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Royal Air Force Worldwide
13 Jul, 2018
Intermediate Apprenticeship
Deadline: Ongoing Salary: During training= £14,931 + Benefits / Initial pay after training= £18,489 + Benefits Location: Worldwide Can you stand the heat? Then get into the kitchen as an RAF apprentice Chef. As an RAF apprentice Chef you will be trained in all aspects of running a kitchen. You will be fully prepared to deal with anything from high-volume mess-hall catering, to fine dining excellence for VIPs. Once fully trained you will have organisational and time management skills, excellent communication and number skills and have the ability to stay calm under pressure. You will be able to work in Military Messes preparing hotel standard fare and fine dining experiences for Military personnel, in a field kitchen supporting exercises and operations worldwide or in an in-flight production kitchen producing meals for fast jet pilots, helicopter crews, large aircraft crews and passengers travelling to all corners of the globe. With experience you could cook for high ranking Officers, Government Ministers and even members of the Royal Family. The RAF is nationally recognised as the UK’s top major apprenticeship employer - Macro Employer of the Year in the 2017 National Apprenticeship Awards and Ofsted Outstanding Training Provider.
Royal Air Force Nationwide
13 Jul, 2018
School Leaver Programmes
Deadline: Ongoing Salary: During training= £14,931 + Benefits / Initial pay after training= £18,489 + Benefits Location: UK wide Do you want to become conversational in new languages quicker than you thought possible? As an RAF Intelligence Analyst (Linguist) you will learn how to interpret foreign language transmissions, use state-of-the-art surveillance systems and provide vital intelligence to support military forces deployed around the world. By being absorbed in other cultures you will learn to speak like a local. You will be given world-class training to intercept, translate and analyse foreign signals. The information you translate will be passed up the chain of command and distributed throughout the British Armed Forces to ensure they are able to carry out their roles safely; it alerts them to any potential threat to life or operations. You could be listening to Air Traffic Control or communications between enemy troops.
Womble Bond Dickinson Southampton, UK
05 Jul, 2018
Degree Apprenticeship
Salary: Competitive Deadline : 23rd July 2018 Location : Southampton td {border: 1px solid #ccc;}br {mso-data-placement:same-cell;} --> If someone told you, you could qualify as a solicitor in 6 years, without going to university, while earning a good salary and developing amazing skills and experience along the way, would you believe them? Well you should! Our Solicitor Apprenticeship does just that. We know that university isn't for everyone, but that shouldn't be the end of a successful legal career; in fact, it could be just the beginning with us. Having launched our first Solicitor Apprenticeship programme in September 2017, we're now looking to roll out for a second year in our Southampton office. We're looking for two talented future lawyers to join our Real Estate team in Southampton at the start of what is an incredibly exciting new programme. You'll be the first of our Solicitor Apprentices in this team, which presents you with a unique opportunity to shape the future of our programme. So, not only do you get to qualify as a solicitor, without University and the associated costs, you'll also have a significant impact on the future of our business. Now how does that sound for starters? If you're worried that this is new, don’t be. We've a great track record in recruiting, developing and retaining apprentices. In fact we've been recognised in the Top 100 Apprenticeship Employers as well as bagging the award for Best Newcomer Large Employer of the Year at the National Apprenticeship Awards – those accolades don't get much better, and we're so very proud to have been honoured for the programme that we've been running since 2014. So, we think we're pretty good at this, but don't take our word for it, check out our YouTube channel to hear first-hand from some of our legal apprentices. Okay, I hear you ask, "What will I actually be doing?" We can promise you it's not all admin and filing. This is a real opportunity to contribute to the future success of our business. We're training our next generation of lawyers and that means giving you access to great quality work that will increase in complexity as you develop through the programme. So be prepared for a gentle introduction to the business which might include spending some time in our business support teams, so that you really get to understand how our business works. As you move into more of a legal role, we'll start you off gently with some of the more administrative duties so that you gain your confidence before taking on the more complex legal tasks. But don't worry, you'll be supported every step of the way with a dedicated supervisor, mentor and HR support. We're all rooting for you and want you to succeed, so we'll do everything in our power to make sure that happens. They'll be plenty of opportunities for you to get involved with some of the wider business activities. We've an active sports and social committee who organise regular events which will allow you to get to know your colleagues a little better. We also have a strong focus on corporate social responsibility and there are plenty of community projects or charitable initiatives for you to get involved with. In fact, we'll even give you two volunteering days a year, on top of your holiday entitlement. It