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Australian Defence Force

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Australian Defence Force - Royal Australian Navy - Gap Year Training and Development Coordinator

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As a Navy Gap Year Training and Development Coordinator you will experience what it takes to be part of the team providing support to Defence and Navy's large, diverse and complex adult education and vocational training systems.

Opportunity details

Opportunity Type
Graduate Job
Salary
$30,000 - $50,000
Start Date
Ongoing

Application dates

Applications Open
17 May 2019
Applications Close
31 May 2019

Minimum requirements

Minimum Prior Qualification
Certificate
Accepting International Applications
No
Qualifications Accepted
E
Aerospace Engineering & Aviation
Civil Engineering & Construction
Electrical & Electronic Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Mining Engineering
Petroleum Engineering
Materials Engineering
I
Computer Graphics & Animation
Data Science
B
Actuarial Studies
Business Administration & Management
Human Resources
Marketing, Advertising & Public Relations
C
Graphic Design & Visual Arts
Communication & Media Studies
Music & Performing Arts
H
Classics
Languages, Literature & Linguistics
Archaeology & History
Humanities (all other)
Philosophy
Politics & Policy Studies
Social Science (all other)
Theology & Comparative Religion
Psychology & Counselling
Social Work & Sociology
L
Law
Legal Studies
M
Dentistry & Dental Science
Nutrition & Dietetics
Medicine & Medical Science
Nursing & Midwifery
Optometry, Ophthalmology & Orthoptics
Pharmacy & Pharmacology
Public Health
Psychology & Counselling
Exercise & Sports Science
P
Architecture & Interior Design
Building & Construction
Property, Land & Real Estate
S
Agricultural Science & Management
Chemistry
Earth Sciences
Physics & Astronomy
Sciences (all other)
T
General Education Studies

Opportunity

The Navy Gap Year program provides young Australians an opportunity to broaden their life experience with only a one year commitment. The program offers a 'try before you buy' experience of Navy training and lifestyle, without any obligation to serve beyond the program period.

In 12 memorable months you'll experience life and work in the Navy, while enjoying

  • a good salary plus generous superannuation
  • highly varied work experience
  • free medical and dental
  • world-class trade training
  • subsidised accommodation
  • a supportive team environment
  • free access to sports and fitness facilities on base
  • friendships that last a lifetime

At the end of the program you can choose to continue your career in the Navy, or use the skills and experiences you've acquired to secure an alternative career path.

Your Gap Year role

As a Navy Gap Year Training and Development Coordinator you will experience what it takes to be part of the team providing support to Defence and Navy's large, diverse and complex adult education and vocational training systems. If you're thinking about studying a degree in training, education or adult learning, this is a unique opportunity to gain insight into what a career in this field may be like. Or, if you enjoy working with people and are interested in helping others evaluate their interests and goals, this could be the pathway for you. You will work with the Navy's Training System Specialists as they conduct education and training. You may be exposed to supporting the design and development of workplace assessments, administration of training programs, and facilitation of training and development programs for instructors, assessors and evaluators across the Navy.

As a Navy Gap Year Training and Development Coordinator you will have experiences and develop skills that will benefit you in your career and personal life long after you graduate. Your Gap Year will be broken up into different stages. This will give you the opportunity to receive basic training and to tour Navy's different bases. You will experience life at sea, as well as what it is like to be employed ashore in Navy Officer roles. As a Navy Gap Year Training and Development Coordinator you will be provided with the opportunity to contribute to the operation of the ship or unit.

Ready for an exciting and adventurous gap year? Then apply now (below).

Salary

  • Fully-paid training
  • Starting salary from $32,000 p.a equiv. plus superannuation
  • Numerous other benefits such as free medical and dental care, and access to sports and leisure facilities

Location

  • The 9-week Initial Entry Officer Course is conducted at HMAS Creswell in Jervis Bay on the South Coast of NSW.
  • The Shore Establishment tour may include visits to:
    • Fleet Base East, HMAS Penguin, HMAS Watson and HMAS Waterhen in Sydney
    • HMAS Albatross and HMAS Creswell at Nowra
    • Fleet Base West in Western Australia at HMAS Stirling
  • Assignment to Sea Deployment and Shore Employment at Establishments could be in a range of locations around Australia.

Entry Requirements

  • Aged between 18-24 years old by completion of military training, which is dependent on each intake. January intake must be 18 by 29 March 2019; July intake must be 18 by 20 September 2019.
  • Australian citizen at time of enlistment
  • At a minimum, Year 12 level of secondary education (or equivalent) to Officer Entry standard with passes in English and three other tertiary accredited subjects.

Medical and fitness guidelines also apply.

Graduate Success Stories


  • Graduate stories
It is about seeing beyond the task in front of you and understanding how that piece of work fits in with other related programs.

Jennifer Burgess

  • Graduate stories
It is about seeing beyond the task in front of you and understanding how that piece of work fits in with other related programs.

Jennifer Burgess

  • Graduate stories
As an Electrical Engineering Officer in the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF), my daily duties will vary depending on the role I am posted into.

Jocelyn Williams

  • Graduate stories
As an Electrical Engineering Officer in the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF), my daily duties will vary depending on the role I am posted into.

Jocelyn Williams

  • Graduate stories
It is about seeing beyond the task in front of you and understanding how that piece of work fits in with other related programs.

Jennifer Burgess

  • Graduate stories
It is about seeing beyond the task in front of you and understanding how that piece of work fits in with other related programs.

Jennifer Burgess

  • Graduate stories
As an Electrical Engineering Officer in the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF), my daily duties will vary depending on the role I am posted into.

Jocelyn Williams

  • Graduate stories
As an Electrical Engineering Officer in the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF), my daily duties will vary depending on the role I am posted into.

Jocelyn Williams