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The Premier Armed Forces Club in London


Your Family Friendly Club in the Capital.


The Union Jack Club is acknowledged as the Premier Armed Forces Club in London next to Waterloo Station. You can drop in to meet up and relax in asafe and secure atmosphere with serving and ex service men and women. Book a restaurant table or just have acoffee or apint with like- minded people.


We automatically enrol ALL Non -Commissioned members of the Armed Forces into the club.


As amember you can use the club not only as an overnight facility but as ameeting point for friends prior and post London events.


Access your base in London with your military ID card Please call 020 7902 6000


Reasons why you should try us: •Union Jack Club Ale/Pils from £2.50 apint


•Bedrooms from £30 on Fri/Sat •Rooms from £40 during the week


www.ujclub.co.uk @unionjackclub Union Jack Club


Entrypoint salary£23,025 (rising to £25,700 after training)


The Civil Nuclear Constabulary(CNC) is an armed police force, keeping the nation safe from harm by securing the integrity of civil nuclear material. Our primary function is the protection of licensed nuclear sites not used wholly or mainly for defence purposes and the safeguarding of nuclear material in the UK and elsewhere. The facts: we have some remote locations; you will need to live in close proximity of your allocated site and our officers work 12 hour shifts.


The opportunities: 16 week foundation training course; unique firearms training and after 24 months you can apply to join one of our specialists teams such as firearms instructor,dog handler or escort team.


Youwill be required to achieve medical and fitness standards as part of the application process, and these must be maintained and demonstrated throughout your career with the CNC. For more information and to apply,please visit www.cnc.jobs CNC is an equal opportunities employer


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