sounds so good, even we might apply! We're looking for candidates with good academics; BBB at A-levels as a minimum. Beyond that, we'll be looking for you to demonstrate a few core skills: team-working, communication, creative and analytical thinking, an ability to build strong and lasting relationships and a drive to succeed. If it's an easy decision, then get your application in soon; our closing date is 23 July, with our selection week running during the week commencing 16 August. Just complete the application form from the link below, and we'll get in touch once our application deadline passes to let you know what the next steps are. Our selection process involves a mini work placement with the team to give you an opportunity to decide whether we're the right environment for you. If the timing isn't quite right for you, or this isn't the programme that you're looking for, you can keep in touch through our various social media channels for regular updates on the opportunities that might suit you best. For recruitment news, updates and job alerts follow us on Twitter @WBD_CareersUK, Facebook @womblebonddickinsoncareers and Instagram @WBD_CareersUK.
Mazars London, UK
03 Jul, 2018
School Leaver Programmes
Deadline : Ongoing Salary : Competitive Locations : London As an Audit Trainee, your role is to provide an unbiased analysis of the client’s financial records and test these records in accordance with accounting standards. These accounting standards form an integral part of your studies. Your time will be split between working at client premises, working in the office and studying for your professional exams. You will be focussing on clients within industry & commerce. During your first year, you will support an Audit Senior at client premises.  The senior will assign you work throughout the time you are onsite and will be with you in case you have any questions. As an Audit Trainee, your typical daily duties will include: Checking a client’s financial information, purchase and sales invoices, payroll records, bank balances and statements; Ensure sound knowledge of a client and its industry by researching background information; Develop communication skills and build relationships with key stakeholders; Utilise audit software; Attend client meetings and social activities; Attend in-house technical training as required; Have an awareness of the various services provided by Mazars. Person Specification We are looking for people who bring something special to the firm and who also have some distinctive qualities. We want driven people who think creatively about their work, embrace challenges and can resolve complex problems. Demonstrates strong analytical and research skills; Takes ownership of assigned tasks and adopts a pro-active approach; Ability to organise and prioritise workload; Produces accurate and timely work; Participates in meetings, providing information and ideas with clarity and persuasiveness; Ability to build relationships; Respects differences in people and values diversity of ideas; Actively seeks to enhance own expertise and knowledge; Demonstrates drive and commitment to self-development; Professional approach to work and clients i.e. professional appearance, respect for individuals, and ethical conduct.  Academic Requirements Minimum of 112 UCAS points (achieved in the same academic year, from your 3 best A Levels and excluding General Studies).  This is based on the new 2017 UCAS Tariff. You can calculate your UCAS points  here .    Grade B or above in GCSE English Language and Maths. Please specify on your application if there were extenuating circumstances or exceptional achievements that we should take into account. We also accept equivalent international qualifications. Training Contract & Study Support We will fund for you to study towards the CFAB qualification, followed by the ACA. You will receive a full study package and time off to study and attend college. Your professional qualification is only part of the story at Mazars; we support all of our trainees with a blended approach to training and development including classroom study, 1:1 coaching, and soft skills training to enable you to progress to management and leadership positions. You will be given a mentor and an appraising manager to keep your career and aspirations on track. Benefits We recognise that benefits are important to you and our aim at Mazars is to give you as much choice as possible and to allow you to benefit from our buying power. We offer core benefits to all employees – holiday, pension, life assurance and income protection insurance. Beyond that we want you to be able to choose benefits that you want, rather than have all benefits chosen for you. As a Mazars employee you also have access to a range of voluntary benefits including a shopping-discount platform, discounted phone contracts, gym memberships and interest free season ticket loans. About Mazars Mazars is an international, integrated and independent organisation, specialising in audit, advisory, accounting and tax services. Operating in over 75 countries, the firm draws on the expertise of 18,000 professionals to assist major international groups, SMEs, private investors and public bodies at every stage in their development. Mazars is among the top 10 accountancy firms within the UK with over 140 partners and 1750 staff serving clients from 19 offices. Mazars is a positively different firm. Differentiated by the opportunities we offer our people, our approach to working with clients and our passion for responsible business, we are entrepreneurs with a strong European heritage. We are proud of the single global partnership we have built to serve clients around the world.  
