Quality Engineer - Level 4 Apprenticeship at Lloyds Banking Group

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Quality Engineer - Level 4 Apprenticeship

Could you be one of our Quality Engineers of the Future?

Do you love analysing and solving problems? Are you fascinated by the newest tech? Do you dream of creating next-generation software with the help of an experienced team?

Are you curious about how we're redefining banking to meet our customers’ needs and help us to be the best bank for Britain? Are you a strong communicator and a great teammate, who is always keen to keep learning and developing?

If this sounds exciting and you want to help build the bank of the future, this Trainee Quality Engineer Apprenticeship is for you.

Join us and be part of an inclusive, values-led culture that celebrates diversity, equal opportunity and provides opportunities for flexible working. We're passionate about creating a values-led culture, and our approach to inclusion and diversity means that we all have the opportunity to make a real difference, together.

What we're looking for?

People with the potential, passion and aim to embark on their journey to become a Quality Engineer of the Future. You’ll be a great teammate who loves using data and tech to find innovative solutions to problems and help the team to deliver the best for our customers.

The key strengths we're looking for are:

  • Logical and creative thinking skills
  • Passion for solving problems
  • A detailed and organised approach
  • Ability to communicate effectively in a variety of situations

How will the Apprenticeship programme support you?

As a Trainee Quality Engineer you'll be supported by your Line Manager, in work Buddy and Apprenticeship Learning Mentor. 20% of your time whilst you're on the Apprenticeship scheme will be dedicated to ‘off the job learning’, which can include attending workshops, shadowing, reading, completing assignments etc. Which means that 80% of your role is applying your learning in the workplace, in a safe environment.

Once you’ve successfully completed your apprenticeship, you'll be a proficient Quality Engineer.

As a Trainee Quality Engineer, you'll:

  • Implement software testing procedures on software applications – including desktop, web, mobile and more
  • Design and build test strategies for our products
  • Review Lloyds Banking Group software for functionality and security
  • Develop and collect all test data to inform further testing and modifications to products (if necessary)
  • Present and communicate results
  • Recommend and support others on testing processes and procedures

Whilst learning about our current technologies, you’ll build up experience of our systems to support the critical services we provide for our customers. By staying curious about developments in the world of tech, you’ll also have the chance to help build innovative new solutions for our customers.

What is the Eligibility Criteria?

In order to complete an apprenticeship, there needs to be a significant learning need. You need to consider your previous qualifications or significant relevant work experience which may mean you cannot proceed with this application. What this means is that if you have a computer science degree or you have work experience in this type of role, you may be over-qualified for this position.

During the application process, you'll be asked the following questions:

Do you hold one of the following:

  • A Level or equivalent qualification in any subject and GCSEs in English Language or Literature and Maths grade C (or equivalent) or above?


  • A minimum of one year's work experience in a relevant role and GCSEs in English Language or Literature and Maths grade C (or equivalent) or above? (Please note ‘relevant role’ means you have worked for LBG for one year as a permanent colleague)

Application Process

If you’re interested in joining this ground-breaking programme, please register your application and take the first step towards an exciting career in Engineering within Group Transformation. You'll undertake an online test, followed by a virtual assessment centre in January as part of the selection process

Please note this is a grade C role

Interested? What is stopping you from applying?

You might be looking at this vacancy, worrying whether you're right for this role, we know it is daunting thinking about embarking on something new, but Apprenticeships are one of the best ways to make this happen. You'll be supported by the team, on a structured learning programme and learning in a safe environment.

About Lloyds Banking Group

As the largest digital bank in the UK, Lloyds Banking Group is helping redefine financial services, using the latest technologies to support our 30 million customers and meet our aim – to help Britain prosper. To achieve this, we need a broader range of skills and experiences than ever before.

If you’re looking for a career with impact – and want to make a difference to customers, businesses and communities – we have a job for you. And the great news is you don’t need a degree to come and work with us.

Our range of apprenticeship programmes will provide you with all the training and development, support and mentoring you need to learn about our industry and develop your strengths.

And because we know that people do their best work when they feel happy and valued, we offer a friendly and inclusive working environment where everyone feels free to be themselves and share their ideas from day one.

We’re looking for motivated, inquisitive school students who can bring their unique perspective to what we do and help drive our business forward. Whether you’re interested in building relationships with well-known clients, or developing the next generation of digital banking solutions, you can help us build the bank of the future.

How to apply

To apply for this role and to find out more, please click on the apply button.

Applications may close before the deadline, so please apply early to avoid disappointment.

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