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Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner Manchester, UK
07 Nov, 2018
Advanced Apprenticeship
Deadline: 31st March 2019 Location: Manchester Salary: £16,500 A number of exciting opportunities have arisen at Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner, enabling you to gain an industry wide recognised qualification, valuable work experience and a salary at the same time. The purpose of this role is to support Paralegals and Lawyers with transactional work on a wide range of legal matters, which will include commercial property, corporate, commercial and litigation. What’s in it for you This role provides a great opportunity to start your career in law whilst in parallel obtaining a recognised qualification. You will be exposed to top-quality legal matters, developing both your legal knowledge and commercial awareness. Our rotation-based programme provides you with the opportunity to work across a number of our departments and with colleagues across the firm. Future career prospects include progression to a Paralegal or other suitable roles. You’ll be here to shape your career, as well as gain on-the-job experience. As a Legal Apprentice with BPP Apprenticeships, you will complete the Paralegal apprenticeship at Level 3. Additional learning within the apprenticeship will enable you to be awarded a Level 4 Certificate of Higher Education in Legal Services which can afford you exemptions from the first year of the Level 7 Solicitor Apprenticeship (providing Contract Law was chosen as the elective module). Your apprenticeship shall be delivered by a blend of online and face-to-face training from BPP University Law School and on-the-job learning. Key responsibilities Support Paralegals and Lawyers with legal tasks, matters and transactions Open files, review documents and produce reports for clients Prepare and process legal correspondence and documents Complete post-completion documentation, draft contracts and create Schedules of Leases Prepare Engrossments and other property-related documents Complete document reviews for different practice areas Ensure that all matter correspondence is correctly filed using case management and other filing systems Contribute proactively to the development of processes, continuous improvement activities and the growth of the Manchester office Work on ad-hoc projects as per business requirements Key relationships Supervisory Lawyers Real Estate Lawyers Paralegals / Senior Paralegals Apprenticeship Manager HR Apprenticeship Training Provider Skills and competencies Excellent verbal and written communication skills Strong IT skills including Microsoft Word and Excel Good organisational skills, attention to detail and prioritisation skills Enthusiastic, committed and proactive Understands the importance of confidentiality and diversity Strong ’can-do’ attitude  
RPC London, UK
05 Nov, 2018
Advanced Apprenticeship
An apprentice within the Finance Systems team would initially assist with categorising the open issues we have in our inbox. This would mainly enable us to determine where there are potential issues, either with Aderant that need to be flagged with them or where we need to provide further training to users on how to use the system correctly. You would also carry out routine tasks related to checking the integrity of our data on a weekly and monthly basis, and also to perform regular administrative duties i.e. the updating of rates or ranks. As you develop your knowledge you would expand out into trouble shooting first tier support queries for the business and getting involved with development and enhancement projects across Finance systems and processes. Finance Reporting An apprentice would complete standard month end financial reporting tasks including running reports and uploading / sharing them to the relevant areas / people . You would also assist with the delivery of other standard reports such as client Management Information (to clients) and internal reporting. You would get involved in the production of firm wide management accounts and team performance reporting. As you develop an understanding of the self-serve areas available to the business you will assist with adhoc queries guiding users to the different areas where information is readily available and on how to use those reports. Over time this would include involvement in ongoing work to improve and streamline the self-service reporting available to the team leaders and individual associates throughout the firm.  