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Company Name42nd Field Artillery Regiment
Job PositionArtillery Officer
Job Location
  • Other
Please specify the locationPembroke
Job Type
  • Part Time
Anticipated Start Date08/22/2022
Posting End Date03/31/2023
Compensation AmountAs per Canadian Armed Forces pay scale $162.32 per day
Job Requirements
  • Able to Travel
  • Valid Drivers License
  • Transportation
  • Will Train
  • Good Communications Skills
  • Attention to Detail
  • Strong Problem Solving Skills
  • Physically Fit Able to Lift 50+lbs
Job Description

Artillery Officer 42nd Field Artillery Regiment

177 Victoria St, Pembroke, ON K8A 8E1

Recruiting Office Hours of Operation
Mon:9am – 3pm
Tuesday: 9am – 3pm
Wed: 9am – 3pm
Thurs:1pm - 4pm and 7pm to 9pm (Sep – Apr)
Friday: 9am – 3pm

If interested in a career with the 42 Field Artillery Regiment please contact our unit recruiter at:
Email:[email protected]
Phone: 613 687 5511 extension 2423250

Artillery Officer Overview

Artillery Officers provide indirect fire support, air defence, and surveillance and target acquisition in battle. Along with members of the Armour, Infantry and Combat Engineering regiments, they are members of the Combat Arms.

In addition to field guns and rockets, missile systems and target acquisition systems, they are expected to become experts with a wide variety of technologically complex equipment including:

• laser range finders
• fire control computers
• communication systems
• global positioning systems
• surveillance equipment
• Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

There are three specialized areas for Artillery Officers: Field Artillery Officer, Air Defence Officer, and Target Acquisition Officer.

Working Environment
An Artillery Officer can be called upon to serve in any kind of terrain – Arctic tundra, tropical jungle, desert, mountains, urban complex – and in any kind of climate. Artillery Officers are deployed overseas on operational missions and in Canada in support of civil authorities in cases of national emergency.

Required Education
A requirement for an Officer in the Canadian Armed Forces is to obtain a university degree.
If you already have a university degree, the CAF will decide if your academic program matches the criteria for this job and may place you directly into the required on-the-job training program following basic training. Please contact our unit Recruiter for more information on education for Artillery Officers.

Serve with the Reserve Force
This position is available for part-time employment with the Primary Reserve at certain locations across Canada. Reserve Force members usually serve part time with a military unit in their community, and may serve while going to school or working at a civilian job. They are paid during their training. They are not posted or required to do a military move. However, they can volunteer to move to another base. They may also volunteer for deployment on a military mission within or outside Canada.

Part Time Employment
Artillery Officers serve with the Canadian Army. Along with members of the Armour, Infantry and Combat Engineering regiments, they are members of the Combat Arms team and they provide indirect fire support, air defence, and surveillance and target acquisition in battle. When employed on a part-time or casual full-time basis Artillery Officers usually serve with Artillery units at CAF locations within Canada.

Reserve Force Training
Reserve Force members are trained to the same level as their Regular Force counterparts. They usually begin training with their home unit to ensure that they meet the required basic professional military standards. If additional training is required in order to specialize skills, arrangements will be made by the home unit.

Reserve Working Environment
Reserve Force members usually serve part-time with their home unit for scheduled evenings and weekends, although they may also serve in full-time positions at some units for fixed terms, depending on the type of work that they do. They are paid 92.8 percent of Regular Force rates of pay, receive a reasonable benefits package and may qualify to contribute to a pension plan.

How Applicants Should ApplyE-mail
Apply to:[email protected]