MHT TECHNOLOGIES PRESENT FANTASTIC SOFTWARE DEVELOPER DEGREE APPRENTICESHIP
We were delighted to welcome Debbie Inglett, Head of Human Resources, Robin Nesbitt, Software Development Manager and Theo Herzog, Intern from MHT Technologies, based near Melsonby, to talk to a group of Year 12 and Year 13 students about their Software Developer Degree Apprenticeship vacancy. They were accompanied by Barry Hebbron, Associate Professor at Teesside University
This is a fantastic opportunity for a student to join a global software company based right on our doorstep! Supported by Teesside University, this apprenticeship will offer the successful candidate the chance to achieve a degree whilst earning a salary and gaining valuable work experience. MHT Technologies was founded in 1994 by Malcolm Tennant, a former student at Richmond School and Sixth Form College.
Ruth Hamer, Careers Adviser said: “Degree apprenticeships are quite simply a wonderful opportunity for students to gain a degree without the debt, whilst getting ahead in their future careers by gaining work experience in a workplace and being paid a salary. To have such an opportunity so close to home with such a fantastic organisation such as MHT Technologies is great, and we really hope one of our students is successful in securing this chance to kick start their career. Thank you so much to Debbie and the whole team for giving up their time to speak to our students.”
MHT Technology Ltd is a leading global supplier of tank gauging, terminal automation and stock management solutions for bulk liquid storage and handling. The company provides a range of services to the oil, gas and petrochemical industries and has grown into a leading supplier of bulk inventory management and stock reconciliation systems. MHT’s product range includes terminal automation systems, hardware devices to allow different manufacturer’s gauges to coexist, and electronic process management. You can find out more about MHT Technologies here.