Resource Group in partnership with easyJet has created an exciting apprenticeship programme.
Since 1995 easyJet has become one of the best known brands in the UK, starting with just 2 aircraft in Luton Airport. With a phenomenal growth plan we stand today, just 17 years later with over 200 aircraft, operating across 30 countries with over 600 routes. We have continued to expand our presence across Europe; by focusing on the customer and with targeted growth plans for the business and leisure traveller, we are realising our vision to make travel easy and affordable.
This would not be possible without our people, who truly make the difference.
We are now looking for highly motivated and driven people to join our Apprenticeship Programme from November 2012 who have the enthusiasm to start a career within fixed wing commercial aircraft engineering. With the ability to strive for results and demonstrate our commitment to quality, safety and performance, our Apprentices should be passionate, care about what they do and have a real sense of fun!
To be considered for our Apprenticeship programme you should be able to demonstrate the following:
- A minimum of five GCSEs (A – C) or equivalent including English, Maths and a Science subject plus one other; or an HNC, HND or Degree;
- Excellent interpersonal skills and be a strong team player;
- Previous experience with mechanical, electrical or electronic equipment that can be demonstrated would be desirable;
- Applicants will be required to sit and pass aptitude tests prior to selection for interview
- Hold a valid Passport and be able to travel unrestricted across our network
- Be able to successfully pass a CRB check.
- Fully approved CAT A1.1 training course at LRTT Ltd based at Cotswold Airport in Gloucestershire, then on the job training at easyJet in Luton and Liverpool, and throughout the UK, therefore the ability to travel and to stay away from home is essential;
- Shift work (including nights) will be undertaken, both throughout the Apprenticeship and on completion of the course;
- There is a requirement to undertake a City & Guilds 2675 in Aeronautical Engineering, combined with a Part-66 Category A1 modular course (theory and practical) and an Extended NVQ 3 in Aeronautical Engineering;
The closing date for applications for the apprenticeship programme starting in November 2012 has now closed. Details relating to the apprenticeship programme starting in 2013 will be made available on this site – please check back here for up to date information on the application processes and dates for 2013.