Officers & Management


SUMMARY

Entry and education

General Service Officers can enter the Army straight out of Year 12, training for 18 months at the Royal Military College Duntroon (RMC), before undertaking specialised training in their allocated Corps. Or, they can undertake a degree at Australian Defence Force Academy (ADFA) first, shortening RMC training by six months.

Specialist Service Officers work in areas they are already qualified for, so they only train for up to 45 days at RMC. For some roles the required degree can be undertaken at ADFA. Alternatively, in areas such as healthcare, science and engineering, they can apply for Defence University Sponsorship, which pays the remaining course fees at any Australian university offering the required degree(s) for the chosen role.


Unrivalled benefits

The Army offers much more than just interesting and varied work. You'll also love our unique culture of teamwork, adventure and fitness.

You will be given the opportunity to see more of Australia and the world, have access to great sporting and social facilities, and make friends for life. Ours is a dynamic place to work and play, where you can reach your potential in many ways.

Competitive salary packages

Free medical and dental

A good work / life balance

Career development and progression

Access to advanced technology

World-class training



Start officer training with a $10,000 scholarship

RMC Scholarships are awarded to women and men who demonstrate they have the potential to develop into an outstanding Army Officer. Twelve Scholarships of $10,000 are awarded each year to successful applicants for the role of General Service Officer (GSO).

The three RMC Scholarship categories available are:

  • Leadership and Management Scholarship
  • Women in Management Scholarship
  • Indigenous Management Scholarship

Applying for an RMC scholarship simply requires you to tell us why you are a future leader, based on a number of criteria. To receive information about the written submission required, contact your Case Manager (if you have already applied to be a GSO).


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