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Civil Engineer Level 3 Apprenticeship ABLEY LETCHFORD PARTNERSHIP LIMITED

It is an exciting time to join ALP as we continue to expand our presence in the market through continued repeat business and new appointments alike. The vacancy will bolster our experienced design teams function and see the candidate gain a solid grounding in development infrastructure and civil engineering throughout the lifetime of the project.

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Closing date: 30 Oct 2021

Apprenticeship summary

  • Weekly wage

    £234.00

  • Working week

    Monday to Thursday 9am to 5.30pm Friday 9am to 4.00pm. 1 hour for lunch.

    Total hours per week: 36.00

  • Expected duration

    36 months

  • Possible start date

    08 Nov 2021

  • Date posted

    17 Sep 2021

  • Apprenticeship level

    Advanced
    Level 3 (A level)

  • Reference number

    VAC001766943

  • Positions

    1 available

Our projects range from small, exclusive developments through to large scale strategic residential provisions of 5,000 homes. The candidate will learn and develop by supporting current staff with their day to day duties and responsibilities.

Responsibilities

It is essential that employees take ownership of all aspects of their role and responsibilities and are fully accountable for their actions and performance. How the core attributes need to be manifested within the day to day duties of this role are set out below:

  • Acting professionally as a representative of Abley Letchford Partnership, demonstrating loyalty and commitment
  • Adopting a client focused approach to deliver client satisfaction and commercial success
  • Fostering a network of professional contacts and actively seeking opportunities, to contribute to the future business growth of Abley Letchford Partnership
  • Working collaboratively to complete tasks in accordance with the scope, budget and timelines, whilst keeping others informed of progress
  • Ensuring accuracy of work and taking responsibility for delivery of a high-quality product in a timely manner
  • Adopting a questioning / challenging approach creating innovative and viable solutions, whilst seeking clarification when uncertain
  • Using initiative and participating in all aspects of workload delivery, regardless of task, thereby contributing to effective team working
  • Communicating with clients and other stakeholders in a professional manner.
  • Participating positively in office and project meetings as required
  • Managing, delegating and supervising others, to encourage high performance, innovation and ownership
  • Supporting and mentoring team members in their career development
  • Adopting a proactive approach to seeking and sharing knowledge of relevant policies, standards and processes
  • Applying the Abley Letchford Partnership Business Management System (BMS) to champion change and drive continuous improvement
  • Showing full commitment to continuously develop technical and behavioural skills
  • Displaying flexibility with respect to travel and working location and to occasionally work unsocial hours

Role Requirements

Your role involves supporting senior colleagues to work with clients and stakeholders, such as local highway authorities, to help formulate appropriate technical solutions to facilitate development projects.

The approach taken must be informed by a good appreciation of the issues concerning planning and development as well as a sound technical understanding of engineering design.

The particular attributes needed to undertake the role include:

  • Appreciation of design delivery, including the multidisciplinary aspects of design
  • Assisting in assessment and appraisal ofsites in terms of their suitability for development, identifying constraints and impacts as well as opportunities for mitigation
  • Undertaking site visits to gather information and data
  • Commissioning data from external suppliers, checking and collating for use/ presentation
  • Appreciation and use of appropriate industry software
  • Analysing and interpreting data using mathematical techniques and specialist computer applications
  • Assisting the project team including, scoping, financial, programme and resource management
  • Assisting with line management duties for junior staff members
  • Preparing planning and design deliverable packages for professional submission, including drawings, reports and analyses
  • Helping to communicate findings to clients and other stakeholders, including members of the public

Requirements and prospects

Desired skills

  • Good written and verbal communication skills in order to present outputs in a structured and balanced way, with an ability to listen and take instruction
  • Good numerical, analytical and IT skills
  • Helping to communicate findings to clients and other stakeholders, including members of the public

Personal qualities

Core Attributes

Staff will be required to work on a range of technically challenging projects and be focussed on the delivery of results to clients.

The type of work is varied and challenging, providing an interesting and changing mix. Acting as a representative of Abley Letchford Partnership, it is essential that all staff contribute positively to the aims of the company by exhibiting the core attributes below:

  • Enthusiasm 
  • Drive
  • Integrity
  • Reliability
  • Competency
  • Accountability
  • Collaborative working
  • Problem-solving capabilities
  • Commercial awareness

Desired qualifications

  • 5 GCSEs at grades A*-C/9-4 including maths (grade B/8), English and science or their equivalent. Apprentices without level 2 English and maths will need to have achieve this prior to taking the end point assessment

Future prospects

  • Opportunities for further study and support to the right candidate. No limits to prospects at ALP

Things to consider

Company

  • Free parking is available either onsite or nearby
  • Public Transport links to Hungerford are excellent
  • 3 month probation period for all staff
  • Pension scheme operates after 3 month probation
  • Interview with be with both Directors

New College Swindon

  • You will need to complete initial assessments in maths and English
  • You will complete pre-screen paperwork and complete required documentation
  • You will need to have a pre-screen chat with New College Swindon to discuss your experience and the apprenticeship in more detail

About the employer

Abley Letchford Partnership Ltd is a development planning and infrastructure consultancy providing high quality, trusted services to clients throughout the UK. We support clients in developing their land and buildings to maximise value and create better places to live and work.

Employer

ABLEY LETCHFORD PARTNERSHIP LIMITED

Address

3 Tealgate

Hungerford

RG17 0YT

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Training

Training provider

NEW COLLEGE SWINDON

Applications for this apprenticeship are being processed by New College

Contact

Kirsty Bain 07595 201840 kirsty.bain@newcollege.ac.uk

What is delivered?

  • BTEC Level 3 in Civil Engineering

Consist of 10 units:

  • 7 mandatory units
  • 3 optional units

How is it delivered?

Day release for 18-24 months, this will include face to face deliver, remote learning opportunities and will also have practical elements to support the development of the Apprentices skills.

End Point Assessment (EPA)

Stage 1- A project which will test the apprentice’s ability to integrate the knowledge, skills and behaviours acquired during the apprenticeship by developing a response to a technical project brief set by the Professional Engineering Institution, with a number of options and a rationale for the choice of one as the optimum solution.

A written report of 1400-1600 words which demonstrates how, in the course of their apprenticeship, the apprentice has integrated the knowledge, skills and behaviours needed to be a competent Civil Engineering Technician. The report is verified by a professionally qualified engineer and will be used to inform the structured interview.

Stage 2- A 10-minute presentation by the apprentice to the Assessor Panel showcasing their response to the project brief. This will be followed by 10-15 minutes of questions and discussion.

Apprenticeship standard

Civil engineering technician

Level 3 (A level)


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