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Just got Bigger

Whether you’re a student ready to leave school, or a career-changer ready for new challenges, FCDO Services will expand your horizons. You’ll get in‑house training, paid qualifications, a great salary and benefits, all while you learn to provide vital services around the world, for government-level customers.

Our 2021 apprenticeships

There are plenty of different paths you could take at FCDO Services, each one opening up all kinds of future possibilities. Here’s a quick snapshot of how you could join us:
  • Apprentice Bid Proposal Co-ordinator
  • Apprentice Business Administrator
  • Apprentice Data Analyst
  • Engineering Technician
  • Apprentice in Finance (Transactional)
  • Apprentice in IT
  • Apprentice in Marketing
  • Apprentice Metal Workshop Technician
  • Apprentice Product Design and Development
  • Apprentice in Public Relations and Communications Assistant
  • Apprentice Warehouse Operative
  • Apprentice Wood Workshop Technician

Find out more and apply here

Who are FCDO Services?

We’re a government organisation providing services to other UK and overseas government bodies. Our work includes construction, digital solutions, logistics, counter-eavesdropping, translation, and more, all delivered with high-level security. We build embassies. We design CCTV. We set up servers storing vital government data. We deliver packages across continents. And we pass on our extensive training to our apprentices.

To find out more, visit our About us page.

For parents and teachers

In-house training. Paid, well-respected qualifications. A competitive salary. The chance to learn to provide vital services to governments around the world, with the benefits of a Civil Service career. It’s all in store for apprentices at FCDO Services – so if you know someone who’s looking for their next challenge, it’s time to help them make their future bigger.

Hear from our apprentices

Thanks to the structure of the apprenticeship, I can dip my toe in lots of different IT areas, rather than focusing on just the one. It gives me a well-rounded picture of where I could take my future career.

Apprentice in IT

We have trained Mental Health First Aiders who look out for us all and spot when people need support. There are people you can talk to, our Yellow Belts, who’ll help improve environments and processes for us.

Apprentice Engineering Technician

The biggest misconception I had about apprenticeships was that I’d be taking a step back, having already spent three years at university studying for my Politics and International Relations degree.

Apprentice Business Administrator

You can come in as an apprentice here and talk to people who were apprentices themselves years ago, and they’re really high up the organisation now. People really want you to progress too.

Former apprentice

What I’ve found is, your team will be happy to let you get on with something if you feel you can do it, but the last thing they’re going to do is drop you in the deep end: they’ll always be patient and teach you.

Former apprentice

It’s a big step to go from school to such a vital company and such wide-reaching responsibilities – but it’s also such an incredible opportunity, learning all the engineering skills I’ll need.

Apprentice Engineering Technician

To get into accounting, you usually need a qualification just to get in the door. Here, you can start from nothing, get qualifications, get real work experience, and build your way from the ground up.

Former apprentice

I was a childminder while my own kids were small. Now that they’re a bit older, this seemed like a great way to start a new career, in a place where I’d have plenty of support and flexibility.

Former apprentice

Since my apprenticeship, I’ve been able to move around and take on new roles, all inside the business. You can move through departments and go on to become what you want to be here.

Former apprentice

I’d always had an interest in electronics, computing, making things. So although everything was going well for me in hospitality, I just really wanted to move into a career I was more interested in.

Former apprentice

What are apprenticeship levels?

Employers talk about ‘levels’ of apprenticeship, and we wanted to tell you what those mean. It’s worth noting you don’t have to do every level – you could start at 2 or 5, or finish Level 4 and start Level 7. And of course, the qualification isn’t all you’ll get – you’ll also be working in a brilliant role with us while you study.

A Level 2 apprenticeship is equivalent to passing 5 GCSEs
A Level 3 apprenticeship is equivalent to passing 2 A-Levels
A Level 4 apprenticeship is equivalent to passing a HNC
Completing a Higher apprenticeships gives you a university degree at the end
A Level 7 apprenticeship means professional qualifications above degree level

All about the programmes

Not sure which area of the business you’d prefer? Want the facts to help you choose the apprenticeship that’s right for you? Explore our 2021 opportunities below:
  • Level 3 apprenticeship
  • 39-month programme – with a potential career at the end
  • Starting salary: £14,884 plus £1,750 location allowance
  • Salary upon qualification could be in the region of £24,500
  • Based at Hanslope Park, Milton Keynes

 

What will I do? 

You’ll work on cutting-edge engineering projects that keep people safe and information secure, all around the world. Whether you’re installing sophisticated intruder detection equipment in a new embassy, preventing technical eavesdropping attacks, or designing the next generation of security products, your impact will be felt across continents. And it’s likely your work will take you overseas too.

