Apprentice Civil Engineering Technican
Devon County Council
We’re looking for an Apprentice Civil Engineering Technician to join our well-respected scheme, working in our Highways, Infrastructure Development and Waste Management Service. Civil Engineering is about creating, improving, maintaining and protecting our environment; from ensuring a constant supply of water, to designing and constructing roads and bridges. Civil Engineers are crucial to our future, ensuring we have the infrastructure to adapt to new challenges we face.
As an apprentice you will:
Earn a real wage and gain work experience while working towards nationally recognised qualifications
Start your career ahead of your peers
Avoid the cost of university (average £53,330)
Our apprentices earn over £15,000 a year, and benefit from day-to-day support from colleagues, managers and fellow apprentices. By choosing an apprenticeship with Devon County Council, you will gain a nationally recognised qualification.
Could you be an apprentice?
Step In – The Step In Programme aims to provide a route into employment for those who are just starting out in their careers or trying to get back into work. It gives employees a solid grounding in the world of work and the chance to learn fundamental business-related skills which will put them in good stead for the future. We currently offer apprenticeships in Business and Administration, Civil Engineering, Town Planning, Transport Planning, Finance and ICT.
How to apply – Apprenticeship opportunities are advertised on the Devon Jobs website, Jobcentre Plus, Careers South West and through the National Apprenticeship Service. Register your interest by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
We offer Apprenticeships in:
Business and Administration
All the above require 5 A-C GCSE grades (or equivalent) including English and Maths apart from Business and Administration, which requires only an A-C grade (or equivalent) in English and Maths.
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