Each year Imtech Smith invests in its four year apprenticeship programme to ensure that we continue to create the skilled workforce of our future. The company is proud of its high quality workforce, many of whom joined the company as apprentices, and progressed to become fully qualified specialist engineers, Project Managers, Designers and Contract Managers.
To apply to join the apprenticeship scheme you will need a good standard of education (4 GCSE's at Grade C or above including Maths and English) and have the ambition and drive to be trained practically on the job combined with attending college to gain the theoretical grounding and knowledge of your apprenticeship.
The company offers ongoing training and development in addition to quality employee benefits including a minimum of 28 days holiday (Inc bank holidays), option to join the group personal pension scheme and life assurance.
As well as wanting to hear from school leavers who are interested in joining the Mechanical and Electrical apprenticeship scheme, Imtech Smith also welcomes interest from young people with a good standard of education (4 GCSE's at Grade C or above including Maths and English) who are interested in pursuing careers in the company's support functions including IT, Administration and Accounts.
If you are looking for a long-term career with a long-standing company then Imtech Smith is the company for you.
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Our apprentices are paid the standard National rates as set by JTL.
For more information please visit the JTL website www.jtltraining.com
Ashley Kitchener - apprentice 18
"I think it's a great apprentice scheme. You get paid, learn skills and have a good laugh, definitely glad I got on the scheme".
Site - Tulip Inn, Manchester
Rob Clare - apprentice 19
"I really enjoy working for Imtech Smith, it's a great company to work for and I would recommend the apprentice scheme to anyone".
Site - Lancaster University
"The opportunities to develop after apprenticeship are certainly available here at Imtech Smith. Since joining as an apprentice in 1998 with no experience, I have learnt my trade and how the industry works and have progressed to become a Project Manager".
Scott started off as an apprentice in the maintenance department and now having qualified and gained the relevant experience he now heads the division. Proof indeed that our apprentices do get promoted through the ranks.