It all starts with nine months studying at a local college, getting the grounding you need in engineering. From there, you’ll put all that learning into action on live projects across our expert teams. It’s how you’ll not only build up the essential skills you need day-to-day, but discover for yourself where you’d like to progress and carve out your career.

 

What do I need?

  • four GCSEs (or equivalent, e.g. O Levels) at grade 9-4 (A*–C) in Maths, English, and either Science (preferably Physics) or a technical-based subject such as Engineering or Product Design
  • A genuine interest in engineering and technology
  • British citizenship, having lived in the UK for the last three years before the first day of the apprenticeship, and for at least five of the last ten years
  • To undergo Security Check (SC) clearance before joining, and Developed Vetting (DV) clearance shortly after joining
  • To undergo a colour blindness test if you reach assessment centre stage, since distinguishing between different colours of electrical wire will be a critical part of your role
  • To be at least 16 years old by mid-June 2021

 

Interested? Get all the details on our factsheet

Learn more and apply >

  • Level 3 apprenticeship
  • 18-24 month programme – with a potential career at the end
  • Starting salary: £17,364 plus £1,750 location allowance
  • Salary upon qualification could be in the region of £24,500
  • Based at Hanslope Park, Milton Keynes

 

What will I do?

This is your chance to become an IT champion.. Working with ground-breaking technology and enjoying top-quality training, you’ll soon see for yourself just how vital IT is to our organisation. After all, our work keeps government-level customers’ data safe at all times, and even protects them from technical espionage attacks.

You’ll start by learning how we work with IT here and take on placements with different teams, getting involved in everything from first-line technical support to protecting the systems that house a whole nation’s passport applications. Throughout it all, you’ll balance practical work and classroom study, all of which will give you the skills you need to help us protect the UK’s interests around the world.

 

What do I need?

  • two GCSEs (or equivalent, e.g. O Levels) at grade 9-4 (A*– C) in Maths and English, and ideally Computing/IT or a Science subject
  • A genuine interest in computing and IT
  • British citizenship, having lived in the UK for the last three years before the first day of the apprenticeship, and for at least five of the last ten years
  • To undergo Security Check (SC) clearance before joining, and Developed Vetting (DV) clearance shortly after joining
  • To be at least 16 years old by mid-June 2021

 

Interested? Get all the details on our factsheet

Learn more and apply >

  • Level 4 apprenticeship
  • 24 – 30 month programme, with a potential full-time role at the end
  • Based at Hanslope Park, Milton Keynes
  • Starting salary £15,766 plus £1,750 location allowance
  • Salary upon qualification could be in the region of £24,000

 

What will I do?

You’ll jump right in by working on rotation across different teams, each one teaching you how to gather and analyse vital data. And whether it’s designing easy-to-understand dashboards, spotting anomalies or analysing security data to discover threats, you’ll tell the story behind the data and create meaningful reports that influence senior leaders.

What kind of impact will you have? Well, data is a powerful thing. It gives us a picture of the whole organisation; it shows us where there’s room for improvement – and helps us to make positive change. So by pulling out those powerful insights, you’ll be helping to drive and improve a business that protects the UK’s interests all over the world, every day.

 

What do I need?

  • five GCSEs (or equivalent, e.g. O Levels) at grade 9-4 (A*–C) including English and Maths
  • Advanced Maths or Statistics at GCSE grade 4/C or above, or Maths-based AS/A-level Grade C or above (or equivalent), or a Level 3 qualification in an IT, Maths or Engineering subject
  • A genuine interest in data analysis
  • British citizenship, having lived in the UK for the last three years before the first day of the apprenticeship, and for at least five of the last ten years
  • To undergo Security Check (SC) clearance before joining, and Developed Vetting (DV) clearance shortly after joining
  • To be at least 16 years old by mid-June 2021

 

Interested? Get all the details on our factsheet

Learn more and apply >

  • Level 2 apprenticeship
  • 18-month programme – with a potential career at the end
  • Starting salary: £19,749 plus £1,750 location allowance
  • Salary upon qualification could be in the region of £20,500
  • Based at Hanslope Park, Milton Keynes

 

What will I do?

You’ll learn how to balance the books while balancing paid study for a Level 2 AAT Foundation Certificate in Accounting. Working side-by-side with our transactional finance teams, you’ll get involved in paying invoices, maintaining ledgers, issuing reports – and a whole lot more besides.

Not only will this programme provide your first taste of a career in finance and accounting, it’ll see you do work that really counts. Because after all, you’ll help us to provide value for money for taxpayers everywhere. More than that, you’ll be doing it for an organisation protecting the UK’s interests across the globe.

