Friday, 23 October 2015

Army ,Electronic Warfare Operator Jobs in Australia

Electronic Warfare is now an essential weapon in the Australian Defence Force armoury, but the 'front line' for this one is likely to be an air-conditioned office in Canberra or Queensland.

As an Electronic Warfare Operator in the Army you will operate at the vanguard of national defence, using cutting-edge technology to collect, analyse and disseminate intelligence from electronic emissions and technical signals. You'll work in a sensitive and highly classified environment providing Army operations with mission-critical tactical support, while disru
pting hostile communications.

If you have the mental agility to absorb and prioritise large amounts of information, and can solve problems logically and laterally, you could really shine at this role. It calls for self-confidence, good communication skills, the ability to handle high-tech communications equipment, and the character to perform well under pressure. Some specialisations also require proficiency in a foreign language, which may be taught as part of your training.

This rewarding job will position you at the very heart of military operations. Better still you'll be working for a dynamic and supportive national organisation that offers a great salary, excellent benefits, job security and the kind of opportunities you simply won’t find anywhere else.

So do you reckon you have the character and drive to become an Electronic Warfare Operator in the Army? Then apply now.


Life in the Army is rich and varied. Ours is a unique environment where you’ll have amazing experiences such as joining peacekeeping and humanitarian missions. Along the way, you’ll make friends for life, have access to great sports and social facilities, and develop your skills and leadership qualities. 

Pay and Benefits

We'll pay you as you train. Then on completion of military and employment training your starting salary will be at least $65,885 p.a. (including Allowances) plus generous Super. You’ll also enjoy:

  • Ongoing investment in your personal and career development,
  • A good work/life balance,
  • Medical and dental cover, and
  • Subsidised accommodation.


Following training in Wagga Wagga NSW and Macleod VIC (with potential Language Specialist courses in Laverton VIC and Cabarlah QLD), you will probably be posted to either Cabarlah or Canberra.

Entry Requirements

This role is open to men and women aged at least 17, who have completed Year 10 with passes in English and Mathematics and are Australian Citizens (or Permanent Residents). If you do not have the required passes you may be eligible to sit an Alternative Education Equivalency assessment.

Additional age, medical and fitness guidelines may also apply.

How to Apply

Click on the APPLY button to submit your application. For more information view the full position description here:

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