Kier is offering apprenticeships in Northamptonshire. It highways division held a series of virtual events last week to celebrate National Apprenticeship Week.
The events were held countrywide to explore the different career opportunities and paths a person can follow within the highways industry.
Speaking about National Apprenticeship Week, Kier Highways talent, development and inclusion manager, Tracey Collins, said: “We have an abundance of career opportunities at Kier Highways.
“Under usual circumstances we’d be able to physically host recruitment events and career workshops at schools. Until we can do that again, we wanted to host virtual information sessions for any young person interested in a career in highways.”
Kier Highways, which provides the highways services on behalf of Northamptonshire County Council, is currently looking for multiple highways maintenance operative apprentices in the Northamptonshire area.
These roles include working across several depots providing routine maintenance and ensuring the continued operation of roads, tunnels and bridges in the area. As well as this, they can also get involved with activities including kerbing, concrete work and laying asphalt.
By the end, apprentices will receive a Level 2 Highways Maintenance Skilled operative qualification, a nationally recognised qualification to kick-start your career in the Highways industry.
For more information about the apprenticeships, click here.