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Swansea Careers Centre

If you’ve got questions about Army life or want to chat to someone about whether joining the Army is right for you, you can talk to one of our recruiters. You don't need an appointment but it’s best to phone ahead and arrange a time to talk to someone, as our centres can get busy and you may have a long wait if you choose to drop in.

WHERE YOU'LL FIND US

Swansea Army Careers Centre

Clipper House
Quay West Parade
Swansea
Wales
SA1 1SR
Tel: 01792 466 414

Our opening hours

  • Monday: 08:30 - 16:30
  • Tuesday: 08:30 - 16:30
  • Wednesday: 08:30 - 16:30
  • Thursday: 08:30 - 16:30
  • Friday: 08:30 - 16:30
  • Saturday: Closed
  • Sunday: Closed

WHAT YOU'LL FIND WHEN YOU GET HERE

You’ll find us all in uniform with name badges, so we’re easy to spot. But we don’t mind whether you come in wearing your work clothes or jeans – we’re more interested in you, the things you’re good at and why you’re considering the Army.

You’ll probably want to ask us about everything from training and career opportunities to travel prospects and how much you’ll get paid. We’ve got the answers to all these questions – and the ones you haven’t even thought of yet.

We’ll tell you about the whole variety of Army jobs available. There’s a huge range to choose from including chefs, tank crewmen, nurses, vehicle mechanics and electricians. We’ll help you find the role that suits you best, and to make the biggest decision of all – whether life in the Army is right for you.

WHAT WILL HAPPEN NEXT?

Chances are you’ll leave the office with lots to think about. Feel free to come back any time to talk some more. Or if you decide you’re ready to take things further, we can help you make the next step towards joining the Army.

We’ll need to weigh and measure you to check your Body Mass Index (BMI) and give you an Army contact form, DVD and application pack to take away.

potential recruit

JOINING THE ARMY

girl talking to recruitment officers

Find out what you can expect if you are joining the Army as a soldier or an officer.

THE INTERVIEWS

Interviewee and soldier

Find out about some of the questions you’ll be asked at selection, and what the interviews involve.

PRACTISE ONLINE

recruitment tests

Try some sample exercises for the maths, English and BARB tests online to see how you get on.

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