Friday, 17 May 2013

John Lewis to recruit 100 apprentices and launches Technology Apprenticeship

John Lewis has announced plans to recruit more than 100 apprentices for its 2013/2014 Retail Apprenticeship programme, and launch a Technology Apprenticeship aimed at training the next generation of IT and systems leaders in the business. 
Now in its second year, the one-year retail scheme focuses on young people and guarantees that everyone who successfully completes their training will secure employment with the retailer. It follows on from the 80 apprenticeship places John Lewis recruited in 2012 on its first ever apprenticeship programme. 
Apprentices for the retail scheme are being recruited for 25 of the retailer’s 39 shops in England, Scotland and Wales, including its flagship Oxford Street department store. They will join the business in September 2013 and will be based across a variety of selling departments in branches. Apprentices on the Technology scheme will be based in John Lewis’s head office and will work with the retailer’s IT teams... READ MORE
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