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IT Opportunities in the Army


Di Mcildowie
Di Mcildowie
IT Opportunities in the Army
Roles in IT and Computing are essential for ensuring Army troops worldwide can stay connected on the battlefield, and technical information can be analysed and turned into meaningful intelligence.

If your students are passionate about data, communication systems and cyber intelligence, a Computing role in the Army could be for them. From an Operator Technical Intelligence to Electronic Warfare & Signals Intelligence, click below to discover the wide range of roles available.

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DO YOU HAVE WHAT IT TAKES TO BECOME A CYBER ENGINEER?
Cyber Engineers in the Army focus on one of three trades:

  • Information Services Engineers manage, configure and deploy a wide range of systems
  • Networks Engineers ensure frontline troops and Commanders can communicate worldwide
  • Infrastructure engineers are experts in building voice and data telecommunications networks

Our video on Cyber Engineers gives an extra insight into the role and what they can expect – why not forward this email to a student who might be interested?

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“My job involves taking a wide variety of technical information, analysing it and turning it into meaningful intelligence. As a linguist, I can also translate foreign languages that I have specialised in.”
Operator Technical Intelligence

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