Operational Hygiene Specialist

Royal Logistic Corps

At a glance

  • Soldier
  • medical
  • logistics

Be part of a specialist team keeping the Field Hospitals and Army clean and healthy at home and overseas as an Operational Hygiene Specialist.

  • The minimum amount you’ll earn during training
  • Your pay after completing basic trade training
  • AgeFrom 17 years & 9 months to 42 years & 11 months
  • Qualifications
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Keeping troops clean, dealing with decontamination, helping Army medical teams - our Operational Hygiene Specialists do all this and more.

They are part of a special Operational Hygiene Squadron - the only one in the Army - which is linked to the Royal Buckinghamshire Hussars. The Specialists provide sterilisation services at field hospitals and set up hot showers for troops. In fact, they support all kinds of high-profile training, in the UK and overseas. Join the team and you could travel the world, providing a vital service and supporting doctors, medics and soldiers, including Special Forces.

The Royal Logistic Corps are the Army’s professional logisticians keeping the Field Army marching, its helicopters flying, its vehicles moving and its tanks and guns firing. We enable its deployment and supply it with everything it needs, wherever it operates, throughout the world.

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Key Responsibilities

  • Become a logistic specialist in delivering morale to the Army’s hospitals and soldiers in the field.

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Regular (full time)

Entry requirements

  • Age:

    From 17 years & 9 months to 42 years & 11 months

  • Qualifications:

  • Basic physical fitness assessment:

    • 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

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