If you’re new to the craft of auto upholstery, consider applying for an apprenticeship with Rolls-Royce Motor Cars’ interior trim and leather workshop. It’ll provide you with the skills, experience and credibility to go far in the industry.
The luxury automaker’s program, which is full-time, paid and lasts up to four years, is based at its Goodwood facility in West Sussex, England.
This year, the company is offering Level 2 Apprenticeships in the Interior Trim Centre, Technical Assembly, Sewing, Interior Surface Centre and Robot Operations. There are also Level 3 opportunities in Milling Machining, Exterior Surface Centre and Assembly Test & Finish.
The apprenticeship program “offers successful candidates unrivaled practical training and professional development, working alongside experienced specialists at the Home of Rolls-Royce,” the automaker said in a news release.
“At the end of their initial training, Apprentices may be invited to extend their time at Goodwood and study for more advanced qualifications. Candidates who attain consistently high standards throughout their training may be offered a permanent job with the company.”
If you’re interested, get your application in quick because spots are limited. Deadlines vary by role, with some as soon as February 25. For more details, visit Rolls-Royce’s careers website or email firstname.lastname@example.org.