Apprenticeships with the Council
Your future starts here!
Have you ever thought about an apprenticeship?
For anyone considering an apprenticeship, Eastleigh Borough Council offers an exciting range of roles to kick start your career.
We provide exciting opportunities giving successful applicants the chance to earn money while getting on-the-job training, as well as gaining a nationally recognised qualification that supports their career ambitions.
We offer an enjoyable place to work in a supportive environment, where new apprentices are allocated a mentor and a workplace buddy - and can pursue personal development and training opportunities, such as IT skills, alongside your apprenticeship qualification. Previous Council apprenticeships have been diverse and have included law,surveying, project management, customer services, IT and horticulture.
Your salary will be above the apprentice minimum wage - and we offer the following great benefits:
- 22 days annual leave plus bank holidays and an additional day's leave at Christmas
- Staff discounts including travel and at Places Leisure Eastleigh
- Local Government Pension Scheme
- Employee support line
To start an apprenticeship, you’ll need to be:
- 16 or over by the end of the summer holidays
- living in England
- not in full-time education
Find out more about apprenticeships from GOV.UK
If you would like to enquire about an apprenticeship please email us or check our current job vacancies.
Being an apprentice at Eastleigh Borough Council
What our apprentices say:
“Working as an apprentice at Eastleigh Borough Council has been a fantastic experience. I was able to study for a Business Administration qualification, earn some money and gain experience in an office environment, as well as building a good rapport with colleagues and members of the public.” - Jamie, Customer Service Apprentice
“I enjoyed my Surveying apprentice role at Eastleigh Borough Council. As I progressed through my apprenticeship I learnt a lot about the industry which really helped me in class discussions with lecturers and peers at college, as well as allowing me to include real-life experience into my coursework.” - Pearl, Technical Assistant Apprentice.