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AECOM is built to deliver a better world. We design, build, finance and operate infrastructure assets for governments, businesses and organizations in more than 150 countries. Our graduates and apprentices make a real difference to the built and natural environment in which we live, developing and implementing innovative solutions to the world’s most complex challenges. Delivering clean water and energy. Building iconic skyscrapers. Planning new cities. Restoring damaged environments. Connecting people and economies with roads, bridges, tunnels and transit systems. Designing parks where children play. Helping governments maintain stability and security. We offer graduate and apprentice opportunities across a number of disciplines including Civil, Structural, Mechanical, Electrical, Building Services, Industrial, Fire and Sustainable Buildings Engineering, Acoustics, Quantity & Building Surveying, Project Management, Transport Planning, Urban Design & Planning, Town Planning, Sustainability, Environment related, Water related, Energy related, Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Geology, Geography, Hydrogeology, Hydrology. We have offices across the UK & Ireland including Altrincham, Basingstoke, Bedford, Belfast, Birmingham, Bristol, Cambridge, Cardiff, Chelmsford, Cork, Croydon, Chesterfield, Cumbria, Dublin, Edinburgh, Exeter, Galway, Glasgow, Leeds, Limerick, Liverpool, London, Manchester, Newcastle, Norwich, Nottingham, Oxford, Peterborough, Plymouth, Southampton, St Albans, Swindon, Telford, Warrington, and York. Our apprentice roles open in December/January time each year. You can apply to these opportunities by visiting aecom.com/careers and searching for ‘apprentice’, and submitting your CV to any roles of interest.
We are a community based social housing provider operating in the West of England. We currently own and manage around 6,500 homes and employ 500 staff, have an annual turnover of £43 million and work in partnership with local, regional and national agencies to deliver our services. As well as providing homes that are affordable in terms of rent and running costs, we also provide a range of care and support services to help individuals get the most out of life. Feel free to ask us any questions you may have on our Forum!
We believe that everyone, everywhere has a right to a Higher Education. It’s a path that leads to both personal progress and enrichment. For some though, there are hurdles along the way – whether its geographical constraints, financial concerns, family commitments or just not quite believing you can do it. Our ambition is to make Higher Education more accessible, engaging and beneficial to people everywhere and our flexible online and full-time study programmes and supportive learning experience make us experts in online Higher Education. With Arden University you can study for Foundation, Degree, Master's and MBA programmes and when you study is up to you. We deliver Distance Learning programmes where all of your study is done online or face-to-face study in centres across the UK in London, Birmingham and Manchester, and also in Berlin, Germany. So whether you are looking for full-time or part-time study programmes, at Arden University we believe we can offer a course to suit you.
Avon and Somerset Police is a progressive and caring organisation of over 6,000 people. As the seventh largest police force in England and Wales, we serve a population of more than 1.65 million, across a large and diverse area. We police 1,855 square miles and service a diverse population of 1.65 million people and approximately 679,000 households across Bath and North East Somerset; Bristol; Mendip; North Somerset; Sedgemoor; Somerset West and Taunton; South Gloucestershire; and South Somerset Avon and Somerset Constabulary aim: - To reduce crime and make a real difference to the communities, - Provide support and reassurance to people as many will look to you for guidance and protection. - Play a vital role in the delivery of our police service and protecting the public.
Avon Wildlife Trust is the largest local charity working to protect wildlife and inspire people in the West of England. We work across the old county of Avon and cover the four local authority areas of Bristol, Bath and North East Somerset, South Gloucestershire, and North Somerset. We care for 30 nature reserves - from ancient bluebell woods to Iron Age forts, nationally important wetlands which are a haven for rare, wading birds, and wildflower meadows. Our educational and community programmes help people of all ages connect with and benefit from the natural world around them - and take action themselves to help nature's recovery. We work with landowners in the countryside across our region to reverse the decline in wildlife by creating connected living landscapes.
Babbasa is a youth empowerment organisation aimed at supporting young people from underrepresented backgrounds with their professional ambitions.
