Royal Navy Recruitment Portal 2023/2024 Job Vacancies –

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This is to inform the general public that the Royal Navy Recruitment Portal is currently available and have commenced to apply for the Job Vacancies in United kingdom. All applicant should be aware of the necessary requirements as well as the right qualifications before carrying out the Royal Navy Recruitment Portal Processes.

Apparently, any individual who which to apply for the Royal Navy Recruitment Portal for 2021 should do well to read up this article in order not to make any form of mistake during. Keep scrolling to know what it takes to apply for Royal Navy Recruitment Portal 2022 you fill in the correct details in order not to fall under error form.

How to Apply for Royal Navy Recruitment Portal

Royal Navy Recruitment General Eligibility


You need to be aged 16 or over to join the Royal Navy. If you’re under the age of 18, you will need the consent of a parent or guardian. You can find out the age requirements for each job by using our Role Finder.

You can join the Royal Navy if you’re aged 16 to 39, dependent on the role you choose. The shortest Royal Navy career is four years, but you can choose to serve up to 22 years and beyond, depending on the needs of the Service.

If you’re too young to apply, you can join the Sea Cadets. This is a great way to develop your leadership and teamwork skills, while gaining a valuable insight into life in the Royal Navy. You can find out more in Website.

Please note, if you are seeking re-entry to the Naval Service, you may receive a waiver if you are outside these age requirements. To find out more, call 0345 607 5555.


Each Royal Navy role has its own joining process, which includes a series of assessments, which include physical tests, multiple choice exams and a medical.

You need to be medically fit to deal with everything that life in the Royal Navy throws at you. Detailed medical advice can be found in website but common conditions that may delay or bar your entry to the Naval Service include:

Asthma within the last four years (not including a single chest infection)

A break or joint strain that caused you to seek medical help

Any medical condition that requires regular prescription medication or review by your GP

If your BMI exceeds 28 or is under 18. There may be some exceptions to the upper BMI rate if your waist measures less than 94cm (This NHS calculator will help you determine your BMI)

Minimum height of 151.5cm (157cm for Submariners)

If you are concerned about your medical eligibility, please for more detailed medical visit Official Website for advice. If your condition is not fully explained, speak to your Careers Adviser who can contact the Naval Service Medical Team. You don’t have to discuss the problem directly with the Careers Adviser, they can pass your contact details to the Medical Team to ensure complete privacy.

Nationality and residency

Some roles have stricter nationality and residency requirements than others for security reasons, but in general you can join the Royal Navy if you are:

A national of the United Kingdom or Ireland

A Commonwealth citizen who is applying from inside their own country must be 18.  If a resident of the UK you can apply at 16.  You must hold a current in date passport and it is the responsibility of individual applicants to ensure that they have permission to be in the UK and this permission is valid for the entirety of the recruitment process up to the point of entry (this does not apply to citizens of the Republic of Ireland, Malta and the Republic of Cyprus)

A dual Commonwealth or British national who is not required to complete national service (written evidence is required)

A British national living abroad

Criminal convictions

If you have a criminal record, you may still be able to join the Royal Navy, depending on the offence and type of sentence. However, if you’ve committed certain offences or served specific types of sentence, you might be permanently barred from entering or re-entering the Royal Navy.

You will be required to:

Complete a full Security Check

Declare all previous convictions, both spent and unspent

Undertake a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check if you’re applying to the medical branch, gaining a suitability certificate where appropriate

You can get more information on our site by reading the PDF. Alternatively you can get further details from your local Armed Forces Careers Office (AFCO) or by calling 0345 607 5555.

Tattoos and piercings

We have recently revised our tattoo policy (as of July 2018). Most tattoos and piercings won’t prevent you from joining the Royal Navy, providing:

Tattoos are not visible on a front-view passport (e.g. not on your face, throat area or in front of your ears)

Tattoos are not offensive or obscene (see our policy for full details)

Any piercings can be removed. Flesh tunnels are a barrier to entry

Tattoos on your hands are now acceptable if they follow the guidelines outlined above. If you have any questions about your tattoos or the change in policy, please contact a careers adviser.
You will need to fill in a form describing your tattoos and must also show them during the selection process. You will also be required to remove certain body jewelry before taking part in any physical activity.

How to Apply for Royal Navy Recruitment Portal statistics

  • First visit Application portal @
  • Enter your name, surname and all other info
  • Process to submit.

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