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    Overview

    A career in Engineering can be varied, ranging from performing simple engineering operations, using Computerised Numerical Control (CNC), Computer Aided Design (CAD) or machining, through to robotic, mechanical, and chemical engineering; all involving a range of complexities.

    Standards

    You will be working towards an apprenticeship standard in one of the following:

    • Engineering Operative (Level 2)
    • Lean Manufacturing Operative (Level 2)
    • Maintenance and Operations Engineering Technician (Level 3)
    • Engineering Technician (Level 3)

    Job roles in this industry include

    • Engineering Operative
    • Engineering Technician
    • Machinist
    • Manufacturing Assemble Operative
    • Manufacturing Production Operative
    • Mechanical Engineer
    • Civil Engineer

    Vacancy search

    Apprenticeship
    Wolverhampton
    Posted 2 hours ago
    Brief Overview of the Role Established in 1982, ASH are currently looking for a Lean Manufacturing Operative Apprentice to join their Plastic Fabrication team. Duties will include carrying out manufacturing tasks, training to use a variety of materials and chemicals, assessing quality, and more. Duties to Include
    • Gain knowledge of a variety of plastic materials, including Acrylic, Polycarbonate, PETG and HIPS
    • Undertake training which will include solvent gluing, UV Gluing, heat bending, drilling, diamond polishing and assembly
    • Training will include reading technical drawings
    • General housekeeping and maintaining of Health and Safety
    • Any other duties associated with the job role
    The training you will be getting
    • Lean Manufacturing Operative Level 2 qualification
    • Level 2 Functional skills if needed
    Desired skills and personal qualities Attention to detail, Communication skills, Initiative, Organisation skills Desired Qualifications
    • GCSE or equivalent English (Grade 4) desirable
    • GCSE or equivalent Maths (Grade 4) desirable
    Working Hours and Wage

    Monday - Thursday, 08.00 - 17.00, Friday, 08.00 - 13.30.

    Total hours per week: 39.5 hours a week

    Future Prospects
    • There will be a full-time position available for the right candidate on completion
    About the Company: Based in the heart of the Midlands we pride ourselves on our craftsmanship and expertise within the point of sale industry. Developing innovative products from design through to in-store delivery. All our SolidWorks designs are engineered to optimise the manufacturing process, taking advantage of a wide range of skills & resources, ultimately reducing costs and achieving the quality you expect from ASH.

    Job Features

    Job CategoryManufacturing
    Job IndustryEngineering & Manufacturing
    Salary/Rate:£10,845 per annum
    Type:Apprenticeship
    Contract Length:21 Months
    Start Date:June 2024
    Job Reference:VAC1000241610
    Apprenticeship Standard:Level 2
    Training Provider:PTP Training Limited

    Brief Overview of the Role Established in 1982, ASH are currently looking for a Lean Manufacturing Operative Apprentice to join their Plastic Fabrication team. Duties will include carrying out manufac...

    Apprenticeship
    Wolverhampton
    Posted 18 hours ago
    Brief Overview of the Role Established in 1982, ASH are currently looking for a Lean Manufacturing Estimator Apprentice to join their Plastic Fabrication team. Duties will include carrying out producing quotations, manufacturing tasks, training to use a variety of materials, assessing quality and more. Duties to Include
    • Shadow/ Liaise/ Support Estimator
    • Complete quotations as assigned
    • To obtain accurate costs from suppliers
    • Communicate directly with customer regarding quotations Interact with production, sales, design team and customers to resolve issues
    • Ability to work in a fast paced environment, attention to detail required
    • Ensure all related paperwork is accurate, maintain accurate data information on systems
    • To co-operate with supervisors and management at all times
    • Effective communication and written skills
    • Professionally manage communications with external parties and customers
    • Support daily office tasks including greeting customers and answering the telephones
    • Work as part of a team, to seek clarification, use own initiative Knowledge and Experience of Microsoft Office Packages
    • To maintain a healthy and safe workplace at all times
    • To take reasonable care of yourself and others, and to wear the correct personal protective equipment whenever appropriate
    • You may be required to undertake other duties from time to time as we may reasonably require
    The training you will be getting
    • Lean Manufacturing Operative Level 2 Apprenticeship Standard
    • Functional Skills, if required
    Desired skills and personal qualities Administrative skills, Analytical skills, Attention to detail, Communication skills, Creative, Customer care skills, Initiative, IT skills, Number skills, Organisation skills, Presentation skills, Problem solving skills, Team working Desired Qualifications
    • GCSE or equivalent English (Grade 4) desirable
    • GCSE or equivalent Maths (Grade 4) desirable
    Working Hours and Wage

    Mon to Thursday 8.00am - 5.00pm and Friday, 8.00am - 1.30pm

    Total hours per week: 39.5 hours a week

    Future Prospects
    • Possible full time role on completion of apprenticeship depending on performance
    About the Company: Based in the heart of the Midlands we pride ourselves on our craftsmanship and expertise within the point of sale industry. Developing innovative products from design through to in-store delivery. All our SolidWorks designs are engineered to optimise the manufacturing process, taking advantage of a wide range of skills & resources, ultimately reducing costs and achieving the quality you expect from ASH.

    Job Features

    Job CategoryBusiness & Professional
    Job IndustryEngineering & Manufacturing
    Salary/Rate:£13,145 per annum
    Type:Apprenticeship
    Contract Length:18 Months
    Start Date:June 2024
    Job Reference:VAC1000241603
    Apprenticeship Standard:Level 2
    Training Provider:PTP Training Limited

    Brief Overview of the Role Established in 1982, ASH are currently looking for a Lean Manufacturing Estimator Apprentice to join their Plastic Fabrication team. Duties will include carrying out produci...

