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GlaxoSmithKline Dungarvan, County Waterford, Ireland
05 Dec, 2018
Higher Apprenticeship
Our business and supply chain apprenticeship will give you the opportunity to play a key role in helping the company source raw materials, manufacture our products and deliver the finished products all over the world. Ensuring that our products are delivered to our patients and customers when they need them is vital. As a business and supply chain apprentice, you will gain a strong understanding of the steps involved in an end-to-end supply chain and play a key role in ensuring that GSK makes the right products and delivers them to the right place at the right time. Achieve your career goals on our apprentice programme You’ll receive tailored on-the-job training from our in-house experts, combined with early responsibility to help you develop and progress.  You’ll be working towards a nationally recognised qualification- a BSc (Hons) in Professional Management Practise and complete a Level 5 Foundation degree in Professional Practise in International Trade. Working with both your line and programme manager we want to identify the right opportunities to help you succeed in the short term and throughout your career with us.  You will also be assigned a buddy or a mentor who will be there to offer support and guidance throughout your apprenticeship. What will you do? During the apprenticeship you will gain insight into how products and goods are made and shipped including warehouse operations. You’ll also learn how to use and interpret supply chain data to organise our raw materials and help plan and organise our manufacturing and product delivery schedules. This apprenticeship combines on-the-job learning with a programme of training and development. Your role might include: • Assisting the planning department in their role through inputting data to measure key performance indicators (KPIs), • Attending daily and weekly performance meetings and running reports • Helping team members with data collection, and trending to measure KPIs • You will also be in charge of putting together metrics for performance meetings • As you progress in the role you will have more responsibility, potentially picking up your own portfolio of products to manage What qualifications do I need?    To be eligible for our business and supply chain apprenticeship you will need… To have/or be predicted to have, the following qualifications at Leaving Certificate: •                At least 6 subjects •                A minimum of 20 points each in Maths and English  •                A minimum of 112 points from your top 2 leaving certificate subjects •                Total number of points 192 points minimum  To calculate how these translate to pre 2017 qualifications please follow this link:  Pre 2017 Where will I be based? This apprenticeship will be available at GSK Dungarvan What our apprentices say about the Business and Supply Chain apprenticeship... “Business and supply chain is a great area to work in as you are exposed to many different business functions which allows you to work with people from all over the organisation. “Being able to play a key part in ensuring patients receive the medicine they require when they need it is a fantastic feeling and is one of the reasons I am inspired to work for GSK.” “I love the independence and the responsibility that I have. I have met some really great people and I have received a tremendous amount of support from my colleagues.  For me this is the best way I could have gone about starting my career. I would 100% recommend choosing an apprenticeship. There is an endless amount of opportunities in a workplace like GSK.” When does the Apprenticeship start? Our apprenticeships start in September 2019. Benefits include:   •                A competitive base salary •                An annual bonus •                Benefit programmes benchmarked against industry standards •                A recognition programme to reward exceptional work by you and your team •                A performance and development programme •                Training and Development (including opportunities to attend events such as the Outward   Bound •                A nationally recognised qualification You’ll be asked for your personal information and why you want to work for us. We recommend you apply as soon as possible, because we accept ongoing applications and offer positions on a first come, first served basis. We’re 100% open to all talent We’re 100% open to all talent – whatever your gender, marital status, religion, age, colour, race, sexual orientation, nationality or disability. We want to recruit the right people for GSK from the widest possible backgrounds, so we can better serve the diversity of our patients and consumers. And also, because it’s the right thing to do. The final round is our Assessment Centre. We anticipate this will be Feb-April.
GlaxoSmithKline Cork, Dungarvan
05 Dec, 2018
Advanced Apprenticeship
Engineers at GSK are responsible for designing, maintaining and improving our leading-edge manufacturing facilities that deliver life-saving treatments. Our engineering apprenticeship programme is designed to create the engineers of the future. As an engineering apprentice, you will have the opportunity to develop mechanical, electrical & instrumentation or control & automation skills, depending on which craft you do. Achieve your career goals on our apprentice programme You’ll receive tailored on-the-job training from our in-house experts, combined with early responsibility to help you develop and progress.  You’ll be working towards nationally recognised qualifications- depending on your entry qualifications, you will study towards an advanced or higher apprenticeship standard. If you show the qualities, we are looking for you may be offered the opportunity to go on to study for an HND or degree in engineering Working with both your line and programme manager we want to identify the right opportunities to help you succeed in the short term and throughout your career with us.  You will also be assigned a buddy or a mentor who will be there to offer support and guidance throughout your apprenticeship. What will you do? Our apprenticeships typically last four year - subject to completing all SOLAS apprenticeship curriculum modules – and will combine on-the-job learning with a programme of training and development.  Your time will be divided between working within engineering teams at our facilities developing your skills and time spent studying at training centres and third level institutes. Your apprenticeship will combine on-the-job learning with a programme of training and development. Your role may: •                Develop mechanical, electrical and instrumentation skills •                Learn how to maintain production equipment •                Carry out routine maintenance •                Diagnose and resolve breakdowns •                Help design, install and test new equipment What qualifications do I need?  To be eligible for our Engineering apprenticeship you will need To have or be predicted to achieve: •                a minimum of 140 points in 5 Leaving certificate Subjects •                a minimum of 20 points in maths and English. •                a minimum of 20 points in one of the following subjects: physics, chemistry, agricultural science, applied mathematics, construction studies, design & communication graphics, engineering, design & technology, physics & chemistry (combined). To calculate how these translate to pre-2017 qualifications please follow this link: Pre 2017 Where will I be based? We have opportunities at the following manufacturing sites: •                Cork Electrical Instrumentation Mechanical automation and maintenance fitting (M.A.M.F) •                Dungarvan Electrical What our apprentices say about the engineering apprenticeship...  “I love the independence and the responsibility that I have.  For me this is the best way I could have gone about starting my career. I would 100% recommend choosing an apprenticeship. There is an endless amount of opportunities in a workplace like GSK.” “I have really enjoyed working in all different areas on the site learning my chosen trade from qualified engineers - this has given me the best training I could have asked for! “The most enjoyable part so far was probably the personal development week - it was great to do activities I never normally would and to also be around other apprentices in similar situations to me and compare all our thoughts and opinions on the apprenticeship programme. “It has been a great opportunity to prove myself.” When does the Apprenticeship start? Our apprenticeships start in September 2019. Benefits include:   •                A competitive base salary •                An annual bonus •                Benefit programmes benchmarked against industry standards •                A recognition programme to reward exceptional work by you and your team •                A performance and development programme •                Training and Development (including opportunities to attend events such as                    the Outward-Bound Course •                A nationally recognised level 6craft qualification Apply now: You’ll be asked for your personal information and why you want to work for us. We recommend you apply as soon as possible, because we accept ongoing applications and offer positions on a first come, first served basis. Watch a video to get to grips with our recruitment process Want to understand our whole recruitment process? Watch our  video here We’re 100% open to all talent We’re 100% open to all talent – whatever your gender, marital status, religion, age, colour, race, sexual orientation, nationality or disability. We want to recruit the right people for GSK from the widest possible backgrounds, so we can better serve the diversity of our patients and consumers. And also because it’s the right thing to do.
GlaxoSmithKline Cork, Ireland
05 Dec, 2018
Higher Apprenticeship
Making sure our products, processes and equipment are fit for purpose is an essential role in our business.  This latest apprenticeship from GSK provides technical capabilities in the manufacture, support and troubleshooting of new and existing drug products produced at our pharmaceutical production sites.  You will develop, execute and complete technical projects, resolve drug product related production and laboratory issues and look to continuously improve existing processes all of which are important steps in the supply chain, demonstrating that we are actively improving the quality of our customers’ lives by consistently delivering products of the highest possible quality. Achieve your career goals on our apprentice programme You’ll receive tailored on-the-job training from our in-house experts, combined with early responsibility to help you develop and progress.  You’ll be working towards nationally recognised qualifications- a foundation degree in Applied Chemical Science, through a combination of distance learning and college attendance.   And, if you show the qualities we are looking for, you may be offered the opportunity to go on to study for a full degree Working with both your line and programme manager we want to identify the right opportunities to help you succeed in the short term and throughout your career with us.  You will also be assigned a buddy or a mentor who will be there to offer support and guidance throughout your apprenticeship. What will you do? You can expect to work both individually (when appropriately trained) and as part of a team - taking responsibility for the quality, safety and accuracy of the work you undertake. You will be aligned to one of our manufacturing sites, combining on-the-job learning with a programme of training and development. Your role might involve: •                being part of a team introducing new equipment or processes •                writing technical reports and protocols for new equipment or processes •                running project meetings •                finding the root cause of problems •                identifying areas for improvement •                ensuring quality, safety and accuracy You’ll be excited by the thought of: •Gaining an understanding of a broad range of pharmaceutical equipment and processes as well as an understanding of their potential impact on product, quality and patient safety •Gaining an understanding of how to validate the processes and equipment to ensure they are fit for purpose •Developing an understanding of pharmaceutical regulatory requirements and their application within a pharmaceutical manufacturing environment. What qualifications do I need?   To be eligible for our Pharmaceutical Technical apprenticeship you will need To have or be predicted to have the following qualifications at Leaving Certificate: •                At least 6 subjects  •                A minimum of 20 points each in Maths and English  •                56 points in Chemistry and 56 points in one other subject •                At least 2 additional subjects (total of at least 6) •                Total number of points 192 minimum  To calculate how these translate to pre-2017 qualifications please follow this link: Pre 2017 Where will I be based? Cork What our apprentices say about the Pharmaceutical Technical apprenticeship... “Every day is different, from running my own projects to attending and hosting meetings or presenting proposed changes to other departments.  The apprenticeships structure puts you in control of projects rather than assisting a colleague, so don't expect to be running errands for others.” “I think that the apprenticeship has given me the confidence which I previously lacked. Before the apprenticeship I would have been very apprehensive of meeting new people and hosting meetings/presentations. Now I do so many that it doesn't affect me anymore.” “I had planned on going to university like my friends, but the more I researched the apprenticeship, the more it seemed like a better fit for me. Learning on the job, earning a salary, getting a degree without the student debt and getting a head start on the career ladder just made sense, so I went for it.” “Since I started as a Pharma Tech apprentice, I have enjoyed looking into all of the different roles that GSK offer to people, and gaining a greater understanding of how the site runs on a day to day basis.” When does the Apprenticeship start? Our apprenticeships start in September 2019. Benefits include:   •                A competitive base salary •                An annual bonus •                Benefit programmes benchmarked against industry standards •                A recognition programme to reward exceptional work by you and your team •                A performance and development programme •                Training and Development (including opportunities to attend events such as                   the Outward Bound •                A nationally recognised qualification Apply now: You’ll be asked for your personal information and why you want to work for us. We recommend you apply as soon as possible, because we accept ongoing applications and offer positions on a first come, first served basis. We’re 100% open to all talent We’re 100% open to all talent – whatever your gender, marital status, religion, age, colour, race, sexual orientation, nationality or disability. We want to recruit the right people for GSK from the widest possible backgrounds, so we can better serve the diversity of our patients and consumers. And also because it’s the right thing to do.
