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Finning seek next generation of engineers

Finning apprentices

Nationwide engineering apprenticeships available in equipment and power solutions divisions

FINNING UK & Ireland are searching for the next generation of engineers with their award-winning apprenticeship programme, which is now open for new applicants. The company has a range of opportunities available, across the UK and Ireland, in its equipment and power solutions divisions.

A number of apprenticeships are up for grabs in England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. The recruitment process, beginning online, will last between three and six months, with the successful candidates starting their new roles in September 2021.

Young people with a passion for a career in construction, power generation or technology are encouraged to apply. The deadline for applications is 28 February 2021.

Shortlisted candidates will be invited to take place in an apprentice day, which will likely be held virtually to ensure the candidates’ safety, where they will complete a series of exercises and be invited to a discussion with a member of the Finning team about their future career prospects. Successful candidates will be offered a four-year apprenticeship working in the company’s equipment or power solutions division.

‘Last year we had over 300 applicants for our apprenticeship programme and, since then, we’ve been awarded a place in the Top 100 Apprenticeship Employers,’ commented Marsha Myles, apprenticeship programme manager at Finning UK & Ireland.

‘We would encourage anyone interested in kickstarting their career in engineering to apply, and we actively encourage diversity amongst our workforce. In fact, four of last year’s 14 apprentices were female, and we’d love to see even higher numbers in this year’s cohort.’

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