Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Apprenticeships

  • Company: Diageo
  • Location: Belfast (Marshall's Road and Mallusk)
  • Closing Date: 10-04-2022


Diageo is one of the world’s leading producers of premium drinks. We have an outstanding collection of over 200 brands, old and new, large and small, global and local – that are enjoyed in more than 180 countries around the world. We have two sites in the Belfast area. Our site at Marshall’s Road in Belfast is the home of Guinness packaging for the Island of Ireland and our Baileys site in Mallusk is where we produce and package baileys to be distributed around the world.

Diageo apprentices have the best of all worlds. Our on-site, hands-on, fast-learning programmes are perfect for people who are curious and have a willingness to learn. If you want to learn a respected trade that will set you up for a career to be proud of, you’re in the right place.

About the Programme 

This three-year programme is structured to get the very best out of you. Year one and two will be on-site three days a week, with two days in college to study for your Mechatronic Engineering qualification. Year three will be based in the workplace 4 days per week working alongside time served professionals as a key member of the team with one day per week completing your college course.

The First Year apprentice salary is decided by the Real Living Wage which means we offer very competitive starting salaries for our apprenticeships along with an industry leading benefits package (Bonus, pension and access to share schemes all from day one). With everything you can learn here, and the long-term opportunities we have on offer, the Diageo Engineering apprenticeship could just be the best decision you’ve ever made.

Entry Requirement 

Academically we’re looking for 5 GCSE’s (Maths, English and one technical science) and A level or BTEC ONC or OND in an engineering subject area. Please note that we will only be able to accept applications from people who have already achieved these grades in 2021 or earlier.

Apply now or contact student support if you need assistance with your application, we’re here to help!