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As a [[The Royal Signals|Royal Signals]] Technical Supply Specialist you will provide the [[RLC|logistic]] backbone to [[The Royal Signals|Royal Signals]] units, it is your job to ensure that technical equipment and supplies are always in the right place at the right time and in the right quantity. You will be responsible for running computerised stock control and accounting systems for technical stores and must also be able to run manual accounting systems. You will work both in static and mobile locations, and will handle the receipt issue and transfer procedures of a multinational specialist supply system. On operations or exercises you will find yourself responsible for mobile stores carried in a vehicle that you will be required to drive and maintain.
 
As a [[The Royal Signals|Royal Signals]] Technical Supply Specialist you will provide the [[RLC|logistic]] backbone to [[The Royal Signals|Royal Signals]] units, it is your job to ensure that technical equipment and supplies are always in the right place at the right time and in the right quantity. You will be responsible for running computerised stock control and accounting systems for technical stores and must also be able to run manual accounting systems. You will work both in static and mobile locations, and will handle the receipt issue and transfer procedures of a multinational specialist supply system. On operations or exercises you will find yourself responsible for mobile stores carried in a vehicle that you will be required to drive and maintain.
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Equal opportunity trade which doesn't discriminate against butch female signallers.  Just as well really.

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As a Royal Signals Technical Supply Specialist you will provide the logistic backbone to Royal Signals units, it is your job to ensure that technical equipment and supplies are always in the right place at the right time and in the right quantity. You will be responsible for running computerised stock control and accounting systems for technical stores and must also be able to run manual accounting systems. You will work both in static and mobile locations, and will handle the receipt issue and transfer procedures of a multinational specialist supply system. On operations or exercises you will find yourself responsible for mobile stores carried in a vehicle that you will be required to drive and maintain.

Equal opportunity trade which doesn't discriminate against butch female signallers. Just as well really.