Incommunities is this week launching its 2015 recruitment drive to find seven talented apprentices.
The trainee vacancies cover joinery, electrical, gas plumbing, plastering and bricklaying.
The apprentice opportunities are open to anyone aged 16 and over who is looking to build a construction career with one of the north’s leading social housing providers.
Incommunities offers a high quality structured training programme which combines college-based learning with on the job training working alongside Incommunities’ experienced trades people.
To make an online application go to: www.incommunities.co.uk and click ‘home page’ banner.
Delroy Beverley, Director of Incommunities – Propertysolutions, is responsible for managing Incommunities building and construction division and the group’s apprenticeship programme and said: “We are delighted to be launching our 2015 recruitment drive.
“Everyone involved in the programme is committed to investing in a diverse and highly skilled workforce and encouraging all our apprentices – from school leavers to people looking to take a new career path – to fulfil their potential.
“We are proud of our inclusive approach to recruiting and are keen to attract applications from under-represented groups and women who are looking to build life changing careers.
“In return we offer a rewarding training programme which leads to a minimum NVQ level 3 trade qualifications.”
Geraldine Howley, Incommunities Group Chief Executive, said: “We have a strong track record of investing in apprenticeships and see this form of training as extremely important to building a skilled and inclusive workforce.
“Over the last 12 years we have been at the forefront of the drive to promote apprenticeships and successfully recruited and trained over 100 trainees to build successful careers.
“If you think you have what it takes to join our 2015 intake then get in touch now.”
For any more information on apprenticeship opportunities with Incommunities ring 01274 257051.The closing date for online applications is Sunday, 31st May 2015.