Want to be part of what goes on “behind the wall”?
Our apprentices and graduates work with some of the world’s most complex warships and Submarines, and deliver a range of maritime services such as training solutions and modernisation programmes for ships and equipment. If you started an apprenticeship or graduate scheme with BAE Systems Maritime, you could be part of the team working on our world-leading radars, for example, or supporting the Royal Navy’s Portsmouth-based fleet, including the new Queen Elizabeth Class aircraft carriers or working on our Naval Ships Combat Systems or Submarines Complex Systems and Solutions.
We’re holding two open evenings at Portsmouth Naval Base on Wednesday, January 16 and Thursday, January 17, from 5pm until 7pm.
It will be an opportunity to speak to current BAE Systems apprentices, graduates, and engineers to hear about the work that they do. We’re looking for people who have the potential to participate in our engineering and project management schemes, and we’d also like to tell you about our summer internship, industrial placement, and work experience opportunities.
If you’re over 16 and you think you have what it takes, come to our open evening to find out more.
Portsmouth Naval Base is a working defence establishment, so you’ll need to register to attend. Photo ID required to gain entry.