You would also be able to assist with other adhoc report queries such as why does this person appear / not appear etc. and also setting up, amending or removing report subscriptions. Duties to include: Finance Systems • Management  of routine requirements such as supporting month end close, maintenance of rates, ensuring integrity of data within the database • Responsible for providing support and training to users of Finance Systems, both within Finance and the business as a whole  • Documentation and script writing of test scenarios for User Acceptance testing of patches, releases and updates to Aderant Expert • Working effectively as a Business Partner to improve Finance processes • Responsibility for dealing with escalated 2nd line support calls from the IT Service Desk  Software Products that will be used: • Aderant Expert – Firm's Practice Management system • Chrome River (Hosted expenses system) • Minisoft ARCS – Credit Control software • Excel Finance Reporting • Management of standard reporting – producing reports and sharing them with the relevant areas of the business • Assisting the business in obtaining the relevant financial information from self-serve areas and dealing with queries • Involvement in production of external client specific management information • Monitoring of an internal mailbox to produce adhoc reports and respond to business requests • Managing subscription reports and setting up new subscriptions/ making changes as necessary  Software Products that will be used: • SSRS • Excel • QlikView (name to be confirmed) • SQL
Rolls Royce Birmingham, Bristol
02 Nov, 2018
Advanced Apprenticeship
At Rolls-Royce, our reputation for technical excellence is a defining part of our heritage and is something we’re immensely proud of. Join us as a Technical Apprentice, and you’ll feel that sense of pride too. That’s because we’ll give you the on-the-job training and hands-on experience you need to become a technical expert. More than that, we’ll support you to gain nationally-recognised qualifications, and ensure you get a competitive salary into the bargain. The programme As a Technical Apprentice, you’ll gain a broad foundation in the technical skills you need to progress in your role. Once you’re ready, you’ll move on to business placements where you’ll work with and be guided by some of the world’s top engineers. On numerous attachments in your second year, you’ll broaden and deepen your knowledge before being aligned to a specific role in the Rolls-Royce business you’ve joined. Along the way, you’ll study for a Level 3 NVQ or SVQ as well as a Level 3 National Certificate/BTEC Diploma in Engineering. In some cases, you’ll have the chance progress on to a Higher National Certificate, Higher National Diploma, or a foundation degree too – it all depends on the potential you show and what the business needs. What you’ll do Once they start to specialise, our Technical Apprentices pursue very diverse paths. So, after you develop that initial skillset, you could find yourself on placements that will see you getting to grips with modelling software, planning processes to produce our products, or using geometry to turn innovative engineering ideas into pinpoint-accurate technical drawings. You’ll be assigned a specific role to develop into which could include Mechanical, Electrical or Engine Planner. You’ll be offered the chance to express a preference at the application stage, but we can’t guarantee you’ll be offered your preference as this will depend on the location you’re recruited to and our business requirements at the time. What you’ll need As well as being passionate about engineering, you’ll be articulate, numerate and a great team player. You’re someone who can learn fast and you’ll have the discipline to balance studying for a qualification with the demands of your job. You’ll need at least three GCSEs (or equivalent) in Maths and English Language, plus either Engineering, Design & Technology or Science (excluding Biology) at grade 4/C or above (obtained or predicted). What you’ll get A competitive salary starting from £11,932 a year A competitive pension, and 33 days’ holiday per year (inclusive of bank holidays) Career support from day one Nationally-recognised qualifications Who we are Whether we’re building the world’s most efficient large aero-engine or supporting NASA missions on the edge of space, Rolls-Royce is all about innovation. We invest £1 billion every year into research and development, and file more patents annually than any other company in the UK. Working at Rolls-Royce means being part of a global team of 50,000 bold, curious pioneers, creating cleaner, faster, more competitive power. It means looking to the future, and shaping the world we live in. We recruit, select and develop our people on merit, regardless of age, disability, gender identity or expression, race/colour/nationality/ethnic or national origins, marriage or civil partnership, pregnancy or maternity, religion or belief, sex, sexual orientation or any other characteristic protected by applicable legislation.
