Electrical engineering apprentice NATIONAL COALMINING MUSEUM FOR ENGLAND TRUST LTD
The purpose of this role is to provide a high-quality electrical service across the Museum site, both surface and underground. The post holder will work with the Museums electrical team under the supervision of an electrician. Ensuring compliance by working to electrical regulations and standards laid down in guidance documents and ACOPs.
Closing date: 31 Mar 2023
Usual working week will be Wednesday to Sunday (Regular Days) Shift Pattern will be 08:30Hrs to 15:00Hrs during the winter season & 08:30Hrs to 17:00Hrs during the summer season
Total hours per week: 36
Possible start date
04 Sep 2023
03 Mar 2023
Level 2 (GCSE)
What will the apprentice be doing?
Description of the apprenticeship role
- To complete the required academic and practical training requirements of the apprenticeship.
- To gain hands on operational experience by working closely with the Museum’s electrician’s assisting with the following duties:
- Assist in the installation, testing and maintenance of electrical wiring, equipment, appliances, apparatus and fixtures using both hand tools and power tools
- Assist in fault diagnosis using testing equipment, and carry out any repairs as required
- To identify hazards, defects and a requirement for adjustment or repair ensuring compliance with legislation and codes of practice
- To assist in the recording of any installation, small works, periodic testing and repair works in line with the Museum’s maintenance plan
- To carry out a varied range of tasks within the Engineering teams assisting colleagues as required
- Gain an understanding of computer-based records associated with electrical tests/maintenance work and assist in keeping these records up to date
- To ensuring a high standard of housekeeping whilst works are progressing
- To ensure that all methods of works comply with the Museum’s policies, in particular health & safety and fire
- Participation in Risk Assessments as part of Integrated Safe System Of Work / Permit to Work preparation
- Interpretation of technical drawings
- Preparation of reports on work done.
As part of the Museum’s team, you will also be required to assist with the underground tours in the role of tour guide.
What training will the apprentice take and what qualification will the apprentice get at the end?
You will complete the L2 Engineering operative standard on the electrical pathway.
You will attend college 1 day a week at Castleford college.
You will study a variety of units in Level 2 diploma/certificate in practical skills and off the job technical certificate
The apprentice will have a depth and breadth of English and mathematics that allow them to operate successfully within their role. This may be met through entry criteria determined by the employer or qualifications and training within the apprenticeship. However, on completion all apprentices will have minimum
Level 1 qualifications in English and mathematics.
There will be continuous assessment of both your practical skills and theoretical knowledge.
What is the expected career progression after this apprenticeship?
Possibility of permanent position - Once qualified your working day may consist of, up to 50% in a tour guide role.
Requirements and prospects
Desired skills and personal qualities
Things to consider
About the employer
NATIONAL COALMINING MUSEUM FOR ENGLAND TRUST LTD
HEART OF YORKSHIRE EDUCATION GROUP
HOY Apprenticeship Recruitment Team
Level 2 (GCSE)
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