Apprentice Workshop Engineer - Nortfolk

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  • Employer Johnson Controls
  • Job type Intermediate Apprenticeships
  • Salary Competitive
  • Deadline Ongoing
  • Entry requirements GCSEs
  • Locations Norfolk
  • Qualifications gained Professional Qualification
  • Date published 23/02/2021

What you will do   

An apprenticeship with us will see you building new skills, while applying your knowledge to real-world live projects. There will be plenty of opportunities to explore your potential and you’ll enjoy full support from your line manager and an assigned mentor. You will be required to ensure that you adhere to safe working practices and also be able to take instructions and act upon them in a prompt and professional manner. We are offering a full-time permanent Advanced Level 3 Apprenticeship Programme for talented people. This is a genuine alternative to university for people who have a passion to learn new skills and who want to launch their career with us. You will learn to: 

Service and maintain Fire Extinguishers 
Service and maintain Portable and Fixed Gas Detectors
Service and maintain other Life Saving Appliances
Service and maintain Life Saving Appliances on board Marine Vessels  

How you will do it 

Through this role, we would offer the opportunity to join our Service Team working alongside engineers who are leaders in their field. You will   

Gain competence and experience in Servicing and Maintenance of Fire Extinguishers 
Gain competence and experience in Servicing and Maintenance of Portable and Fixed gas appliances
Gain competence and experience in Servicing and Maintenance of Life Saving Appliances on board Marine Vessels 
Gain knowledge and understanding of other operations both locally and nationally. 
Support all on-going continuous improvement programs 

During 4 year apprenticeship you will complete a level 2 and 3 Engineering Apprenticeship Standard at college, this will provide you with a foundation of knowledge in engineering principles and theory. You will apply your academic learning in the workplace developing your skills and a portfolio of evidence from projects at work. In addition to the apprenticeship training offered through college, the successful apprentice will also receive on the job training relevant to their role.  

What we look for 

A minimum of 5 GCSE’s including Maths, English, Science and a technical subject at grade 9-4 (A-C in old grading system) or level 2 equivalent
Be able to pass Baseline security clearances 
Demonstrate a desire to learn both mechanical and electrical skills 
A willingness to follow instructions
Some proficiency in the use of Microsoft Suite Applications would be desirable
Good communication skills 
Willing to work independently following training, although support will always be offered 

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