Bath College is about… Developing skills Inspiring individuals Encouraging all We provide innovative training to develop skills, inspire individuals, enrich the wider community and encourage all to achieve and progress. More than 1400 courses available from entry to degree level. Providing education and training to 10,000 learners across two campuses in Bath & North East Somerset annually. The largest provider of apprenticeships in the area.
The Young Careers and Pathways team is based within the Employment, Skills and Learning department for Bristol City Council. We have the responsibility of the statutory duty for the council to ensure that all young people aged 16 - 18, and up to 25 with an EHCP. We are here to ensure that they are supported, tracked and encouraged to make positive decisions about post 16 progression routes into education, employment and training. We also have a bespoke pre 16 programme - Bristol WORKS that develops aspirational experiences of work for young people from Year 7 - 11 within school settings as part of the careers curriculum. We are active members of the good practice CEIAG network based in Bristol. For more info please contact [email protected] or check out the website on https://www.bristol.works/ We are keen to be linked with local Bristol provision as we work to ensure the future progression for Bristol's young people. If you are Bristol based and working with young people and would like to be part of our 'into learning network' that meets virtually to share opportunities for young people please contact the team on [email protected] to be added. You can find the post 16 directory for 2020 and 2021 within our resources on our profile.
Bristol Old Vic Theatre School is one of the most successful and well-respected conservatoire drama schools in the UK. We provide Higher Education courses for undergraduate and postgraduate students. We attract the very best talent in students and staff, and our courses are recognised nationally and internationally as a benchmark of quality in professional acting, technical, production and management training. We offer courses in Acting, Production Arts, Costume, Directing, Writing, Voice Studies, Scenic Art and Design.
Bristol Pound is currently in the process of transitioning to a new financial product, that will be called Bristol Pay. The Bristol Pound local currency was launched in 2012 and quickly became the UK's largest complementary currency. It focused on encouraging people to shop with local independent businesses, and on encouraging those businesses to localise their supply chains. We've learned a lot from running the currency for 8 years, and we feel that now is the time to address some of the wider issues we face, by operating at scale and encouraging people to engage with each other and the city's problems through a completely new sort of complementary currency or token. Bristol Pay will be an e-wallet platform for the whole city. We want to make a form of digital money that is truly accessible to everyone. We want to operate at scale so that we can channel surpluses from transaction charges back into funding social and environmental projects across the city. We want to experiment with tokens to encourage the development of the sharing economy, and to engage people with changing their lifestyles to address the issues in Bristol's One City Plan - like being a carbon neutral city by 2030. Together we can create a money system that is part of the solution in creating an economy that works for people and planet.
Bristol Rovers Community Trust works with a wide spectrum of the community offering social inclusion, health, education and sports participation projects to give people the opportunity of enhancing and improving their life choices. We aim to engage and inspire people of all ages as well as unite the communities in which they live. We are the charity linked to Bristol Rovers Football Club, we run and organise numerous projects across the city to engage people of all ages, backgrounds, abilities and up bringing's. We run a post 16 college courses for when students finish school. This involves enrolling onto a Level 3 BTEC in Sport whilst playing in a full time football programme representing Bristol Rovers in an EFL league against other clubs up and down the country. This course can lead onto a foundation degree with us, university in the UK or US and careers in coaching, teaching, physiotherapy and many more within the sporting industry.
The British Army protects the United Kingdom’s interests at home and abroad, providing a safe and secure environment in which all British citizens can live and prosper. We offer over 76 different entry level jobs, and in each and every one of these positions are opportunities for gaining skills and qualifications. No matter what your background or experience, you can find where you belong in the British Army. We’ll help you uncover strengths you didn’t know you had, and you’ll feel the benefits not just for your Army career but wherever your career leads afterwards.
