Make a difference with the Canadian Armed Forces Primary Reserve
As an ARTILLERY SOLDIER with the Canadian Forces Primary Reserve you will operate the 105mm howitzer as part of the Gun Detachment.
An Artillery Soldier aids in providing indirect fire support as part of the all- arms call for fire.
An Artillery Soldier is responsible for carrying out the duties of a Gun detachment member. This can include working on the Gun itself or using small arms as part of the defense of the gun. Later on in your career you will be able to be part of the Command Post technicians and the Recce Teams. You will be highly trained in Fire Discipline. You will work in roles that include but are not limited to:
* Gun Detachment Member
* Command Post Technician
* Recce Technician
* Observation Detachment Member
* Driver and Signaler
Pay and Benefits
The pay scale is available on the FORCES.CA website.
Reserve Force Training solider
Reserve Force members are trained to the same level as their Regular Force counterparts. They usually begin training with their home unit to ensure that they meet the required basic professional military standards. Following basic military training, their unit will arrange for additional trade specific training.
Reserve Force members usually serve part-time with their home unit for scheduled evenings and weekends in the fall and spring. They may also serve in full-time positions at some units for fixed terms. We receive a reasonable benefits package and may qualify to contribute to a pension plan.
A successful candidate must:
* be a Canadian Citizen
* be 16 years of age or older (with parental or guardian consent if under 18)
* meet Canadian Armed Forces medical standards
* successfully complete selection process, interview and examinations
* pass physical fitness tests
* the minimum required education to apply for this position Grade 10.
|Last hour||Last 24 hours||All|