What you will do in your working day
Our apprenticeships are designed to give you an insight into a wide variety of areas of work and the chance to explore where your skills and interests lie. Through a combination of on-the-job learning and practical skills development, you'll work on real projects from day one that offer scale and variety, collaborating with others and creating meaningful impact on the world around us. You'll work towards your professional qualification; whichever path you take, your future starts here.
You'll also be supported by our leaders, technical specialists, your own dedicated mentor and our continuous learning and development framework.
Not only will you gain valuable 'on the job' experience and work towards professional qualifications but you'll also earn a meaningful salary from day one. We're proud to be paying Real Living Wage for our Apprenticeships.
You'll be making a sustainable difference in people's lives, shaping cities, reimagining transport and transforming nuclear energy. And with the opportunity to work across Cities & Development, Nuclear & Power, Transportation, Water or Environment, you'll decide where you want your career to go.
Here's what your role as an apprentice will involve:
The training you will be getting
- Developing your skills in a wide range of exciting projects
- Learning and using relevant design software
- Being involved in client meetings and assisting in building key client relationships
- You'll get to understand and learn digital skills, to help us harness technology in new ways
- Your mentors will support you as you study towards nationally recognised qualifications and accreditation
- You'll have dedicated time to spend at college or university to focus on your studies
- Full time apprentices will typically spend 24 months on-programme (before the gateway) working towards the occupational standard, with a minimum of 6 hours weekly (average) off-the-job training
- All apprentices willspend a minimum of 12 months on-programme
An employee in this occupation will be responsible for managing information through the project's lifecycle and would report to the project or operational manager dependent on the project phase.
Within their specialist area, the Information Manager would generally work autonomously and would be expected to exert influence to maintain protocols outside their reporting line including external stakeholders and internal functions. On larger projects, the Information Manager may have a range of specialists reporting to them.What to expect at the end of your apprenticeship
- Potential for employment within the industry, or seek further education as a qualified Information Manager
Requirements and prospects Desired skills and personal qualities
Communication skills, IT skills, Attention to detail, Organisation skills, Problem solving skills, Presentation skills, Administrative skills, Logical, Team working, Creative, Initiative Qualifications
Other English and Maths (Grade Entry Level 3) Essential