL TRAINING DIVISIONAL TRAINING OFFICER WITHIN HMS RALEIGH TORPOINT IN CORNWALL - REF No 1119544

A vacancy has arisen for an OF 2 of any specialisation to serve as the Initial Naval Training (INT) Divisional Training Officer (DTO) within HMS RALEIGH, Torpoint, Cornwall on FTRS(HC) Terms and Conditions of Service (TCOS).

The primary purpose of the INT DTO is to assume responsibility for training Division as directed by OCINT and in accordance with the HMS RALEIGH Initial Naval Training Standing Orders.

He/she is accountable to OCINT for the management of:

a. High standards of trainee training.

b. Development and oversight of Divisional Instructors.

c. Effective regulation, administration and material state of the Division.

a. Trainee Care and Welfare.

Pay will be between £33,592.20 and £39,948.60 per annum depending on increment level.

VACANCY FOR AN OF 2 OF THE WEAPONS ENGINEERING SPECIALISATION SERVING AS THE VIRTUAL PLANNING TEAM STAFF OFFICER TO CAPTAIN (SOUTH) WITHIN THE FOST ORGANISATION IN HMNB DEVONPORT PLYMOUTH - REF No 1737462

A vacancy has arisen for an OF2 of the Weapons Engineering specialisation to serve as the Virtual Planning Team Staff Officer (VPTSO3) within the FOST Organisation in HMNB Devonport, Plymouth on FTRS(HC) Terms and Conditions of Service (TCOS).

The VPT Staff Officer (VPTSO3) is to be a FTRS post with a sea liability responsible for efficient management and use of the limited FOST(S) technical Suitably Qualified Experienced Personnel (SQEP), to properly inform and assist with the design, development and generation of QEC, T26 and MARS . In order to maintain operational currency VPTSO3 is to retain the ability to deliver bespoke Operational Sea Training (OST) for in service platforms.

Accountable through VPTSO2 to Staff Marine Engineering Officer (SMEO) the VPTSO3 primary purpose is to act as the Single Point of Contact (SPOC) at FOST(S) who can collate, prioritise and disseminate demands from new build projects placed on FOST(S),and to ensure that they are met efficiently and in a timely manner. In addition to record and manage actions and decisions taken with respect to the different elements of projects including Working Groups (WG) that will inform the development of downstream training and assurance activity, and act as the SPOC for VPT teams formed within core sea rider FOST(S) personnel. Pay will be between £33,592.20 and £39,948.60 per annum depending on increment level.

VACANCY FOR AN OF3 OF THE MARINE ENGINEERING SPECIALISATION SERVING AS VIRTUAL PLANNING TEAM LEAD STAFF OFFICER TO CAPTAIN (SOUTH) WITHIN THE FOST ORGANISATION HMNB DEVONPORT PLYMOUTH - REF No 1737452

A vacancy has arisen for an OF3 of the Marine Engineering specialisation to serve as the Virtual Planning Team Lead Staff Officer (VPTSO2) to Captain (South) within the FOST Organisation HMNB Devonport Plymouth on FTRS(HC) Terms and Conditions of Service (TCOS).

The VPT lead Staff Officer (VPTSO2) is to be a FTRS post with a sea liability responsible for efficient management and use of the limited FOST(S) technical Suitably Qualified Experienced Personnel (SQEP), to properly inform and assist with the design, development and generation of QEC, T26 and MARS. In order to maintain operational currency VPTSO2 is to retain the ability to deliver bespoke Operational Sea Training (OST) for in service platforms.

Accountable to Staff Marine Engineering Officer (SMEO) the VPTSO2 primary purpose is to act as the Single Point of Contact (SPOC) at FOST(S) who can collate, prioritise and disseminate demands from new build projects placed on FOST(S),and to ensure that they are met efficiently and in a timely manner. In addition to record and manage actions and decisions taken with respect to the different elements of projects including Working Groups (WG) that will inform the development of downstream training and assurance activity, and act as the SPOC for VPT teams formed within core sea rider FOST(S) personnel. Pay will be between £42,314.16 and £50,676.84 per annum depending on increment level.