 

What do I need?

  • two GCSEs (or equivalent, e.g. O Levels) at grade 9-4 (A*–C) in Maths and English
  • A genuine interest in finance and accounting
  • British Citizenship, having lived in the UK for the last three years before the first day of your apprenticeship
  • To undergo Security Check (SC) clearance before joining
  • To be at least 16 years old by mid-June 2021

 

Interested? Get all the details on our factsheet

 Learn more and apply >

  • Level 2 apprenticeship
  • 15-month programme – with a potential career at the end
  • Starting salary: £19,749 plus £1,750 location allowance
  • Salary upon qualification could be in the region of £20,500
  • Based at Hanslope Park, Milton Keynes

 

What will I do?

Join our Logistics team, and you’ll help us pack, plan and deliver shipments to vital government projects worldwide. It’ll see you get involved in everything from picking and packing orders to loading goods for dispatch to maintaining stock records – all things that help us run a well-oiled logistics network across the globe.

Over a jam-packed 15 months, you’ll learn the ropes from a number of teams and take part in structured learning sessions. It means you’ll not only experience the full breadth of what happens in our warehouse and develop essential skills, you’ll come away with an NVQ Level 2 certificate as a Supply Chain Warehouse Operative.

 

What do I need?

  • two GCSEs (or equivalent, e.g. O Levels) at grade 9-4 (A*–C) in Maths and English
  • A genuine interest in warehouse operations and logistics
  • British citizenship, having lived in the UK for the last three years before the first day of the apprenticeship, and for at least five of the last ten years
  • To undergo Security Check (SC) clearance before joining, and Developed Vetting (DV) clearance shortly after joining
  • To be at least 16 years old by mid-June 2021

 

Interested? Get all the details on our factsheet

Learn more and apply >

  • Level 3 apprenticeship
  • 27-month programme – with a potential career at the end
  • Starting salary: £15,766 plus £1,750 location allowance
  • Salary upon qualification could be in the region of £24,000
  • Based at Hanslope Park, Milton Keynes

 

What will I do? 

In a nutshell, you’ll help us go from strength to strength by making sure we’re growing our business and winning new work. That means being involved in the whole bid process: creating interesting proposals, pricing up new work, and finding spot-on solutions for our customers.

Of course, we don’t expect you to know how to do all this from day one. You’ll enjoy a blend of on-the-job training and more formal study, giving you a brilliant grounding in how we pull together compelling commercial offerings. So we think it’s fair to say: join this team and you’ll not only open up all kinds of possibilities for our future ­– but for yours too.

 

What do I need?

  • two GCSEs (or equivalent, e.g. O Levels) at grade 9-4 (A*–C) in Maths and English
  • A genuine interest in bid and proposal management
  • British citizenship, having lived in the UK for the last three years before the first day of the apprenticeship
  • To undergo Security Check (SC) clearance before joining
  • To be at least 16 years old by mid-June 2021

 

Interested? Get all the details on our factsheet

Learn more and apply >

  • Level 3 apprenticeship
  • 18-month programme – with a potential career at the end
  • Starting salary: £19,749 plus £5,000 location allowance
  • Salary upon qualification could be in the region of £20,500
  • Based at King Charles Street, London

 

What will I do? 

As you’d expect, our Chief Executive’s Private Office has to run smoothly at all times. How do we make that happen? Well, that’s where you come in. Making an impact at the very top of our organisation, you’ll support on everything from day-to-day office management to high-level Ministerial meetings.

It’s a role packed with responsibility, and it’s one that’ll see you pick up a broad range of skills along the way. We’re talking about business administration, event organisation, VIP visit scheduling, stakeholder management – and that’s just the start. Working with the Chief Executive, you’ll have a close-up view of the strategic direction of FCDO Services, and see for yourself where your own career could take you.

 

What do I need?

  • two GCSEs (or equivalent, e.g. O Levels) at grade 9-4 (A*–C) in Maths and English
  • A genuine interest in business administration
  • British citizenship, having lived in the UK for the last three years before the first day of the apprenticeship
  • To undergo Security Check (SC) clearance before joining
  • To be at least 16 years old by mid-June 2021

 

Interested? Get all the details on our factsheet

Learn more and apply >

  • Level 3 apprenticeship
  • 39-month programme – with a potential career at the end
  • Starting salary: £14,884 plus £1,750 location allowance
  • Salary upon qualification could be in the region of £24,500
  • Based at Hanslope Park, Milton Keynes

 

What will I do? 

