Year of Engineering – Local Apprenticeship Opportunities

Year of Engineering – Local Apprenticeship Opportunities

BT x1 and Network Rail x3 are recruiting for engineering apprentices.

BT Apprenticeship

  • Engineering careers at BT are uniquely challenging, rewarding and diverse and are focused on providing a great service for our customers.
  • As an Engineering apprentice at BT you will be joining a team of experienced engineers who will support and teach you the skills required to be successful in your apprenticeship role.
  • We have a variety of engineering apprenticeships including field and desk based roles.
  • As an engineer, you may diagnose and fix faults on customer lines, work on and maintain the IP Networks, or even support BT’s internal power network.
  • This includes maintenance of power equipment such as high powered generator engines, air conditioning units and other electrical safety systems that power the telephone exchange equipment.
  • You may be in a role that requires you to provide a safety testing and repair service to our customers to make sure our equipment meet the legal obligations under Health and Safety legislation.
  •  As a desk based engineer you would work to ensure customers broadband, Ethernet and voice orders get delivered on-time and fixed quickly if required.
  • The Engineering roles are both varied and interesting and offer a great opportunity for you to develop you skills and your career.
  • If you’re the type of person who likes problem solving and is passionate about customer service, then we want you to apply.
  • We’re ready to provide you with a world class training experience. You just need to be customer focused, and be willing to get stuck in.

Network Rail Apprenticeship

In your first 21 weeks you’ll be one of 150 apprentices living and learning at Westwood, our world-class training facility. You’ll take on academic study at the same time as working and complete a series of work-based learning assignments and reports.

Depending on the path you choose, once out in the field you could be:

  • Designing signalling schemes
  • Investigating loss of power to a substation
  • Repairing damaged track or developing new telecoms technology, all whilst making sure the trains keep running to schedule

There’s lots to take in and a lot of responsibility to take on, but by the end of the scheme, you’ll be set up for a great future and career at Network Rail.

For more information and to apply follow the hyperlinks above.

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2018-03-22T14:30:55+00:0026th March, 2018|Categories: All News|0 Comments

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