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The RLC has exciting career opportunities for Regulars and Reservists, thanks to its numerous trades and qualifications.

The RLC is the largest Corps in the British Army and wherever in the world you find the Army, you’ll find us.

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Why choose the RLC?

DIVERSITY
No other single organisation inside or outside the Army provides such a diverse set of services.

OPPORTUNITY
Travel, Promotion, Adventure and Challenge – we’ve got it all!

PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS
We are world leaders in logistical training, with first class facilities.

VARIETY
The RLC has personnel serving in virtually every major unity in the British Army.

thinking about a career in the rlc as an officer?

THERE IS A DIVERSE RANGE OF CAREER OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE FOR OFFICERS IN THE RLC. AS PROFESSIONAL LOGISTICIANS, AS WELL AS LEADERS, OFFICERS CAN APPLY TO BECOME SPECIALISTS IN ONE OF FOUR DISCIPLINES.

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All soldiers within the RLC are infantry trained, on top of these skills they are professionally qualified in one of 16 different trades

Call 0345 600 80 80, search ‘armyjobs’ or visit

www.army.mod.uk/rlc

jamie-harrop

“So far, I have deployed to or visited: Kenya, Canada, Gibraltar, Germany, the Republic of Korea, the USA, Peru and Malta. I have worked with the US Army, the Royal Welsh and the Parachute Regiment; where I am currently a Company 21C on operations.”

Capt Jamie Harrop, 13 Air Assault Support Regiment RLC

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The Royal Logistic Corps’ official Linkedin group’s primary purpose is to promote the Corps’ vision and ethos, to encourage innovative thinking and debate and to…

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This week the RLC Men’s Athletics team were crowned Inter Corps Champions for the first time since 2016 and the Women’s team were runners up, a fantastic result.There were phenomenal performances from our talented sprinters Cpl Cartledge (3 ATR) Pte Bakani (3RLC) and the men's 4 x 100 relay team setting a blistering time of 44.3 seconds.Lt Walker (4RLC) won the mens 5000m race and the 3000m steeple chase with Cpl Adair (167RLC) winning the womens 1500m race.A big thank you to Maj Whitwam (101X) for his years of service to RLC athletics, he ran his final race for the RLC.Finally a huge congratulations to the team manager and athlete SSgt Hood (4RLC) for getting 2 phenomenal teams to the start line.#WeAreTheRLC ... See MoreSee Less
FOLLOW THE RLC ON LINKEDINThe primary purpose of The Royal Logistic Corps’ official Linkedin group is to promote the Corps’ vision and ethos, to encourage innovative thinking and debate among professional logisticians and to improve and develop links with our allies, partners and industry. It also exists to help those who have left The RLC (or members of its Forming Corps) to network and to support, guide and give assistance to those who are in their last five years of service. We wish to offer a professional network of people with similar experience who will be able to offer advice and assistance to other members including those moving from ​military life to a new life as a civilian. To this end the group accepts posts from industry, advertising employment opportunities.https://www.linkedin.com/groups/1871904/Join and contribute to the conversation.#ukarmylogistics #WeAreTheRLC ... See MoreSee Less
WO2 Sheridan Lucas MBE (pictured) the first female Company Sergeant Major at ITC Catterick, joins Col Daniel Rea OBE (late RLC) Lt Col Dylan Read OBE, Maj Cyril Stevenson VR, Capt Daniel Winfield MBE, Capt Vivekjung Shah MBE QOGLR and WO2 Andrew Eke VR as recipients of awards (shown post nom) in The Queen's 2021 Birthday Honours List. The RLC congratulates you on your superb achievements. ... See MoreSee Less