Infrastructure Engineer

Royal Engineers

At a glance

  • Soldier
  • engineering

Help the Army do its job. Build the roads, rail lines, airfields and the power grid we need, wherever we are in the world.

  • The minimum amount you’ll earn during training
  • Your pay after completing basic trade training
  • AgeFrom 0 years & 0 months to 0 years & 0 months
  • Qualifications
Infrastructure Engineers

The Army has development plans for sites all over the world – and you can help make them happen. Working in one of our expert teams (Rail, Power, Fuels, Airfields, Ports, Water or Construction Engineering) you’ll help to design, manage and build vital Army infrastructure. It’s a chance to make the most of your skills and add great experience to your CV. You’ll face new challenges, enjoy global travel and add to your knowledge too. With people around you who’ll become fantastic friends, no civilian job comes close.

The Corps of Royal Engineers allows the Army to work all over the world, whether it's involved in active combat or disaster relief. The Corps are ‘first in’, setting up bases ready for the rest of the Army to arrive and ‘last out’, closing down patrol bases and military camps. The Corps is at the forefront in disaster-relief operations, effecting rapid repairs to damaged infrastructure in stricken areas.

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Key Responsibilities

  • Use your civilian industry skill and experience in a military environment

  • Develop your engineering specialist skills

  • Become a specialists in construction, rail, power, water, fuels, ports, or airfields

  • Develop your skills in project management and design

  • Specialise in instrumentation, E&M or facilities

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Regular (full time)

Entry requirements

  • Age:

    From 0 years & 0 months to 0 years & 0 months

  • Qualifications:

  • Basic physical fitness assessment:

    • Mid Thigh Pull 50kg

    • Medicine Ball Throw 3m

    • MSFT (beep test) level 7.5

    Army Reserve standards

    • Mid Thigh Pull: 50kg

    • Medicine Ball Throw: 2m 70cm

    • MSFT (beep test): Level 5 shuttle 8

    More information about the fitness test

Training for the role

Qualifications you could get after training

Pay & benefits

How to Apply

Once your online application has been approved, you'll meet with a local recruiter. This is your chance to tell us about the role that you're interested in. When you go to the Assessment Centre,you'll take tests - the results will show whether you'd be suitable for this role, or should consider a different role.

More about the joining process

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