GlaxoSmithKline Montrose and Irvine
05 Dec, 2018
Higher Apprenticeship
If you have an interest in environmental protection, occupational health and safety at work, consider our Health and Safety apprenticeship programme. Our Environment Health, Safety (EHS) business turns our mission inward to help employees ‘do more, feel better, live longer’. We work hard to build a healthy, resilient, high-performing workforce and this includes ensuring our workplace is the best and safest it can be for our employees and the environment. As a Health and Safety apprentice you will have the chance to be part of this mission through a series of projects and job rotations. Achieve your career goals on our apprentice programme You’ll receive tailored on-the-job training from our in-house experts, combined with early responsibility to help you develop and progress.  You’ll be working towards a nationally recognised qualification – an NVQ Level 4 qualification in Health and Safety and GSK will sponsor you to complete a NEBOSH National Diploma in O Occupational Health and Safety, the first UK vocational qualification to be developed specifically for health and safety professionals. Working with both your line and programme manager we want to identify the right opportunities to help you succeed in the short term and throughout your career with us.  You will also be assigned a buddy or a mentor who will be there to offer support and guidance throughout your apprenticeship. What will you do? The Health and Safety apprenticeship will combine on-the-job learning with a programme of training and development. Your role might involve: •                Workplace assessments and advice to minimise risk. •                Planning and conducting audits/inspections and tracking actions to completion. •                Involvement in the investigation of incidents and supporting development of controls to                prevent recurrence. •                Documentation of the EHS management system. •                Checking new legislation for relevance to EHS •                Reviewing metrics used to monitor the EHS management system. •                Preparing, planning and delivering EHS awareness and promotional events. What qualifications do I need?  To be eligible for our health and safety apprenticeship you will need … To have or be predicted to achieve a minimum of 5 Scottish National 5 at grade A-C (or 5 Standard Grades at grades 1-3). Must include Maths and a Science subject and English at C/3 or above. 3 Scottish Highers at grade A-C (Maths, English and a relevant science) or equivalent to 96 UCAS points. Where will I be based? Offered at our Montrose and Irvine site What our apprentices say about the Health and safety apprenticeship... “I’ve found GSK a great place to learn and work. It’s a really positive culture to make your first steps within the business. “There are many people to look up to within the organisation that have been through a similar learning curve, and everyone is happy to support you and help you to get the most out of your time as a GSK apprentice. “ When does the Apprenticeship start? Our apprenticeships start in September 2019. Benefits include :    •                A competitive base salary •                An annual bonus •                Benefit programmes benchmarked against industry standards •                A recognition programme to reward exceptional work by you and your team •                A performance and development programme •                Training and Development (including opportunities to attend events such as the Outward   Bound •                A nationally recognised qualification Apply now:    When you apply, you’ll be asked for your personal information and why you want to work for us. We recommend you apply as soon as possible, because we accept ongoing applications and offer positions on a first come, first served basis. Watch a video to get to grips with our recruitment process Want to understand our whole recruitment process? Watch our  video here We’re 100% open to all talent We’re 100% open to all talent – whatever your gender, marital status, religion, age, colour, race, sexual orientation, nationality or disability. We want to recruit the right people for GSK from the widest possible backgrounds, so we can better serve the diversity of our patients and consumers. And also because it’s the right thing to do. Next steps in our application process: If you seem like a good fit based on your application form, we’ll invite you to complete our World of GSK online assessment. This will give us a better idea of your strengths and suitability for our apprentice programme. Please check your email daily to see if you’ve been chosen – and complete the World of GSK by the deadline given. If you succeed in the World of GSK, you’ll progress to the GSK Life job simulation. Following this, we will be looking back over the whole of your application so far to decide whether you meet the specific requirements of the programme in the country you have applied to. The final round is our Assessment Centre. We anticipate this will be in Feb-April.
