The Satellite Applications Catapult has two absolutely amazing Apprenticeship opportunities starting in January 2019!

Our Technical Services Group is seeking for an Electrical Apprentice and a Mechanical Apprentice. (Click on the roles to view the full job spec!)

This is a fantastic opportunity for anybody looking for a challenging and rewarding career in a hands-on engineering environment. Best of all, you would get your hands on the latest technology in the Space sector ensuring you are always at the forefront of innovation – you never know where this career can take you.

Are we right for you? If you can say YES! To all the below then YES! You are! Give us a call or send us your profile! Be mindful, applications MUST be in by 3rd of December!

  • You love learning and take pride in what you do!
  • You have keen interest in technology and like to know how things work
  • You are not a stranger to Microsoft Office packages and feel comfortable using computers /tablets and the likes
  • You are eligible to work in the UK and can provide documentation to support that
  • You are able to commit to a Fixed Term Appointment of 4 years and cannot wait to start your career in SPACE!

Sounds about right? Why not send your covering letter and CV (CV is optional) to or give her a call for more details on 07557145062

Good to know:

The role is a 4 year apprenticeship scheme. The salary is staged as follows:

  • 1st year £14,000 per annum + benefits
  • 2nd year £16,500 per annum + benefits
  • 3rd year £19,000 per annum + benefits
  • 4th year £21,000 per annum + benefits

The first year will be spent mainly in Oxfordshire Advance Skills centre based in Culham where the highly experienced engineers will teach you the basic skills and you will learn with a group of likeminded people!

For more on what we do and what it’s like get in touch with our resourcing team.

This is an exceptional opportunity If you want to be part of an energetic and creative team, involved in the creation of industry leading technology and products!

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