Full Time
£19806/year
24 Nov 2019
Job Styles
Apprenticeship

How to Apply

Email: apprenticeships@lbhf.gov.uk


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Highways Engineer Apprentice

Role Responsibilities:
The Job - Working in the Special Projects and Highways Service for the Council you will:
•Assist in the project management of a range of schemes within the Highways Group.
•Take part in specialist programmes on sustainable drainage, flood management, electrical vehicle charging points, borough greening and air quality initiatives to meet the Climate Change agenda.
•Support the Project Engineers in designing and delivering capital projects within the Highways team
•Respond to Highway enquiries relating to project work through the Councils Asset Management system, Confirm.
•Assist in the design of Highways scheme work, from footway and carriageway renewals, cycle schemes, traffic calming, Public Realm improvements, and Sustainable urban Drainage Schemes (SuDS).

Training and Development – Within your role you will:
•Complete a Level 6 qualification in Civil Engineering funded by the Council. This will involve attendance at a college and/or completing tasks in the workplace (depending on specific course requirement)
•Join a personal and professional development programme that will involve a series of varied development activities and events throughout your time with the Council

To apply for this Apprenticeship, you must:
•Be a 16+ Hammersmith and Fulham resident or Hammersmith & Fulham care leaver. We encourage applications aged 16-24 however, applicants of all ages will be considered.
•Have at least three A levels at Grades A*-C including Mathematics and Physics or their equivalent
•Not currently be qualified in Civil Engineering at Level 6 or above.

YOU MUST APPLY ONLINE AT - https://careers.newjob.org.uk/LBHF/job/London-Civil-Engineering-Technician-Apprentice-LBHF17224-HMF/565335101/

Please ensure that you fully answer the mandatory questions at the end of the application form as this is what the recruiting managers will be using to shortlist your application. You should use your previous experiences at school, college, work or in your personal life to give detailed and relevant examples when asked. Uploading a CV and/or a personal statement is optional, but these will not be considered when assessing your job application.