BAE systems looking for 'future leaders' in huge 2,700 apprenticeship recruitment drive in North West
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With National Apprenticeship Week underway, BAE Systems is recruiting for 2,700 apprenticeship and graduate roles.
The company, which provides some of the world’s most advanced, technology-led defence, aerospace and security solutions, is looking for future leaders who can play a role in shaping some of the world’s most important services that help enable our armed forces and protect national security.
Open roles span Air, Digital Intelligence, Head Office, Land UK, Share Services, and Submarines, and are based in the following areas:
Warton and Samlesbury.
Richard Hamer, Director for Education and Skills, BAE Systems, said:
"National Appreticeship Week is vital for companies such as ours with more than one thousand vacancies to raise awareness for the exiciting opportunties on offer.
"It's also a brilliant opportunity to recognise those apprentices up and down the country that are already on their career journey with us, developing their skillsets and helping to develop the technology that helps defend our national security, they are the backbone of our future workforce and, as a company, we're proud of the work they do."
BAE has almost 5,500 apprentices and graduates currently in training – more than 10 per cent of our 39,000 strong UK workforce. 30 per cent of BAE new apprentices this year are female, compared with around 10 per cent of the engineering apprentice intake in England overall. The closing date for apprentice applications is 28 February 2024 with graduate intakes throughout the year, including April, June and September. To apply click HERE.