Following our awards’ success in 2016, we continue to recruit for the future. 

With a new series of BBC hit programme The Apprentice underway last month we’ve launched our own search for the business stars of tomorrow.

Heming Group has a long track record of recruiting apprentices and training them up to become most valued employees.

We employ 40+ people and operate throughout the midlands.  The company comprises Heming Civil Engineering and Construction Contractors, Ford Electrical, Major Building Services and Heming Agricultural and Plant Engineers.

Peter Heming, Managing Director of Heming Group, who for many years has mentored budding entrepreneurs as part of the Young Enterprise (YE) scheme, is extending his search for talented youngsters across Gloucestershire.

Any recruit who shows star potential could follow in the footsteps of Jack England who has progressed from apprentice electrician to company director at Heming Group in just 10 years.

In July Ford Electrical emerged victorious in the 2016 Gloucester Citizen and Gloucestershire Echo Apprenticeship Awards when it scooped the ‘Small Employer of the Year’ award, while just last month one of the company’s current crop of apprentices, George Anderson, bid to be crowned ‘Electrical Apprentice of the Year’ at the Electrical Industry Awards in London. It was a close call and George was Highly Commended!

As a company that constantly adapts to meet the demands of a competitive marketplace Heming Group’s Major Building Supplies recently diversified into domestic plumbing to add to its wide portfolio of services.

“One of the trades we were being asked about a lot was plumbing,” explains Peter Heming. “Many of our customers already know of our expertise in emergency situations involving private and mains water supplies so our expansion to offer this service is an indication of how we constantly have to evolve to allow the company to grow.”