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Reserve Combat Engineer, Auckland

Published 2022-06-09
Expires 2022-07-09
ID #1036665097
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Reserve Combat Engineer, Auckland
New Zealand, Auckland, Auckland,
Published June 9, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Reserve combat engineer


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Service

Army

Army Reserve

Location

Auckland | Manawatu | Wellington | Christchurch

$174.68

Upcoming Intake

20 November, 2021

About the role

Combat Engineers provide the New Zealand Army with vital combat engineering support. As a Combat Engineer in the Army Reserve you will be trained across a variety of different specialist skills within our five engineering pillars including explosive demolition, bridge construction, mine clearance, small boat handling and establishing water supplies. All of this is delivered in parallel with the soldiering profession, such as the development of infantry skills and tactics.

Although Combat Engineer is the only engineer trade offered by the Army Reserves, we are very interested in individuals who may come to us with a variety of civilian qualifications. 

Lawyers, architects, electricians, project managers, police and data analysts number amongst our team and we welcome anyone with an interest in conducting engineering tasks within the combat battlespace. Soldiers with qualifications in these areas will predominately train as a combat engineer, but may have the opportunity to conduct some transitional training in order to apply their highly valuable skills within the military environment where appropriate.

Career progression and training
Training Overview
MOD 1
MOD 2
Corps Training

Initial training consists of three stages which equates to approximately 7 weeks of training. Module 1 (Introduction to the New Zealand Army and Reserve Force service) is conducted throughout the calendar year, with Module 2 (Basic Training) & Corps Training (Initial Trade Specific Coursing) taking place in November, December and January of a given year.

Module 1  (Introduction to the New Zealand Army and Reserve Force service) is conducted across New Zealand at specified times throughout the calendar year. This course is run in Auckland (Whangaparāoa Leadership Centre or RNZAF Base Auckland, Whenuapai), Wellington (Trentham Military Camp) or Christchurch (Burnham Military Camp). Your Candidate Engagement Facilitator will outline the intended MOD 1 location as part of your initial application to join the ResF. 

Module 2  (Basic Training) is conducted at Waiouru Military Camp. This is a 38 day residential course, taking place across November, December and January of a given year (duration accounts for leave period over the Christmas and New Year period).

Corps Training (initial trade specific training) is a two-week residential course conducted in Palmerston North (Linton Military Camp), at the School of Military Engineering. 

Salary and benefits

As a Reservist you are paid on an hourly rate rather than a salary. Pay rates depend on the role you are in and your rank; your pay will increase as you move through the ranks.

As an Army Reserve soldier, the minimum remuneration you will be paid from day one is a daily rate of $174.68 including Kiwisaver and holiday pay. Your remuneration will increase on promotion and seniority.

$175

daily rate

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You must be at least 17 years of age
Preferably hold a Class 1 restricted driver's licence
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