“If you’re considering where to start your career, an Apprenticeship in the Fire & Security Sector is a great place to start. With the increasing use of Apps & AI technologies, the industry is bursting with potential and is crying out for people with the skills to meet the ever growing demand. Many who join our industry find a job for life and at EDSB you will find a great place to begin your journey. It’s never been more important to learn and earn!”
Founder of the CSL Group and Chairman of the BSIA
The EDSB Group are national providers of Fire, Security, Electrical, Mechanical and Building Services.
We work nationally across the UK and from design and speciﬁcation through to installation and maintenance, our focus is to deliver compliance to our clients, alongside an unbeatable level of service.
We are growing fast and we are now looking to recruit apprentices in both Fire & Security and Plumbing to join the team in the following areas :
- Birmingham & the Midlands
- London & the South
- Leeds & the North of England
The successful applicants will become an apprentice working towards nationally recognised qualiﬁcations. You will work alongside our experienced engineers, ensuring you learn both at college and on the job.
At EDSB our people and culture sets us apart from our competitors, as we always work as #oneteam to deliver the highest standard of service to our customers.
So, as you’d expect, we are only after certain types of people.
You’ll be keen to learn, professional and able to work ﬂexibly with different teams of people. You’ll also need to think on your feet and respond to any challenge given to you. Ideally you will also have a driving licence, or be working towards one.
In return, you will gain an apprenticeship, start on a career path that we will support you with, get a competitive salary and join a friendly, professional and hard-working team.
So, if this great opportunity sounds like your thing, send your CV and a covering letter to email@example.com by 11 September 2020. Interviews will be held w/c 12 October, with an anticipated start date of 21 October 2020.