Higher Apprenticeship - Engineering - Derby

Reference number: 00064600, Date added: 01-Sep

Get paid. Get experience. Get a degree.

 

Rolls-Royce Higher Apprenticeships

Engineering

 

Here is the theory. Engineers go to university, get a degree then start their career. We say think differently. Join our Higher Apprenticeship scheme and while you are working towards a graduate-level education, you will also be getting invaluable real-world experience. By the time you finish the scheme, you will have achieved at least a Foundation degree and be ready practically to start taking your development way beyond that.

 

All the way through your Higher Apprenticeship, you will be working alongside real engineering professionals. You will get a firm foundation in engineering principles, before going on to mentored placements in different areas of the company, typically lasting four months each.

 

Working across everything from civil engineering to defence services, you will enjoy on and off-the-job training, a competitive salary and opportunities to progress within our Engineering function. Roles available in this area include Technician, Technologist and Design/Stress Engineer. How far you go in any of these is up to you and your ambitions.

 

Rolls-Royce is a global company, providing integrated power solutions for customers in the civil and defence aerospace and marine markets. It's the perfect place to launch your big thoughts, ambitions and aspirations. You could soon be on your way to a challenging and rewarding career that?s full of potential.

 

What you will get

Get paid

  • A salary starting from around £11,875 dependent on role and location 
  • A competitive pension, and 33 days holiday per year (inclusive of Bank Holidays)

 

Get experienced

  • Career support from day one
  • Learn alongside world-class engineers
  • Develop confidence and teamwork skills on our Outward Bound programme

 

Get qualified

  • Earn valuable qualifications: (NVQ/SVQs Level 4 or 5 in Engineering Leadership, among other qualifications) - with funded studies to HNC, HND or Foundation degree level