We recognise the value of a person’s ability no matter their ethnicity, religious beliefs, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, disability or socio-economic background.
Inclusion is about valuing and harnessing people’s unique backgrounds, talents, perspectives and insights for the benefit of individuals and the organisation. We believe the talents and skills of individuals from different groups make for a more effective, resilient and tightly bonded RAF. Where there are specific eligibility criteria for entry (such as Medical or Nationality / Residency), these are listed on each role page.
The RAF is committed to promoting and developing equality, diversity and inclusion within the Service, you can read our policy and expectations in the links below.