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Due to increased demand Network Rail is seeking to recruit 15 additional apprentices for its 2016 intake.
Apprentices have until 18 July to apply for the three-year scheme, which starts on 24 September.
The company, which takes on 150 apprentices a year, has vacancies at Manchester, Stockport, Preston, Warrington, Liverpool, Crewe, Carlisle, Stafford, Sandwell & Dudley, Bletchley, Banbury and London Euston.
The Advanced Apprenticeship programme offers people aged 18 and over a chance to earn while they learn.
Tina Purkis, head of human resources for Network Rail’s London North Western route, said: “This is a fabulous opportunity for young people to gain valuable work experience, transferable skills and recognised qualifications in one of the UK’s most exciting industries.”
Successful applicants will spend 20 weeks of the scheme at Network Rail’s development centre near Coventry. They will then move to their local depots where they’ll experience the front line of the railway.
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