Apprentice Building Services Design Engineer - Mechanical

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£15,000 - £17,500 DOE
Closing date

NPS Property Consultants represents the strategic partnership between NPS Group and Norfolk County Council, aimed at delivering exceptional services through property maintenance and consultancy. Whilst initially a dedicated public sector partner, NPS Property Consultants’ business portfolio has grown to incorporate a number of private sector clients across the East of England.

NPS Property Consultants are dedicated to nurturing talent within their teams, and in line with this are looking to recruit an Apprentice Building Services Engineer into their Mechanical Engineering team in Norwich.

This role is an excellent opportunity for you to develop a career within Mechanical Engineering, as we will support your desire to learn with expert in-house training and an industry recognised apprenticeship. You will have the opportunity to work alongside qualified professionals, helping them to complete a variety of tasks including the preparation of design drawings in AutoCAD and Revit. We will put you on a training programme which will give you the chance to develop into a fully qualified Mechanical Engineer.

What we are looking for from you:

  • A desire to learn and develop a career within a mechanical engineering profession
  • 3 A-Levels (Grade A-C) including at least one of English, Maths and/or Science
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, with the ability to pick up new software systems quickly
  • Any experience within an engineering related discipline would be an advantage but not required to apply for the post
  • Excellent analytical and problem solving skills


This post will close on Friday 31st May 2019, with interviews taking place in early June 2019.


An enhanced DBS check will be carried out on the successful applicant. Please click here for details of our DBS policy relating to the recruitment of ex-offenders.

We are committed to employment practices and behaviours which encourage diversity, promote equality of treatment and eliminate unlawful and or unfair discrimination.

Please read the attached job description and person specification to ensure you meet the criteria for the role before applying.

We reserve the right to close this vacancy once we have received sufficient applications. If you have not been contacted within two weeks of the closing date, please assume that your application has not been successful and will not be progressed to the next stage.

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