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Applications for our Engineering Maintenance Apprenticeship are now closed and will reopen on 1 November 2014.
Applications for our Business Apprenticeship are now closed and will reopen in Spring 2014
Our recruitment process is designed to make sure that you're right for us and we're right for you. If you’re successful in joining us, you'll be on the path to a rewarding career that offers the chance to be part of the UK's energy future. Here’s how to get started.
When you apply online you’ll be asked to upload your CV and answer some questions related to your skills and experience. Be sure to take the time to fill these out thoroughly.
Your application will be carefully reviewed by the EDF Energy team. We’ll take into account your educational qualifications, skills and experience, and we’ll let you know you whether or not you’ll be progressing to the next stage of the process as soon as possible.
If we like the look of your application, you’ll be invited to undertake some assessments at one of our offices. You’ll be told the outcome of your tests within 14 days.
If you’re successful in passing the testing phase, we’ll invite you back for a face-to-face interview and assessment session. Here, you’ll meet people from the business and be asked about your motivation for undertaking an apprenticeship as well as your educational and work experience.
After this final stage, we’ll let you know whether or not we’re offering you a position. We’ll try to do this within three weeks of your interview.