Earn while you learn: Siemens Healthineers apprenticeships

Earn while you learn: Siemens Healthineers apprenticeships

 Read time

By choosing to enroll in a Siemens Healthineers apprenticeship, not only do candidates shape their own future career while earning a salary, but they also help make a positive impact within healthcare.

Siemens Healthineers strives to challenge conventional ways of thinking to shape the future of healthcare – investing in the development of early careers with apprenticeship opportunities.

RateMyApprenticeship ranks Siemens Healthineers as a Top 100 employer

Siemens Healthineers Rate My Apprentice

Siemens Healthineers is named as a Top UK apprenticeship employer, ranking highly in the Rate My Apprenticeship awards.

"Delighted to have been ranked in the Top 100 Employers again, as well as improving our ranking from last year! Well done to all our Apprentices, Apprentice Managers, our providers and all those behind the scenes who support our programmes," commented Lucy Palmer, Head of Centre of Expertise (CoE) GB&I at Siemens Healthineers.

Siemens Healthineers apprentices submitted a range of positive reviews on the RateMyApprentice website. 

"I am really enjoying my programme so far. I have learnt some great new skills, as well as making many new friends. The company is very supportive and will help wherever is necessary. My daily role is also enjoyable, as I get to see direct impact of actions I make," wrote one Materials Analyst.

"On a day-to-day basis I am shadowing my mentor and helping carry out jobs. Other days I am in college completing my level 3 qualification and then other days go to the training centre to get any other work done that is needed to do for the job," said a Customer Service Engineer. 

Another apprentice wrote: "I feel like the structure and organisation of this programme is well organised as there is a dedicated member of staff who looks after all of the engineers. With this in place, it feels well planned and we know our deadlines and have regular meetings and catch up to discuss things."

The Siemens Healthineers.apprenticeship scheme offers roles in a variety of areas including customer services, engineering, quality and operations. With both advanced and higher-level apprenticeships on offer, employees benefit from well-established structured training programmes designed to develop key skills.

Forging gender equal apprenticeships

Siemens Healthineers apprentice

Manufacturing Apprentice Chloe Edmonds [pictured above] provides insight into working for Siemens Healthineers.

"I am a Manufacturing Apprentice at Siemens Healthineers in Eynsham, my main role is within the production of MRI scanners. I'm currently training at the BMW group factory in Cowley. Where I'm studying for a level 3 BTEC in Engineering and developing my practical skills," she explains. 

"So far I've developed the following the skills; electrical, welding, hands fitting, pneumatics and creating a selection of circuit boards. All of which I've enjoyed very much. As a female apprentice I've been treated no different within the engineering field and been given a range of team leading opportunities which I have relished and made me feel a lot more confident in myself and in the working environment. My Apprenticeship has enabled me to develop both technically and professionally - allowing me to network with other apprentices and giving me the chance to further develop my knowledge and understanding of the basic foundations of engineering, with a hand's on and technical approach," she affirms. 

Exciting opportunities to gain lifelong skills 

Jordan Williams at Siemens Healthineers says: "I am currently undergoing my first year Apprenticeship at Siemens Healthineers in Eynsham, Oxford. Once fully qualified, my role will be as an Engineering Technician which will involve the making of MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) scanners to achieve the highest standards in quality and performance."

"The duration of my apprenticeship is three years. I am currently at the training facility at BMW Mini plant, Oxford undergoing my level 3 in product design and development technician. It is an exciting opportunity and I am gaining numerous skills. I look forward to my journey with Siemens Healthineers. One of the best parts of my apprenticeship is having the chance to work with the MAGNETOM Terra. Which is the first 7 Tesla magnet used for clinical research. Furthermore, I am proud to be able to represent the females who are a part of the engineering industry. My apprenticeship has enabled me to develop professionally and allowed me to network. It has also allowed me to develop as a person, as I had to re-locate for this once in a lifetime opportunity and overcome challenges given," she reflects. 

Shape your career with an apprenticeship at an award-winning employer

Siemens Healthineers is dedicated to helping apprentices forge an impactful career. 

Keep an eye out for apprentice opportunities at Siemens Healthineers.  


Find out more

Stay connected by subscribing to our monthly newsletter and following us on LinkedIn, X, Instagram and Facebook.

Disclosure: Where Women Work researches and publishes insightful evidence about how its paid member organizations support women's equality.


Join our women's careers community