You will be working for Eurovia 4 days per week and study one day per week at the University of Bolton. You'll also be expected to study elements of your degree during time at work.
Whilst at work you will be assigned a mentor, who will guide and support you through your day-to-day work activities; you will also be enrolled onto an internal development programme to support you to attain the knowledge, skills and behaviour that will help you to successfully achieve your apprenticeship.
As you progress through your apprenticeship you will gain more knowledge and experience working towards being a Site Manager. With this, you'll be expected to:
- Ensure that safe systems of work are in place on site and that all employees adhere to them
- Support with the translation of design information to construction teams so they can construct the project effectively and efficiently
- Monitor and review the productivity on site and advise accordingly so that the project is completed on time
- Ensure that the project is completed to the specification and quality needed by the client and be the main interface between all stakeholders
- Provide support with key activities on site that takes into account cost and contract constraints
- Ensure that the site supports and considers the impact on both the environment and local communities which we serve
Requirements and prospects Desired skills
- The ability to work to deadlines
- An effective communicator, both oral and written with a good command of English language
- Analytical skills
- IT literacy - competent in the use of Microsoft Office applications
- Driving license due to the nature of the role
- Ability to demonstrate enthusiasm for engineering in the Highways and Construction sector
- Ability to engage people at all levels and work within a team
- Ability to manage the responsibilities of both work and study
- Reliable and punctual
- Self-motivated with a positive attitude and desire to take responsibility
- A willingness to learn and develop new skills
Level 3 subjects must include Mathematics and a science subject: for instance, A-level Mathematics and Physics or BTEC Extended Diploma in Engineering or Construction (with units in additional mathematics and analytical subjects such as structural mechanics or environmental science).
Applicants should also have five GCSEs (or equivalent) grade C or above or grade 4 to 9 including English, Mathematics and Science.
We're happy to consider applicants with non-traditional entry qualifications provided they can demonstrate relevant experience or a suitable portfolio of work that is deemed a reasonable substitute for the above qualifications.Future prospects
The successful candidate will havecareer options that will be guided towards Civil Engineering / Construction.Things to consider
Apprentices are paid for their normal working hours and training that's part of their apprenticeship (usually one day per week), For more information please visit: https://www.gov.uk/national-minimum-wage-rates
- Competitive salary
- Fully paid-for degree apprenticeship
- Company mobile phone and laptop
- Employee discounts, via the 'Be Caring' app
- 25 days paid holiday during each holiday year 2 paid days a year for volunteering