British Steel are recruiting their next cohort of trainees

British Steel have announced “We’re excited to announce that we are recruiting our next cohort of manufacturing trainees!”

The steel organisation recently congratulated 30 new apprentices who’ve been selected to join the team later this month saying “we look forward to welcoming you into the British Steel family” Now the firm is looking for it’s next cohort of trainees.

Lucy Smith, Day Operations Manager of Raw Materials at the Blast Furnaces started working with British Steel as an apprentice in 2015.

She said “I chose to work at British Steel because they offer amazing apprenticeship and training opportunities. I started my career as a technical apprentice in 2015 – the training and knowledge I’ve gained throughout my career here has been exceptional.

“The best bit about working for British Steel is that no 2 days are the same. I’m constantly learning new things and experiencing different operational scenarios on a day-to-day basis.

“My role as an Operations Manager (Raw Materials) has helped me gain a rich knowledge in the importance of material quality and consistency of supply. Raw materials are so important, without them we would not be able to produce the molten iron at the furnaces and downstream we would not be able to produce steel.

“The sky is the limit when it comes to learning at British Steel. Take every opportunity you can to learn more about the processes that occur at this fascinating site.”

   Lucy Smith

On the 25th of March the Jingye Group celebrated their first anniversary of taking over British Steel in Scunthorpe.

British Steel have recently launched their brand new careers website. You can view all of their latest vacancies, apply for jobs online and set up job alerts so that you never miss an opportunity to join the team! Click on the link below:

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