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Bag an Apprenticeship And Kickstart Your Career


ScottishPower is on the hunt for apprentices as it looks to fill over 1,000 new green jobs this year.  As Scottish Apprenticeship Week gets underway, the power firm is encouraging people to consider a career in energy and help it build a better future, quicker.  

Scottish Apprenticeship Week
Our 2023 apprentice programmes are now open with a wide variety of roles including:

· Craft Apprentice
· Logistics Apprentice
· Power Engineering Apprentice
· Project Management Apprentice
· Renewables O&M Apprentice
· Graduate Apprentice/Degree Apprentice

With a  closing date of 2 pm, 12th March 2023, there’s still time to get your application in and kickstart your energy career.

Scottish Apprenticeship Week gets underway this week and we’re shining a light on the vital role apprenticeships play across our business. 

In the last five years, ScottishPower has recruited over 500 apprentices to help us decarbonise the UK. And with over £10bn of investment in scores of green projects across the country, we need a talent pipeline for the decades ahead.

Our SP Energy Networks business is a huge recruiter of apprentices every year, and with major projects to be delivered to help electrify the economy, there are huge opportunities to build a career for life.

CEO SP Energy Networks, Vicky Kelsall, says: "Our apprenticeship programmes are a great way to gain qualifications while also learning on the job and getting paid. With a wealth of opportunities available, not just in engineering, our apprenticeships cover Logistics, Craft, Engineering, Project Management, Quantity Surveying, Cyber, Data Science and Real Time Systems. There has never been a more exciting time to begin working in our industry which is core to enabling the UK's transition to a net zero carbon economy."

And it’s not just apprenticeships on offer.  If you are interested in helping tackle climate change and delivering a low carbon future check out our wealth of vacancies with more to come across the year.