Onshore Project Management Apprenticeship
- Company: ScottishPower
- Location: Central / Southern Scotland
- Closing Date: 20-03-2022
Our Onshore Apprentice programmes blend academic and technical skills training with work-based learning and assessment. Bringing learning and earning together, not only will you study towards a nationally recognised qualification, you’ll earn a competitive salary, develop new skills and gain invaluable knowledge and experience.
As the UK strives to improve its renewables mix, the importance of wind energy is increasing exponentially. Our programme will kick start your career in an enduring industry, allowing you to cement the foundations of your career.
As a ScottishPower Apprentice, you’ll enjoy a range of benefits as well as a varied and interesting career path, including:
- Starting salary of £18,500
- A generous pension scheme where we’ll double match your contributions up to 10%;
- A broad range of flexible benefits including share incentive plans, employee discounts, charity matched funding and many, many more.
What will you be doing?
PROJECT MANAGEMENT APPRENTICESHIP
Start Date – August 2021
Work Location – Glasgow
Course and College – HND in in Project Management in Glasgow
Our Onshore Development Team is responsible for identifying renewable energy development opportunities, through to the obtaining of all relevant planning consents for these developments. During this three-year programme, our Project Management Apprentice will be involved in some of the most high-profile and high value renewables projects in the UK. Mentored by one of our experienced Project Managers, you’ll play a key role in the development and delivery of renewables projects. And right from the start, you’ll take responsibility for vital aspects of these projects. Liaising with multiple stakeholders throughout the project life cycle, you’ll gain insight into all aspects of the project.
Throughout your course, you’ll see how your studies link to both the principles and practices behind successful project management. You’ll find that real life scenarios, such as using software tools to assist with planning and execution, will really compliment your learning. And at the end of the programme, you’ll have all the skills and experience you need to be a successful Project Management Co-ordinator.
This programme is suitable for candidates with and without work experience. You might have two Highers at grades A-C (or equivalent), one of which must be Maths, or a qualification from a Craft Apprenticeship. Alternatively, you might have experience within a project development environment (from feasibility assessment through to design/consent). Or you could have experience in an environmental or project management workplace. Ideally, you’ll also have a driving licence as you’ll need to get to different sites both during and after your training period.