About Mace

Mace is an international consultancy and construction company, founded on exceptional people, a commitment to service excellence and a deep-rooted entrepreneurial spirit. Together we strive to build more efficiently, more sustainably, more intelligently and more economically – to create cities and communities that don’t just function, but inspire.

We currently have over 5,500 employees in over 70 countries, working across our four core services of programme and project management, construction delivery, cost consultancy and facilities management.

We have delivered iconic projects in the UK such as The Shard, the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, Heathrow Terminal 5, Birmingham New Street, the Tate Modern Extension and the Emirates Airline. And we are currently working on impressive projects such as the Television Centre, Battersea Power Station and the Manchester Business School. Internationally we are also delivering projects such as Expo 2020 in Dubai and Landmark 81 in Vietnam.

At Mace our clients are, and always will be, at the very heart of what we do. We pride ourselves on our agile, responsive way of doing business which focuses on our clients’ needs. Our people are renowned throughout the industry for always going the extra mile. It is this customised service and deep understanding of our clients which adds greater value and builds lasting relationships.

Whilst gaining a qualification and earning salary, our Apprentices have worked on iconic projects such as the Shard, the British Museum and Birmingham New Street Station. We are looking for enthusiastic people who want a career that will allow them to grow, develop and leave a legacy!

Mace Bristol, UK
11 Feb, 2019
Higher Apprenticeship
Vacancy Description This Apprenticeship is based in Bristol. Entry requirements for this role are 120 UCAS points (for qualifications achieved after 2017) or 300 UCAS points (for qualifications achieved before 2017). Overview   Mace has joined with Turner & Townsend and our strategic partner EY, to form Paragon - a joint venture to provide the role of Commercial Delivery Partner to Defence Equipment & Support (DE&S). DE&S are a vital part of the Ministry of Defence, which manage and deliver complex projects that equip and support the UK’s Armed Forces through both current and future operations. You could be involved in a vast array of exciting projects, varying in scale and budget, from procuring supplies to submarines, from helmets to helicopters. Consequently, projects can last from months to decades and budgets from thousands to billions. This is a great opportunity to start a career in managing procurement working with a high profile client.   The Role    As a Procurement Apprentice you will be based in the DE&S offices in Bristol, supporting the work in managing significant procurement and purchasing activity including:   ·         assisting the development and implementation of contract management plans, compliance and obligations matrices ·         working with colleagues to manage how suppliers are delivering on contracts for goods and services. ·         carrying out Contract Management, filing and contract administration activities. ·         general administration, booking visitors, meeting rooms, and arranging facilities for events; ·         preparing data and information to support management decisions in regards to selecting suppliers   Qualifications    You will be supported in studying and working towards achieving a Level 4 Diploma from the Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply (CIPS), which can then lead to full membership and Chartered Status.
Mace London, UK
11 Feb, 2019
Advanced Apprenticeship
Vacancy Description This role will be based at our client premises within London. Entry requirements for this role are 120 UCAS points (for qualifications achieved after 2017) or 300 UCAS points (for qualifications achieved before 2017) The Service Clients are increasingly taking advantage of Mace’s growing facilities management business, Macro. This has seen us apply our effective management skills, derived from years of delivering highly complex construction projects, to help run a company’s property, from managing costs to maximising the workforce. We support clients to build new premises, optimise their existing properties or handle the everyday maintenance and services. We oversee a wide range of premises on behalf of clients, from commercial offices and government buildings to cultural landmarks. Acting as either a managing agent or principal contractor, we build a service delivery model around the specific needs of our clients, taking complete responsibility of cost and service quality. Areas that we manage include catering, cleaning, maintenance and security – whatever a client’s needs might be. Macro is currently employed in sectors such as technology, industrial, pharmaceutical, arts and culture, and public buildings. The Role Facilities Management is essentially the on-going management of a built project after completion. This integrated multidisciplinary field is devoted to the coordination of space, infrastructure, people and organisation. As a Facilities Management Apprentice you will assisting senior members of staff with: -       Effectively implementing and managing the day-to-day delivery of facilities  -       The management of people and processes -       Ensuring that services are delivered to agreed levels and standards -       Updating management reports and administrative documents -       Managing relationships with key client stakeholders and personnel. In this role your people management and influencing skills will be strengthened as you work with a wide range of stakeholders, including colleagues, clients, and delivery service staff.   Qualifications You will be supported through a Level 3 Diploma in Facilities Management
Mace London, Birmingham, Manchester
31 Oct, 2018
Degree Apprenticeship
What is Cost Consultancy? Cost consultancy is the management and procurement of a construction project predominantly but not limited to cost and contract management. Cost Consultants may often be referred to as professional quantity surveyors (PQS) or Cost Managers. Their role is to represent the client and protect the client’s interest within the clients design team. They are involved in every stage of a construction project from early inception through to final delivery with a main contractor. Their role includes working with a client or developer to estimate the initial cost of a proposed build, to managing the setting up of contracts and the post contract financial management between the client and the main contractor of construction projects. The Role This role is predominantly based within Mace or client offices, with regular site visits. As an Apprentice Cost Consultant you will be assisting the Lead Cost Consultant with a variety of responsibilities, including: Developing an understanding of the procurement process to realise best value Helping our clients to understand the potential costs of construction projects Assisting the team with producing feasibility estimates, cost estimates and cost plans Assisting the team with building measurements and design assessments Assisting with the management of costs through the construction phase of the project by regular reporting and monitoring Management of project design and cost changes during construction Conducting site valuations and payments to the main contractor Assisting the clients team with implementing the construction contract Qualifications You will be sponsored through a five-year part-time BSc degree in quantity surveying. We will provide support and mentoring to develop your experience and achieve Membership of the Membership of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors in around 6 years after you start work. Locations Cost Consultancy apprenticeships are available in Birmingham, Manchester and London Minimum requirements Grade BBB from three A Levels (or equivalent UCAS points) or a construction-related Level 3 BTEC Diploma at DDM grade or above Six GCSEs grade C or above including mathematics and english (reformed GCSEs grade 4 or above) We welcome qualifications from around the world: IELTS score of 6.0 or Cambridge Proficiency or Advanced Grade C In addition to the minimum requirements, candidates must have: Analytical and problem-solving skills Strong attention to detail The ability to work effectively in a team Excellent verbal and written communication skills Experience in Excel Drive to achieve results. A commitment to delivering all tasks to a high quality standard