ExxonMobil launches search for new apprentices

ExxonMobil apprentices at Fife Ethylene Plant -Electrical engineering apprentice Niamh Blanski (front right) with colleagues who started as apprentices at the plant
ExxonMobil apprentices at Fife Ethylene Plant -Electrical engineering apprentice Niamh Blanski (front right) with colleagues who started as apprentices at the plant

The team at ExxonMobil’s Fife Ethylene Plant is on the search for bright new talent after launching its annual apprenticeship recruitment programme.

This year’s scheme offers four-year Modern Apprenticeships with opportunities in electrical and instrument engineering.

FEP hires apprentices only for already identified future positions.

This year, it is seeking three new recruits to join more than 220 individuals who developed their careers through the programme.

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Jacob McAlister, FEP plant manager, said: “We pride ourselves on having the very best people and our apprenticeship programme has played a hugely important role in achieving this.

“Almost a third of our workforce started their careers as apprentices, with many now holding vital and highly skilled roles within the plant.

“Our focus is to support apprentices in developing their skills so that they can continue to progress and carve out long-term careers.”