Making sure our products, processes and equipment are fit for purpose is an essential role in our business.
As a Chemical Engineering apprentice, you will develop skills and knowledge in GSK pharmaceutical processes, products and equipment. You will learn how our products are made to be able to confidently support routine production, new product introduction & validation as well as process improvement work.
Depending on your preferences, strengths and ambition, this apprenticeship could lead in many career directions including process engineering, technical specialist, EHS and operations management.
You’ll receive tailored on-the-job training from our in-house experts, combined with early responsibility to help you develop and progress. Over the 5 years, you’ll be working towards a Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering – through a combination of distance learning and college attendance.
Working with both your line and programme manager we want to identify the right opportunities to help you succeed in the short term and throughout your career with us. You will also be assigned a buddy or a mentor who will be there to offer support and guidance throughout your apprenticeship.
You can expect to work both individually (when appropriately trained) and as part of a team – taking responsibility for the quality, safety and accuracy of the work you undertake.
You will work across the site combining on-the-job learning with a programme of training and development. Your role will involve:
You will work collaboratively with colleagues from technical, Environment, Health and Safety (EHS), laboratory, validation, engineering, logistics and planning.
Developing an understanding of pharmaceutical regulatory requirements and their application within a pharmaceutical manufacturing environment.
To be eligible for our Chemical Engineering apprenticeship programme, you will need:
Your A-Levels must include Chemistry grade C or above. BTEC in Applied Science is acceptable as long as it meets the UCAS requirement.
Our Chemical Engineering Apprentice will be based at Ulverston. You will have an exciting opportunity to:
“Since I started as a Chemical Engineering apprentice, I have enjoyed learning about the manufacturing processes that produce out active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs). I can really see how my work has a benefit to the patient.”
Our apprentices start in September.
Applications now closed.
We’re 100% open to all talent – whatever your gender, marital status, religion, age, colour, race, sexual orientation, nationality or disability. We want to recruit the right people for GSK from the widest possible backgrounds, so we can better serve the diversity of our patients and consumers and also, because it’s the right thing to do.
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