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Vacancy - Workshop Engineering Apprentice

PHS Group, a specialist in washroom, healthcare and floorcare hygiene is looking to recruit an engineering apprentice in Poole, Dorset.

Closing date

30 Nov 2019

Apprenticeship summary

  • Working week
    • Monday – Friday 8.00 am – 4.00 pm, 1/2-hour lunch.
    • Total hours per week: 37.50
  • Annual wage

£10,000.00

  • Expected duration

14 months

  • Possible start date

04 Jan 2020

  • Apprenticeship level

Intermediate Level 2 Apprenticeship

  • Positions

1 available

Vacancy description

The Apprentice will train as a Workshop Engineer and become responsible for the refurbishment of waste balers and compactors used extensively for the recycling of both cardboard and plastics.

Tasks include

  • fault diagnosis
    • dismantling
    • repair              
    • rebuild
    • test
  • recommissioning

Requirements and prospects

Desired skills

An interest and ability for Mechanical/Maintenance Engineering

Personal qualities

Ability to work alone or as part of a team. Determination to see any task through to a successful conclusion.

Desired qualifications

A minimum of 3 GCSEs (or equivalent qualifications) at grade 3 or above including English, Science and Math’s.

Future prospects

Successful completion of the apprenticeship together with the introduction of new equipment and technologies will provide further training & development opportunities.


About the employer

Employer

PHS GROUP LIMITED

https://www.phs.co.uk/

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Description

Specialist in Washroom, Healthcare and Floorcare hygiene.

Address

E25C Admiralty Park

Station Road

Wareham

BH16 6HX

Training

Training provider

ENGINEERING TRUST TRAINING LIMITED

Training to be provided

Level 2 Intermediate Apprenticeship delivered over 14 months.  Full year spent in company following company training plan completing a portfolio of skills and knowledge evidence. Reflecting the requirements of the Engineering Operative Standard.

Apprenticeship standard

Engineering Operative

Reality Check

This is a workshop based role, working on mechanical, electrical, electronic, pneumatic and hydraulic assemblies and systems.