How does Schneider Electric's Early
Career Pathways work?
Schneider Electric’s UK Early Careers
Opportunities Application Process is designed to simplify your choices!
Start by simply applying to the
Pathway you're interested in. Within each Pathway, you’ll have the opportunity
to explore the individual Apprentice roles available, as well as the location
and working arrangements.
Then using the 'Schneider Electric
Apprentice Role Guide' below, learn more about the specific responsibilities,
skills and entry requirements for each role to help you decide on a role that
best suits your interests and career goals.
It’s important to keep a note of your
preferences on the role and location you're looking for as this will be requested
during the first stage of the Application Process.
If you are having difficulty viewing
the 'Schneider Electric Apprentice Role Guide’ you can request a copy from us at
Please note: Schneider Electric will
take the skills you have demonstrated throughout the Application Process into
consideration as well as your preferences before assigning successful
candidates to a specific role.
apprenticeship opportunity does this Pathway offer?
· Technical Engineer Apprentice (Telford, Office Based)
Undertake a 4-year programme at Schneider’s Telford Hub
where you will be provided with on-the-job training in various manufacturing
and electrical engineering departments whilst studying at Shrewsbury College.
· Maintenance Engineer Apprentice (Leeds, Plant Based)
Become part of
an effective team, ensuring Schneider’s site plant and equipment is maintained
to reduce downtime and optimise production efficiency.
· On-Site Support Tech Apprentice (Telford, Office Based)
IT Support Tech Apprentice is responsible to support
Schneider Electric’s workplace and infrastructure equipment (including network
related ones) physically on-location at Schneider Electric facilities.
· Supply Chain Apprentice (Telford, Office Based)
As a Supply Chain Apprentice,
you will have the opportunity to gain practical experience and contribute to
ensure resources balance for materials, components, and finished products by
managing the customer’s needs.
· Team Leader Apprentice (Leeds, Plant Based)
As a Team Leader Apprentice, you’ll provide
guidance and support to a work force group and support manage the
responsibilities of assembly and delivery of products to our customers.
· Panel Wiring Engineer Apprentice (Scarborough, Plant
As a Panel
Wiring Engineer Apprentice, you’ll undertake an advanced apprenticeship as an
electrical assembly/test technician leading to a nationally recognised
qualification and accreditation.