Apprentice Plumber/Gas Engineer 049

Company overview:

"Future Flow is a Mechanical & Electrical contractor based in Liverpool delivering sustainable heating solutions to homes and businesses throughout the United Kingdom.
With 20 years’ experience the key driving forces of Futureflow are integrity, honesty, sustainability and a company ethos from the ground up that we are a team. An integral part of Futureflow’s mission is to become a recognised company within the community which offers young individuals the opportunity and support required to achieve their ambitions from a non-biased like-minded team. I believe every individual deserves an opportunity, as I myself received as a young man to pursue their goals. As Futureflow develops so does our team, our client support and the ability to pursue our mission. We grow together!"

Key responsibilities for the role:

  • Must be able to complete an apprenticeship framework in Plumbing and Gas
  • All keep aspects of plumbing and heating work under taken
  • Be hands on / practical / mechanically minded

Key skills to be successful in your application:

  • Qualifications required/predicted Maths and English grade 4/C or above
  • 4 year commitment to qualification
  • Must be hard working/ want to learn
  • Eager about their career / future goals
  • Reliable/ good time keeping
  • Have the ability to travel to site (if needed)

Location: Huyton
Contracted hours: 40                                
Hourly rate of pay: National Minimum Wage    

Closing date: 12 July 2021       

How to apply: 
1. Download and complete the application form 

2. Return it via email to

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