Rolls Royce Derby, UK
02 Nov, 2018
Degree Apprenticeship
As pioneers of the world’s most advanced power generation systems, our business relies on IT and data innovators. Using leading technologies, we enable our business to design, manufacture and service cutting-edge products in Civil Aerospace, Defence and Power Systems. This is your opportunity to join a dynamic and critical part of our business. Our degree apprenticeship programme is all about pioneering new approaches, empowering us to think differently, and taking our IT and data innovation to a whole new level. You could find yourself finding ways to make aeroplanes fly for longer using less fuel. Or developing a data lake for Defence customers. It might be that you’re helping our power generation customers to understand the health of their MTU engines. Or delivering analytic solutions that have a direct financial impact on the nuclear industry. You could even develop applications that will drive cross-team collaboration. These are just some of the ways in which you could drive our future success. The programme Our IT and Digital teams work closely together and, over the three to four years you spend on this degree apprenticeship programme, you’ll have opportunities to work across both. We’ll help to bolster your academic studies by giving you real-life placements across our IT function and in Data Innovation. That will see you spending time in different business areas, as well as in our centres of innovation and excellence. It’s experience that will equip you with the skills and knowledge you need to become an IT or data expert, ready to provide the most cutting-edge solutions in an area like software engineering, business analysis, cyber security or data analysis. What you’ll do In the first 18 months, your focus will be on developing a solid grounding in the data and technology space as well as getting to know Rolls-Royce. Then you’ll begin to specialise. Whether it’s cyber security that really interests you, or addressing customer needs by analysing and optimising data, this programme is a brilliant stepping stone to a technical career. Your placements could include working on a corporate IT project (we’ve just introduced a global, cloud-based HR management system), being part of a data innovation ‘cell sprint’ (a multi-skilled team that delivers fast-paced projects) or helping our business units to develop future opportunities. You might look at how we can best manage our ecosystem of suppliers so we always get what we need when we need it, or research the latest Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning technologies to determine how they could benefit our business. Ultimately, this degree apprenticeship is about giving you the grounding and skills you need to take on a specialist role – you could go on to become a Solutions Analyst, a Business Analyst, a Cyber Security Specialist, a Data Engineer or a Data Analyst. Wherever your apprenticeship takes you, you’ll be helping to embed a digital first culture by putting data and technology at the heart of our business. What you’ll need Three A-levels (or equivalent) at grade B or above (obtained or predicted), one of which must be in a numerate subject, along with at least a grade C or 4 in GCSE English Language and Maths. Naturally curious, you’ll be passionate about using data and IT, and always looking beyond the obvious to find better ways of doing things. You certainly won’t be afraid to challenge us to help drive improvements, and you’ll welcome the possibilities that come from working in such a fast-paced and innovative environment. Beyond that, we’ll want to see strong communication, organisational, team-working and problem-solving skills – all of which you’ll develop even further over the course of your apprenticeship. What you’ll get A competitive salary A competitive pension, and 33 days’ holiday per year (inclusive of bank holidays) Career support from day one Work towards a BSc Honours degree in Digital & Technology Solutions Outdoor and experiential learning on our course with the Outward Bound Trust Who we are Whether we’re building the world’s most efficient large aero-engine or supporting NASA missions on the edge of space, Rolls-Royce is all about innovation. We invest £1 billion every year into research and development, and file more patents annually than any other company in the UK. Working at Rolls-Royce means being part of a global team of 50,000 bold, curious pioneers, creating cleaner, faster, more competitive power. It means looking to the future, and shaping the world we live in.  We recruit, select and develop our people on merit, regardless of age, disability, gender identity or expression, race/colour/nationality/ethnic or national origins, marriage or civil partnership, pregnancy or maternity, religion or belief, sex, sexual orientation or any other characteristic protected by applicable legislation.
Rolls Royce Derby, UK
02 Nov, 2018
Advanced Apprenticeship
At Rolls-Royce, we create pioneering technology – from the jet engines that fly us around the world today, to the hybrid-electric propulsion systems of tomorrow. But did you know that just one aero engine is made up of around 30,000 parts? Or that 80% of these parts are bought from external suppliers by our procurement experts? And it’s not just engine parts – anything we can’t make ourselves, from IT, to training services, to new buildings, to catering services, to consumables – our Procurement teams negotiate, buy and manage it all. Procurement is an essential part of our business. Our procurement division includes hundreds of professionals and spends over £8 billion every single year. Join us on this unique apprenticeship, and you’ll learn on the job working alongside experts, studying for an industry-recognised procurement qualification at the same time. The programme Over what is typically two years, you’ll get the best of both worlds, combining classroom learning with real, on-the-job training. As well as learning from our experts and gaining the kind of valuable practical experience you simply can't get at college, you’ll also study for a recognised professional qualification with the Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (CIPS). You