Emtec Facility Services Ltd is a building maintenance provider with extensive contracts across the country. We are currently looking for experienced Commercial Gas Engineers on a permanent contract.
Across all of the Emtec Group of companies, it is our ambition to become the Employer of Choice. We offer a variety of exciting opportunities across all of our divisions including, apprenticeships, trainee positions, administration / office support and project management, to name only a few.
Emtec Group are an Equal opportunity and living wage employer and are proud to be part of the 5% club. As such, we aim to achieve at least 5% of our workforce to be in earn and learn positions, including apprentices and formalised training schemes, within five years of joining. We thrive to help train and develop or employees.
We truly believe that our people are our greatest asset. Emtec looks for ambitious, energised and committed people with a passion to learn and deliver excellence to all of our valued clients to become their Partner of Choice.
Emtec Petroleum are currently looking for a Project Team Assistant / Signage Administrator to provide a competent and sufficient support service in all areas of administration and coordination with excellent customer service to ensure the smooth running of our Signware Project Engineering Team at our Head Office in Glasgow.
Investing, developing and training the future talent in our industry is of great importance to Emtec and one that we are extremely passionate about. We are exceptionally proud that a high number of our employees stay with us for a number of years.
As a proud member of the 5% Club, Emtec has made the commitment to ensure at least 5% of our workforce at any one time is undertaking ‘earn and learn’ training opportunities such as apprenticeships or graduate programmes.
At Emtec, we require all our future apprentices to be registered with the relevant governing bodies before they commence their apprenticeship with us. It is Emtec’s normal practise to approach our partnered colleges to select candidates from the Pre-Apprenticeship programmes approximately six months in advance of the college courses commencing.