Civil Engineering (Degree) Apprentice
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£18,065 (£9.36 per hour)
Your normal place of work will be County Hall, Durham, but you may be required to work at any Council workplace within County Durham
As a Civil Engineering Degree Apprentice, you will develop skills, knowledge and experience working in Highway Services.
x2 posts will be based primarily within the Traffic Assets and Streetworks team.
x1 post will be based primarily within the Structures team.
The structured training programme will enable you to gain experience, further education and broad base skills within Highway Design, Structures Design, Street Lighting Design, Estimating, Programme and Planning with regard to the construction and maintenance of highways, street lighting and structures.
The apprenticeship will be based in County Hall, Durham but you may be required to work at any council workplace within County Durham.
You will be studying towards the Civil Engineer (Degree) Level 6 via Teesside University or Northumbria University.
You must have or expect to achieve a Level 3 qualification meeting 120 UCAS points, one of which must be Mathematics at Grade B/6 and another analytical science subject (or recognised equivalent) and a Level 2 qualification covering English and Maths e.g. GCSE grade 4 or above including functional skills.
You must be able to manage your time effectively and be able to organise your workload.
Further information about this apprenticeship can be found in the supporting documents section.
If you require any additional information on the roles based within the Traffic Assets and Streetworks team please contact: email: email@example.com or tel: 03000 263982
If you require any additional information on the role based within the Structures team please contact: email: firstname.lastname@example.org or tel: 03000 265272
It is anticipated that interviews will be held (between 3rd and 14th August 2020)
As a disability confident employer, we are committed to employing disabled people and people with health conditions making reasonable adjustments to support disabled applicants when required.
Apply on-line via the jobs portal or for further assistance contact Payroll and Employee Services on telephone no. 03000 263154 / 264469/ 264086/ 266148 or email PESNCC@durham.gov.uk
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