Mazars London, UK
03 Jul, 2018
School Leaver Programmes
Deadline: Ongoing Salary : Competitive Locations : London As an Audit Trainee, your role is to provide an unbiased analysis of the client’s financial records and test these records in accordance with accounting standards. These accounting standards form an integral part of your studies. Your time will be split between working at client premises, working in the office and studying for your professional exams. You will be focussing on clients within Financial Services, primarily banks and insurance firms. During your first year, you will support an Audit Senior at client premises.  The senior will assign you work throughout the time you are onsite and will be with you in case you have any questions. As an Audit Trainee, your typical daily duties will include: Checking a client’s financial information, purchase and sales invoices, payroll records, bank balances and statements; Ensure sound knowledge of a client and its industry by researching background information; Develop communication skills and build relationships with key stakeholders; Utilise audit software; Attend client meetings and social activities; Attend in-house technical training as required; Have an awareness of the various services provided by Mazars. Person Specification We are looking for people who bring something special to the firm and who also have some distinctive qualities. We want driven people who think creatively about their work, embrace challenges and can resolve complex problems. Demonstrates strong analytical and research skills; Takes ownership of assigned tasks and adopts a pro-active approach; Ability to organise and prioritise workload; Produces accurate and timely work; Participates in meetings, providing information and ideas with clarity and persuasiveness; Ability to build relationships; Respects differences in people and values diversity of ideas; Actively seeks to enhance own expertise and knowledge; Demonstrates drive and commitment to self-development; Professional approach to work and clients i.e. professional appearance, respect for individuals, and ethical conduct.    Academic Requirements Minimum of 112 UCAS points (achieved in the same academic year, from your 3 best A Levels and excluding General Studies).  This is based on the new 2017 UCAS Tariff. You can calculate your UCAS points  here .    Grade B or above in GCSE English Language and Maths. Please specify on your application if there were extenuating circumstances or exceptional achievements that we should take into account. We also accept equivalent international qualifications.   Training Contract & Study Support We will fund for you to study towards the CFAB qualification, followed by the ACA. You will receive a full study package and time off to study and attend college. Your professional qualification is only part of the story at Mazars; we support all of our trainees with a blended approach to training and development including classroom study, 1:1 coaching, and soft skills training to enable you to progress to management and leadership positions. You will be given a mentor and an appraising manager to keep your career and aspirations on track. Benefits We recognise that benefits are important to you and our aim at Mazars is to give you as much choice as possible and to allow you to benefit from our buying power. We offer core benefits to all employees – holiday, pension, life assurance and income protection insurance. Beyond that we want you to be able to choose benefits that you want, rather than have all benefits chosen for you. As a Mazars employee you also have access to a range of voluntary benefits including a shopping-discount platform, discounted phone contracts, gym memberships and interest free season ticket loans. About Mazars Mazars is an international, integrated and independent organisation, specialising in audit, advisory, accounting and tax services. Operating in over 75 countries, the firm draws on the expertise of 18,000 professionals to assist major international groups, SMEs, private investors and public bodies at every stage in their development. Mazars is among the top 10 accountancy firms within the UK with over 140 partners and 1750 staff serving clients from 19 offices. Mazars is a positively different firm. Differentiated by the opportunities we offer our people, our approach to working with clients and our passion for responsible business, we are entrepreneurs with a strong European heritage. We are proud of the single global partnership we have built to serve clients around the world.  