We’re here to tell you all about Early Careers at BT. But we don’t want to just tell you about our programmes and application deadlines, we want to make sure you’re getting a real insight into life at BT. We’ll be sharing stuff from and about our trainees, apprentices, and graduates giving you a real insight into life at BT and what they’re up to, and news from BT too. Here at BT, we do more than you might think. We're the UK's largest mobile network operator, as well as one of the leading Sport Pay TV broadcasters. We serve global multinational organisations with our security, cloud and networking services. We foster change and lead technology innovation. From delivering the Olympics, to supporting the emergency services, we take pride in everything we do - and in the people who work here. Guided by our core values of Personal, Simple and Brilliant our goal is to help customers, communities and businesses overcome barriers and release their potential. So, if you’re interested in the power of potential, why not join us today and release yours? Find our more about us by visiting our website, or searching for BT Early Careers on Facebook and Twitter. We're also now on Instagram, @bt_careers
Building Plymouth is a council-led partnership with industry that connects local people with career opportunities in the varied world of construction and the built environment in Plymouth. With over 10,000 jobs needed in the city over the next five years, Building Plymouth aims to match employers with a highly skilled workforce to transform the city and beyond. Working with local secondary schools is one of our top priorities as we need to inspire young people to consider construction as a career of choice to fill our growing skills gap. There is more than meets the eye when it comes to working in construction. With over 180 job roles, from architects to quantity surveyors, engineers to bricklayers, demolition to landscaping, there really is a career for everyone. Regardless of whether you’re thinking of an apprenticeship, training and qualifications, we can find a role where you can thrive.
We believe in a better world. Environmentally better. Economically better. Socially better. And all those 'betters' come from the built environment - the world around us where we live, work, travel, shop and interact. Careers in the built environment have the power to change the world.
Burges Salmon is the independent UK Law Firm. Burges Salmon work across the UK and internationally. We have lawyers who are qualified to work in all three legal jurisdictions in the UK – England & Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. Young people are the future of Burges Salmon. Its ‘Working with Schools’ Programme aims to break down barriers into the legal profession and improve social mobility by developing confidence, essential skills and the career aspirations of young people. We recognise that young people are the future of our business, client-base and community. The firms work experience programme, Bright Sparks is aimed at year 10 to year 12 students. Students will next be able to apply for a potential 2022 placement via the website in October/November 2021. https://www.burges-salmon.com/careers/work-experience/ Insight days - Legal and supporting Business Services Information Days – virtual events. During February half-term, on Tuesday 16th and Thursday 18th February 2021, we will be hosting our two Information days to provide students who have an interest in law and the legal sector with insights into career opportunities in the profession and the supporting business services. The events will include various talks, for example from a legal trainee and both our legal and Business professionals apprentices as well as interactive group exercises and an optional advice clinic, facilitated by our HR team, on the application and recruitment process. We receive excellent feedback from students who attend these insight days and our events are always oversubscribed. Further information about these events can be found on our website https://www.burges-salmon.com/careers/school-students-information-days/
We are a world-class global practice of engineers, consultants and advisers. Through integrated thinking and a truly interdisciplinary, interconnected community of passionate experts, we create transformative outcomes for clients and communities alike. Our founder Sir Ted Happold believed that the quality of what we do really emerges out of the different skills and bodies of knowledge we have across our firm, This culture of collaboration and respect is as strong today as ever and drives us to deliver elegant solutions that leave a positive lasting legacy for the communities we work in and the environment. We value human wellbeing, embrace mutual responsibility and understand that a sustainable future is intrinsic to the economic and social impact of our work. Work with us to deliver a truly transformative future.
The Cabinet Office is the centre of government. Its Purpose is to: - Maintain the integrity of the Union - Co-ordinate the security of the realm and sustain a flourishing democracy - Support the design and implementation of HM Government’s policies and the Prime Minister’s priorities - Ensure the delivery of the finest public services by attracting and developing the best public servants - Improve the efficiency of government.
