Coronavirus (Covid-19): Latest updates and information
Skip to main content Skip to navigation

Degree Apprenticeship Vacancies

Unlock your talent

Current Degree Apprenticeship Opportunities*

BEng (Hons) Civil and Infrastructure Engineering

You would follow our Civil and Infrastructure Engineering programme which has been carefully designed to help you achieve the required knowledge, skills and behaviours for a successful career as a Civil Engineer.

Opportunity with Murphy Group

J. Murphy & Sons Limited is a leading global, specialist engineering and construction company founded in 1951 that improves lives by delivering world-class infrastructure.

Operating in the United Kingdom, Ireland and Canada, they provide better engineered solutions to infrastructure sectors including Transportation, Water, Power, Natural Resources, and Construction & Property.

Over the course of your apprenticeship, you will work full-time in a civil engineering role for Murphy, where you will be a key member of your assigned project team, responsible for the daily control, management and coordination of construction activities to ensure projects are delivered on time, on budget and to the required safety, environmental and quality standards.

Your responsibilities will increase throughout the duration of the apprenticeship programme as your skills and technical knowledge develop, and you will be supported throughout by your assigned workplace mentor, in conjunction with you university apprenticeship tutor, to ensure you gain the right mix of skills and experience to successfully complete your apprenticeship programme.

As an apprentice, your key responsibilities will include:

• Working alongside our project engineers and construction managers to develop construction strategies and sequences

• Producing sketches and drawings to clarify construction sequences

• Undertaking concept design and site inspections of temporary works

• Undertaking scope reviews of civil and structural tenders

• Assisting in providing design and remedial solutions

• Reviewing and preparing risk assessments and method statements

• Establishing and maintaining secondary dimensional control

• Ensuring appropriate as-built surveys are undertaken

• Checking dimensions of major elements and critical interfaces

• Monitoring surveying and setting out of subcontractors, ensuring best practice

• Raising Non-Conformance Reports

• Monitoring subcontractors to ensure compliance with method statements and inspection test plans

• Carrying out quality control checks

• Assisting package and construction manages with quality issues arising on site.

A2 level:

AAA from three A2 levels to include Mathematics and a Physical Science. If grades do not include Mathematics, this will be subject to passing a Mathematics Test.

BTEC:

DDD in the BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma to include Calculus to solve Engineering problems and Further Engineering Mathematics OR D*D in the BTEC Level 3 Diploma and grade A in A2 level Mathematics. If grades do not include Mathematics, this will be subject to passing a Mathematics Test.

Candidates with non-standard qualifications will be considered on a case-by-case basis and will be subject to passing a Mathematics Test.

You must have, or be working towards, a full UK Driving license due to the travel involved.

You will graduate with a Civil and Infrastructure Engineering BEng from a world class University and your tuition fees are paid for.

Salary:

Competitive.

When applying for a degree apprenticeship, you do not apply to the University via UCAS, but instead apply directly to the employer.

Please visit the job profile at Murphy Group to submit your application.

Closing date:

Wednesday 31st March 2021. Please be aware that if the programme becomes oversubscribed, applications can close before the stated deadline. We strongly advise you to submit your application as early as possible.


BSc (Hons) Digital and Technology Solutions (Network Engineering)

You would follow our Digital and Technology Solutions Network Engineering pathway which has been carefully designed to help you achieve the required knowledge, skills and behaviours for a successful career as a Network Engineer.

Opportunity with Lubrizol

The Lubrizol Corporation is a provider of specialty chemicals for transportation, industrial and consumer markets.

They have been delivering science to improve lives for more than 90 years. Today, their 8,800 global employees continue to innovate solutions that are found in products used by people across the world every day.

Network engineers are responsible for building and maintaining the day-to-day operation of computer networks that companies and organizations rely on. At Lubrizol, these areas include Wide Area Network (WAN), Local Area Network (LAN), Network Security and Core Networking.

The Network Engineer utilizes strong technical and communication skills to work with global members of the functional teams as well as business stakeholders; effective communication is a must. This role requires the ability to analyse, troubleshoot, strategize, improvise, think externally, and implement a vast array of solutions that simultaneously align with Lubrizol’s best practices and satisfy the user base.

