(Warrington) – Planning (Consultancy) – Nuclear Apprentice
- Company: Mace
- Location: Warrington
- Closing Date: 31-03-2024
At Mace, we’re global experts in shaping the built environment – helping to lead the way to a more connected, resilient and sustainable world. From development and consultancy, to construction and operations, we connect expertise across the entire property lifecycle to help our clients, people, communities and society achieve more than they believe is possible.
Nuclear New Build companies operate in a complex and demanding environment and marketplace; having to balance service provision within rigorous regulatory regime all the while competing with each other for customers or development contracts.
Businesses are facing increasing costs and complexity when delivering new infrastructure or improving their existing assets. With large-scale major programmes to complete, together with overheads in property and facilities to maintain, energy and utility businesses recognise the value of working with a partner, like Mace, who can help them to drive value-for-money through every aspect of their programmes.
In our Consult engine, you’ll be part of a global think tank where innovation and sustainability take the lead. We collaborate closely with clients to understand their individual challenges, lending new ideas and fresh thinking to make strategic decisions and shape project directions. We will follow our clients where they work, often sharing their locations. Whilst we visit projects and sites, Consult is more about delivery of creative solutions than hardhats. If on-site action speaks to you more, our Construct engine might be your scene – check out the hands-on roles we have there, where you’ll be turning plans into reality on the ground.
You will also work towards completing a five-year Level 4 Construction Site Supervisor apprenticeship, where you’ll achieve a HNC in Construction. We’ll also support you in gaining professional membership of the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB).
5 GCSEs at grade 4/C or above, including Maths and English (or equivalent qualifications)
96 UCAS points