won’t just be earning while you learn. You’ll also be doing real work, helping us deliver amazing products and services you can be proud of. What you’ll do As part of the team, you’ll get involved in selecting suppliers, negotiating the best deals, agreeing contracts, and then making sure that the cost, quality and delivery time are all as agreed. Whether you’re helping purchase the parts for a highly efficient jet engine, a building, IT systems or training services, you’ll be learning every day. Once you’ve completed your apprenticeship, you could have the chance to move straight into a Buyer role, negotiating deals and managing our highly complex portfolio of suppliers. Later in your career, you might work on setting our future buying strategy and delivering important cost saving opportunities. What you’ll get A competitive salary starting from £11,932 A competitive pension, and 33 days’ holiday per year (inclusive of bank holidays) Work with expert mentors and career coaches Study part-time for a Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply qualification (CIPS) fully funded What you’ll need You’ll need a minimum of 5 GCSEs (or equivalent) at grade 5 or B or above, including Maths and English Language (obtained or predicted). You’ll also need to be a great communicator, good with people and able to present information and data clearly. A talented problem solver, you’re always willing to share ideas (and you’ll have plenty of them). Who we are Whether we’re building the world’s most efficient large aero-engine or supporting NASA missions on the edge of space, Rolls-Royce is all about innovation. We invest £1 billion every year into research and development, and file more patents annually than any other company in the UK. Working at Rolls-Royce means being part of a global team of around 55,000 bold, curious pioneers, creating cleaner, faster, more competitive power. It means looking to the future, and shaping the world we live in.  We recruit, select and develop our people on merit, regardless of age, disability, gender identity or expression, race/colour/nationality/ethnic or national origins, marriage or civil partnership, pregnancy or maternity, religion or belief, sex, sexual orientation or any other characteristic protected by applicable legislation.
Rolls Royce Derby, UK
02 Nov, 2018
Degree Apprenticeship
With a significant order book and billions of pounds poured into research and development, we don’t think you’ll find a more exciting range of projects to tackle. Whether we’re developing gas turbines, creating manufacturing facilities or providing nuclear-powered solutions, sound project management disciplines ensure we deliver and meet our customers’ expectations – as well as our own. By combining theoretical learning with practical, on-the-job experience, our Project Management Degree Apprenticeship equips you with the skills you need to become a fully-fledged Project Controller. And unlike university , we’ll pay you to learn, while giving you all the support you need to achieve a bachelor’s degree in Project Management. You’ll also achieve a professional qualification recognised by the Association of Project Management (APM). The programme Over around four years, you’ll be getting to know our business and developing practical knowledge of project management techniques, tools and methodologies via a series of mentored placements. These rotations will take you to a variety of different areas of the company. Each placement will generally last six months to give you a real understanding of the area you’re experiencing as well as the project you’re working on, as part of your tailored development plan. What you’ll do As a Project Management Apprentice, you’ll be responsible for supporting or leading a range of different project types by ensuring your projects meet customer and business expectations. These might include introducing new products or services, developing new facilities, or looking at the infrastructure for IT projects. You’ll develop professional experience using world-class tools and processes, learning from supportive professionals as you work towards your qualifications. The ability to plan with integrated teams, manage risk and use data analysis to control and manage your project will become second nature – you’ll be able to plan for every eventuality. Not only that, but you’ll also learn who to get involved in your projects and at what stage. And when you finish your apprenticeship? You’ll be ready to take on your first role as a Project Controller. What you’ll get A competitive salary starting from £13,125 a year and increasing as you complete your training A competitive pension, and 33 days’ holiday per year (inclusive of bank holidays) Career support from day one A bachelor’s degree in Project Management plus a professional qualification recognised by the APM What you’ll need We look for fast learners who are highly motivated and hungry for a career in project management. You’ll be a real people person – someone with great communication and team working skills as well as solid leadership abilities. Drive, great attention to detail and a willingness to learn are all important. You should also have three A-levels (or equivalent) at grade C or above, one of which must be a numerate subject like Maths, Physics, Economics or Business, plus GCSEs (or equivalent) at grade C/4 or above in Maths and English Language. Who we are Whether we’re building the world’s most efficient large aero-engine or supporting NASA missions on the edge of space, Rolls-Royce is all about innovation. We invest £1 billion every year into research and development, and file more patents annually than any other company in the UK. Working at Rolls-Royce means being part of a global team of 50,000 bold, curious pioneers, creating cleaner, faster, more competitive power. It means looking to the future, and shaping the world we live in.  We recruit, select and develop our people on merit, regardless of age, disability, gender identity or expression, race/colour/nationality/ethnic or national origins, marriage or civil partnership, pregnancy or maternity, religion or belief, sex, sexual orientation or any other characteristic protected by applicable legislation.
