Serve full-time as an Electronics Specialist Electronics Jobs

Work with advanced electronic components on ships, submarines and aircraft.

There are now openings for Electronics Specialists in America’s Navy – with no experience necessary to apply.

Industry: Military, Technology, Applied Science

Type of Service: Full-time (Active Duty)

Type of Position: Enlisted (high school diploma or equivalent required)

About this Job: Navy Electronics Specialists can be experts in electrical, engineering, computer and aerospace fields. They help operate and manage the advanced electronics systems and subsystems present on some of the world’s most sophisticated ships, submarines and aircraft – as well as ashore. They’re responsible for working with anything from weapons to communications to surveillance.

Key Opportunities: Paid on-the-job training is among the best in the world, and much of the training translates to credit hours toward a bachelor's or associate's degree. Skills learned in the Navy Electronics field transfer directly to the civilian job market, leading to outstanding employment opportunities.

Qualifications and Requirements: Candidates must satisfy specific criteria to be eligible for employment consideration.

  • U.S. citizenship: Required
  • Education: High school diploma or GED or equivalent, plus successful completion of one year of algebra
  • Gender: Male or female*
  • Age: 17 to 34
  • Medical exam: Required
  • Physical fitness test: Required
  • Service commitment: Minimum of two years of Active Duty

Learn more about an Electronics career in America’s Navy – including details on specific responsibilities and training.

*Currently only males serve in Enlisted roles on submarines.