12 Apr 2022

British Steel recruiting 40 apprentices in Scunthorpe and Teesside

British Steel is undertaking the biggest transformation in its history – and you can be a part of it.

We’re on the lookout for 40 new apprentices to join our business in Scunthorpe and Teesside.

The successful applicants will enrol on 3-year training programmes for Engineering roles (Mechanical, Electrical and Fabrication & Welding Trades) and Technical positions.

Heather Bateman, Early Careers Advisor, said: “We have a rich history of recruiting apprentices into our business, so we’re delighted to be maintaining this tradition. The successful candidates will get first-class training from our highly-skilled employees and training partners, and be able to play a valuable role in the growth of our business.”

Our apprenticeships are ideal for those wanting to continue studying whilst gaining practical experience within the workplace.

Apprentices will study towards a National Apprenticeship that will directly relate to the work they’re undertaking. They’ll be rewarded with a progressive salary and benefits package.

Training will be delivered in partnership with North Lindsey College in Scunthorpe and TTE on Teesside.

The closing date for applications is 30 April 2022 and the successful candidates will join our business this September.

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