BMW Group are hunting for fresh, young talent to fill over 30 sought-after places on their apprenticeship scheme.
Apprentices will be based across three manufacturing sites – MINI Plant Oxford, Plant Hams Hall and Plant Swindon – after passing a meticulous selection process, designed to ensure that only the most promising individuals make the grade. On these sites, successful candidates will work alongside skilled BMW employees, learning crucial skills in roles such as human resources, finance, logistics, engineering, maintenance and IT.
Joining 224 apprentices who are already enjoying the company’s scheme, new recruits will work towards an NVQ Level Three qualification, with some being given the additional opportunity to study towards a degree. This will not only secure a promising future for those on the course, but also equip the BMW Group with some of the most gifted new talent in the industry, moulding their knowledge to be of maximum benefit to the development of the automotive sector.