Apprentice using machinery

Our apprenticeship is a four year programme designed to train the future technicians who go on to work in our world-class workshops and laboratories, contributing to the research and teaching that we do.

Our technician apprentices specialise in either Mechanical or Electronics and Mechatronics Engineering and combine their studies with on-the-job training across a range of our busy workshops. As well as earning a competitive salary, you will build a wide range of technical skills and gain formal qualifications that will help you in your future career.

Read more about the apprenticeship structure.

We are looking for enthusiastic individuals with an interest in engineering. You will need (or expect to gain) grade 9 – 6 (A*-B) at GCSE in Maths, English and Science (or Design and Technology for the Mechanical Engineering pathway). No prior work experience is required.

What do technicians get involved in at Imperial College London?

Hear from some of our current technicians:

Our main activity is research. We have a wide variety of subjects and types of research happening all over the College - all of which rely on quality technicans for their success.

To find out more about what we do, why not read more about our research or find out a little bit more about our departments:

Read more here about what some of our technician apprentices do at the end of the programme.

How do I apply?
 

Applications are now open for the Technician Apprenticeship Scheme.

There is one post available in Electronics and Mechatronics Engineering, which will begin in September 2017.

The closing date for applications is Monday 24 July 2017 (midnight BST).

Our preferred method of application is online via our Recruitment Website. Please select “Job Search” then enter “Technician Apprenticeship Scheme” or vacancy reference number “HRB201731AH” into “Keywords”. Please complete and upload an application form as directed.

 If you have any questions about the scheme, please contact Ailish Harikae: a.harikae@imperial.ac.uk.