Meeting the Great British Engineers of Tomorrow!
Atlantic Pumps were delighted to meet with some of the most talented young engineers in the country this week at the Apprenticeship Recruitment Jobs Fair at the AMRC Training Centre in Sheffield.
Above: Atlantic Operations team member and apprentice Laurence Ward talks with guests at the AMRC Recruitment Fair.
Over 150 people attended the event with more than 30 companies represented.
Atlantic have worked closely with the AMRC for a number of years and as a company have always been committed to employing young people in the industry and investing in the next generation of British engineering.
We firmly believe in the value of apprenticeships. Mike Young, Evan Biggin, Laurence Ward and Riegan Woodhead-Tinsley are testament to this and all have become well-regarded, key members of the Operations team, developing their skills in-house alongside their college education.
Above: visitors to the AMRC Recruitment Fair meet with companies.
Managing Director Andy Smith represented Atlantic Pumps at the event and was joined by Operation team member and apprentice Laurence Ward.
"It was a great event and brilliant to be talking face to face again with some great potential - young people who will be the backbone of this country's industrial prosperity for years to come!" said Andy.
Fancy Joining Atlantic Pumps?
We are looking for a positive, can-do Trainee Service Fitter, willing to take on any challenge, attempt the impossible and be a key player in the organisation.
During the first year you will attend the University of Sheffield AMRC Training Centre in Sheffield, full time for an initial block of study. One Friday per month you will return to the workplace.
After the initial block of training you will attend the AMRC Training Centre for one day a week to undertake the knowledge study. The remaining four days will be spent at Atlantic Pumps learning on the job.
For further information on the position and details on how to apply, please visit: atlanticpumps.co.uk/pages/careers-culture. Please note that the closing date for applications is 8th July 2022. Applications should be submitted to the AMRC, quoting ref no. 57-647.