Sky: Home Service Apprenticeships

Do you want to work for Europe’s biggest entertainment brand?

Working in a fun, fast moving environment surrounded by some of the best people in the industry. Join Sky as an apprentice and you will have a job you love to talk about!

Home Service 
Here at Sky we’re dedicated to increasing gender diversity in our workforce. To support this, in 2018 we launched a training scheme to help 1000 women get into engineering careers and we continue to push this initiative in our Apprentice space. Join us on our Home Service Apprenticeship Programme to kickstart your engineering career and gain access to developmental opportunities that you just won’t find anywhere else. 

You can enjoy a mixture of hands-on and digital learning to equip you with all the necessary skills you will need to become a Sky engineer. And not just that, while you learn you can also enjoy a competitive salary and lots of other benefits as a Sky employee. You’ll also be supported by your own buddy, usually a more experienced apprentice or ex-apprentice, who knows exactly what it’s like to join a programme like yours - who’ll help you through your everyday tasks.

And once you complete our programme (up to 2 years), you can enjoy the security of a permanent role in the Sky family.

Any Requirements?
No experience is needed, if you can drive and have good listening skills then this is the perfect opportunity for you. Whether you’ve just finished school, returning to the workplace after a break or  looking for a career change – everyone is welcome, and we would love for you to apply. Nothing happens on screen without the talented people behind the scenes. So, support us on our journey to change social attitudes towards women in the workplace and register your interest now.
 

Register your interest here 

Posted by Hi-hope Admin on 5 March 2021 at 15:55

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