GlaxoSmithKline Barnard Castle, Ware, Stevenage or Maidenhead
05 Dec, 2018
Higher Apprenticeship
Our laboratory science higher apprenticeship will equip you with the skills and knowledge to tackle a variety of scientific challenges working in our research and development or manufacturing laboratories – the heartbeat of our company. Achieve your career goals on our apprentice programme You’ll receive tailored on-the-job training from our in-house experts, combined with early responsibility to help you develop and progress.  You’ll be working towards a nationally recognised qualification- Studying for a Foundation degree (FdSc) in Chemical Science on our chemistry-based laboratory apprenticeship or a Foundation degree (FdSc) in Applied Bioscience,  on our biology-based apprenticeship. After completing the FdSc, most of our laboratory science apprentices go on to study for their BSc. We also have opportunities for a Lab Scientist, In vivo Biologist at our Ware site. Working with both your line and programme manager we want to identify the right opportunities to help you succeed in the short term and throughout your career with us.  You will also be assigned a buddy or a mentor who will be there to offer support and guidance throughout your apprenticeship. What will you do? We offer Laboratory Science Apprenticeships in either a manufacturing or a research & development (R&D) setting. The Laboratory Science apprenticeship will provide you with the opportunity to develop your skills and knowledge in a number of areas. These might include: •                Operating specialist laboratory equipment to test our products and raw materials •                Learning about the process each drug or product follows through to full scale manufacturing. •                Microbiological & environmental sampling and testing •                Operating specialist equipment to develop new products •                Drug delivery •                Synthetic and analytical chemistry •                Data analysis and interpretation •                Report writing You’ll be excited by the thought of developing your personal skills such as reasoning, communication, problem solving , team working, relationship building and influencing What qualifications do I need?  To be eligible for our Laboratory Science apprenticeship you will need:  • A minimum of 5 GCSEs or equivalent at grades 9-5 or A*-C, including English language (not literature), Science and Maths • To have achieved or be predicted to achieve a minimum of 96 UCAS points from your top 3 A-Levels (or equivalent) not including General Studies • An A Level grade C or above (or equivalent) in Chemistry or Biology depending on which apprenticeship you hope to study. N.B.  Chemistry A level is essential for the Maidenhead Lab apprenticeship. Where will I be based? You will be based at a site in either Barnard Castle, Ware, Stevenage or Maidenhead. What our apprentices say about the Laboratory apprenticeship... “It feels great to run experiments and they run successfully. Others in the lab are doing the same level of chemistry - I’m never treated differently in the team.”  “I’m so proud to get on to the programme. I still walk in and think wow! My biggest achievement is, while only a 3rd year Apprentice, I am already an Instrument Owner. There are only two owners across GSK, as it's a new technology." When does the Apprenticeship start? Our apprenticeships start in September 2019. Benefits include :    •                A competitive base salary •                An annual bonus •                Benefit programmes benchmarked against industry standards •                A recognition programme to reward exceptional work by you and your team •                A performance and development programme •                Training and Development (including opportunities to attend events such as the Outward    Bound •                A nationally recognised qualification Apply now: When you apply, you’ll be asked for your personal information and why you want to work for us. We recommend you apply as soon as possible, because we accept ongoing applications and offer positions on a first come, first served basis. Watch a video to get to grips with our recruitment process Want to understand our whole recruitment process? Watch our  video here We’re 100% open to all talent We’re 100% open to all talent – whatever your gender, marital status, religion, age, colour, race, sexual orientation, nationality or disability. We want to recruit the right people for GSK from the widest possible backgrounds, so we can better serve the diversity of our patients and consumers. And also, because it’s the right thing to do. Next steps in our application process: If you seem like a good fit based on your application form, we’ll invite you to complete our World of GSK online assessment. This will give us a better idea of your strengths and suitability for our apprentice programme. Please check your email daily to see if you’ve been chosen – and complete the World of GSK by the deadline given. If you succeed in the World of GSK, you’ll progress to the GSK Life job simulation. Following this, we will be looking back over the whole of your application so far to decide whether you meet the specific requirements of the programme in the country you have applied to. The final round is our Assessment Centre. We anticipate this will be in Feb-April.
GlaxoSmithKline Ware, UK
05 Dec, 2018
Higher Apprenticeship
Our laboratory science higher apprenticeship will equip you with the skills and knowledge to tackle a variety of scientific challenges working in our research and development or manufacturing laboratories – the heartbeat of our company. Achieve your career goals on our apprentice programme You’ll receive tailored on-the-job training from our in-house experts, combined with early responsibility to help you develop and progress.  You’ll be working towards a nationally recognised qualification- Studying for a Foundation degree (FdSc) in Applied bioscience technology Working with both your line and programme manager we want to identify the right opportunities to help you succeed in the short term and throughout your career with us.  You will also be assigned a buddy or a mentor who will be there to offer support and guidance throughout your apprenticeship. What will you do? ·       Learn skills to provide animal care, welfare and husbandry whilst also gaining the expertise to perform  in vivo  scientific procedures and knowledge of Animal Scientific Procedures Act ·       After appropriate training, you will be responsible for designing and conducting  in vivo  experiments ·       Biological sampling and associated data analysis and interpretation ·       Archive and manage samples ·       Operate specialist equipment to develop new products, technologies and processes ·       Report writing  You’ll be excited by the thought of: •      building your scientific knowledge •      learning how to prioritise and manage multiple projects, objectives and deadlines                • shaping your own development and choosing courses and opportunities in line with your needs and     interests •      learning new skills and concepts What qualifications do I need?  