Naval Nurse Reserve
Public Sector & Government
- Deliver world class healthcare as part of a highly skilled and motivated team.
- Provide vital support to maritime and wider military operations across the globe.
- Provide support in a range of challenging conditions at sea, on land or in the air. Adapt to a variety of platforms including state of the art warships such as the new Queen Elizabeth aircraft carrier.
- Travel the world as part of the front line medical services team.
What you’ll get
- Daily rates of pay equivalent to those of full-time personnel
- Annual tax-free bounty subject to meeting the minimum training commitment
- Paid leave in proportion to the number of training days attended
- Automatic membership of the non-contributory Armed Forces Pension Scheme
- Expenses and allowances when undergoing training
- Access to sports and fitness facilities
- Opportunities for adventurous training (AT)
What you'll need
- You must be aged 20 - 52 when you start training
- You should have an Adult Nursing Diploma, ideally with a specialism. If you haven’t had specialist training, we can offer this. If you are a registered Nurse (Adult) without a diploma, you can still join and we can offer you the training to get you to degree level
- You must be registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC), but can also apply in your last year of nurse training to be selected on a conditional offer, subject to receiving an NMC PIN
- You must be a British or Irish national, a Commonwealth citizen, or a Dual National
- A Body Mass Index (BMI) between 18 and 28 (between 17 and 27 if under 18)
- Pass the Naval Swimming Test
Skills and interests
- A nursing professional
- A skilled medical professional
- A confident and well-organised practitioner
- A team player
- A problem-solver who works well under pressure
- Physically and mentally fit