Severn Trent Nationwide
29 Jun, 2018
Advanced Apprenticeship
Salary : Competition Deadline : Ongoing Locations : Nationwide   Become a Techncial Expert in a 24/7 organisation You’ll be part of our team that  works to service and repair the Severn Trent Water fleet including cars, light and heavy commercial vehicles and mobile plant. What you'll be doing Having completed an intensive period of on and off-the-job training, where you’ll have gained a high level of technical knowledges , you’ll have the opportunity to start putting your skills to use. Our Heavy Vehicle (HV) Maintenance Technicians perform vital maintenance on our vehicles to ensure we are able to optimise our fleet and minimise vehicle downtime. Your responsibilities would include: Servicing and maintaining a diverse range of company vehicles and plant, including agricultural and construction equipment to a high standard, ensuring STW and manufacturer guidelines are followed You'll gain experience maintaining auxillary equipment e.g. cranes, compressors, generators, vacuum and displacement pumps etc Attending unscheduled maintenance and emergency work as required Ensuring a safe working environment and behaviours at all times Preparing and presenting company vehicles for annual testing to required standards, ensuring STW target pass rates are achieved  Being customer focused, working productively to minimise vehicle downtime Inputting all key job information daily into a fleet management system Helping to support the running of the workshop if the Lead Technician is not present
Severn Trent Nationwide
29 Jun, 2018
Advanced Apprenticeship
Deadline : Ongoing Salary : Competitive Locations : Nationwide   Helping to deliver a sustainable future Your role will be to safely transport an increasingly valuable commodity – sewage and sludge. Whilst most of our region’s waste is cleaned and safely returned to the rivers, increasingly we’re finding innovative green uses for it in farming and energy generation – in fact we generate some of our own electricity from the sewage we process. Working regular, local routes, you’ll be responsible for safely collecting, and delivering sewage and sludge, transporting it in vacuum tankers between Severn Trent sites.   What you'll be doing As an apprentice you'll be learning all of the key skills requires to become a Severn Trent Tanker Driver as you train over 12 months to achieve your LGV (Large Goods Vehicle) driving licence at category C.  The core skills you will develop through this apprenticeship are: Safe, controlled and fuel efficient driving techniques relating to driving the LGV, considering fuel costs and other possible efficiencies, implications of differing vehicle configurations and associated safety issues, including safe access and egress from vehicles and trailers to include prevention of falling from height Safe use of equipment and machinery eg manual handling equipment, vehicle and delivery systems, including where to find relevant instructions or guidance Vehicle preparation, including vehicle safety checks/inspections, defect reporting, safety requirements, loading, securing and unloading processes, axel combinations How to protect the vehicle and associated loads, including management of unlawful access to vehicle and loadsplanning and preparing processes (eg planning fastest/most efficientroute ) including vehicle selection and contingency planning when circumstances change Basic IT applications and other relevant technology and systems eg tachographs, adaptive braking,   hand held scanners, on board telematics etc and how these are reported by use of As you move through Tanker Driver apprenticeship, your key skills and competencies will specifically include: Ability to operate STW specification vacuum tankers and associated equipment. Ability to safely access vehicle cabs, sites and offices using correct procedures (3 points of contact, etc) Ability to manipulate (including loading & unloading to/from tanker pipestorage trays) flexible pipework (up to 5” diameter) in a safe manner utilising correct manual handling techniques. Ability to work unsupervised one trained, in all weather conditions utilizing correct PPE, loneworker system, etc. Ability to dynamically risk assess site access & working conditions depending on specific circumstances on arrival. What we are looking for Application requirements: Apprentices  must hold a valid UK driving licence (at least Cat B ie car licence)  in order to access the apprenticeship Must be 18 years old  by the time they are ready to gain their provisional vocational licence. Level 2 English and maths prior to taking the end point assessment. Key Behaviours: Consistently demonstrate integrity, credibility, honesty and personal drive; embodies the organisation’s values, demonstrates a belief in the services it offers and an interest in the industry Individuals who take responsibility for their own safety and that of others at all times, particularly when driving Ownership for own performance and training, and proactively keep up to date with industry developments; makes recommendations for improvement where relevant Strive to achieve the best results in all they do; maintain a positive attitude and approach to their work even when priorities and working patterns change Demonstrate a commitment to achieving all personal and organisational objectives eg completing work, timekeeping, personal appearance and dress code Show a genuine interest in meeting the needs of others; use own initiative when needed to ensure that customer needs and expectations are met Demonstrate pride in their own role through a consistently positive, professional approach with customers and members of wider team Show willingness to accept changing priorities and adapts well to new work patterns and changing requirements, with a flexible  approach to their work