Careerpilot is a free to use website for all 11-19 year olds. Career Tools Register to get access to all of the career tools and record all of your ideas in one place. Take the skills quiz and the job quiz to find out where your strengths are and what kinds of careers might suit your interests, and values. Explore your Options Careerpilot has lots of useful information to help you explore all your options at 16 and 18 - including information about college courses, A levels, apprenticeships and university courses. Explore Jobs With 900 different job profiles on Careerpilot you can find out exactly what a job is like, the salary, working hours and what skills are involved in the job. You can also watch videos of people talking about their jobs too and look at the different routes you can take to get into the career. You can tag pages and save useful information into your tools for later. www.careerpilot.org.uk
Our role is to link secondary schools and colleges in Cornwall and Isles of Scilly to local employers and help them deliver high quality careers support for students by: Building Networks: linking schools and colleges to a high calibre business volunteers (known as Enterprise Advisers) and other career providers through the Careers Hub. Supporting Careers Leaders: providing training and support for Careers Leaders in schools and colleges. Backing the Gatsby Benchmarks: supporting implementation of a best practice standard for careers support, the 8 Gatsby Benchmarks, by the end of 2020. Our team of Enterprise Coordinators work across Cornwall and Isles of Scilly to join the dots between business and education. The team match an Enterprise Adviser (EA) with one of our 40 secondary schools or colleges, to support a careers leader with the implementation of the eight Gatsby Benchmarks. The EA and Careers Leader work together to create a high quality careers plan, to increase employer engagement, embed careers into the curriculum and effectively informs students of their options.
The Civil Engineering Contractors’ Association (CECA) is the representative organisation for the UK’s civil engineering contractors. Through a nationwide network of eight operating regions and our national office in the heart of Westminster, we provide an authoritative voice for the companies who build, maintain and upgrade the nation’s vital infrastructure in the key sectors of transport, energy, water, waste, and communications. With more than 300 members based across England, Scotland and Wales, we represent firms who collectively deliver 70-80% of all civil engineering construction activity in the UK. The newly-formed CECA South West Foundations Group aims to promote the civil engineering and construction industry to current and future generations and engage with other like-minded civil engineering and construction professionals, companies, organisations and groups who wish to attract young people into our industry. The CECA South West Foundations Group will advertise all its future events and activities via LikeToBe and LinkedIn.
CGI is one of the few end-to-end consulting firms with the scale, reach, capabilities and commitment to meet clients’ enterprise digital transformation needs. Our 78,000 consultants and professionals work side-by-side with clients in 10 industries across more than 400 locations worldwide. We draw upon our global capabilities to help clients identify, develop, implement and operate effective strategies to meet evolving customer and citizen expectations. To help our clients succeed through outstanding quality, competence and objectivity, providing thought leadership and delivering the best services and solutions to fully satisfy client objectives in information technology, business processes and management. In all we do, we foster a culture of partnership, intrapreneurship, teamwork and integrity, building a global world class information technology and business process services company. Experience the commitment® Founded in 1976, CGI is among the largest IT and business consulting services firms in the world. Operating in hundreds of locations across the globe, CGI delivers end-to-end services and solutions, including strategic IT and business consulting, systems integration, intellectual property, and managed IT and business process services.
Colas Rail is one of Europe’s leading suppliers of railway infrastructure services, we are award-winning specialists having constructed all forms of railways across Europe and the UK. We work on some of the continent’s most high-profile projects, including the delivery of major enhancement and maintenance frameworks for Network Rail and are currently working on some incredibly exciting projects like our £400 million project to regenerate Waterloo Station. We are also delivering major schemes overseas in North Africa, Asia and North America. At Colas Rail we look outwards to our customers, seeing things from their point of view, responding to their suggestions and anticipating their needs, while being committed to delivering on our promise to them, our employees, the people we work with and our stakeholders. There are many exciting opportunities that lie ahead in creating tomorrow’s railway. High-speed rail, light urban systems, high-output automated track maintenance and commercial rail freight are all areas that have become increasingly important to the UK transport industry. The continual maintenance and upgrading of the UK’s rail network remains a task that we are fully committed to and one in which we are increasingly leading the field. Thinking, investing and operating at the forefront of the industry trends ensures we have the capabilities to meet the future demands of our customers. Our 100% commitment to safety and the environment is evident by the leadership from management and a behavioural safety culture that is integral to everything we do. We build open relationships with customers, suppliers and partners and communication is encouraged at all levels to generate new ideas and the unique Colas Rail team spirit. All this is achieved through our greatest asset, our people, so that together we will play a leading role in providing 21st century railway systems.