Rolls Royce Derby, UK
02 Nov, 2018
Sponsored Degrees
When you join the Rolls-Royce Management Accountant Training Scheme, you’ll play a key part in our success from your first day. You’ll put a lot in – and you’ll get a lot back in return. We’ll pay for you to achieve professional accounting qualifications. We’ll be offering a competitive salary and great experience. Most of all, we’re giving you the chance to start a high-flying career as a fully-qualified accountant. The programme You’ll gain financial and business experience whilst building a sound technical knowledge of accounting. Whatever you’re doing and wherever you’re learning, you’ll be making a real contribution to our business whilst becoming a fully-qualified accountant. We’ll make sure you feel supported every step of the way with mentoring from fully-qualified accountants, apprentice development teams and a buddy from the programme – you can also expect paid study leave during the four years. What you’ll do You’ll work towards becoming an accountant during our four-year programme, developing the technical and business knowledge you need to build a solid foundation for an exciting career in finance. During your first two years, this will mean completing placements within the Finance Service Centre or Tax teams. With your placements matched to your level of experience, you’ll learn all about life in a wide range of finance environments at a pace that’s challenging, but not overwhelming. At the same time, you’ll be completing the Association of Accounting Technician (AAT) qualification. Your second two years will see you complete two 12-month Finance placements in different business sectors across Civil Aerospace, Defence and Power Systems, as you study for the prestigious Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) qualification. After four years, you’ll be ready to further your career, starting with a role as a Finance Analyst. What you’ll get A competitive salary starting from £15,600 a year and increasing as you complete your training A competitive pension, and 33 days’ holiday per year (inclusive of bank holidays) Career support from day one Valuable qualifications and professional accreditation What you’ll need Naturally, we look for highly numerate people to join our programme. So, you’ll need to have, or be on track to achieve, three A-levels (or equivalent) at grade B or above, one of which must be in Maths, Accounting, Finance or Economics, plus GCSEs (or equivalent) at a minimum grade C/4 in English Language and Maths. We’re looking for motivated and driven individuals with good attention to detail and great communication skills; people who can learn quickly and work well with others. You’ll be able to prove all of this with your achievements outside of education. Who we are Whether we’re building the world’s most efficient large aero-engine or supporting NASA missions on the edge of space, Rolls-Royce is all about innovation. We invest £1 billion every year into research and development, and file more patents annually than any other company in the UK. Working at Rolls-Royce means being part of a global team of 50,000 bold, curious pioneers, creating cleaner, faster, more competitive power. It means looking to the future, and shaping the world we live in.  We recruit, select and develop our people on merit, regardless of age, disability, gender identity or expression, race/colour/nationality/ethnic or national origins, marriage or civil partnership, pregnancy or maternity, religion or belief, sex, sexual orientation or any other characteristic protected by applicable legislation.
