Location:Australia, All states and territories
Closing:Closing in 20 hours
- Good salary package and numerous benefits
- Dynamic one-year role
- Develop leadership and teamwork skills
As an Artillery Operator, you’ll provide vital fire support to ensure the success of combat operations. You’ll see what it’s like to be part of combat team, firing 155-millimetre firearms in challenging environments. Your job will include tasks such as preparing weaponry for deployment, interpreting digital data, firearm maintenance and driving cross-country vehicles.
Take on a dynamic 12-month role in the Army and experience what life could be like in the Defence Force. It’s called the ADF Gap Year Program, but it isn’t just reserved for people that are straight out of school. In this unique opportunity, you’ll get the chance to try out a year within Defence, learning how to fulfil a role that’s unlike any other. You’ll get paid to travel and gain invaluable life and work experience, while making friendships that could last a lifetime.
If you’re looking for a challenge where you get to work in a tight-knit team – then this could be the right role to challenge you.
Life in the Army Gap Year Program
Action, adventure, exciting career opportunities and amazing mateship – the Army Gap Year Program is a one-year commitment that takes you out of the office and into barracks, training exercises and the field itself.
There’s also the unique sense of accomplishment and pride that comes from serving your country and providing support to communities in need, both here and overseas. Whether you decide to extend into a longer-term role in the Army, or not, you’ll get the chance to see if it’s a good fit for you.
Along with the highly purposeful work, you’ll be working in a supportive environment alongside highly skilled professionals to help guide you throughout the whole program.
During your 12-month role and on completion of training, you will receive a salary package starting from $66,544.
In addition to your salary, you will receive generous superannuation, housing subsidies and free medical and dental care.
For this role, you must be aged between 17-24 years old to apply, an Australian Citizen and have completed Year 12, with passes in Year 10 English and Maths.
Click the APPLY button if you think you have what it takes to spend 12 months as an ADF Gap Year Artillery Operator, and we’ll get in contact with you shortly.
You can also visit the link below to view the full position description and learn more about life in the Army.