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Doosan Babcock 2020 Apprenticeship Opportunities

Job Category:  Apprenticeship
Contract Partner Company:  Jobs Service
Employing Company:  Doosan Babcock

The HPC Jobs Service supports local people into exciting, long-term careers across our Project.

 

 

Doosan Babcock are now accepting applications for our 2020 Apprenticeship intake. Successful candidates will start with the company in Late 2020 / early 2021.

 

 

About us:
Doosan Babcock is a specialist in the delivery of engineering, aftermarket and upgrade services to the nuclear, oil and gas, petrochemical and process sectors. With a focus on the delivery of low-carbon technologies and an industry-leading project management capability, the company builds, maintains and extends the life of customer assets worldwide.


At Doosan Babcock we offer industry leading advanced apprenticeship programmes in Welding, Erecting / Rigging, Pipefitting and Project Controls. 

Our training Centre in Tipton, West Midlands has been welcoming young people to train and learn with us for over 50 years.

 

What we offer: 

  • A debt-free path to earning an industry-leading qualification
  • A competitive salary throughout the three year apprenticeship programme
  • The opportunity to learn from world-class engineers and other professionals
  • Mix of learning at our dedicated training facilities and real work experience at sites around the UK
  • Company pension scheme
  • 25 days holiday plus statutory holidays (with the option to buy more)
  • Employee benefits package including a huge array of discounts and schemes like Cycle to Work
  • A long and rewarding career – Around 90% of our apprentices choose to continue their career with us and some advance into managerial roles – Our current CEO started as an apprentice!
  • Endless opportunities – We are part of a global business employing tens of thousands of people and you will be gaining coveted skills and experience that can be used in a variety of industries around the world.


Welder: 
The role of a welder is found in a wide range of sectors where piping systems are used for fluid transport and pressure containment. The broad purpose of the role is to manually weld tubes and pipes to high standards of quality and integrity using a minimum of two manual arc welding processes: Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG) and Manual Metal Arc (MMA). The final components being welded are often used in highly safety critical applications for the movement and control of fluids and gases which can be high temperature, highly flammable, corrosive and extremely high pressure. You will be trained to work within strictly defined processes and procedures to exacting standards and ensuring compliance with health, safety and environmental regulations.Sometimes operating autonomously, a welder must also operate effectively within a wider team which often involves other occupations such as riggers and pipefitters. Successful completion of the 4 year programme delivers a professional qualification recognised by the Welding Institute.


Pipefitter:
The role of a pipefitter is integral to every major Engineering Construction project and involvesworking with various pipe materials such as ferrous and non-ferrous metals, plastics andcomposites in a huge range of sizes and thicknesses. The training programme will equip youwith the knowledge and skills to implement the specified method of jointing required within often complex piping systems. You will be trained to work within strictly defined processes and procedures to exacting standards and ensuring compliance with health, safety and environmental regulations. Sometimes operating autonomously, a pipefitter must also operate effectively within a wider team which often involves other occupations such as riggers and welders. Successful completion of the 3 year apprenticeship programme will provide a globally recognised Level 3 Diploma in Installing Engineering Construction Plant and Systems (RQF).


Rigger / Erector:
The roles of an erector and a rigger are vital in any engineering construction environment. An erector installs and dismantles steel infrastructure using static and mobile moving and lifting equipment. A rigger is responsible for the safe lifting, moving and positioning of loads of all shapes in sizes often in complex and dangerous environments. In both roles you will be trained to work within strictly defined processes and procedures to exacting standards and ensuring compliance
with health, safety and environmental regulations. Sometimes operating autonomously, you must also operate effectively within a wider team which often involves other occupations such as pipefitters and welders. Successful completion of the 3 year apprenticeship programme will provide a globally recognised Level 3 Diploma in Engineering Construction Lifting, Positioning and Installing Structures, Plant and Equipment (RQF) in either Erecting or Rigging.


Project Controls: 
A Project Controls Technician controls, monitors and systemically analyses progress and performance data on engineering, manufacturing, construction and infrastructure projects. Using software tools to undertake tasks including identifying the right data for scrutinising progress, setting baseline targets, forecasting trends, assessing impact of design/construction changes and using insight to recommend early preventative and remedial actions. Successful completion of the 3 year apprenticeship programme will provide a globally recognised Level 3 Diploma in Project Controls Practice and Techniques (RQF).

 

To apply for these roles, please copy and paste the link below into your browser which will take you to the comapnies website: 

 

https://www.cognitoforms.com/DoosanBabcock1/ApplicationForDoosanBabcockApprenticeship2020 

 

For this role you must have evidence of right to work in the UK. As a project, we do not discriminate on the grounds of age, gender, race, colour, religion, disability or sexual orientation, and we welcome applications from all sections of the community.