To be eligible for our Laboratory science apprenticeship you will need ……” a minimum of 5 GCSEs or equivalent at grades A*-C (9-5) including English language (not literature), Science and Maths must have/be predicted to achieve a minimum of 96 UCAS points from your top 3 A-Levels (or equivalent) not including General Studies you must have an A Level (or equivalent) at grade C in Biology Where will I be based? Ware What our apprentices say about the Laboratory Science apprenticeship...  “It feels great to run experiments and they run successfully. Others in the lab are doing the same level of chemistry - I’m never treated differently in the team.”  “I’m so proud to get on to the programme. I still walk in and think wow! My biggest achievement is, while only a 3rd year Apprentice, I am already an Instrument Owner. There are only two owners across GSK, as it's a new technology." When does the Apprenticeship start? Our apprenticeships start in September 2019. Benefits include :    •                A competitive base salary •                An annual bonus •                Benefit programmes benchmarked against industry standards •                A recognition programme to reward exceptional work by you and your team •                A performance and development programme •                Training and Development (including opportunities to attend events such as the Outward    Bound •                A nationally recognised qualification Apply now: When you apply, you’ll be asked for your personal information and why you want to work for us. We recommend you apply as soon as possible, because we accept ongoing applications and offer positions on a first come, first served basis. Watch a video to get to grips with our recruitment process Want to understand our whole recruitment process? Watch our  video here We’re 100% open to all talent We’re 100% open to all talent – whatever your gender, marital status, religion, age, colour, race, sexual orientation, nationality or disability. We want to recruit the right people for GSK from the widest possible backgrounds, so we can better serve the diversity of our patients and consumers. And also, because it’s the right thing to do. Next steps in our application process: If you seem like a good fit based on your application form, we’ll invite you to complete our World of GSK online assessment. This will give us a better idea of your strengths and suitability for our apprentice programme. Please check your email daily to see if you’ve been chosen – and complete the World of GSK by the deadline given. If you succeed in the World of GSK, you’ll progress to the GSK Life job simulation. Following this, we will be looking back over the whole of your application so far to decide whether you meet the specific requirements of the programme in the country you have applied to. The final round is our Assessment Centre. We anticipate this will be in Feb-April
GlaxoSmithKline Stevenage, UK
05 Dec, 2018
Degree Apprenticeship
Data Science is a broad and fast-moving field spanning maths and statistics, software engineering and communications.  Data Scientists blend experience and knowledge from a wide range of fields and organisations, and continuously seek to expand their range of technical skills. At our GSK’s R&D hub at Stevenage, Computational Biology supports drug discovery and development through the integrative analysis of internal and/or external biomedical data Achieve your career goals on our apprentice programme You’ll receive tailored on-the-job training from our in-house experts, combined with early responsibility to help you develop and progress.   You’ll be working towards a degree (BSc) in Data Science which will take up to 36 months. Your degree will be funded by GSK and studies will be blended, combining online study with face to face lectures at Anglia Ruskin University Cambridge campus. Working with both your line and programme manager we want to identify the right opportunities to help you succeed in the short term and throughout your career with us.  You will be assigned a buddy or a mentor who will be there to offer support and guidance throughout your apprenticeship. What will you do? At GSK our data analysis competencies are quite diverse and can include: genetics and genomics analyses (e.g. gene expression, integrative omics, functional genomics), pathways and networks analyses, disease indications findings, molecular evolution.  Also you will be; Analysing biomedical data, especially genomics data, to support drug discovery with a focus on target identification and validation in immunology and oncology ·       Developing and delivering support and guidance materials for new and non-expert users to access and use deployed genomics and bioinformatics data and solutions ·       Contribute to AI and machine learning projects that drive insight into multiple phases of the drug development pipeline from target identification and validation to later phases. You’ll be excited by the thought of: ·       Working in an area that results in impacting development of new medicines for important diseases of unmet medical need. ·       Working on a variety of data analysis competencies and building your scientific knowledge, on a tailored development programme  ·       Learning how to prioritise and manage multiple projects, objectives and deadlines with high                      attention to detail ·       Shaping your own development ·       Learning new data skills and concepts What qualifications do I need?  To be eligible for our Clinical Trials apprenticeship you will need: To be eligible for our Data Science apprenticeship programme, you will need: At least 5 GCSEs at grade C/grade 4 or above (or equivalent), which must include English Language and Maths. A level Mathematics at grade B or above. Alternatively other STEM subjects such as Physics or Computer Science may be considered 120 UCAS points or equivalent Where will I be based? You will be based at GSK’s R&D hub at Stevenage, Hertfordshire When does the Apprenticeship start? Our apprenticeships start in September 2019. Benefits include :    •                A competitive base salary •                An annual bonus •                Benefit programmes benchmarked against industry standards •                A recognition programme to reward exceptional work by you and your team •                A performance and development programme •                Training and Development (including opportunities to attend events such as the Outward    Bound •                A nationally recognised qualification Apply now: When you apply, you’ll be asked for your personal information and why you want to work for us. We recommend you apply as soon as possible, because we accept ongoing applications and offer positions on a first come, first served basis. Watch a video to get to grips with our recruitment process Want to understand our whole recruitment process? Watch our  video here . We’re 100% open to all talent We’re 100% open to all talent – whatever your gender, marital status, religion, age, colour, race, sexual orientation, nationality or disability. We want to recruit the right people for GSK from the widest possible backgrounds, so we can better serve the diversity of our patients and consumers. And also because it’s the right thing to do. Next steps in our application process: If you seem like a good fit based on your application form, we’ll invite you to complete our World of GSK online assessment. This will give us a better idea of your strengths and suitability for our apprentice programme. Please check your email daily to see if you’ve been chosen – and complete the World of GSK by the deadline given. If you succeed in the World of GSK, you’ll progress to the GSK Life job simulation. Following this, we will be looking back over the whole of your application so far to decide whether you meet the specific requirements of the programme in the country you have applied to. The final round is our Assessment Centre. We anticipate this will be in Feb-April