VACANCY FOR AN OR6 OF THE PHOTOGRAPHY SPECIALISATION SERVING AS A DEFENCE SCHOOL OF PHOTOGRAPHY (DSOP) INSTRUCTOR WITHIN RAF COSFORD WOLVERHAMPTON - REF No 1728766

A vacancy has arisen for an OR6 of the Photography specialisation to serve as a Defence School Of Photography (DSOP) Instructor within RAF COSFORD, Wolverhampton on FTRS(HC) Terms and Conditions of Service (TCOS).

The DSOP Instructor is responsible to the Officer Commanding Training (OC Trg) through Flight Sergeant Training (FS Trg) for all Instructional tasking.

The DSOP Instructor is, amongst other things responsible for:

a. Delivery of photographic training to Phase 2 and Phase 3 students.
b. The completion of Sec 2 of the Instructional Specification document, iaw the Defence Training Support Manual 1 Annexes T and Y.
c. Ensuring that all training literature is available before the start of each training period and that the allocated classroom or training area is fully prepared. Shortages of training material should be reported OC Trg immediately.
d. The completion of Student Performance Review documentation.
e. The completion of end of course reports.
f. The reporting of all absentees to the FS Trg by 0900 and 1330 daily.
g. Ensuring that all Health and Safety and environmental procedures are complied with.
h. Maintaining the discipline of all students in their charge and around the School.
Pay will be between £26,590.08 and £30,221.76 per annum depending on increment level.

VACANCY FOR TWO OR6 OF THE WEAPONS ENGINEERING SPECIALISATION AS WATCH SYSTEM CONTROLLERS (WSC) WITHIN CTF 345 JSU NORTHWOOD - REF No 1124709

A vacancy has arisen for two OR6 of the Weapons Engineering specialisation to serve as Watch System Controllers within CTF 345, JSU Northwood on FTRS(FC) Terms and Conditions of Service (TCOS).

The primary purpose of the WSC is the engineering connectivity of the Firing Chain.

Accountable to the UKSC DSYS (WO2) the WSC is authorised to:

a. Compile signals on routine matters within his purposes.
b. To liaise with DCSA, BAE, British Telecom or any other agency to further the performance and repair of the station equipment.
Pay will be between £33,228.84 and £37,461.96 per annum depending on increment level.

VACANCY FOR AN OR 7 OF THE WEAPONS ENGINEERING SPECIALISATION SERVING AS MAINTAINER OF THE WATCH (MOW) WITHIN CTF 345 JSU NORTHWOOD - REF No 1124497

A vacancy has arisen for an OR 7 of the Weapons Engineering specialisation to serve as Maintainer of the Watch (MOW) within CTF 345, JSU Northwood on FTRS(FC) Terms and Conditions of Service (TCOS).

Accountable to the UKSC WO2 the MOW primary purpose is to maintain and repair all facilities and equipment’s within the Strategic Systems Headquarters, except those, which are the responsibility of External Authorities or Contract Maintainers, to maintain the operational readiness of the Strategic Systems Headquarters.

His/her secondary purposes are:

a. To supervise the implementation of all safety precautions within the SSHQ during the period of his watch.
b. To be responsible for the safe custody of all classified maintenance spares, plugfields, matrices and the publications in his charge.

The MOW is authorised to liaise with DCSA, British Aerospace or any other agency to further the performance and repair of station equipment. Pay will be between £37,486.80 and £43,875.96 per annum depending on increment level.

