Royal Marines Musician Jobs Vacancy at Royal Navy
Royal Navy urgently required following position for Royal Marines Musician. Please read this job advertisement carefully before apply. There are some qualifications, experience and skills requirement that the employers require. Does your career history fit these requirements? Ensure you understand the role you are applying for and that it is suited to your skills and qualifications.
Follow the online directions, complete all the necessary fields, and provide all relevant information so your application is submitted correctly. When you click the 'Apply this Job' button (open in new window) you will be taken to the online application form. Here you will be asked to provide personal and contact details, respond to employment-related questions, and show how you meet the key selection criteria.
Royal Marines Musician Jobs Vacancy at Royal Navy Jobs Details:
As a Musician in the Royal Marines Band Service, you’ll be a part of the world’s most versatile military music organisation. The public face of the Naval Service, combining military duties with a professional music career that will take you all over the world, all in the name of defence diplomacy. Performing on the biggest stages, at the most historic events. From playing for royalty, to welcoming important political visitors, you’ll need to be just as exceptional as our Commandos. The same Commandos you’ll work alongside on operations – and lead out on parade.
Royal Marines Musician
Since I started my training at the Royal Marines School of Music (RMSoM) I’ve been lucky enough to receive tuition from some of the most respected professors in the world.
If you have questions, call us 0345 600 1444
Spend up to three years at the Royal Marines School of Music (RMSoM), learning your craft and mastering the full range of musical styles that make up our repertoire.
Play an important role in the Royal Marines Band Service’s vital medical and logistical function, supporting 3 Commando Brigade in conflict zones all over the world.
Share the stage with a team of talented musicians across a wide variety of styles, from jazz group and marching bands to full blown orchestras.
Make a vital contribution to our nation’s defence diplomacy strategy, performing at military, ceremonial and social events all over the world.
What you’ll get
Skills for life
Skills you'll develop
The ability to perform on the world stage in front of thousands
A familiarity with a wide variety of musical styles
Qualifications you'll gain
M3 Qualification on completion of phase 2 training (up to 3 years after employment start date)
BTEC Level 3 in Music Management within the the Uniformed Public Services (UPS)
Pay and benefits
Salary of more than £14,700 as soon as you start training
Earn over £18,000 on completion of training, potentially rising to over £48,000 as your career progresses
Professional training at the world-class RMSoM
Six weeks of paid holiday every year
Free medical and dental care
Subsidised travel and accommodation
Excellent pension scheme
View all benefits
Start basic training
Continue to study for Musician Class 3 qualification
Pass Musician Class 2 and Junior Command Course (Band), to become Band Corporal
Pass Musician Class 1 and Senior Command Course (Band), to become Band Sergeant
What you'll need
Aged 16 to 32 when you start Basic Training
There is no minimum qualifications requirement
You must be able to read music and play a brass, wind, stringed or percussion instrument to a high standard
For males a BMI of under 28. This rises to 28-32 BMI rate if your waist measures less than 94cm. For candidates under 18 years of age, BMI should be between 17 and 27
For females, a BMI of under 28. This rises to 28-30 BMI rate if your waist measures less than 80cm. For candidates under 18 years of age, BMI should be between 17 and 27
Minimum height of 151.5cm, and a minimum weight of 65kg for males
A national of the United Kingdom or Ireland, a Commonwealth citizen who has lived in the UK for the last 5 years, or a dual national
Skills and interests
Playing a musical instrument
Performing in public
Working as part of a team
A real sense of adventure