Our apprenticeship scheme offers you the opportunity to earn while you learn.

It provides the perfect combination for you to gain on-the-job experience with off-the-job training.

Apprenticeships are available in Engineering, Farming, Sales & Marketing, Finance, Supply Chain and IT, to name a few.

Nationally recognised qualifications take between 1 to 4 years to complete and are available at intermediate, advanced and higher levels.

Progress your career with an apprenticeship at G’s.

For further information, email or click here to apply online.



“When I joined G’s I initially worked with the UK logistics team, which helped me understand this complex business.
However, I was given the unique opportunity to move to our Spanish operation on a six month secondment to further my knowledge.
When I return to the UK I will complete my NVQ in Business Administration.”

HR1Human Resources:

“I joined G’s from Soham Village College. I have just completed my NVQ Level 2 in Business Administration and am now studying for my CIPD qualification. G’s is a great place to work. Due to the size of the business, it is fast-paced, so there is always something to do. I like the diversity of my role – there are never two days the same.”


“I joined G’s from Newmarket 6th Form College and am currently studying for my AAT Level 2 Certificate in Accounting. I really like the fact that G’s is a family-owned business and is built around core values. People are always friendly and helpful and there is a great sense of teamwork; I know that if I need help and advice, my colleagues will support me, both with work related issues or with my studies.”

HR2Human Resources:

“I joined G’s from Long Road Sixth Form College, Cambridge, and am now studying for my Business Administration Level 3. My current role as Human Resources Business Administrator is very varied, with new challenges arising every day, so it is a great place to learn. The business is fast-moving, and full of friendly staff which I enjoy. I also like the fact that it supports the local community.”