Army Reserve (AR) service is a paid, part time, volunteer way of joining the Army without being in it full time.
The Army Reserve is the British Army's reserve force - and used to be known as the Territorial Army or TA. When you join the Army Reserve, you'll get involved in everything that the Regular Army does - from combat to peacekeeping and humanitarian work. You'll be given the opportunity to learn trade skills, and can take advantage of the opportunities that Regular soldiers have too - like adventurous training. You'll be paid for the time you serve. The difference is that Reservists are not full-time soldiers. Many Reservists have a day job.
The role or job that an individual will perform will depend very much on what is available at the nearest Army Reserve Centre (ARC) or in some cases will depend on the skill set of the candidate or a desire to join a particular organisation like the SAS.
You can join either as a soldier or as an officer or decide to become an officer later after you have been in for a while and gathered some experience and knowledge.
32 MI Coy are part of 3MI Battalion and are part of the Intelligence Corps Reserve. They have their HQ in Cambridge and are keen to hear from people who are interested in analytical work.
You'll also enjoy opportunities for sports and adventure training of all sorts as well as the possibility to acquire a driving licence or HGV licence or other skills dependent on unit role.
To apply submit your CV and cover letter here and a member of the team will get in touch with you to talk through the application process with the National Recruiting Centre.