If you’ve just finished school or college, or you’re just entering the world of work, and you’re not sure what to do next, why not join Wrexham Council as an apprentice?
There’s a huge range of jobs and careers at the council, and an apprenticeship can be a great way to start out.
You can learn skills on the job, earn a wage and take your first steps towards your chosen career.
Want to know more?
We have some exciting new apprenticeships across a range of services, including:
- Education & Early Intervention Services
- Finance & ICT
- Customer Service & Digital
- Social Care
- HR, Performance and Improvement
- Economy & Planning
You’ll get varied and valuable work experience, and lots of support from colleagues keen to help you start your career in local government.
You’ll work towards a nationally recognised qualification in an area of interest to you.
Apprenticeships last for two years and can often lead to further career opportunities at the council.
Take your first step today.
Councillor Beverley Parry-Jones, Lead Member for Corporate Services, says:
“We want more people to consider careers in local government, and we’re very excited to offer this opportunity.
“Those first steps into the world of work can be difficult and confusing, but an apprenticeship is a great starting point.
“You will gain valuable work and life experience, earn a wage and work towards qualifications that will help you in your future career.
“Maybe you’ve just finished school or college and you’re thinking about you’re next move, or you’re just starting out in employment for other reasons.
“Either way, an apprenticeship could be a great option – opening lots of doors for you, and giving you the opportunity to reach your full potential and achieve your aspirations.
“It’s also a great way for us to identify fresh talent, and recruit people with the right skills and attitude to deliver key services for the people of Wrexham.”
How to apply
The closing date for applications is September 9 (2022), so don’t hang about. Apply now to start in October.