Henry Boot PLC offer a variety of graduate, apprenticeship, traineeship and placement opportunities across all our Group of companies.

We advertise all of our annual intake opportunities via our current vacancies page. We do encourage speculative applications throughout the year, or where you do not see your chosen discipline advertised.  

Graduates

Henry Boot PLC offers graduate opportunities to those who have achieved at least a 2:2 in a relevant discipline and can demonstrate some relevant industry experience. 

Apprenticeships

Henry Boot PLC offers apprenticeships from entry level 2 through to degree level 7 in a variety of operational and corporate service subject areas.  

We support apprentices to develop their skills through college based training and practical work based learning, we regularly advertise apprenticeships in;

Business Administration

Construction and the Built Environment

Customer Service  

Construction Management

Accounting

Quantity Surveying

Plant Maintenance

Property & Estates Management

Mechanical Engineering

 
Further Professional Development

Henry Boot provides further opportunities for professional development by supporting qualified staff to achieve professional qualifications and chartership, we currently support staff through CIMA, ACCA, CIPD, RICS and CITB qualifications and charterships.

Georgina Ronksley
Georgina Ronksley Assistant Management Surveyor (Property Assistant)

Georgina Ronksley

Assistant Management Surveyor (Property Assistant)

Outline your apprenticeship/course 

I am studying BSc Real Estate Surveying (Asset Management) at the University of Salford on the day release accelerated route. This means that I attend university one day a week for 3 years.

What makes Henry Boot Group of Companies a great place to work?

The people across the group and the variety of projects make Henry Boot a great place to work. All staff genuinely want you to do well and succeed in your course and are always there to lend a hand or advice when you need it.

What are your plans for after you complete your apprenticeship?

After I complete my degree in August 2021, my focus will turn to sitting my APC and becoming a charted surveyor with the RICS. I also look forward to continuing to expand my knowledge and building my career at HBD. I am excited to take on more responsibility and get involved with some of the new exciting projects we have in the pipeline.

Tell us an interesting fact about yourself 

I have the same birthday as my mum.

 

Clement Asoro
Clement Asoro Trainee Technician

Clement Asoro

Trainee Technician

Outline your apprenticeship/course 

I joined Henry Boot Construction Limited after finishing my undergraduate studies at Sheffield Hallam University in September 2020. I studied Architectural Technology. I am currently a Trainee Technician in the company, and I have started by acquiring experience on a construction site in a live education project. I am very much involved in the day to day activities on site, from learning how to undertake site inductions, communicating with the site team and subcontractors, attending site meetings, completing site paperwork, completing a site diary outlining the work that has been carried out on site. It has only been three months since joining Henry Boot Construction and I am loving every moment of it.

I am currently completing my MSc in Construction Project Management at Sheffield Hallam University alongside working. Other training that I am involved in now are the SMSTS, First Aid at Work and Fire Warden. All essential training that are useful for my current role and that I aim to use at my very best throughout my career.

What makes Henry Boot Group of Companies a great place to work?

Working at Henry Boot Construction is really fantastic and I have settled really well with the team from the very first few days. It is a big family; my colleagues really ensure that I am well and support me through my professional development and always making sure that my performance and work is at the top level. I love being able to think outside the box when dealing with things and that’s what Henry Boot has taught me so far and I enjoy being part of a team and knowing what other projects are next.

What are your plans for after you complete your apprenticeship?

Upon completing my trainee scheme and graduating in 2022, I am aspiring to become a Site Manager/Construction Manager and climb the ladder in reaching senior roles and I plan to build a long journey here at Henry Boot and attain my chartership through the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB).

Tell us an interesting fact about yourself 

I was born and raised in Italy before moving to the UK in 2011.

 

Millie Wilkinson
Millie Wilkinson Trainee Communications Assistant

Millie Wilkinson

Trainee Communications Assistant

Outline your apprenticeship/course 

I work to help support the rest of the communications department. A few of my main roles is to help keep the Henry Boot website up to date, drafting communications for internal and external releases and to help produce content for various communication tools. The course I am currently completing is my CIM Level 4 in Marketing that I hope to complete in 2023.

What makes Henry Boot Group of Companies a great place to work?

I love working at Henry Boot everyone is always willing to take time out of their day to help you if you need it. I never feel like I'm asking silly or stupid questions. Henry Boot is so committed to helping you in any way possible, Everyone truly wants to see you grow and flourish. All the employees are so friendly and always check in to see how you are doing. It’s genuinely one big family.

What are your plans for after you complete your apprenticeship?