Rolls Royce Derby, UK
02 Nov, 2018
Degree Apprenticeship
Imagine transforming new ideas into awe-inspiring technology. And, at the same time, gaining a debt-free Master’s degree in Engineering Business Management. On this programme, you’ll learn how to translate the concepts and prototypes developed by our engineers into the processes and procedures we need to build our world famous integrated power solutions. You’ll be part of a supportive team and surrounded by experts – it’s an amazing way to start your career, learning through first-hand experiences while you earn your degree. The programme The Rolls-Royce Manufacturing Management Master’s Degree Programme is a four-year scheme designed to help you gain wide-reaching manufacturing experience and knowledge, and to progress into key roles. It’s a stepping stone into first level management – you could become a Production Leader or a Business Improvement Leader, for example. These are critical manufacturing roles with high levels of responsibility. The programme also gives you the opportunity to get a debt-free, globally-recognised and highly-respected Master’s degree in Engineering Business Management from the University of Warwick, a Russell Group University. In your first year, you’ll study a foundation programme, which will prepare you for the Master’s coursework you’ll begin in year two. This is not a fast-track route to Chartered Engineer status; instead, this is an industry-focused MSc qualification, paid for by us. It demands real commitment on everything from residential modules to written and work-based assignments. During the programme, you’ll be joined at Warwick by peers from a wide range of industries, enhancing your learning experience and network even more. What you’ll do You’ll study part-time whilst working with and learning from experts in their field. Discovering different business areas on a series of six-month rotations, you’ll get a real understanding of who we are and how the manufacturing function operates. More than that, you’ll develop your knowledge of diverse areas like forecasting, supply chain design and management, production planning, manufacturing, and assembly and repair. Ultimately, you’ll learn how to turn innovative engineering ideas into high-tech reality. And that’s something we can all be proud of. What you’ll get A competitive salary starting from £15,600 a year A competitive pension, and 33 days’ holiday per year (inclusive of bank holidays) Career support from day one A debt-free Master’s degree and professional experience What you’ll need This is a big challenge, so we’re looking for people who share our passion for making things better. You’ll also need to be genuinely excited about forging a career in a manufacturing environment. You’ll have achieved, or be expecting to achieve, three A-levels (or equivalent) at grade B or above with at least one in Maths, Physics, Chemistry or another science/numerate subject. You’ll also need GCSEs (or equivalent) in English Language and Maths at grade C/4 or above. Just as importantly, you’ll have good communication and team working skills, as well as plenty of drive. On top of all that, you’ll be able to tell us about your achievements outside of education; this could be in sports, languages, charity work or a similar area. Who we are Whether we’re building the world’s most efficient large aero-engine or supporting NASA missions on the edge of space, Rolls-Royce is all about innovation. We invest £1 billion every year into research and development, and file more patents annually than any other company in the UK. Working at Rolls-Royce means being part of a global team of 50,000 bold, curious pioneers, creating cleaner, faster, more competitive power. It means looking to the future, and shaping the world we live in. We recruit, select and develop our people on merit, regardless of age, disability, gender identity or expression, race/colour/nationality/ethnic or national origins, marriage or civil partnership, pregnancy or maternity, religion or belief, sex, sexual orientation or any other characteristic protected by applicable legislation.
Rolls Royce Derby, UK
02 Nov, 2018
Advanced Apprenticeship
Our Defence business is involved in truly unique work. We’re even responsible for powering the whole of the UK's Royal Navy nuclear submarine fleet. Our submarines are so advanced they can circumnavigate the world 40 times without surfacing, and we’re constantly looking for new ways to innovate. On this apprenticeship, you’ll develop the skills you need to help deliver ground-breaking projects in a fascinating area of our business. If you’re a strong team player with good organisational, communication and influencing skills and you work hard to get results, this is the path towards a great career in our global business. The programme Typically lasting for two years, this is an intense programme which give you all the training and support you need to take up a Project Planner role with us when you complete your apprenticeship. This comes with a significant rise in salary to reflect the business-critical nature of the role – you’ll be a crucial member of the project team. As a trainee planner, you’ll help us build schedules from the customer requirement all the way to approval. Your responsibilities will include updating and maintaining work package schedules and carrying out assurance checks, analysing schedule data plus report cost and delivery date forecasts, and providing work-around planning models (‘what-if’s’) when critical rework is needed. To succeed, you’ll need to rise to plenty of challenges. As well as carrying out your day-to-day duties, you’ll also be expected to complete online and external project management courses. Alongside this, you’ll immerse yourself in five core training modules that include definition, planning, scheduling, monitoring and control which, if you’re successful, will gain you the Association of Project Managers (APM) project planning and control (PPC) foundation and practitioner qualifications. These will be essential to you gaining professional qualifications such as the International Project Management Association (IPMA) Level D. It means you’ll be equipped to take on the highly responsible