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Construction Trade & Professional Opportunities with Mercury
Construction Trade & Professional Opportunities with Mercury – January / February 2020
Author: Evan O'Quigley  /  27th Nov, 2019  /  News, Careers

Mercury has Construction Trade & Professional opportunities for multiple Irish projects in January, 2020. We are hosting walk-in interviews across different locations in Ireland. Come along and learn about how you can achieve incredible things with Mercury. Mercury’s apprenticeships consist of 7 phases: 3 off-the-job and 4 on-the-job. SOLAS and the Department of Education and Science have responsibility for providing the off-the-job training, whilst your on-the-job training will take place on site with Mercury.

Key dates:

Browse our events across Athlone, Dublin, Monaghan and Cork below and please be sure to submit your CV here in advance of the event.

Trade & Apprenticeship Opportunities

Mercury is one of the largest employers of mechanical and electrical apprentices in Ireland. Upon successful completion of the apprenticeship, apprentices are awarded a Further Education and Training Awards Council (FETAC) National Craft Certificate. This certificate has national and international recognition and is a compulsory requirement for craftsperson status.

The development, training and mentoring apprentices receive with Mercury is unparalleled in the marketplace. Mercury recognises apprentice’s contribution for a job well done through our annual Apprentice Recognition Awards. Apprentices enjoy a varied four years of training in a variety of different sectors including Enterprise & Hyperscale Data Centres, Life Sciences & Technology,Building Services, Healthcare, TSS & Fire Protection.

Upon completion of the apprenticeship, Mercury commit to taking a number of exceptional newly qualified tradespeople into the business to develop their career further with us. At Mercury, we are proud of both the number and the quality of apprentices who have served their apprenticeship with us. Mercury
recognises the need to ensure our staff are exposed and up-skilled in the latest technical developments associated with their trade.

During the course of the apprenticeship, the apprentice will be required to undertake an induction & ongoing training at our training facility & on site.



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