After I have completed my course, I would like to go on to study my level 6 in marketing and carry on expanding my knowledge. I would also like to take on more responsibilities within my role. while developing my skills.

Tell us an interesting fact about yourself 

I’m the youngest ever Overall British Champion for Slopestyle skiing. 

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Rebecca Smith Apprentice Accounts Assistant

Rebecca Smith

Apprentice Accounts Assistant

Outline your apprenticeship/course 

I started at Henry boot in June 2017 as an Apprentice Account Assistant and have been studying for my AAT accounting qualification since. This is spread over 3 Levels (level 2, 3 and 4) and I have just completed my level 3 qualification and am getting ready to study for my Level 4 qualification this January which will take around 2 years to complete.

 

What makes Henry Boot Group of Companies a great place to work?

Henry Boot is a great place to work as everyone is so friendly and willing to help. People genuinely want to help me in work and in my studies if I am struggling. People will always make time for you and never make you feel silly for asking any questions. Everyone is polite and will always say hello if they are passing you in a corridor.

 

What are your plans for after you complete your apprenticeship?

After I have completed my level 4, I will have completed my AAT Qualification. After that I need to decide which account route I want to go down which will then decide what qualification I study for next. There is CIMA (Charted Institute of Management Accountants) which focuses on management accounts or ACCA (Association of Charted Certificate Accountants) which is more focuses on the technical side of accounts such as tax and auditing, both of which are said to take around 3 – 4 years to complete.

 

Tell us an interesting fact about yourself 

 I share a birthday with Oliver Cromwell.

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Dom Ellis Apprentice Tool Hire Assistant

Dom Ellis

Apprentice Tool Hire Assistant

Outline your apprenticeship/course 

The course that I'm currently is the Level 2 hire controller assistant. This involves many things such as how to deal with customers correctly to processing hire rates/contracts and everything in between. I joined the group in 2019 after having tried many different jobs including my career as a chef, which I thoroughly enjoyed although the unsociable hours and weekend work was not for me anymore.

What makes Henry Boot Group of Companies a great place to work?

The Henry Boot Group is a great place to work because you're made to feel at home and it's like one big family, no matter which part of the group you work for. You are made to feel welcome and every person is always happy to help and go the extra mile to help you get what/where you need to be. 

What are your plans for after you complete your apprenticeship?

After my apprenticeship, I plan to stay working within the Henry Boot Group. I would like to continue working at Banner Tool hire, Chesterfield and take every opportunity which is offered to me whether this being further education or more courses which will continue to develop my knowledge of the industry. 

Tell us an interesting fact about yourself 

 My little brother is a footballer and due to sign his pro contract with Rotherham United at the end of this current season. 

 

Ellouise Corbridge
Ellouise Corbridge Admin Assistant/Receptionist

Ellouise Corbridge

Admin Assistant/Receptionist

Outline your apprenticeship/course 

I have worked at Banner Plant since April 2018 as an office administrator. I recently took the plunge a year ago to start my Level 3 Business Administration course which is suitable to anyone who is involved In any administration role focused in their industry. The qualification covers a range of topics; principles of administration, personal and professional development, managing performance, your specific organisation, communication in a business, project management and ICT for business. The role of a business administrator is to deliver high quality products and services to our customers and our organisation.

What makes Henry Boot Group of Companies a great place to work?

I enjoy working at Banner Plant, working in partnership with Henry Boot Groups because the community is friendly and inviting.  I have really enjoyed my time here as I have been able to develop and gain many valuable skills needed when completing my job roleEveryone is very polite & friendly and will say hello to you, whether it’s the the people you are working closely with or people you see around within the business. Everyone has a smile on their face and will make conversation with you invitingly. Also, everyone is very supportive and helpful within the business and encourages you to achieve more. I have found that employees within want you to succeed and be the best version of yourself, everyone is willing to help if you need assistance. I think the key thing that I have learnt from working at Henry Boot is not to be afraid to ask for help whether when unsure, whether it is regarding any of my daily work or my business course. They will give you as much help as they can and take time to help you understand why and not just what to do about it. 

What are your plans for after you complete your apprenticeship?

I have studied my Level 3 qualification via distance learning whilst in full time work at Banner Plant. I study with Chesterfield College on an ‘Open apprenticeship course’. My current course will finalise in Summer 2021. Once I have achieved this qualification I would like to complete the Level 4 HNC in Business to study a wide range of units including; organisations and behaviour business strategy, business decision making and marketing project management.

Tell us an interesting fact about yourself 

I am an equine enthusiast. I have been riding for 12 years and own my own horse (Prince) who I am currently training for showing and competing in 2021.