Project Planner role, where you’ll be encouraged to further fulfil your potential. Across everything you do – from your studies to your practical work – you’ll have one of our nuclear experts on hand to support and mentor you, and to help you build your understanding of our Defence business. What you’ll need You should have at least five GCSEs (or equivalent) at grade 5 or B above, including English Language and Maths (obtained or predicted). We’re also looking for the right approach. The ability to work as part of a team, knowing when it’s time to act decisively to achieve the right result, the potential to lead and excellent communication skills are all qualities we look for. As a planner in the making, you’ll also need to be exceptionally organised, confident, commercially aware, able to prioritise and happy to work to tight deadlines. Due to the nature of this work, we’re unable to employ anyone who doesn’t have the legal right to live and work in the UK. This role is subject to Full UK Security Clearance and if you’ve spent more than three months outside of the UK in the last five years, we might not be able to employ you. Security clearance can take time, so it’s best to apply as early as possible. You must also be 17 years of age by 1st October 2019 to meet our security requirements. What you’ll get A competitive salary starting from £11,932 a year Student membership of the Association of Project Managers A competitive pension, and 33 days’ holiday per year (inclusive of bank holidays) Career support from day one Work towards professional project management qualifications Who we are Whether we’re building the world’s most efficient large aero-engine or supporting NASA missions on the edge of space, Rolls-Royce is all about innovation. We invest £1 billion every year into research and development, and file more patents annually than any other company in the UK. Working at Rolls-Royce means being part of a global team of 50,000 bold, curious pioneers, creating cleaner, faster, more competitive power. It means looking to the future, and shaping the world we live in.  We recruit, select and develop our people on merit, regardless of age, disability, gender identity or expression, race/colour/nationality/ethnic or national origins, marriage or civil partnership, pregnancy or maternity, religion or belief, sex, sexual orientation or any other characteristic protected by applicable legislation.
Rolls Royce Derby, Bristol, Birmingham
02 Nov, 2018
Degree Apprenticeship
Our Supply Chain Management Degree Apprenticeship Programme develops the talent our business needs to identify, secure and distribute the vital parts that enable us to build our pioneering pieces of technology. It offers bold, curious and ambitious individuals the chance to get real work experience and earn a salary, whilst studying for a debt-free honours degree in Management and Leadership. It’s an exceptional opportunity to build a career and make an impact on a world-class supply chain. The programme Typically spending four years learning from our expert team, you’ll gain the sort of practical knowledge you simply can’t develop in the classroom. That’s because you’ll experience the full breadth of our global supply chain as you take on placements in different areas of our business. As well as getting on-the-job training on real-life projects, you’ll also study a BA (Hons) in Management & Leadership delivered at a range of universities across the UK. It means you’ll enjoy the best of both worlds as you carve out a career in supply chain management. What you’ll do The importance of our global supply chain can’t be overstated. The team here make sure components, parts and products are where they need to be, when they need to be there, right across the world. They’re responsible for a supply chain that starts with raw materials being extracted from the ground and ends with high-specification materials being put into an engine. You’ll get broad experience as you carry out your placements; delving into the detail of how materials get from A to B, the packaging we use, and even making improvements to this complex supply chain. All of which will equip you to manage the day-to-day delivery of components as a Material Resource Planning Controller once you complete the programme. As you grow and develop, you’ll discover lots of fulfilling career opportunities in supply chain management. What you’ll get A competitive salary starting from £13,125 a year and increasing as you complete your training A competitive pension, and 33 days’ holiday per year (inclusive of bank holidays) Career support from day one A bachelor’s degree in Management and Leadership and nationally-recognised qualifications What you’ll need We’re looking for individuals who are driven, passionate about delivering on commitments and keen to learn about what makes a global business operate successfully. You’ll be a logical and analytical thinker – someone with a common-sense approach when it comes to working with data and coming up with solutions to challenges. You’ll need three A-levels or equivalent (obtained or predicted) at grade C or above in any subject, plus GCSEs (or equivalent) at a minimum grade C/4 in English Language and Maths. You’re someone who can work well with others and you’ll also be able to demonstrate your achievements outside school or college. Who we are Whether we’re building the world’s most efficient large aero-engine or supporting NASA missions on the edge of space, Rolls-Royce is all about innovation. We invest £1 billion every year into research and development, and file more patents annually than any other company in the UK. Working at Rolls-Royce means being part of a global team of 50,000 bold, curious pioneers, creating cleaner, faster, more competitive power. It means looking to the future, and shaping the world we live in.  We recruit, select and develop our people on merit, regardless of age, disability, gender identity or expression, race/colour/nationality/ethnic or national origins, marriage or civil partnership, pregnancy or maternity, religion or belief, sex, sexual orientation or any other characteristic protected by applicable legislation.

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