VACANCY FOR RN/RM OR6/OR7 LOGISTICS SPECIALISATION SERVING AS THE FORWARD LOGISTICS SUPPORT INSTRUCTOR – REF No 1121114

A vacancy has arisen for a PO/CPO (logistics specialisation) to serve as the Forward Logistics Support (FLS) instructor for the Defence Maritime Logistics School (DMLS) in HMS RALEIGH on FTRS(FC) Terms and Conditions of Service (TACOS)

The FLS Instructor is to deliver training to Phase 2 and Phase 3 students (R2/R5) at DMLS and to support training delivery within Reserve Training Unit’s and at National/Regional Training Weekends. She/he will also be an integral member of the support Chain Squadron at SMLS and will act as an invigilator instructor and mentor across the squadron as directed by Logistics Training Officer (LTO).

Accountable to the LTO Support Chain (SC) and to Officer Commanding Support Chain for Reserve specific issues the FLS Instructor is authorised to liaise with all appropriate authorities (MOD, other uniformed Services, OGDs & Civilian authorities) in pursuance of their purposes. In addition they are authorised to correspond directly, at the appropriate level, with external authorities on matters relating to their purposes. Pay will be between £33,228.84 and £43,875.95 per annum depending on rank and increment level.

VACANCY FOR AN OF4 RN OR RM SERVING ON LOAN TO THE MARINE SOCIETY & SEA CADETS (MSSC) AS AREA OFFICER IN LONDON AREA – REF No 1710763

A vacancy has arisen for an OF4 RN or RM (any specialisation) to serve as the London Area Officer on loan to the MSSC on FTRS (LC) Terms and Conditions (TCoS) of Service. The Area Officer is instrumental in supporting Sea Cadet Units in line with the MSSC Vision and Strategy through the support and development of Units, volunteers and cadets, in ensuring cadets have the best possible cadet experience and head start in life.

The Area Officer is responsible to the Captain Sea Cadets for the day to day operation, safety assurance and RN representation within his geographical area of operation. Day to day activity include but are not exclusively, visiting sea cadet units, carrying out inspections, ensuring compliance with MOD and MSSC regulations and procedures, making recommendations for performance awards, reward and recognition, management and development of a small area team of MSSC employees, hundreds of volunteers and thousands of cadets. The Area Officer is the Royal Navy and MSSC’s representative in the area and as such the incumbent will be required to attend unit, district and area events and competitions involving a lot of travel, weekend and evening work. The post holder must have strong empathy for young people and volunteers and a strong desire to inspire the next generation of seafarers and the volunteers who provide their training and run the individual sea cadet units. Key skills are leadership, people management, communication, staff work & the ability to work as part of and lead a diverse team. Pay will be between £62,357.04 and 70,849.92 per annum depending on increment level.

VACANCY FOR AN OF3 OF ANY SPECIALISATION SERVING ON A FULL-TIME RESERVE SERVICE AS THE SO2 OPERATION ESCALIN WITHIN COMMANDER LAND FORCES ORGANISATION IN ANDOVER HAMPSHIRE - REF No 1739854

THE CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS FOR THIS JOB IS MONDAY 13 SEPTEMBER 2013

A vacancy has arisen for an OF3 any specialisation to serve as the SO2 OP ESCALIN within the Commander Land Forces Organisation in Andover Hampshire on FTRS(HC) Terms and Conditions of Service (TCOS). 

In his role as the Standing Joint Commander (United Kingdom) (SJC(UK)), Commander Land Forces (CLF) is responsible for the delivery, at the operational level, of Defence support to the civil authorities and civil emergency organisations during both periods of routine and crises. Taking strategic direction from the MOD’s Ops Dir, he is responsible for contingency planning, the preparation, force generation and sustaining of Defence assets for UK Operations, and the development of doctrine, policy and processes at the operational-level. In this capacity he is responsible for the co-ordination of all aspects of Defence support, including those supporting safety and security and community engagement. 

The SO2 Op ESCALIN will provide Cabinet Office requested Defence support to the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) by providing fuel tanker drivers to ensure continuation of fuel supplies in the event of Industrial Action by the commercial fuel tanker drivers. Defence’s support is encapsulated in Op ESCALIN. This role will take the operational level lead on the day to day conduct of Op ESCALIN. Pay will be between £42,314.16 and £50.676.84 per annum depending on increment level.

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