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Dstl invites applications for 2021 apprenticeships

Posted 10 February 2021 · Add Comment

Each year the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) opens its doors to invite a new batch of apprentices to join its world-class experts in delivering cutting edge science and technology.

With roles across cyber security, software engineering, explosives and more, this is a chance to become part of the science inside UK defence and security.



Image courtesy Dstl


Dstl 2021 apprenticeship roles are now live, with vacancies in a range of operational, scientific and technical roles including:

  • Electronic Engineering Technician (Advanced Level 3)
  • Business Administrator (Advanced Level 3)
  • Associate Project Manager (Higher Level 4)
  • Commercial Procurement and Supply (Higher Level 4)
  • Cyber Security Technician (Higher Level 4)
  • Facilities Manager (Higher Level 4)
  • Digital and Technology Solutions: Software Engineer (Degree Level 6)
  • Embedded Electronics Design and Development Engineer (Degree Level 6)
  • Ordnance, Munitions and Explosives (Degree Level 6)


To find out more about Dstl apprenticeship schemes, including salaries and other benefits, you can apply now at: https://dstlapprentices.co.uk



 

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