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Trainee Vacancies - Currently we don't have any vacancies, check back soon!

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Briggs and Forrester Group
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Each year we take on a number of trainees to work within the specialist building services industry. We look for our trainees between May and July so please contact us at this time or look out for more details on our website. Our positions suit self-motivated and enthusiastic individuals who possess GCSEs in Mathematics, English and Science as a minimum, and those who are keen to continue with their education. We offer a variety of career paths and the company is structured so that those with talent and enthusiasm will get responsibility and the rewards to match. Many of our current management and fully qualified employees have progressed through our comprehensive training scheme and with the right attitude, the same rewards could be yours. We offer a good basic salary, a structured training programme which leads to a recognised qualification, a varied working environment and excellent career prospects.

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