Knowsley Apprentice – final call for applications

Published on: Tuesday, 08-July-2014

If you’re a young person in Knowsley looking for work, the Knowsley Apprentice could be for you.

If you are aged 16-24 years old and live in Knowsley, you can apply for one of more than 75 vacancies in a wide variety of professions, including construction, engineering, customer services, finance, business administration, teaching assistants and childcare.
You don’t need experience, or lots of qualifications. If you’re looking for work, are keen to learn a trade, have plenty of enthusiasm and a willingness to learn, The Knowsley Apprentice wants to hear from you.

Cllr Dave Lonergan, Knowsley’s Cabinet Member for Regeneration, Economy and Skills, said: “Yet again we’ve got a wide range of opportunities on offer, in a variety of sectors, and we’re confident that these jobs can lead to life-long careers for the young people who get them.”

“We’ve had lots of extremely successful individuals as a result of the Knowsley Apprentice and you could be next – don’t miss out on this great opportunity.”

To apply visit www.knowsley.gov.uk/apprentice


Since 2008, The Knowsley Apprentice programme has helped more than 650 young people into apprenticeships with businesses across Knowsley and beyond. Of those who have completed their apprenticeship, the majority are now in full time employment.
Helping residents into long term jobs by improving skills, support for jobs seekers and building relationships with employers is one of Knowsley Council’s key pledges. The Knowsley Apprentice is a key element of this commitment.


All the vacancies are available on the council’s website www.knowsley.gov.uk/apprentice. You can also call 0151 443 5953 for more information.


Applications must be received by July 18, and if you are successful, you will begin your new job in September.