Training in the Glorious Corps

think training in the Corps is poor?
think you could do better?
fancy a job in HQ SOinC(A) directing traing policy for the Corps?
well i have found the perfect job for you on the MoD jobs website
www.jobs.mod.uk

STAFF OFFICER TRAINING SUPPORT (PAY BAND C2), MSF, HQ SIGNALS OFFICER IN CHIEF (ARMY) - Ref:14351

best of all they want

Competencies/Qualifications/Experience
This successful applicant will have the relevant experience and knowledge to place the development and delivery of such policies within a military context. Knowledge or experience of the Royal Signals is essential to ensure that the close links with the corps are maintained. He/she will possess skills in oral and written communication, leadership, understanding and applying information systems, be an excellent motivator and will be able to arbitrate with tact and discretion. He/she must be capable of detailed analytical research and be an articulate and confident briefer to senior officers. Previous experience in MOD or training support appointment is highly desirable.


think that just about sums up anyone who has served in the Corps for more than 5 minutes!!
might just apply myself  ;D
 

Harry_Monk

War Hero
think that just about sums up anyone who has served in the Corps for more than 5 minutes!!  
Yes, but it also somes up absolutely nobody that is any position of power !!!!!!!!!!

OOOO, did I just say that outloud ?!?!?! :eek:
 

IS Ski Geek

War Hero
Moderator
No doubt we will get some failed rodney filling the post. Making bone decisions as per the norm and satisfying nobody.
 

749

Old-Salt
did think about applying for it myself
but the thought of having to live and work in Blandford was just too much  ;D
 

1920

Old-Salt
Is there any overtime available? I dont want extra pay, just dont want to break the habit of a lifetime.
 

copey

Old-Salt
George_W_Bush said:
best of all they want

Competencies/Qualifications/Experience
This successful applicant will have the relevant experience and knowledge to place the development and delivery of such policies within a military context. Knowledge or experience of the Royal Signals is essential to ensure that the close links with the corps are maintained. He/she will possess skills in oral and written communication, leadership, understanding and applying information systems, be an excellent motivator and will be able to arbitrate with tact and discretion. He/she must be capable of detailed analytical research and be an articulate and confident briefer to senior officers. Previous experience in MOD or training support appointment is highly desirable.
A bit of a vague job description, but reading between the lines it would appear that anyone who has served in the signals and is capable of bullsh1tting, has more than a fair chance of obtaining this position!
 

Kopfkaser

Clanker
No thank you chef im full. It all sounds like cake and arse to me. Unfortunatly the army run out of cake in 1942 and we have been on rationed arse ever since.
 
To cap it all off, the guy who got the job is a retired Gunner! Seems nobody from the Royal Corps was interested - their loss and sombody else's gain.
 

Redshaggydog

War Hero
Which just goes to show how *ucked up the Army is now. We have a Civil Servant, ex mil but no Royal Sigs background formulating the trg for the people who will be the future of the Corps. Great
 
Actually - I am told that he is doing embarrassingly well and is not required to cover R SIGNALS tech type stuff but driver trg, adventurous training and all arms training (weapons courses etc).
 

Tom_Quinn

Swinger
Has anyone heard of a Boot Paint called KPL, KPM er something like that supposed to b the dogs nutz???
 

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