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Army Training Unit (North) Combat Medical Technician (CMT) - Strensall

Vacancy summary

OR-4 - LH/LR - Cpl, OR-6 - PO - Sgt
Corporal, Sergeant

03/04/2024, 23:55 

June 2024
36 Months
North Yorkshire
United Kingdom
Part Time Volunteer Reserve (PTVR)

Vacancy detail


  1. Provide medical support to all SP delivering and undergoing BT, specifically during exercise, PT and range serials.
  2. Deliver ‘Individual Health’ lessons as per CMS 21 lesson plans to recruits during their BT.
  3. Provide emergency care to recruits and Military SP during the working hours.
  4. Provide medical cover for the Pass of Parade as directed by the training program.
  5. Maintain clinical development portfolio (CPD) and mandatory training as required by DPHC HQ and CMT Code of Conduct.
  6. Other tasks as detailed by the CoC including other administrative tasks and other training facilitation.


Suitable & Recommended on last SJAR for Phase 1 training.

MATT 3 Instructor
Familiarisation Visit followed by Appointment Board

ATU (North) trains the Army's next generation of Army Reserve soldiers.  We deliver demanding, realistic but safe basic training that develops the character of our soldiers so that they can embark on their military career with confidence and a will to win.  We teach the values and standards of the British Army using inspirational role models and ensure that our soldiers can do the basics brilliantly.

Our mission is:

To deliver trained and motivated Reserve soldiers to the Field Army and establish a centre of excellence in the North of England.

Further Information:

We are a satellite training location who offer reservist the ability to train locally in a modular fashion. The unit is small with approximately 70 personnel. With our HQ in Strensall and 2 training companies based in Strensall and Liverpool. We welcome and train reserve recruits from all over the UK.

This role will also give you the opportunity to undertake training courses that may not be available to you through your own unit, such as skill at arms, range qualifications, CBRN, First aid and Map Reading.

This is a reservist role that can offer up upwards of 48 days per year, working pattern can involve weekdays and weekends during modular and consolidated courses.

Further information and Job Spec available on request, please contact Capt McKenna - 0151 929 3254

PPP & CV to be sent to:  Capt McKenna (

For more information about how to apply for this opportunity, please visit the Army Reserve webpage.

This opportunity is closed to applications.