Opportunities for those currently serving in The Royal Corps of Signals
Special Forces Communicator (SFC)
The best move you will ever make
Service as an SFC is both unique and rewarding and is open to all service volunteers from any part of the Regular Armed Forces (RN, RM, Army and RAF) as well as Army Reservist candidates. The tempo of operations is high but so are the rewards, as service with Special Forces offers a clear enhancement to a soldier’s career profile.
Operations of an SF nature require men and women of courage and high morale who are self-disciplined, intelligent, reliable, determined and physically fit, and who possess mental, moral and physical stamina.
216 (Parachute) Signal Squadron
216 Signal Squadron provides CIS Support to 16th Air Assault Brigade HQ & Signal Squadron to enable the commander and his staff to command and control the Brigade effectively. Once all elements of training are complete (known as Pegasus Company or P Coy), Royal Signals soldiers are entitled to wear the maroon beret and wings.
299 Signal Squadron (SC)
299 Signal Squadron is the only special communications (SC) unit in The British Army. The Squadron supports programmed and contingent national, coalition and NATO operations by providing Information Communication Systems (ICS) and Command Support directly to The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) on overseas operations.
Open to all?
A truly unique employment opportunity, 299 Signal Squadron (SC) actively recruits motivated, high calibre Royal Signals soldiers from all trades.
3 Commando Brigade
This is a Royal Marines unit but Royal Signals soldiers provide CIS support to 3 Commando Brigade. Those Royal Signals soldiers who successfully complete the training get to wear the coveted green beret.
Thinking of transferring trades/roles?
Contact your RCMO or get in touch with us today using the form at the foot of this page to discuss possible options.
The Transfer Process
- APC R SIGNALS Wing receive your application.
- A letter is sent to you to arrange an interview and, if required, a Trade Suitability Test (TST) with the Specialist Personnel Selection Officer (SPSO).
- Suitability checks include: academic, medical deployment category, driving licence.
- If suitable you will be offered a place on a future course in the trade of your choice, and on a date that suits.
- A two year return of service will be required from the start of the course.
Rejoiner – (RJ)
All applications to join or rejoin the Royal Signals must be made through the Army Recruiting Group – either online or on 0345 600 8080
Find out more
For information or to chat through prior to re-applying through recruiting group call the PSO Capt Gronn at HQ Royal Signals on