Thursday, February 10, 2011

News: New apprentices for Tata Steel


Tata Steel is searching for 16 engineering apprentices to start work at its South Yorkshire sites.

The new recruits will work across the at Tata Steel Speciality sites in Aldwarke, Brinsworth and Stocksbridge.

The new apprentices, who will start work in September, will study for nationally-recognised qualifications at Rotherham College of Arts and Technology, while spending the remainder of their time training alongside Tata Steel's engineering experts at the company's Stocksbridge-based training centre.

Mick Hood, HR Manager at Tata Steel Speciality, said: "Our apprentices represent the future of our business and we are looking for passionate, bright and dedicated people to join our apprentice programme in September.

"As a global company we offer many opportunities for apprentices who choose to work for us. There are many areas of work they can enter into throughout the company, making a career at Tata Steel exciting and dynamic."

In November 2010, Tata Steel Europe announced that it was investing £6.5m in new high-tech equipment at its Stocksbridge plant in South Yorkshire, to increase production of aerospace steels. A move that safeguarded 2,000 jobs at Rotherham and Stocksbridge.

In July 2010, the steelmaker announced plans to recruit 154 new workers for its South Yorkshire manufacturing operations and the resumption of apprentice and graduate recruitment.

Following a big restructure which saw the loss of 1,000 local jobs, Tata now employs almost 2,000 people at the Rotherham and Stocksbridge manufacturing plants, in addition to about 250 employees at our technology centre in Rotherham.

Tata Steel recruitment website
Tata Steel Speciality website



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