Interface is always looking to recruit quality employees whether it be through its apprenticeship scheme for both adults and school leavers, or through more conventional employment channels.
First class representatives of the following disciplines are constantly in demand –
- Electrical Project Managers
- Electrical Contracts Engineers
- Electrical Site Supervisors
- Approved Electricians
- Electricians’ mates
- AutoCad engineers
All applications for positions should be sent to email@example.com.
Interface is well aware that its reputation has been built on the skills of its team. So to ensure it is able to maintain its high standards, the company relies in the main on home grown talent.
That’s why Interface operates an in-house apprenticeship schemes to be found in the North of England – with both school leavers and adult trainees in the mix.
At present, there are some nine apprentices on the Interface course who may eventually emerge as fully qualified electricians under the JIB (Joint Industry Board) scheme and able to work in a wide variety of site conditions.
Each apprentice is called upon to successfully negotiate rigorous training programmes including confined space working, abrasive wheel changing, mobile tower erection, hydraulic platform operation, inspection and testing, and Energy Utility Water Card.
Interface also operates a similar apprenticeship scheme for design engineers. Again these are placed on a recognised training programme where they learn computer aidded design software packages.
The current Senior Electrical Design Engineer with the company is a product of the Interface apprenticeship scheme have joined the company 10 years ago direct from college.
Other trainee design engineers such as Mathew Taylor are also making their mark for the company, whilst an adult trainee has recently completed and advanced project management course and is due to join the office staff as a contracts engineer.
“We have a policy of growing and training our own talent and replace each apprentice who goes on to join our ranks as a fully qualified operative with a new starter,” says David B. Taylor, the Interface Managing Director.