No matter if you’re building custom one-offs, adapting off-the-shelf products, or even manufacturing products not found on the open market, you’ll solve practical engineering problems unlike anything else. But the best bit? The projects you’ll be involved in keep people, information and property safe across the globe.

You’ll soak up our teams’ expertise, build your own metalwork skills, and get specialist training on everything from traditional welding to CNC laser cutting. So expect a very hands-on apprenticeship, one where you’ll learn the tools of the trade from the very best.

 

What do I need?

  • four GCSEs (or equivalent, e.g. O Levels) at grade 9-4 (A*–C) in Maths, English, and either Science (preferably Physics) or a technical-based subject such as Engineering or Product Design
  • Good manual dexterity
  • A genuine interest in metalwork/mechanical engineering
  • British citizenship, having lived in the UK for the last three years before the first day of the apprenticeship, and for at least five of the last ten years
  • To undergo Security Check (SC) clearance before joining, and Developed Vetting (DV) clearance shortly after joining
  • To be at least 16 years old by mid-June 2021

 

Interested? Get all the details on our factsheet

 Learn more and apply >

  • Level 2/3 apprenticeship
  • 24-30 month programme, followed by a 12-18 month Level 3 Advanced Carpentry and Joinery Apprenticeship, with a potential full-time role at the end
  • Starting salary: £14,884 plus £1,750 location allowance
  • Salary upon qualification could be in the region of £24,500
  • Based at Hanslope Park, Milton Keynes

 

What will I do?

With a mix of on-the-job learning, specialist training and more formal classroom study, you’ll experience first-hand how we build a wide range of unique products for our customers – the kind of products that help us keep people, information and property safe around the world.

That means you could be manufacturing one-offs, customising off-the-shelf products, or even solving practical engineering problems that just don’t exist anywhere else. You’ll grow your own woodworking expertise and discover exactly what goes into our vital projects, such as restoring a centuries-old staircase in an embassy, or making all the fittings for a secure government site overseas.

 

What do I need?

  • two GCSEs (or equivalent, e.g. O Levels) at grade 9-3 (A*– D) in Maths and English
  • Good manual dexterity
  • Aptitude in a Science, Maths, Engineering or related subject
  • A genuine interest in carpentry and/or joinery
  • British citizenship, having lived in the UK for the last three years before the first day of the apprenticeship, and for at least five of the last ten years
  • To undergo Security Check (SC) clearance before joining, and Developed Vetting (DV) clearance shortly after joining
  • To be at least 16 years old by mid-June 2021

 

Interested? Get all the details on our factsheet

Learn more and apply >

  • Level 3 apprenticeship
  • 39-month programme – with a potential career at the end
  • Starting salary: £14,884 plus £1,750 location allowance
  • Salary upon qualification could be in the region of £24,500
  • Based at Hanslope Park, Milton Keynes

 

 What will I do?

Our customers have unique security requirements, so we’re constantly innovating for them. Join us, and you could design world-leading security systems, or even help create our next generation of physical products that are secure and robust enough for our customers’ exacting needs.

You’ll get involved in developing bespoke products, building and testing prototypes, and ultimately see your ideas come to life before you. Aside from this practical experience, you’ll also have specialist training in things like 3D product modelling and CAD design methods. It all adds up to a well-rounded apprenticeship, one that opens up so many future possibilities.

 

What do I need?

  • four GCSEs (or equivalent, e.g. O Levels) at grade 9-4 (A*–C) in Maths, English, and either Science (preferably Physics) or a technical-based subject such as Engineering or Product Design
  • Good manual dexterity
  • A genuine interest in product design and development
  • British citizenship, having lived in the UK for the last three years before the first day of the apprenticeship, and for at least five of the last ten years
  • To undergo Security Check (SC) clearance before joining, and Developed Vetting (DV) clearance shortly after joining
  • To undergo a colour blindness test if you reach assessment centre stage, since distinguishing between different colours of electrical wire will be a critical part of your role
  • To be at least 16 years old by mid-June 2021

 

Interested? Get all the details on our factsheet

Learn more and apply >

  • Level 4 apprenticeship
  • 22-month programme – with a potential career at the end
  • Starting salary: £16,979 plus £1,750 location allowance
  • Salary upon qualification could be in the region of £24,000
  • Based at Hanslope Park, Milton Keynes

 

What will I do?

You’ll join a team that’s constantly on the look-out for opportunity. That means answering questions like: what problems are our customers facing? How can we help them achieve their goals? Where is there room for us to grow? With this kind of insight, we’ll be able to take our business further than ever before. And you’ll play a big part in that.

