As a graduate you have shown your commitment to education and your own personal development. When you join Pochin’s, your development and growth continues throughout your career.
In addition to technical and on-the-job training we will encourage you to build your skills in Health and Safety, effective team working, planning, supervision, time management, motivation and many other business skills.
An annual personal development programme will assess your progress and enable you to set out your future career objectives and chart your progress with us.
We have a range of current vacancies / opportunities… If you wish to find out more, please contact email@example.com
Here at Pochin, we are serious about nurturing young talent – our training opportunities will equip you with the skills, knowledge and experience you need to embark on an exceptional career. They’re a great springboard to other roles, which is why we’ll be sure to invest in your training and development.
Please send your CV / Expression of Interest to us here at firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date for all applicants is Friday 1st June.
View our Current Opportunities Section for more information..
Site Visits – For Apprentices/Students
Pochin’s will engage with the college and community in the area throughout the duration of the project, offering site visits, in-school site safety workshops, work experience opportunities and careers talks. We will look to liaise with the college and offer site visits relative to their courses/curriculum in Construction, Construction Management and Design.
A recent example of this was with Reaseheath College who took three minibuses full of students to the Moneypenny site, Wrexham; liaising with Andrew Gould, Reaseheath Head of Construction.
The visit was arranged by Steve Petrie who took over as Project Manager half way through the build. The first task on his mind was to allow the students to see how different construction builds can be and see the vast amount of modern construction techniques.
Support For Existing Apprentices
Pochin’s is committed to supporting sustainable opportunities for young people. Pochin’s has assisted a number of trainee apprentices in the past by working in close association with local colleges; such as Mid Cheshire and Reaseheath College.
With more than one million under 25s out of work, not studying or in training (over 15% of young people in the UK) Pochin’s has invested in building better futures for young people in the North West.
Work on the new cancer research centre at The Christie meant that Pochin’s has been able to offer placements to three (40% of the project team) under 25 year olds and a further two work experience placements. What is more interesting is the fact; three of these are female.
We will look to liaise with the college and offer site visits relative to their courses/curriculum in Construction, Construction Management and Design; as well as offering workshops and visits for students during the course of the works.
A recent example of our commitment to training and CSR was evident with the recent scheme for Reaseheath College, where students studying construction trades were invited to site each week and spent the day working alongside tradesman employed on the project.
Whilst Pochin’s was constructing the new national food future building, Steve Petrie who was Project Manager, welcomed students from several departments to come down to site and gain some real life on-site experience.