Armed Forces Careers
Your local Armed Forces Careers Office has moved to Clipper House, Quay Parade, Swansea City Centre.
If you’re not sure if you’re right for the Army or if the Army is right for you, just drop by. There’s no need to make an appointment, it’s not an interview and there’s no obligation to apply. We’re here to answer your questions and help you figure things out.Visit the army careers website
Alternatively call: 01792 482471
On Wednesday 8 November, Welsh rugby captain Alun Wyn Jones officially opened the new Armed Forces Careers Office (AFCO) by unveiling the tri-service plaque.
The new careers office will create a permanent high street presence for the Army, where local people can speak to careers advisers about what they can expect from life in the Army and the opportunities available.
At the event, potential recruits and visitors to the careers office had the opportunity to meet Alun Wyn Jones, and to try the Army’s adventure training parachute jump from the safety of virtual reality headsets, and they even met Llewellyn, the 1st Battalion Royal Welsh goat, in full ceremonial dress!!
A role in the Army enables people to support humanitarian crises (e.g. Hurricane Irma), take part in adventure training and travel the world, and accomplish worthwhile things that would be unachievable on their own.
The Army’s recruiting campaign ‘This is Belonging’ calls on people to take their ambitions to do more for good causes to the next level and sign up for adventure and travel opportunities to achieve worthwhile things that are unthinkable on your own.
The British Army has supported humanitarian missions in many countries, such as the current support being provided to those affected by Hurricane Irma, and regularly supports the UK by providing emergency response assistance, for example by helping victims of flooding.