Whether you’re an undergraduate seeking an internship or a student looking for an apprenticeship, we’re always looking for new talented employees. We offer the opportunity to do work with impact, build relationships with colleagues across the organisation and enjoy almost unlimited career growth.Johnson Controls is a great place to start a career. We offer opportunities in fields such as engineering, IT and research & development.
This is your opportunity to apply your classroom training to real-world projects. The work you do here will help you to build new skills and make your mark. Wherever you join us, you’ll be working on projects with clearly defined goals. All of these roles are paid and the programme is 12 months in duration, beginning in the summer.
From the start, you’ll be assigned a buddy and mentor. They’ll make sure you feel at home and will support your development. We’ll also help you to develop skills through on-the job training, technical training and career coaching. Meanwhile our performance management process will see you getting structured reviews on your progress and results.
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An apprenticeship with us will see you building new skills while applying your knowledge to real-world projects. There will be plenty of opportunities to explore your potential and you’ll enjoy full support from your line manager and a mentor. We are offering a full-time permanent Advanced Level 3/4 Apprenticeship Programme for talented people. This is a genuine alternative to university for people who have a passion for engineering and who want to launch their career.
We have a number of apprenticeships available across various locations throughout the UK:
Apprentice Electrical/Mechanical Installation Engineer:You will learn electrical engineering or mechanical engineering skills suitable for installing, maintaining and repairing state-of-the-art fire and security, prevention and suppression systems.
Apprentice Mechanical/Electrical Design Engineer:You will learn to produce drawings and designs using Computer Aided Design (CAD), AutoCAD and additional design and prototyping software programmes.
Apprentice Electro/Mechanical Engineer:You will learn how to apply initiative to consistently and proactively track and improve equipment safety and effectiveness.
Industrial Refrigeration:You will learn how to carry out industrial refrigeration service and maintenance, providing planned, reactive and quoted work for the Food & Beverage markets.
Chiller:You will learn how to carry out repairs and preventative maintenance of HVAC (Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning), as well as chiller systems and assets.
Mobile Controls:You will learn computing skills and problem solving. These skills will be required when you visit customer sites to perform planned service agreement tasks for customers’ business management systems.
M&E / HVAC: You will learn how to carry out repairs and preventative maintenance of HVAC (Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning), as well as chiller systems and assets.