22 May 2017
Richard Irvin Energy Solutions is on the lookout for new talent with the launch of its Apprentice Programme, which offers six vacancies at its various locations across Scotland.
Successful applicants to the Programme will benefit from hands on training while working towards industry recognised qualifications which they will gain by attending an accredited college course.
Claire Gray, HR Advisor said: ‘We currently have 33 apprentices and adult trainees working with us at Richard Irvin, and we are now looking to increase this number. Apprentices are key to the future of our company, and indeed the wider construction and building services industry, therefore when an apprentice joins us we aim to provide them with the best possible start to their career.
‘At Richard Irvin we have a well-established and recognised Programme where our apprentices are mentored during their on the job training, giving them the support and experience they need to take forward to college.’
Richard Irvin Energy Solutions believe that the investment in Apprentices will enable the business to perform better and remain competitive within its markets. In turn, this also gives the Apprentice valuable work experience, allowing them to develop their skills, knowledge and experience whilst developing their understanding of the business.
Richard Irvin Energy Solutions has recently demonstrated its commitment to the next generation by joining The 5% Club, an industry led initiative focused on driving momentum into the recruitment of apprentices, graduates and sponsored students.
Applications for apprenticeships opened on 1st May with vacancies in Aberdeen, Glasgow and Inverness. For further information please visit the apprentice page on our website www.richard-irvin.com/careers/apprenticeships/
Richard Irvin Energy Solutions is one of Scotland’s largest private engineering companies. Established in 1871, the business employs approximately 450 people across Scotland providing energy solutions and services to both commercial and domestic customers through its core business units of Mechanical & Electrical Project Services and Technical Facilities Management.