Dr Marten’s are on the look out for new shoe talent and promise would be candidates, unique training from shoe-making masters.
The scheme, which is in it’s eight year, is open to anyone with a interest in learning the skills needed to produce their specialised brand.
“Dr Martens is the birth place of the rebellious boot here in Northamptonshire,” Dr Marten’s Madeleine Sessions said. “In our ‘family feel’ factories the apprentices will be working along side those that hold 40 years with the company, all willing to pass on their knowledge to new hands.
“The training prospects are endless as are the development possibilities. This is a great opportunity for those that love working with their hands, may want a career change or are looking to grow their skill set.”
As the company continues to grow, it’s not just apprentices who could scoop a role at its factory. Madeleine added: “With a large amount of growth over the coming year we are looking to fill our Made in England factories with skilled hands and fresh eyes.
“Along with general factory operatives we are looking to fill our Apprenticeship programme for an 8th year running.”