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Murphy on the lookout for plant maintenance apprentices

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Murphy Plant is looking for school leavers to join its construction plant maintenance apprenticeship scheme.

The Level 2 programme will see apprentices work on construction plant machinery and learn about the operation, maintenance and repair of vehicles and equipment.

Working across Murphy offices in London, Golborne, Cannock and Ollerton, they’ll learn about engine and transmission systems, hydraulic and pneumatic systems, functional testing, diagnostic procedures, operational inspections and welding and fabrication techniques.

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Alongside work with Murphy Plant, the two-year scheme will see learners study for a Level 2 qualification in construction plant maintenance at college.

Head of emerging talent Amy Foster said: “It’s brilliant that our plant apprentice scheme is continuing to grow and evolve and this year we hope to attract even more candidates who want to join the business.

“The course will set them up to develop into fully qualified and experienced technicians, and help them become an integral part of our business.”

For more information, please email: [email protected].

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