We’re transforming the way that defence and emergency services protect the UK and its citizens. In partnership with the British Army, Royal Navy and Defence Fire & Rescue, our teams are creating a more agile, efficient and empowered Ministry of Defence for the future.

We’re supporting the British Army with recruitment, bringing e-learning and support services to the UK Defence Centre for Languages and Culture, and delivering a modernised shore-based training programme for the Royal Navy and Royal Marines.

Our teams also run the Fire Service College – one of the world’s leading organisations for fire prevention, protection and response. The college provides training for the UK Fire and Rescue Services, as well as for other emergency service and resilience specialists in the UK and overseas.

What do we do?

Watch the video to see just a few of the key ways we’re supporting defence and emergency services.

Where could you join us?

Find out how, and where, we’re helping to strengthen defence and emergency services:

    We’re one of the UK’s largest and most diverse recruiting operations. In partnership with the British Army, we share a clear purpose of recruiting tomorrow’s Army today. Together, we’re attracting, sourcing and selecting both regular and reserve officers through our effective and inclusive recruitment process. Join us in one of our varied roles and you’ll become part of a close-knit team of both Capita and Military colleagues, where you will not only help candidates find where they belong, you’ll help make the Army the best it can be to keep our country protected.

    Selborne is a Capita-led project, with world class, hi-tech partners involved including Fujitsu, Raytheon UK, Elbit Systems UK and the University of Lincoln. Together, we’re delivering a new, modernised training programme for the Royal Navy and Royal Marines. We’re using technology to offer immersive experiences of real-life situations and develop better expectations of life on the front line. We’re building modern apprenticeships, creating a better culture around training and our most current project involves delivering a modernised centre of learning for submariners, with the Royal Navy Submarine Training Centre. As part of this team, you’ll be helping to build the future workforce of the Royal Navy.

    We have one of the largest operational fire and rescue training facilities in the world. We’re here to equip today’s firefighters and emergency responders with the best possible skills, and to train them in the latest techniques and procedures, so that they can save lives and protect people around the globe. Join us and you’ll share in our goal of delivering high quality training to everyone who walks through our doors.

    We’re the primary firefighting and rescue service for British defence estates and properties across the UK. Together with the Royal Air Force Rescue and Firefighting Service, we form the Ministry of Defence Fire Services. Our work includes hiring the next generation of Firefighters, creating targeted fire safety campaigns, and improving people's awareness and understanding of fire so they know what to do in the event of a fire happening. With us, you’ll have the chance to potentially save lives or assist people in dangerous situations.

    We’re delivering secure networks and infrastructure to the government and the UK’s largest and most security sensitive organisations. We work with both public and private sector organisations and are delivering some really rewarding projects including installing more than 1,645 Wi-Fi access points at a Premiership football stadium and delivering thousands of miles of structured cabling at airports, on submarines, and in skyscrapers across the world. With us, you’ll be helping to keep society safer and more secure.

    Typical roles

    We offer a huge variety of opportunities for people with all types of skill and experience. Here are some examples of typical roles:

    Firecraft Trainer

    Our firecraft trainers teach and support a range of courses for the Fire Service College. They’re helping firefighters and emergency service specialists to work towards their fire and rescue qualifications, including training for breathing apparatus, fire behaviour, road traffic collisions and tactical ventilation. They also provide bespoke training to the private sector.

    Regional Training Manager (Royal Navy)

    As part of Project Selborne, our Royal Navy trainers are helping to get better-trained sailors to the front line, faster. We recruit for a variety of training instructor roles to teach recruits at various levels in the Royal Navy. We’re also focused on developing and upskilling current Royal Navy instructors. Our training covers a range of areas including first aid, firefighting, weapons engineering, weapons control systems, electrical engineering and functional skills.

    Fire operative

    We have fire operatives at both trainee and experienced levels working with our Defence Fire and Rescue project, helping to deliver campaigns which increase public awareness of fire safety and what to do in a fire. The role also involves being part of a professional emergency service which responds to incidents and helps keep our Armed Forces safe.

    Recruiter

    As a recruiter within our Recruiting Partnering Project, you’ll be supporting candidates through their entire recruitment journey as they join the British Army. That includes ensuring diverse and inclusive attraction and recruitment activities and helping candidates at every stage with advice and feedback.

    Cable engineer

    Our data cabling engineers are responsible for the installation, test and commission of data and containment systems throughout for Electranet. This includes installing structured cabling (for example UTP, FTP, Co-AX and fibre), earthing and bonding cables, and fitting out enclosures with structured cable termination equipment (such as hubs, switches and routers).

    Medical personnel

    Our Recruiting Partnering Project includes a range of medical roles, including medical officers, nurses and clinical technicians. They’re responsible for ensuring candidates are medically fit to meet the challenges of Army life, and carry out medical screenings, assisting with clinical duties or making sure assessments run smoothly.

     

     

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