British Steel wants to bolster its ranks after adding more than 150 manufacturing trainees as it started recruiting new roles in Scunthorpe last year.
The company has witnessed new starters walk into manufacturing roles nearly every month since April a year ago. Now British Steel is looking to have an extra sixty trainees in the fold.
Deputy CEO Paul Martin said: “We’ve a terrific status for recruiting trainees to our business and we’re maintaining this tradition with your manufacturing trainees.
“I’m glad to say they’ve made excellent actually starts to their careers with British Steel and tend to be already making significant contributions to the business.
“As their skill, knowledge and experience grows, I’m confident they’ll make a much bigger impact as we expect to construct a sustainable future.
“I’d want to welcome the hottest intake of 30 trainees who’ve joined us this month and I’d encourage anyone hunting for a new challenge, with excellent career prospects, to consider applying even as we look for 60 many people.”
The new trainees are in manufacturing areas across British Steel’s Scunthorpe site and they are directly interested in producing the business’s annual 2.8 million tonne steel output.