Daisy Group has launched a new recruitment campaign for field technicians to join its flourishing engineering division.
Eight new positions have been created specifically for talented engineers looking to get their first step on the engineering ladder. The drive follows the recent success of participants that took part in Daisy’s first engineering apprenticeship programme, all of whom are about to be offered full-time positions within the company upon completion.
Rik Horton, Engineering Director at Daisy, said the firm is keen to offer opportunities to talented engineers who will help to bolster the firm’s capabilities in the IT services market, particularly in managed services.
“The new recruits will initially join our tier 1 team and be primarily responsible for cabling infrastructures and hardware deployments of varying sizes; however there are also various opportunities for progression within Daisy to eventually join one of our more technical teams,” he said.
“It is widely-recognised within the IT and telecoms industry that it is difficult to hire highly skilled, qualified engineers without having to recruit from competitors. What Daisy wants to do is break that cycle and provide a platform for engineers to develop, ultimately leading to a new breed of engineering talent coming through the business.”
Extensive training and support will be given to the right candidates, but previous engineering experience or a knowledge of data networks and a STEM-related education is preferred.
Rik Horton added: “Daisy is about to enter an exciting phase of growth and, alongside a very rewarding staff benefits package, it is an incredibly exciting place to work right now.”
The eight positions will all be all field-based so applicants must possess a full UK driving licence. In total there are two vacancies available in the north, four in the Midlands, and two in the south.
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