Womble Bond Dickinson Southampton, UK
29 Jun, 2018
Degree Apprenticeship
Deadline: 23rd July 2018 Salary: Competitive Location: Southampton   If someone told you, you could qualify as a solicitor in 6 years, without going to university, while earning a good salary and developing amazing skills and experience along the way, would you believe them? Well you should!  Our Solicitor Apprenticeship does just that.  We know that university isn't for everyone, but that shouldn't be the end of a successful legal career; in fact, it could be just the beginning with us.  Having launched our first Solicitor Apprenticeship programme in September 2017, we're now looking to roll out  for a second year in our Southampton office.  We're looking for two talented future lawyers to join our Real Estate team in Southampton at the start of what is an incredibly exciting new programme.  You'll be the first of our Solicitor Apprentices in this team, which presents you with a unique opportunity to shape the future of our programme.  So, not only do you get to qualify as a solicitor, without University and the associated costs, you'll also have a significant impact on the future of our business.  Now how does that sound for starters? If you're worried that this is new, don’t be. We've a great track record in recruiting, developing and retaining apprentices.  In fact we've been recognised in the Top 100 Apprenticeship Employers as well as bagging the award for Best Newcomer Large Employer of the Year at the National Apprenticeship Awards – those accolades don't get much better, and we're so very proud to have been honoured for the programme that we've been running since 2014.  So, we think we're pretty good at this, but don't take our word for it, check out our YouTube channel to hear first-hand from some of our legal apprentices. Okay, I hear you ask, "What will I actually be doing?"  We can promise you it's not all admin and filing.  This is a real opportunity to contribute to the future success of our business.  We're training our next generation of lawyers and that means giving you access to great quality work that will increase in complexity as you develop through the programme.  So be prepared for a gentle introduction to the business which might include spending some time in our business support teams, so that you really get to understand how our business works.  As you move into more of a legal role, we'll start you off gently with some of the more administrative duties so that you gain your confidence before taking on the more complex legal tasks.  But don't worry, you'll be supported every step of the way with a dedicated supervisor, mentor and HR support.  We're all rooting for you and want you to succeed, so we'll do everything in our power to make sure that happens. They'll be plenty of opportunities for you to get involved with some of the wider business activities.  We've an active sports and social committee who organise regular events which will allow you to get to know your colleagues a little better.  We also have a strong focus on corporate social responsibility and there are plenty of community projects or charitable initiatives for you to get involved with.  In fact, we'll even give you two volunteering days a year, on top of your holiday entitlement.   It sounds so good, even we might apply!  We're looking for candidates with good academics; BBB at A-levels as a minimum.  Beyond that, we'll be looking for you to demonstrate a few core skills: team-working, communication, creative and analytical thinking, an ability to build strong and lasting relationships and a drive to succeed. Do you still have questions?  That's only natural.  We're here to answer any queries you might have before you make your application.  Feel free to get in touch with me, Samantha Lee, at  sam.lee@wbd-uk.com  or 0117 989 6521. You'll also find me on LinkedIn or Twitter (@sammylee75) if you'd prefer to engage with me that way. If it's an easy decision, then get your application in soon; our closing date is 23 July, with our selection week running during the week commencing 16 August.  Just complete the application form from the link below, and we'll get in touch once our application deadline passes to let you know what the next steps are.  Our selection process involves a mini work placement with the team to give you an opportunity to decide whether we're the right environment for you. If the timing isn't quite right for you, or this isn't the programme that you're looking for, you can keep in touch through our various social media channels for regular updates on the opportunities that might suit you best. For recruitment news, updates and job alerts follow us on Twitter @WBD_CareersUK, Facebook @womblebonddickinsoncareers and Instagram @WBD_CareersUK.
