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Dstl opens latest apprenticeship opportunities

Posted 11 January 2019 · Add Comment

The Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) has a number of new apprenticeship vacancies and is now launching the application process for its latest openings.



Dstl employs some of the world’s brightest people. It is always on the lookout for talented, dedicated, creative and innovative individuals.

Dstl is looking to attract talented scientists, engineers, analysts and technicians, so if you are passionate about science and technology, eager to help protect the UK and keen to learn, then one of the following apprenticeships may be for you:

To take advantage of a unique apprenticeship that will lead to a unique career, please click on one of the aforementioned links to apply.


The closing date for applications is Sunday 17th March 2019.

 

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