US Army Jobs & Careers in Newcastle upon Tyne, England

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19 days ago

British Army - Registered Nurses – Adult Health

Army Newcastle upon Tyne, England

Most importantly, you'll get the opportunity to make a real difference - and not just to the fortunes of British troops during military operations… CV-Library.co.uk


19 days ago

British Army- HR Specialist

Army Newcastle upon Tyne, England

Join the Reserves: You might already be an HR professional or you might be interested in specialising in HR for the first time. Whatever your… CV-Library.co.uk


18 days ago

British Army - Logistics Roles

Army Newcastle upon Tyne, England

You control the Army’s combat provisions, from food to ammunition, and train as an office and warehouse manager. You master supply chain computer… CV-Library.co.uk


19 days ago

British Army - Engineering and Mechanic Roles

Army Newcastle upon Tyne, England

Join the Reserves: You receive the same training and gain the same skills and qualifications as a full time soldier - and you earn the same salary… CV-Library.co.uk


19 days ago

British Army - Communications Roles/Telecoms

Army Newcastle upon Tyne, England

Join the Reserves: You receive the same training and gain the same skills and qualifications as a full time soldier - and you earn the same salary… CV-Library.co.uk


19 days ago

British Army - Infantry Roles

Army Newcastle upon Tyne, England

Infantry Soldier: You get involved in everything from peacekeeping and disaster relief to full-scale combat, with the support of some of the very… CV-Library.co.uk


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    Pros

    30 days of paid leave per year
    4 day weekends on every national holiday (unless you get stuck on a duty)
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    benefits
    career growth opportunities
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    Tuition assistance

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    possible deployments
    time away from family when training or deployed
    possible work related injuries

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