Level 6 Plant Engineer Apprentice Pathway

  • Schneider Electric
  • Various Locations
  • £23000 per annum

Schneider Electric’s Level 6 Plant Engineer Pathway offers the opportunity for apprentices become a Manufacturing Industrialisation Specialist or an Industrial Engineer whilst working towards a Level 6 Science Industry Process and Plant Engineer Degree Apprenticeship. Within this pathway, you’ll support the manufacture of products in terms of process, quality, efficiency, production and cost working closely with the Engineering, Maintenance, Quality, Operations and Production teams.

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  • Wages
    £23,000 p/a
  • Hours
    35.00 per week
  • Date Posted
  • Start Date
  • Approx. Duration
    4 Years

  • Location
    Various Locations
  • Status
    Now Taking Applications
  • Sector
    Engineering & Manufacturing
  • Opportunity Type
    Higher Level 6
  • Apprenticeship Standard
    Science industry process and plant engineer (degree) (ST0473)
  • Employer
    Schneider Electric

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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 opportunities@getmyfirstjob.co.uk

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.

Which apprenticeship opportunity does this Pathway offer?

· Industrialisation Engineer Apprentice (Leeds, Manufacturing Based)

As an Industrialisation Engineer Apprentice, you’ll help to improve Schneider’s industrial processes in terms of ergonomics, labour cost and lead time. This includes driving projects, executing different implementations (line architecture & industrialisation) and guarantee the performance of industrial processes, applying Lean tools and SPS (Schneider Performance System) methodology.

· Industrial Engineer Apprentice (Scarborough, Office Based)

As an Industrial Engineer Apprentice, you’ll help lead the Digital Transformation across all of Schneider’s sites. You’ll ensure that processes are automated and digitised whilst keeping close control on Productivity, Efficiency and Effectiveness via target measuring. You’ll also monitor Schneider’s Carbon Footprint and create action plans to reduce and eliminate the impact of the business on the environment.

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Skills that will help you in this role:

· Good numerical skills

· Computer Literate (MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Visio),

· Attention to detail

· Well organised and capable to follow step by step instructions

· Able to work as part of a team

· Customer orientation

What qualifications do you need?

· 5 GCSE grades including Maths and English at grade 4 (C) or above

· Hold a valid UK driving license

· For more information on the role-specific qualification requirements for this Pathway, please refer to the ‘Schneider Electric Apprentice Role Guide' featured within this vacancy.

Power up your career with an apprenticeship at Schneider Electric

· Schneider’s apprenticeship roles are crafted to foster innovation and practical skills meaning you'll gain key industry knowledge/experience recognised by professionals within the field.

· As part of this pathway, you will undertake the Level 6 Science Industry and Plant Engineer Degree apprenticeship with training delivered by Aston University over a 4 year period.

· You'll also be assigned a 'Buddy' that will act as an additional support point. Your Buddy may be past or current Early Career employee or an experienced team member.

What does the future look like?

After completing the programme, performance pending, you will successfully transition into a permanent position with the team/business you have worked in as an apprentice.

Benefits include:

· Competitive Salary & Attractive Bonus Scheme

· Employee Share Ownership Programme

· Pension Scheme & Generous Life Assurance

· Work Laptop & Mobile Phone Provided

· 28 Days Annual Leave + Public Holidays

· Holiday Buy & Sell Programme

· Flexible Working Arrangements (Role Dependent)

· Hybrid Working Arrangements (Role Dependent)

· Access to Health & Wellbeing Support

· Volunteering Opportunities

· Access to Employee Discounts (including Fitness, Shopping & Dining)

· Open Talent Market Portal Access (Portal includes view of internal job opportunities, mentors, and projects globally)

· Learning Portal Access (Portal includes content that supports continuous learning)

Diversity and Inclusion are at the heart of Schneider Electric’s organisation, it's an integral part of their history, culture, and identity. 

Schneider Electric recognise that embracing diversity unlocks innovation and creativity and fosters collaboration. They want employees to reflect the diversity of our communities and the customers they serve. As a result, their teams are stronger to drive the company's future.  

Schneider Electric are proudly participating in the Disability Confident Programme offering support to people in the workplace who consider themselves living with a disability.

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