M&G Plc (formerly Prudential) graduate, internship and apprenticeship schemes are designed to train and develop the people who could shape the future of the organisation. It doesn’t matter what you’ve studied before – they are looking for people who demonstrate energy and determination and who are excited to work in a fast-moving workplace.
The following apprenticeship positions are being advertised in Stirling and Edinburgh, please click on them for more information, and to apply now :
Service Management Support
Customer Experience Improvement
Sales Support Executive
Software Developer X 2 (Sales Force system)
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Project Engineer Apprentice Opportunity
Are you a tenacious problem-solver, who’s proud of getting a great job done and someone who shows integrity, respect for others and, above all, a passion for learning something new every day, then Diageo want to hear from you.
Diageo want to give any young person the chance to have a virtual chat with members of their engineering team who will help bring this opportunity to life and are particularly keen to identify and speak to females, who may have never considered an apprenticeship.
This four year apprenticeship has been structured to get the very best out of you, blending academic study with work based learning. You will be employed full time, spending 4 days a week in the workplace and 1 day a week at university. You will finish your apprenticeship with a degree in Engineering: Instrumentation, Measurement and Control (IMC) and the knowledge, understanding, skills and competence required to progress into a career in Engineering or Project Management.
Given the successful candidate will be working full time and studying towards a degree, Diageo are keen to interview ASAP with a view to the successful candidate joining the business at the end of August to start university in September (subject to change given the unpredictable situation at the moment).
"Diageo apprentices have the best of all worlds. Our on-site, fast-learning programmes are perfect for people who are curious and have a willingness to learn. If you want to gain a work based degree in Engineering that will set you up for a career to be proud of, you’re in the right place. With everything you can learn here and the long-term opportunities we have to offer, the Diageo Project Engineer apprenticeship could just be the best decision you’ve ever made."
If you are passionate about engineering, problem solving, technology and finding innovative solutions then email Gillian direct: Gillian.Dalziel@diageo.com to have a conversation that might be the start of you exploring an alternative pathway.
JOB TYPE: Apprenticeship
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW: Minimum requirements are Maths, English, science or a craft subject at standard grade level 4 or above, national 4 or above and intermediates will also be accepted.
As an apprentice you will be employed from the start of your training, allowing you to earn a wage whilst you learn new skills and gain a qualification. You will be working towards a recognised qualification, skilled employment and greater career prospects.
Warehousing apprentices are based within a warehouse environment, getting involved in receiving goods from deliveries, placing goods in storage and processing orders from dispatch to customers. Assembling orders for dispatch and dispatching goods for delivery will also be part of the course.
GTG Training provides students with the best training environment to develop skills, together with full time employment opportunities to help develop skills further. Regular assessments and reviews will ensure apprentices achieve the required skills to successfully complete their modern apprenticeship.
Find out more and apply here.