Splitting your time evenly between our Strategic Marketing and Customer Experience teams, you’ll truly get under the skin of our customers’ environments. You’ll take on market analysis, sector segmentation and customer research – to name just a few of the things you’ll be involved in. Along the way, you’ll enjoy structured learning and have plenty of support to discover the career path that’s perfect for you.

 

What do I need?

  • two GCSEs (or equivalent, e.g. O Levels) at grade 9-4 (A*–C) in Maths and English
  • A genuine interest in marketing and customer experience
  • British citizenship, having lived in the UK for the last three years before the first day of the apprenticeship
  • To undergo Security Check (SC) clearance before joining
  • To be at least 16 years old by mid-June 2021

 

Interested? Get all the details on our factsheet

Learn more and apply >

  • Level 4 apprenticeship
  • 22-month programme – with a potential career at the end
  • Starting salary: £16,979 plus £1,750 location allowance
  • Salary upon qualification could be in the region of £24,000
  • Based at Hanslope Park, Milton Keynes

 

What will I do?

Create compelling marketing content. Plan PR events and campaigns. Build webpages. Write creative blogs. Perhaps even brief the CEO ahead of speaking to journalists. There are so many interesting projects to get involved in, with a team that’s constantly buzzing with activity.

Working with our PR and Communications teams, you’ll be right in amongst the action, experiencing how we find new and engaging ways to deliver messages to our colleagues and customers. Or even how we organise and publicise high-profile VIP visits to our UK sites. So if you join us, you’ll find a role full of variety, intrigue and influence – and all the makings of a stellar career at FCDO Services.

 

What do I need?

  • two GCSEs (or equivalent, e.g. O Levels) at grade 9-4 (A*–C) in Maths and English
  • Genuine interest in public relations and communications
  • British citizenship, having lived in the UK for the last three years before the first day of the apprenticeship
  • To undergo Security Check (SC) clearance before joining
  • To be at least 16 years old by mid-June 2021

 

Interested? Get all the details on our factsheet

Learn more and apply >

Applying for an apprenticeship

Ready to find out what you need for a great application? We’ve gathered together some top tips and advice from our recruitment team and apprentices.

There’s a potential full-time job here on completion of your apprenticeship.

Every apprentice studies for debt-free paid qualifications, from foundation certificates to degrees and professional qualifications.

You might or might not be thinking about this right now, but you’ll have a generous Civil Service pension, helping you plan your life out.

Some apprentices will get the chance to travel overseas – and if you’re interested, you can also pursue overseas positions after you finish your programme. Find out more

Your future progression

We want all our apprentices to succeed here, moving into permanent roles wherever possible. Here’s an example of how it went for one of our Technical Engineering apprentices – though it’s worth noting paths are different for different programmes.

Learning the ropes

“They really want you to learn here. We had space to play around with new systems, to get to know how they work. You’re there to take in and understand as much as you can, so that you can be valuable in the long-term.”

Becoming a professional

“During my programme, I spent some time manufacturing alarm system panels. I knew what I was making wasn’t just for fun – it would be boxed, deployed, and installed at an overseas government site. It’s practical and hands-on.”

Help to find a permanent role

“Immediately after my programme, I became an installation engineer. I was travelling the world on overseas trips for 4-6 weeks, installing security systems. I even progressed to become leader of the team.”

Hitting new heights

“From being team leader, I went on to an overseas posting for five years in Kenya. With a mixture of technical maintenance support and project management, I had responsibility for servicing ten different embassies in East Africa.”

True or False?

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Case studies

Want to learn more about the work we do? Have a look at our case studies and explore the impact of our projects – and the diverse skills that come together to make it all happen.

Benefits

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Debt-free paid qualifications

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Welcome to the virtual embassy

Ready to see the work you might do as an apprentice? If you’re interested in Technical Engineering or Logistics, you follow a guide through our embassy to see what you could do. For other areas, there won’t be a relevant guide, but you can take a look through the eyes of some of our other teams.

Did you know?

Both our organisation and our apprenticeships are open to all
Whatever your background, whatever your identity, we’ll support you – and we’re constantly finding new ways to reach underrepresented groups. Discover our recent work as an inclusive employer.

Did you know?

Our Logistics team helped return the bell of the SS Mendi to South Africa.
The bell is a relic of one of the 20th Century’s worst maritime disasters, as well as being a historic symbol of race relations in South Africa. Its return was marked by a handover with the South African President and British Prime Minister.

Latest roles

Want to join FCDO Services but can’t see a live role to suit you? Great news: you can sign up for job alerts or add your CV to our talent pool and we’ll be in touch when something comes up.

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