Call for apprentices at Barrow Marine
Written by Jason Rushworth on July 8, 2020
From our reporter JASON RUSHWORTH
We can expect two new faces around the Barrow Marine terminal very soon.
Bright eyes and bushy tailed and ready to start a life of discovery. That’s what awaits two lucky apprentices to International Nuclear Services (INS).
Today the call went out to start shortlisting for two lucky local school leavers to learn the ropes of Marine nuclear transport.
The post for two new apprenticeships went live today on line and will look to fill both the posts of; Electrical Engineer apprentice and Business Administration Apprentice.
INS tell us that all candidates must be flexible and punctual. Training will take pace at Furness Collage in Barrow and candidates must be able to commit to one day a week for the next 4 years.
INS tells us that the new apprentices can expect to learn all about its specialist nuclear transport, design and licensing services, along with fuel cycle contracts with its UK and overseas customers. The company also specialises in irradiated fuel management and the transportation of nuclear materials and is aiming to design and deliver entire nuclear transport operations using marine shipments.
Applications can also be found in St Bernards Catholic High School, Chetwynde School, George Hastwell School and West Lakes Academy Egremont.