What you will do in your working day
Start with the microscopic detail and work your way up. That's what our process engineers do. Join them and you'll help us develop robust, innovative solutions to extraordinary challenges.
Over 5 years, you'll get to know the ins and outs of designing processes and technologies - from New Build to Decommissioning and life extension for our client sites globally.
You'll also gain insights into the full development lifecycle and understand how this sector contributes to our success. And the best part? You'll be part of a friendly team that's all about collaboration and innovation.
Here's what you'll get up to:
- Designing processes for New Builds and Decommissioning.
- Spending time at different locations across the country.
- Working closely with a team on global projects.
- Learning all about the development lifecycle.
Once you've completed the apprenticeship, you'll be all set to take on the role of a Process Engineer. With the experience you'll gain and our support, you'll also have the chance to gain professional recognition with the Chartered Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE).The training you will be getting
This Level 6 degree apprenticeship provides practical and theoretical training for aspiring process engineers who want to gain new skills and a formal degree qualification.
Alongside workplace training, you'll also be studying for a Level 6 Science Industry Process Plant Engineer Degree Apprenticeship. This includes a BEng in Professional Engineering (Science Industry Process/Plant Engineer). It's the perfect mix of classroom learning and real-world experience.
Successful apprentices will be eligible to apply for Incorporated Engineer (IEng), through a relevant licensed (by Engineering Council) Professional Engineering Institution (PEI) e.g. IChemE, IMechE. This apprenticeship is aligned to Engineering Council UK-SPEC at Incorporated Engineer (IEng) standard.What to expect at the end of your apprenticeship
Upon completion of the apprenticeship, you will move into a substantive position within the business.
Requirements and prospects Desired skills and personal qualities
Attention to detail, Problem solving skills, Analytical skills Qualifications
GCSE or equivalent in 4 subjects including English and Chemistry (Grade C/4 or above) Essential
GCSE or equivalent in Maths (Grade B/6 or higher) Essential
A Level or equivalent in Maths and Chemistry (Grade ABB or above) Essential Things to consider
Many of our early careers roles are subject to Security Clearance and Trade Control restrictions which mean that your place of birth, nationality, citizenship, or residency you hold may impact which roles you are eligible for. You must be able to achieve BPSS (Baseline security) and many of them require you to be eligible for Security Clearance.