EE to recruit up to 200 apprentices in April 2017
EE is looking to take on 200 apprentices from April 2017 as part of BT's apprentice and graduate drive.
The BT group creating 1,700 new apprenticeship and graduate roles overall.
New apprentices will be filtered out into different practices within the network such as service, home technical, mobile technical and sales.
EE were recently ranked as the best technology company to work for thanks to its 'people-first' culture which helps to drive innovation for the benefit of customers and has created over 1,000 new customer service jobs in the process.
Apprenticeships and Skills Minister, Robert Halfon commented on the new recruitment drive saying, "It is always good to talk about apprenticeships and the ladder of opportunity they give people to secure the career they want."
"By committing to injecting 1,700 new graduate and apprentice jobs into the UK, BT is offering a real chance to be trained by some of the best in their field."