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Opportunities with Jaguar Land Rover

There are currently several Degree Apprenticeship opportunities at Jaguar Land Rover. Please see the vacancies here for more information and how to apply.

Opportunity with Goldman Sachs

This is an opportunity to earn a salary and MSc while embarking on a career in financial services and technology.

Get a head start on your career in Goldman Sachs while earning a Master’s degree.

Goldman Sachs Level 7 Master’s Degree Apprenticeship is a two-year programme for students looking to pursue a Master’s degree in Digital and Technology Solutions from the University of Warwick.

As an Engineering Level 7 Degree Apprentice participant, you will:

• Complete a Level 7 Apprenticeship within Goldman Sachs Engineering while working towards a Master’s degree, studying core topics such as Data Analytics, Machine Learning and Big Data Processing

• Graduate with a Master’s degree in Digital and Technology Solutions (DTS), with the potential opportunity of a full time position with the firm

• Learn about new technologies and modern innovators, programming techniques and innovative software design. The placement within the firm will allow Apprentices to apply academic skills to ongoing real time software and engineering assignments

• Dedicate one day a week to ‘off-the-job learning’, along with an additional six weeks of teaching sprints over the course of two years

The programme is aligned to the Digital & Technology Solutions Specialist (Level 7) Degree Apprenticeship Standard. By the end of the Master’s degree programme, Apprentices will learn how to:  

• Maintain digital and technology strategies through technology leadership 

• Investigate, identify and implement technological strategic solutions   

• Deliver digital technology provision by studying organisation goals and practices   

Start date:

September 2023

Location:

London and Birmingham

Degree:

This programme is suited for students looking to pursue a Master’s degree commencing in 2023. Entry requirements for the programme are a minimum 2:2 in a STEM related subject.

You will achieve a Master’s degree in Digital and Technology Solutions from the University of Warwick and your tuition fees are paid for.

Upon graduation, Apprentices are eligible for a full time role at the firm

  

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

Please visit gs.com/careers for further information about the role and the link to submit your application.

Closing date:

12 February 2023. 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.

Opportunity with Collins Aerospace

Collins Aerospace, Wolverhampton provides a range of aircraft systems and utilities to the largest aircraft manufacturers and works closely alongside these companies to develop state-of-the-art technologies in civil and military sectors. Current and recent projects include Airbus A220, Embraer KC-390, Airbus A380, Boeing 787 Dreamliner and the F35-Lightning II.

The apprenticeship will involve a blend of electrical, mechanical and general engineering input, designed to meet the evolving skills needs in this sector.

You will complete a rotational programme aligned to the apprenticeship across Collins Aerospace ensuring key competences are met. Additionally, you will be assigned a mentor to support your development and will be supported by our Early Careers Team to ensure progression on programme.

Over the apprenticeship, you will learn to solve real-world problems using a combination of mechanical and electrical engineering expertise. The work at Collins Aerospace will require a mixture of skills in design, testing, analysis, reporting, verification, safety assessment, quality assurance, project management and delivering to time and cost.

Some of your key responsibilities will be:

• Identify and derive technical requirements for electro-mechanical projects or systems

• Design or redesign electro-mechanical products or systems to fulfil customer and technical requirements

• Create and utilise technical analyses models or simulations to predict the performance of products or systems

• Build or oversee the production of prototype systems, components or specimens to test functionality and performance of products

• Verify that products/systems comply with legislative and company standards

• Review performance of in-service products/systems

• Communicate information, progress, risks and issues at all levels of the business

• Contribute to risk identification and risk management processes within the scope of allocated work stream

• Work with a range of internal and external stakeholders

• Regularly attend reviews to analyse performance and personal development targets

Start date:

1 September 2023

Location:

Wolverhampton

A level:

AAA from three A levels to include Mathematics and Physics.

BTEC:

DDD in the BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in an engineering discipline to include the two Mathematics units, 'Calculus to Solve Engineering Problems' and 'Further Engineering Mathematics.

GCSE:

GCSE Mathematics and English at grade C/4.

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

Salary:

£20,000 per annum

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 for further information about the role and the link to submit your application.

Closing date:

03 February 2023. 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.


 

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