RSA Insurance, who have offices at Dean Clough Mills in Halifax, will be at the Apprenticeship Live event at the Shay stadium on Thursday, June 30 between 3.30pm and 7.30pm.
RSA is looking for eager school leavers to be part of the future of the business and undertake an 18 month apprenticeship programme with the company.
For successful applicants, full training would be provided as well as support to pass the relevant CII qualifications which is undertaken in the workplace.
RSA performance improvement leader Adam Fowler said: “We are excited about attending the Apprentice Live event in Halifax and look forward to meeting with bright, ambitious and hardworking local young people who would be interested in our successful apprenticeship programme.”
If you are interested in this opportunity, you can email a CV to Marie Kehoe at Kaplan at firstname.lastname@example.org or to discuss the scheme further call 02380 213425.
RSA have around 13,500 employees across their core businesses and, in 2015, their net written premiums were £6.8 billion.
Having been founded more than 300 years ago, the business is the oldest insurance company in the world was known as Royal and Sun Alliance until 2008.