Apprentice Protection and Control Engineer – Power MORSON PROJECTS LIMITED

As an Apprentice Protection and Control Engineer, you will use CAD, as well as your maths and design skills to configure secondary protection systems. Your role will be office-based but working on designing engineering projects across the UK for clients such as National Grid, Electricity Northwest, Morrisons Energy Services and many more.

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Closing date: 30 May 2024

Apprenticeship summary

  • Annual wage

    Competitive

    This pay rate is above National Minimum Wage

    26 Days Annual Leave Company Funded Professional Memberships Life Assurance Scheme Funded Team Socials and Events High Street Discount Scheme Company Sick Pay Scheme Mental Health Wellbeing App Specsavers Discount Scheme

  • Working week

    Monday to Friday, with flexible hours. Exact shifts to be confirmed.

    Total hours per week: 37.0

  • Expected duration

    30 Months

  • Possible start date

    01 Jul 2024

  • Date posted

    22 Jan 2024

  • Apprenticeship level

    Higher
    Level 4 (Higher national Certificate)

  • Reference number

    VAC1000224753

  • Positions

    1 available

What you will do in your working day

  • Working with your Mentor to deliver Substation Layout Designs for clients such as National Grid, Electricity Northwest, Morrisons Energy Services and many more
  • Draughting using AutoCAD in order to design and configure secondary protection systems
  • Support in creating and delivering detailed drawings, including wiring diagrams, cable schedules, and block cable diagrams for construction purposes
  • Learning about Primary Design Electrical in a Mechanical Format for a variety of customers with varying standards from 400kV to 33kV

The training you will be getting

  • Electrical Power Networks Engineer (level 4)
  • Training will be at Wigan and Leigh college one day per week, however if travel is a problem, alternative locations can be discussed
  • Office location is in central Irlam, easily accessible by public transport, and also has free car parking
  • Travel to client sites may occasionally be required

What to expect at the end of your apprenticeship

  • Apprentices can expect to graduate on to complete a degree in the subject if preferred
  • After 7-10 years the apprentice may choose to become chartered, where they can become an EngTech or after a longer period become a Chartered Engineer

Requirements and prospects

Desired skills and personal qualities

Communication skills, IT skills, Attention to detail, Organisation skills, Problem solving skills, Presentation skills, Logical, Team working, Creative

Qualifications

GCSE or equivalent English (Grade 9-4 or A-B) Essential
GCSE or equivalent Mathematics (Grade 9-4 or A-B) Essential
A Level or equivalent Mathematics (Grade A-C) Essential
A Level or equivalent Science (Grade A-C) Essential
NVQ or SVQ Level 3 or equivalent Engineering (Alternative to A-Levels) (Grade Merit) Essential

About the employer

Morson Projects, a leader in engineering excellence, is at the forefront of shaping the future. From mega-projects across the UK to international ventures, we're driving innovation and setting the standard for excellence in engineering. As an Apprentice Engineer at Morson Projects, you won't just be part of a team; you'll be a catalyst for change, a pioneer in your field, and an integral part of our success story.

Employer

MORSON PROJECTS LIMITED

Address

Darwen House

37 Liverpool Road

Irlam

M44 6EB

Contact

Hayley Jones

hayley.jones@morson-projects.co.uk

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Training

Training provider

WIGAN AND LEIGH COLLEGE

Adjustments for experience

You could reduce your training time, or finish your apprenticeship faster, if you have relevant prior learning or experience. This could be relevant:

  • training
  • qualifications, like an NVQ in a relevant field
  • industry or sector experience

Apprenticeship standard

Electrical power networks engineer

Level 4 (Higher national Certificate)

Demonstrating experience

If your application is successful, you will have a chance to discuss your relevant prior learning or experience with your training provider and employer. You will all need to agree any adjustments to your training plan.

You should be prepared to show your competence, and evidence of relevant qualifications


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