GlaxoSmithKline Montrose, Irvine, Barnard Castle or Ware
05 Dec, 2018
Advanced Apprenticeship
Our manufacturing apprenticeship is designed to create the manufacturing technicians of the future. As a manufacturing apprentice you will develop the skills and knowledge required to operate the systems and equipment that produce our pharmaceutical products - from chemical processing to tablet and syrup manufacturing or pharmaceutical packaging. Achieve your career goals on our apprentice programme You’ll receive tailored on-the-job training from our in-house experts, combined with early responsibility to help you develop and progress.  You’ll be working towards nationally recognised qualifications- working towards a level 3 NVQ / SVQ qualification and an HNC with the potential to go on to further study. Working with both your line and programme manager we want to identify the right opportunities to help you succeed in the short term and throughout your career with us.  You will also be assigned a buddy or a mentor who will be there to offer support and guidance throughout your apprenticeship. What will you do? During the apprenticeship you will study the theory of pharmaceutical production, first touch engineering and lean manufacturing as well as safety and risk management. You will complete a series of on-site job rotations, learning how to operate the different equipment that makes our pharmaceutical products. You can expect to work both individually (when appropriately trained) and as part of a manufacturing team - taking responsibility for the quality, safety and accuracy of the work you undertake. Your apprenticeship will combine on-the-job learning with a programme of training and development. Your role may involve: •                Identifying areas for improvement •                Root causing problems •                Supporting manufacturing processes •                Ensuring quality, safety and accuracy What qualifications do I need?  To be eligible for our manufacturing apprenticeship you will need: • England:   to have achieved/predicted to achieve a minimum of five GCSEs or equivalent at grade C (4/5) or above, including Maths, English Language (not literature) and a Science subject. • Montrose, Scotland:   to have achieved/be predicted to achieve a minimum of 5 Scottish National 5 at grade A-C (or 5 Standard Grades at grades 1-3) including Maths, English and a Science subject. • Irvine, Scotland:   to have achieved/predicted to achieve a minimum of 5 Scottish National 5 at grade A-C (or 5 Standard Grades at grades 1-3) or equivalent including Maths, English and a Science subject.  Plus one Scottish Higher grade (A-C) pass preferably in Maths or a Science. Where will I be based? At one of the following GSK manufacturing sites - Montrose, Irvine, Barnard Castle or Ware What our apprentices say about the Manufacturing apprenticeship... ” Although I sat my A-levels I decided not to go to university.  My apprenticeship has allowed me to pursue a career in a field I am passionate about whilst being paid to learn. “I enjoy having the opportunity to meet new people and be given the responsibility to use your initiative and manage your own time accordingly. It is really interesting seeing other GSK sites and I have learnt a lot attending personal development courses.” When does the Apprenticeship start? Our apprenticeships start in September 2019. Benefits include :    •                A competitive base salary •                An annual bonus •                Benefit programmes benchmarked against industry standards •                A recognition programme to reward exceptional work by you and your team •                A performance and development programme •                Training and Development (including opportunities to attend events such as the Outward    Bound •                A nationally recognised qualification Apply now: When you apply, you’ll be asked for your personal information and why you want to work for us. We recommend you apply as soon as possible, because we accept ongoing applications and offer positions on a first come, first served basis. Watch a video to get to grips with our recruitment process Want to understand our whole recruitment process? Watch our  video here .
GlaxoSmithKline England: Barnard Castle, Maidenhead, Worthing and Ware Scotland: Montrose and Irvine
05 Dec, 2018
Advanced Apprenticeship
Engineers at GSK are responsible for designing, maintaining and improving our leading-edge manufacturing & R&D facilities that deliver life-saving treatments. Our multi-skilled engineering apprenticeship programmes are designed to create the technicians and engineers of the future. As an engineering apprentice, you will have the opportunity to develop mechanical, electrical, instrumentation, control & automation skills in either our R&D or manufacturing facilities. Achieve your career goals on our apprentice programme You’ll receive tailored on-the-job training combined with early responsibility to help you develop and progress.   You’ll be working towards nationally recognised qualifications while gaining valuable, paid work experience. Depending on your entry qualifications, you will study towards an advanced, higher or degree apprenticeship standard. Working with both your line and programme manager we want to identify the right opportunities to help you succeed in the short term and throughout your career with us.  You will be assigned a buddy or a mentor if you are offered a role and they  will be there to offer support and guidance throughout your apprenticeship. If you show the qualities, we are looking for you may be offered the opportunity to go on to study for an HND or degree in engineering. What will you do? We offer Engineering Apprenticeships in either a manufacturing or a research & development (R&D) setting.   Our Engineering apprenticeship can last up to four years.  The higher and degree apprentices’ study one day a week while advanced apprentices’ study full time for the first year. When not studying you will be learning new skills with our engineering teams.  Your apprenticeship will combine on-the-job learning with a programme of training and development. You will: •                Develop mechanical, electrical, instrumentation and automation skills •                Learn how to maintain production equipment •                Carry out routine maintenance •                Fault find, diagnose and resolve breakdowns •                Help design, install and test new equipment What qualifications do I need?  To be eligible for our Engineering apprenticeship you will need: Advanced apprenticeship: England :  a minimum of 5 GCSEs or equivalent at A*-C (4-9) including Maths and Science at grade 5 or higher and English Language (not Literature) at grade 4 or higher. Scotland : Must have/be predicted to achieve a minimum of five Scottish National 5s at grade A-C (or five standard grades at grades 1-3).   