Unilever Crumlin, Dublin, Ireland
27 Jun, 2018
Advanced Apprenticeship
ENGINEERING APPRENTICESHIP:   Why not kick-start your career with the Engineering Apprenticeship at Unilever? Getting an ice cream like Magnum into the hands of a consumer in the right condition at the right time and price is very much at the heart of what we do! The Unilever Multi-Skilled Engineering Apprenticeship is your opportunity to a career in one of our World-Class Factories.    MAIN JOB PURPOSE: Our 3-year programme will allow you to become a Multi-Skilled Engineer engaged to optimize the running and maintenance of equipment within the factory.  Where breakdowns occur the Multi – Skilled Engineer will act to diagnose and troubleshoot faults and where necessary will recommend design improvements.  This apprenticeship leads to BTEC Lev 3 Diploma in Engineering; NVQ Level 3 Extended Diploma in Engineering Maintenance. Upon completion there is the opportunity for our apprentices to progress to higher education apprenticeship. Our programme is externally accredited by the Institution of Engineering and Technology [IET]. ABOUT THE PROGRAMME:   Our apprentices follow 3-year Development Road Map which incorporates the National Apprenticeship Standard as well as the Unilever specific technology modules and personal development programme. You will gain engineering skills and get experience in a range of different Mechanical, Electrical, Instrumentation and Control technologies. You'll spend the first year as a full-time student at one of our selected college providers. For the next two years, our programme requires in-house and external training courses, college block release. KEY REQUIREMENTS:   Minimum 5 GCSEs at grade 4 (A-C) or above or equivalent including English, Maths and Science / Technology / Engineering related subject (Grade 5 (B) or above in Maths is desirable); please state your predicted grade in your application if you have yet to receive your result. This is the next step in your career and with it comes accountability and responsibility. You will be working while you study and you will need to show you have the commitment and initiative to manage the pressures that this will bring. You should have a passion to succeed and an ability to meet deadlines both at work and with your studies. You should be prepared to take on challenging work outside of your comfort zone. Applicants must be passionate and enthusiastic about engineering. You’ll be an individual with plenty of drive and self-motivation who enjoys working within a team. You must also be eligible to work in the UK. Start date: September 2018
Mace Heathrow
27 Jun, 2018
Higher Apprenticeship
Project controls is responsible for efficient, joined-up delivery of a complex series of projects, constantly gathering and analysing the performance data required to effectively manage a project, programme or portfolio. This performance data includes financial information about contracts, progress data from contractors, risk data and other data that enables the project or programme managers to direct the work. Programme management is a core Mace discipline and typical of our larger commissions in sectors like aviation, infrastructure and energy sectors. It was central to the delivery of major projects and programmes such as the London 2012 Olympic Games and Heathrow Terminal 5. The role Project controls encompasses the associated disciplines that allow timely and accurate reporting of key data to allow decisions to be made with confidence. As a Project Controls Apprentice you will play a key supporting role in the delivery of our services to our clients. Initially, working alongside more senior Project Managers and/or Project Controls Managers, you will be responsible for gathering, sorting, analysing and presenting a wide variety of information and data relating to the projects you have been assigned to. Your role will be focused on the set up and execution of processes that predict, understand and constructively influence the desired outcomes of a project or programme, through the communication of information to assist effective decision making. Responsibilities will include, but not limited to: Recording and understanding scope definition Management of a work breakdown structure Planning and scheduling and recording progress on site Cost control Forecasting outcomes by time and cost Change control Risk management Writing procedures and creating process flow charts General project administration Document management Interface management Extensive data management and integrating departmental systems through common coding structures Stakeholder management Producing reports on all of the above Qualifications Project controls apprentices are supported in working to achieve either a Level 4 Diploma in Project Management or a Level 3 Project Controls Technician apprenticeship. We will be deciding which qualification will enable you to get the best construction project controls training and is the most relevant course to help you develop in the role.  

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