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Why join Webtec?

We are a global specialist manufacturer of hydraulic measurement and control products with offices throughout the World.  We offer jobs with real prospects to continue training and progression within the company. What could this mean for you?  Why not take a look at these testimonials from our colleagues and read their stories.  Could this be you?

I started employment with Webtec straight after college at 17, I really wanted to get into Sales and Webtec offered an apprenticeship scheme in association with Cambridge regional college.

I found it invaluable to be able to learn alongside working as it gave me a chance to apply what I was studying to real life scenarios. I completed my apprenticeship in 2019 and have worked my way up to an established Sales Engineer. The apprenticeship was an excellent stepping stone into a role that would usually require many years of prior work experience. I would strongly recommend this path to any aspiring like-minded young professionals.



I joined Webtec four years ago. Some people get their career advice from school, but I first heard about a career in engineering when a friend from football mentioned he was an engineer!

I had no idea what this involved and was immediately interested to hear what the engineering profession was all about - so I enrolled on a basic level 2 engineering course at my local college. I enjoyed the course so much that I knew I wanted to pursue a career in engineering.  After completing my level 2 course I found a role as an apprentice at Webtec through the Government Apprenticeship Website. Now, four years on, I will be completing my apprenticeship this year and I am really looking forward to learning new skills and a future as an engineer



While I was at Hinchingbrooke School we had a careers day where Webtec took part.  It was here that I learned the basics of engineering and I was interested to learn more.

When I finished school, I got back in touch with Webtec to discuss the possibility of an apprenticeship role within the machine shop as I was intrigued how they work and make parts. I joined as an apprentice as soon as I completed my exams and have been working at Webtec for two years. I have completed my level 2 engineering and am now working towards my level 3. There are lots of new opportunities for me and I am enjoying learning more about the world of engineering.



Hi, I am Sam Thompson, Webtec’s Graphics and Communications Manager. My Webtec career journey started back in 1997 when I joined the company following work experience from college. The timing was great as the company had made a strategic decision to bring its marketing communications back in-house.

My role within the company has really changed since then and technically I have only been ‘promoted’ once, but, If I compare where I started to where I am now, there is no comparison. Read on to see how you can progress in a ‘smaller’ company without the ‘usual’ promotion method