Become part of a team that makes a valuable difference
All of our medical roles are pivotal to one of the UK’s largest and most diverse recruiting operations, where civilian and military teams partner to deliver an exceptional candidate experience. As part of a close-knit team that supports and brings out the best in each other, you’ll make sure every candidate has a warm and positive experience – every time. Even better, you’ll enjoy a great work-life balance whilst helping to make our country safer.
You'll need to meet the following registration requirements to apply to one of the roles in our medical team:
- Medical officers – require full registration with UK General Medical Council and unrestricted licence to practice in the UK.
- All other medical roles (except clinical technician roles) – require unrestricted registration with the UK Nursing & Midwifery Council or the UK Health and Care Professions Council.
Once successful, training time is given to all employees in medical roles to work towards their CPD – Continuous Personal Development – to keep their relevant medical registrations in place.
Join us and you’ll be part of a team making important, life-changing medical decisions for Army candidates. The sharing of skills and sense of camaraderie you’ll experience is like no other.
Click the button below to browse our current job opportunities. You’ll be directed to a page where all medical, operational and support function roles within RPP are listed, so you can find your best fit.
Explore our medical roles below to discover where you can make a difference
Provide candidates with a great start to Army life
As a qualified and UK NMC registered nurse, you’ll oversee the day-to-day running of the clinical aspects of our assessment centres. Undertaking clinical duties as part of Army candidates’ medical screening process, you’ll lead clinical technicians by example and provide candidates with a great start to Army life, and beyond.
Hear from our people
Two colleagues talk about their roles and what it’s like to work at Capita as part of our Recruitment Partnership Project.
Using my experience to help the next generation
When Donald left the Royal Air force, he chose a new role to share his experience and bridge the gap between civilian and military life.
Interested in any of the roles but not in a position to apply?
If so, register your interest in one of our roles and a member of our team will be in touch should a suitable opportunity become available.