APPRENTICESHIP OPPORTUNITIES

 

BUILD YOUR CAREER

We understand that the traditional academic route to a construction career is not for everyone so we support alternative learning approaches through apprenticeships. You may be about to leave school, have already found that full-time college isn’t right for you or you have been employed and are settling on your career; whatever your circumstances, if you’re passionate and ready to learn while you work as part of a talented team, a Winvic apprenticeship might be what you’ve been looking for.

Our apprenticeship opportunities, are currently as follows:

Trainee Site Engineer

  • Level 3: Construction National Foundation Diploma at Leicester College 
  • Level 5: Construction and the Built Environment Higher National Diploma (Civil Engineering) at Leicester College

Assistant Design Coordinator

  • Level 5: Construction and the Built Environment Higher National Diploma (Construction Management) at Leicester College

M&E Coordinator

  • Level 5: Construction and the Built Environment Higher National Diploma (Electrical) at Leicester College

Trainee Quantity Surveyor

  • Undergraduate Degree: BSc (Hons) Quantity Surveying and Commercial Management at Nottingham Trent University

To find out more about our current apprenticeship opportunities download our Joining The Winvic Team brochure or get in touch with Rebecca Schwarz in our HR department on rebeccaschwarz@winvic.co.uk or 01604 678 960 to take the first step towards your new career with Winvic.

We also offer:

Hear what our apprentices have to say:

“The teams I work with are the best part of my job if I’m honest as everyone is so upbeat and supportive; it’s therefore a great environment to work and learn in. Hard work is recognised at Winvic, which is hugely motivational, so get your head down and be your best.”

Ed Hall, Trainee Site Engineer

“It is always a challenging time when I have to overcome a problem that I haven’t encountered before, but I love working in a fast paced environment, and constantly meeting and interacting with new people.”

Sam Harrington, Intermediate Quantity Surveyor