The British Army
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The British Army Careers and Employment

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  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Industry
    Government & Public Administration
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Salaries

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Human Resources Specialist
£23,160 per year
Corporal
£25,201 per year
Army Officer
£42,100 per year
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Rating overview

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Reviews

Driver in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire and Germany guterslow
on 22 February 2021
Always learning
The best job I've had as ive always wanted to be in the army since I was 4 years old and met lots of life long friends, it was a big family that we all helped each other the army made me who i am today more confident in myself, I chose to come out of the army as I was beginning my family life and the army was very supportive in my decision.
British Army in Tidworth
on 5 March 2021
Good working place at times
Not really much i can say really but i have enjoyed my time working for the army and enjoyed the places i have been and seen also i have been looked after well.
Sergeant in Aldershot, Hampshire
on 19 February 2021
The best career
On joining you immediately become part of a family. The training is intense and thoroughly hard work but worth every minute. The job security is second to none and when you have chosen your trade within the Army you will be set for life.
Account Manager in Andover, Hampshire
on 16 February 2021
Great job opportunity
It good place to start your career if you are not sure what you want to do.You meet a lot of amazing people with so many different backgrounds and cultures, and you get the opportunity to travel around the world on many operational tours.
Rank of Colour Sergeant in Edinburgh, City of Edinburgh
on 9 February 2021
Tough yet rewarding
Great experience, travelled the world, have hundreds of friends through my time. I would recommend it to anyone willing to give their all to it. Bear in mind not everyone is designed to cope with the training. Whilst in training THAT is not the army, that's training to join the army, life is better once you are fully trained, you are treated differently and then the real experience starts. You'll find you will be able to turn your hand to any job from there on in. You will certainly reap the rewards of pay, bonuses and a pension (the best pension out there) the army's welfare program is also second to none, whether you are a single soldier or a family man you will be looked after without hesitation or Bias.
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Fitness related mostly.

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What I wanted from life

Shared on 3 December 2018

They ask about your background including previous work and hobbies. A lot of your interview will be them telling you about the selection process. They may also ask you about the job that you desire within the Army, so learn about training locations and the day to day job.

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