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HEINEKEN Engineering Apprentice applications are now being taken for Tadcaster location

Do you have a friend or family member who has the potential to be Heineken’s future Engineering Manager? Send them this information below and let them know about the current opportunities on offer.

The 4-year engineering apprenticeships are offering an attractive £15,968 first-year salary, as well as an award-winning double matched pension plus a fantastic benefits package.

Starting in September 2020, the successful candidates will work towards a level 3 Food & Drink Engineering Maintenance Apprenticeship standard and also achieve a Level 3 Diploma in Food and Drink Engineering Maintenance.

The apprenticeship will cover topics such as: mechanical maintenance, electrical maintenance, materials science, control systems, instrumentation, fluid and thermodynamics, servos and variable speed drives, continuous improvement, food safety and quality.

The apprenticeship programme will be delivered by Midland Group Training Services (MGTS) and will be based at Reaseheath College in Cheshire for a portion of each year of the apprenticeship.

Heineken will cover the costs of accommodation and meals for an apprentice at college. Due to the technical elements involved in the learning, Heineken have released the requirement that all applicants have 5 GSCE’s or equivalent – including at least a level 6 in Maths and a level 4 in English.

Liam, a current employee and apprentice has said: “If you are looking at pursuing a career in Engineering, an Apprenticeship is a brilliant place to begin the journey. You are able to gain hands-on experience whilst getting paid to do so! Your training costs are covered and you will gain nationally-recognised qualification to a trade. You also have the opportunity to work your way into different areas of Engineering and gain higher level qualifications funded by the company.”

Applications can be submitted via Heineken’s external website address at www.heineken.co.uk/careers.

Heineken has asked that all applicants submit a covering letter with their application, stating why they want to join the engineering apprenticeship scheme.

Applications will close Sunday 29th March 2020.

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