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This unit group includes personnel in occupations unique to the armed forces, such as artillery soldiers, infantry soldiers, air defence technicians and naval electronics technicians who provide collective defence measures to protect Canadian waters, land, airspace and other interests. They are employed by the Canadian armed forces.
air defence technician, armoured vehicle crewmember, artillery soldier, field engineer – military, infantry soldier, naval weapons technician, sonar operator, tank driver, weapons operator.
- Operate armoured vehicles, artillery, hand-held weapons and other military combat equipment and defence systems
- Engage in peacekeeping operations and enforce cease-fire agreements
- Provide aid in emergency situations, such as civil disorder, natural disasters and major accidents
- Engage in drills and other training in preparation for peacekeeping, combat and natural disaster relief duties
- Perform administrative and guard duties.
Personnel in this unit group are assigned to specific operations related to reconnaissance, peacekeeping, disaster relief and combat.
Jobs for Occupations Unique to the Armed Forces in Gaspésie -- Îles-de-la-Madeleine Region
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Job Opportunities as an Army Communications and Information Systems Specialist in the Canadian Forces
The Canadian Forces is currently recruiting for the occupation of Signal Operator. Signal Operators are members of the Communications and Electronics Branch of the Canadian Forces. Their job is to provide Army units with fast, reliable voice and data communications, and they do it by means of top-of-the-line satellite, digitized, fixed, airtransportable and mobile information and communications equipment.
To learn more about the requirements for this occupation and the application process, visit FORCES.CA.
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