An engineering apprentice is required to work across multiple manufacturing processes such as: • Hydraulics assembly and testing • Pneumatics assembly and testing • Electrical assembly and testing • Welding • Internal paint shop and shot blast
Closing date: 23 Aug 2022
Apprentices are paid for their normal working hours and training that's part of their apprenticeship (usually one day per week).
Total hours per week: 38
Possible start date
01 Sep 2022
18 Jul 2022
Level 3 (A level)
What will the apprentice be doing?
- Supporting the Production Manager in developing a high standard of Refuse vehicles
- Reading drawings and carrying out works in accordance with drawings supplied in build packs.
- Using power tools, hydraulics, electrics and completing MIG welding
- Working in a timely manner producing finished products to build process deadlines
- Ability to raise issues during a build process and record any changes
- Support sub-contractors, such as Camera, Weigh, and other ancillary companies while on site
- Monitoring build process and liaising with Production Manager so appointments for sub-contractors can be arranged.
- Capturing and recording information to be standardised and used in future builds
- Finalising all relevant paperwork
- Assisting with the preparations for vehicle inspections and testing
- To carry out and complete other duties as required in line with the companies needs
What training will the apprentice take and what qualification will the apprentice get at the end?
Level 3 (Advanced ) Engineering Technician - Mechatronics Apprenticeship Standard
This is a four year apprenticeship resulting in an Advanced Level 3 Engineering Technician in Maintenance. The successful apprentice will be required to travel to In-Comm Training, Telford, TF3 3AJ three days per week for the first 18 months.
Please ensure you are able to travel to both the training centre and employer sites.
Training will include:
- Complying with Statutory Regulations & Organisational Safety Requirements
- Working Effectively and Efficiently in an Engineering Environment
- Using and Communicating Technical Information
- Conducting Business Improvement Techniques (in induction)
- Producing Components using Hand Fitting Techniques
- Assembling & Testing Fluid Power Systems
- Maintaining Electrical Equipment/Systems
- Wiring and Testing Electrical Equipment Circuits
- Preparing & Using Lathes for Turning Operations
- Preparing & Using Milling Machines
- Producing CAD Models (drawings) using a CAD System
- General Welding Applications
What is the expected career progression after this apprenticeship?
A permanent position will be offered to the right candidate and progression opportunities will be available over time.
Requirements and prospects
Desired skills and personal qualities
Things to consider
About the employer
IN-COMM TRAINING AND BUSINESS SERVICES LIMITED
Level 3 (A level)
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