Fairhurst are a long established, privately owned Consulting Engineering Firm, with a Head Office based in Bath Street, Glasgow.
We are looking to recruit a Civil Engineering Apprentice who is enthusiastic and motivated, with an interest in Civil and Structural Engineering.
Modern Apprenticeships (MAs) offer new entrants to the labour market the chance of paid employment combined with the opportunity to do training relevant to the occupational area. They include the opportunity to gain nationally recognised qualifications that help kick-start a career without having to study full-time.
The Modern Apprenticeship will give you an opportunity to gain hands on experience on site, alongside off the job training, through day release at college and will allow you to earn while you learn.
This Modern Apprenticeship will involve CAD Draughting, where we will be selecting one, or possibly two individuals to join the Glasgow Office.
This opportunity will include Sponsorship to day release at college where you will undertake either an HNC or HND in Civil Engineering alongside gaining valuable hands on work experience.
The course will offer a broad educational support for a young Civil/Structural Engineering Apprentice, with modules such as Mathematics, Construction Site Surveying, Civil Engineering, Site Works, Mechanics for Construction, Civil Engineering Technology, Construction Materials & CAD all being included in the framework.
Should you advance further within the Apprenticeship then University Entry could be attainable through the HNC or HND qualification.
Entry Requirements for this position are as follows:
6 Standard Grades (Grade 3 or above to include Maths & English) or equivalent.
Intermediate 2 to include Mathematics or appropriate range of SQA or NC Modules.
2 Highers to include Maths. (Maths Higher is not a mandatory requirement).
Enthusiastic & willing to undertake on & off the job training.
Reliable, with excellent timekeeping & a good work ethic.
Able to accurately follow instruction.
Willing to learn & continually develop.