As an apprentice, your key responsibilities will include:

• Working alongside our project engineers and construction managers to develop construction strategies and sequences

• Investigating faults in the network

• Updating network equipment to the latest firmware releases

• Configuring firewalls, routing and switching to maximise network efficiency and security

• Maximising network performance through ongoing monitoring and troubleshooting

• Arranging scheduled upgrades

• Maintain documentation for solution design and procedural work instructions

• Reporting network status to key stakeholders

• Installing, configuring and supporting network technology including Routers, Switches, Wireless, Load Balancers, DNS, DHCP, Firewall

• Involved in designing and implementing new network solutions and/or improving the efficiency of current networks

GCSEs:

GCSE Maths and English at grade 5 (C) or above.

A2 level:

Grade C in A2 level Mathematics plus a further A2 level in either Science, Engineering or Technology or equivalent.

Salary:

Competitive.

Tuition and course fees are paid, 33 days holiday (including 8 bank holidays), flexible working hours, subsidised Sports and Social Club and subsidised on site restaurant facility.

When applying for a degree apprenticeship, you do not apply to the University via UCAS, but instead apply directly to the employer.

Please visit the job profile at Lubrizol to submit your application.

Closing date:

Friday 12th March 2021. Please be aware that if the programme becomes oversubscribed, applications can close before the stated deadline. We strongly advise you to submit your application as early as possible.


BSc (Hons) Digital Healthcare Science

You would follow our Digital Healthcare Science programme which has been carefully designed to help you achieve the required knowledge, skills and behaviours for a successful career as a Digital Healthcare Scientist.

Opportunity with ORCHA

ORCHA is a world leading health app evaluation and advisor organisation. They help governments, health and social care organisations to choose and deliver health apps that will safely make the biggest impact in terms of improving outcomes. Their tools help health professionals to prescribe and monitor usage of health apps.

There are over 327,000 health apps available, yet just 43 apps account for 83% of downloads. Your challenge will be to help ORCHA get the right Apps to the right people at the right time.

Your role as a Digital Healthcare Degree Apprentice will be a full-time position as a Digital Health Reviewer and Analyst and successful applicants can expect to gain a broad understanding of operational processes to review healthcare apps. The Digital Healthcare Apprentices will investigate and evaluate healthcare apps.

The role consists of, but is not limited to, the following key activities:

• Undertaking reviews, re-reviews or signing off on a range of distinct Apps from a variety of different areas

• Investigate and examine all aspects of an App and the information that it provides

• Check out the relevant websites and App store entries to gather all the required evidence

• Work with Regulators directly in areas such as medical device regulation, data protection and clinical evidence evaluation

• Work with Developers to help enhance their App in line with relevant regulations standards and best practice

• Undertake extra research projects when required

• Work with the Senior Management Team and the wider teams to deliver service excellence

• Work with Clinical Leads in developing the Digital Healthcare pathway based on areas of expertise

Essential:

• ABB from three A2 levels including at least one Science, Technology, Engineering or Maths subject.

• Outstanding analytical skills and demonstrated academic achievement

• Able to demonstrate working knowledge of Word, Excel and PowerPoint

Desirable:

• Experience in digital health

• Keen interest with Apps and health technology

• Able to demonstrate a working knowledge of online collaboration tools such Google Workspace

Non-standard applications are encouraged and will be considered. All suitable applicants will be subject to a competency-based interview and will be asked to assess an app as part of the interview process.

Salary:

£16,000 per annum with an increase on successful completion of probation.

Tuition and course fees are paid, 25 days annual leave per year (based on 37.5 hours per week), pension and mentor and peer support.

When applying for a degree apprenticeship, you do not apply to the University via UCAS, but instead apply directly to the employer.

Send your CV and covering letter to awesomejobs@orcha.co.uk.

You can visit the job profile at ORCHA for more information.

Closing date:

Monday 15th March 2021. Please be aware that if the programme becomes oversubscribed, applications can close before the stated deadline. We strongly advise you to submit your application as early as possible.


*The details of these vacancies are provided by our employer partners and the University of Warwick does not take any responsibility for the accuracy of the information provided.