Must include Maths at a B or above and a Science subject, and English language (not literature) at C or above Higher apprenticeship: For a higher apprenticeship you will need the entry requirements as advanced apprenticeship above plus: BTEC 3 in Engineering or A levels in Maths and/or Physics and/or Engineering. Degree apprenticeship: For a degree apprenticeship you will need the GCSE entry requirements as for advanced and higher apprenticeships and have or be predicted to achieve a minimum of 96 UCAS points from your top 3 A ‘levels or equivalent including Maths and ideally Physics. Where will I be based? We have opportunities at the following manufacturing sites: •                England: Barnard Castle, Maidenhead, Worthing and Ware •                Scotland: Montrose and Irvine What our apprentices say about the Engineering apprenticeship... “I have really enjoyed working in all different areas on the site learning my chosen trade from qualified engineers - this has given me the best training I could have asked for!” “The most enjoyable part so far was probably the personal development week  - it was great to do activities I never normally would and to also be around other apprentices in similar situations to me and compare all our thoughts and opinions on the apprenticeship programme.” “I have enjoyed the challenge of managing my work load to ensure I keep on top of the college assignments as well as my practical learning.  It has been a great opportunity to prove myself.” When does the Apprenticeship start? Our apprenticeships start in September 2019. Benefits include:   •                A competitive base salary •                An annual bonus •                Benefit programmes benchmarked against industry standards •                A recognition programme to reward exceptional work by you and your team •                A performance and development programme •                Training and Development (including opportunities to attend events such as                   the Outward Bound •                A nationally recognised qualification Apply now: When you apply, you’ll be asked for your personal information and why you want to work for us. We recommend you apply as soon as possible, because we accept ongoing applications and offer positions on a first come, first served basis. Watch a video to get to grips with our recruitment process Want to understand our whole recruitment process? Watch our  video here . We’re 100% open to all talent We’re 100% open to all talent – whatever your gender, marital status, religion, age, colour, race, sexual orientation, nationality or disability. We want to recruit the right people for GSK from the widest possible backgrounds, so we can better serve the diversity of our patients and consumers. And also because it’s the right thing to do. Next steps in our application process: If you seem like a good fit based on your application form, we’ll invite you to complete our World of GSK online assessment. This will give us a better idea of your strengths and suitability for our apprentice programme. Please check your email daily to see if you’ve been chosen – and complete the World of GSK by the deadline given. If you succeed in the World of GSK, you’ll progress to the GSK Life job simulation. Following this, we will be looking back over the whole of your application so far to decide whether you meet the specific requirements of the programme in the country you have applied to. The final round is our Assessment Centre. We anticipate this will be in Feb-April
GlaxoSmithKline Montrose, UK
05 Dec, 2018
Higher Apprenticeship
Making sure our products, processes and equipment are fit for purpose is an essential role in our business.  This latest apprenticeship from GSK provides technical capabilities in the manufacture, support and troubleshooting of new and existing drug products produced at our pharmaceutical production sites.  You will develop, execute and complete technical projects, resolve drug product related production and laboratory issues and look to continuously improve existing processes all of which are important steps in the supply chain, demonstrating that we are actively improving the quality of our customers’ lives by consistently delivering products of the highest possible quality. Achieve your career goals on our apprentice programme You’ll receive tailored on-the-job training from our in-house experts, combined with early responsibility to help you develop and progress.  You’ll be working towards nationally recognised qualifications- a foundation degree in Applied Chemical Science, through a combination of distance learning and college attendance.   And, if you show the qualities we are looking for, you may be offered the opportunity to go on to study for a full degree Working with both your line and programme manager we want to identify the right opportunities to help you succeed in the short term and throughout your career with us.  You will also be assigned a buddy or a mentor who will be there to offer support and guidance throughout your apprenticeship. What will you do? You can expect to work both individually (when appropriately trained) and as part of a team - taking responsibility for the quality, safety and accuracy of the work you undertake. You will be aligned to one of our manufacturing sites, combining on-the-job learning with a programme of training and development. Your role might involve: •                being part of a team introducing new equipment or processes •                writing technical reports and protocols for new equipment or processes •                running project meetings •                finding the root cause of problems •                identifying areas for improvement •                ensuring quality, safety and accuracy You’ll be excited by the thought of: •Gaining an understanding of a broad range of pharmaceutical equipment and processes as well as an understanding of their potential impact on product, quality and patient safety •Gaining an understanding of how to validate the processes and equipment to ensure they are fit for purpose •Developing an understanding of pharmaceutical regulatory requirements and their application within a pharmaceutical manufacturing environment. What qualifications do I need?  To be eligible for our Pharmaceutical Technical apprenticeship you will need : England: • A minimum of five GCSEs or equivalent at grade 4/5 or C and above, including at least a 5 in Maths and Science and a 4 in English language (not literature). • You must have or be expected to achieve 96 UCAS points (or 240 in the 2017 tariff) from your top three A-levels (or equivalent). Your A-Levels must include Chemistry grade C or above.  BTEC in Applied Science is acceptable as long as it meets the UCAS requirement Scotland: • Five Scottish National 5 at grade A-C (or five Scottish standard grades 1-3).  Must include Maths at a B/2 or above and a Science subject and English at C/3 or above.  •You must have or be expected to achieve the equivalent of 96 UCAS points or 240 in the 2017 tariff from Scottish Highers. Your Highers must include Chemistry. Where will I be based? The programme runs at a number of our manufacturing sites including Montrose. What our apprentices say about the Pharmaceutical Technical apprenticeship... “Since I started as a Pharma Tech apprentice, I have enjoyed looking into all of the different roles that GSK offer to people and gaining a greater understanding of how the site runs on a day to day basis.” When does the Apprenticeship start? Our apprenticeships start in September 2019. Benefits include :    •                A competitive base salary •                An annual bonus •                Benefit programmes benchmarked against industry standards •                A recognition programme to reward exceptional work by you and your team •                A performance and development programme •                Training and Development (including opportunities to attend events such as the Outward Bound •                A nationally recognised qualification Apply now: When you apply, you’ll be asked for your personal information and why you want to work for us. We recommend you apply as soon as possible, because we accept ongoing applications and offer positions on a first come, first served basis. Watch a video to get to grips with our recruitment process Want to understand our whole recruitment process? Watch our  video here . We’re 100% open to all talent We’re 100% open to all talent – whatever your gender, marital status, religion, age, colour, race, sexual orientation, nationality or disability. We want to recruit the right people for GSK from the widest possible backgrounds, so we can better serve the diversity of our patients and consumers. And also, because it’s the right thing to do. Next steps in our application process: If you seem like a good fit based on your application form, we’ll invite you to complete our World of GSK online assessment. This will give us a better idea of your strengths and suitability for our apprentice programme. Please check your email daily to see if you’ve been chosen – and complete the World of GSK by the deadline given. If you succeed in the World of GSK, you’ll progress to the GSK Life job simulation. Following this, we will be looking back over the whole of your application so far to decide whether you meet the specific requirements of the programme in the country you have applied to. The final round is our Assessment Centre. We anticipate this will be in March/April
GlaxoSmithKline Maidenhead, Barnard Castle and Ware manufacturing sites
05 Dec, 2018
Higher Apprenticeship
As a manufacturing science apprentice, you will develop skills and knowledge in GSK pharmaceutical &/or consumer healthcare processes and products. You will learn how our products are made to be able to confidently support routine production, new product introduction (NPI) & validation as well as process improvement work.  Depending on your preferences, strengths and ambition, this holistic apprenticeship could lead in many career directions including manufacturing or NPI technologist, operations management and operational quality. Achieve your career goals on our apprentice programme You’ll receive tailored on-the-job training from our in-house experts, combined with early responsibility to help you develop and progress.  You’ll be working towards a nationally recognised qualification – a foundation degree (FdSc) in Chemical Science - while gaining valuable, paid work experience. There is the potential for the 3 year apprenticeship to be extended to 5 years to incorporate a full Bachelor’s degree. Working with both your line and programme manager we want to identify the right opportunities to help you succeed in the short term and throughout your career with us.  You will also be assigned a buddy or a mentor who will be there to offer support and guidance throughout your apprenticeship. What will you do? You will work across the site (including Pilot Plant in Ware) combining on-the-job learning with a programme of training and development. Your role will involve: supporting the design, introduction, validation and commissioning of new process equipment and products working as part of a team of technical scientists and manufacturing technicians supporting complex manufacturing processes - ensuring quality, safety and accuracy Analysing process data  Owning and delivering improvement and optimisation projects You’ll be excited by the thought of working collaboratively with colleagues from technical, laboratory, validation, engineering, logistics and planning. What qualifications do I need?  To be eligible for our Manufacturing Scientist apprenticeship you will need… To have/be predicted to achieve a minimum of 5 GCSEs or equivalent, four of which should be at grade 5 (A*-C) or higher and including Maths and Science and grade 4 (C) or higher for English Language (not literature). To have/be predicted to achieve a minimum of 96 UCAS points from top 3 A Levels including Chemistry or Applied Science at C or above. N.B. BTEC in Applied Science is acceptable as long as it meets the UCAS requirement. Where will I be based? At our Maidenhead, Barnard Castle and Ware manufacturing sites What our apprentices say about the Manufacturing Science apprenticeship... “It’s a great feeling knowing that the work you’re doing is being used to improve GSK technologies and supporting clinical trials. In my second year, I am already working with other teams in developing our processes to be even better than last year.” When does the Apprenticeship start? Our apprenticeships start in September 2019. Benefits include :    •                A competitive base salary •                An annual bonus •                Benefit programmes benchmarked against industry standards •                A recognition programme to reward exceptional work by you and your team •                A performance and development programme •                Training and Development (including opportunities to attend events such as the Outward   Bound •                A nationally recognised qualification Apply now: When you apply, you’ll be asked for your personal information and why you want to work for us. We recommend you apply as soon as possible, because we accept ongoing applications and offer positions on a first come, first served basis. Watch a video to get to grips with our recruitment process Want to understand our whole recruitment process? Watch our  video here We’re 100% open to all talent We’re 100% open to all talent – whatever your gender, marital status, religion, age, colour, race, sexual orientation, nationality or disability. We want to recruit the right people for GSK from the widest possible backgrounds, so we can better serve the diversity of our patients and consumers. And also, because it’s the right thing to do. Next steps in our application process: If you seem like a good fit based on your application form, we’ll invite you to complete our World of GSK online assessment. This will give us a better idea of your strengths and suitability for our apprentice programme. Please check your email daily to see if you’ve been chosen – and complete the World of GSK by the deadline given. If you succeed in the World of GSK, you’ll progress to the GSK Life job simulation. Following this, we will be looking back over the whole of your application so far to decide whether you meet the specific requirements of the programme in the country you have applied to. The final round is our Assessment Centre. We anticipate this will be in Feb-April