Inspiring a New Generation of Siemens Healthineers Apprentices

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Shaping your future

We have an established apprenticeship scheme helping to support healthcare of tomorrow. In the UK, Siemens Healthineers manufactures superconducting magnets for MRI scanners, as well as designing, maintaining and operating solutions in laboratory diagnostics and point of care.

You can make an impact in healthcare and shape your future career whilst earning.

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What we offer

We offer a four year Advanced Apprenticeship with Level 3 NVQ/HNC within a specific field in the business. Once finished, you will be completely product trained and integrated into Siemens Healthineers.

You will also work towards further work-based qualifications such as Functional Skills, and in most cases, a relevant knowledge-based certificate such as a BTEC.

To be considered for an apprenticeship, all we need from you ideally is to have five GCSEs at grade C or above, or have completed an Intermediate Apprenticeship.

Chloe Edmunds
"My apprenticeship has enabled me to develop both technically and professionally - allowing me to network with other apprentices and giving me the chance to further develop my knowledge and understanding of the basic foundations of engineering, with a hands on and technical approach." Chloe Edmunds

Application process

1. Fill out an application form with your details and CV attached.

2. If selected, you will be invited to a recruitment day which will involve:

  • An interview
  • A theory test
  • A hands-on test
  • A group task  

Applications are currently closed for this period. Recruitment will start in April 2020.

Our recent graduates

Sam Croft

"You have the possibility to become part of a global, highly trained group of engineers specialising in medical equipment. There are many advantages, which includes having a massive support base for apprentices, while still giving the individual space to learn and grow into their role. As an apprentice with Siemens Healthineers you will also gain access to a company vehicle on your second year and have the chance of taking training courses in Germany and or America."

Read the full interview here

George Holt

"I prefer to learn about my desired field by engaging in practical activities and on the job learning rather than in a classroom, so an apprenticeship was the right choice for me. An added benefit would also be that I would also gain employment and would be looked after whilst I trained."

Read the full interview here