2 x CNC Lathe Turners. Plus 1 x General Grinder (Internal / External Grinding). 18-24 year old applicants only.
An established Precision Engineering Company is offering three entry level engineering apprenticeships. The company specialises in manufacturing Fastener Tooling and Die sets in Carbide and Steel, which are used in forming machine tools by industry to produce metal fasteners, screws, tubes etc. for the automotive, aerospace, construction, defence sectors etc.
The company is located in Sparkbrook Birmingham. Good clean working environment. Full training plus an apprenticeship provided.
• Pay: National Min Wage
• Hours of work: 8:00am till 4:30pm Monday to Friday. 30 minutes lunch. Hot and cold drinks provided.
• Annual Leave: 24 days + 8 Statutory Days (Pro-rata). Xmas + Easter shut down.
• Probationary Period: 3 months Inc. pay review.
• Pay date: Paid weekly by transfer into bank accounts.
No knowledge required. Successful applicants will be fully trained to load and operate either grinding machines, or CNC lathes. The company offers a full induction and training programme in various aspects of working in an engineering workshop environment in order to become a valued member of the production team. You will be working under supervision whilst you build up and acquire the necessary skills, confidence and competencies.
The apprenticeship will last for a period of one year, and you will be required to work with your tutor / assessor to capture evidence and embed learning to acquire your Edexcel Level 2 NVQ Diploma in Mechanical Engineering (QCF) qualification.
Qualifications and Education Requirements:
Applicants must be 18-24 year old.
Formal qualifications are not required, although a maths and English qualification would prove useful.
As a minimum, applicants must be able to read, write and have basic mathematical ability to include adding, subtractions, multiplication and dividing. A pre-interview assessment will be conducted – a level 1 assessment will be required.
Preferred Skills / Aptitudes:
Must want to learn an engineering trade and be prepared to invest the time and effort in doing so.
Timekeeping; ability to follow verbal and written instructions; pay attention to detail; enjoy learning; good work ethic; get on with others; be conscientious. You are expected to be capable of accurately reading a ruler, and converting imperial measurements into metric.
To apply: Please call Richard Pearce or Charmaine Thompson at Phoenix Training Services on 0121 772 4551