Royal Engineers Careers
The Corps of Royal Engineers is unique within the British Army in that it offers recruits three jobs in one.
You will first be trained as a soldier before training as a Combat Engineer, where you will receive an education in military engineering and construction. You will then go on to specialise in a trade.
Find out where you could fit into the Royal Engineers, the Army's specialist builders, movers and enablers.
No matter which path you take, you will become a tradesman or woman confident in your role and the work you carry out, with the opportunity to gain a set of qualifications recognised throughout the civilian world.
Leadership challenges for the technically minded.
If you've got an aptitude for leadership, then joining the Royal Engineers and becoming an officer is a great way to take things to the next level.
Royal Engineers Officer
As a Sapper, you will first be trained as a soldier before training as a Combat Engineer, where you will receive an education in military engineering and construction.
Royal Engineers Soldier
By joining a Territorial unit with the Royal Engineers, you will learn some new skills, use your existing ones and combine it all with your existing civilian career.
Get more from your spare time by combining a job as a military engineer with your civilian life.
Join as a Territorial