    Apprenticeship
    Cannock
    Posted 19 hours ago
    Brief Overview of the Role The work is very intricate and is carried out in a modern, pleasant working environment. The apprenticeship will lead you into assembling, bonding and soldering electronic and other components that come together to make a finished probe and other accessories such as cables and connectors. Duties to Include
    • Be quick to learn and keen to progress
    • Have good manual dexterity
    • Be able to produce fine solder joints (electronic work)
    • Be able to glue / bond very small components together
    • Work to high standards as attention to detail is crucial
    • Follow instruction both written and verbal
    • Computer literate
    • Work within a team or as an individual
    The training you will be getting
    • LEAN Manufacturing Operative Level 2
    • Relevant workplace training
    • Functional Skills if required
    Desired skills and personal qualities Analytical skills, Attention to detail, Communication skills, Creative, Customer care skills, Initiative, Organisation skills, Presentation skills, Problem solving skills, Team working Desired Qualifications
    • GCSE or equivalent English (Grade 4) desirable
    • GCSE or equivalent Maths (Grade 4) desirable
    Working Hours and Wage

    Monday - Thursday 8.00am - 4.30pm and Friday 8.00am - 1.00pm.

    Total hours per week: 37 hours a week

    Future Prospects A full time role will be available to the successful candidate at the end of the apprenticeship. Career progression within the company and the job role. About the Company: Welcome to the website of GB Inspection Systems Limited ? a leading UK manufacturer of Ultrasonic Probes and Accessories, and a supplier of NDT Equipment, Consumables, Services and Calibration. GB Inspection Systems was founded in 1984, and offers a wealth of experience in providing an exceptional service to our global clients from within the NDT industry, with quality products at competitive prices. With over 80 years of combined experience, we have an enviable reputation for offering quality products and services that are second to none. The team at GB Inspection Systems is confident in delivering the right equipment, products and services that best suit our clients' requirements.

    Job Features

    Job CategoryEngineering
    Job IndustryEngineering & Manufacturing
    Salary/Rate:£12,313 per annum
    Type:Apprenticeship
    Contract Length:24 Months
    Start Date:June 2024
    Job Reference:VAC1000241593
    Apprenticeship Standard:Level 2
    Training Provider:PTP Training Limited

    Brief Overview of the Role The work is very intricate and is carried out in a modern, pleasant working environment. The apprenticeship will lead you into assembling, bonding and soldering electronic a...

    Apprenticeship
    Brownhills
    Posted 19 hours ago
    Brief Overview of the Role Staffordshire Fabrications are looking for a to recruit a positive new member to the team. The apprentice will support the business to achieve its goals and growth for the future. Duties to Include
    • Machining components using both Lathe and a machining centre.
    • Taught how to read engineering drawings and construct drawings using CAD system.
    • Business Improvement techniques to constantly maintain and improve work area in terms of effectiveness and efficiency.
    • Following Health and Safety procedures.
    The training you will be getting
    • Engineering Operative Standard Level 2 qualification
    • Relevant workplace training
    • Functional skills in maths and English, if necessary
    Desired skills and personal qualities Analytical skills, Attention to detail, Communication skills, Creative, Customer care skills, Initiative, Logical, Number skills, Organisation skills, Patience, Presentation skills, Problem solving skills, Team working Desired Qualifications
    • GCSE or equivalent English (Grade 4) desirable
    • GCSE or equivalent Maths (Grade 4) desirable
    Working Hours and Wage

    Monday- Thursday, 07:00 - 16:00. Friday, 07:00 - 13:00.

    Total hours per week: 40 hours a week

    Future Prospects
    • To be decided upon completion of training.
    About the Company: Staffordshire Fabrications is home to a highly capable fabrication facility, which uses careful planning and continuous investment to maximise productivity without compromising on quality. We have large and flexible workspaces, perfect for a wide variety of specialist fabrication projects that will meet any client requirements you may have. Our workshops are fully serviced and equipped with overhead and jib cranes which allow us to build parts of up to 10,000kg and large fabrications of up to 25 metres.

    Job Features

    Job CategoryEngineering
    Job IndustryEngineering & Manufacturing
    Salary/Rate:£15,600 per annum
    Type:Apprenticeship
    Contract Length:15 Months
    Start Date:June 2024
    Job Reference:VAC1000241592
    Apprenticeship Standard:Level 2
    Training Provider:PTP Training Limited

    Brief Overview of the Role Staffordshire Fabrications are looking for a to recruit a positive new member to the team. The apprentice will support the business to achieve its goals and growth for the f...

    Apprenticeship
    Walsall
    Posted 20 hours ago
    Brief Overview of the Role Staffordshire Fabrications are looking to recruit a positive new member to the team. The apprentice will support the business to achieve its goals and growth for the future. Duties to Include
    • Welding and fabrication of materials using two different weld processes to enable a structural weld
    • Inspect weld preparations, surface conditions and cleanliness
    • Assemble and position plate
    • Inspection of final weld
    • Fabrication elements including work on press brake
    • Following Health and Safety procedures
    The training you will be getting
    • Plate Welding Level 3 qualification
    • Relevant workplace training
    • Functional skills if necessary
    Desired skills and personal qualities Analytical skills, Attention to detail, Communication skills, Creative, Customer care skills, Initiative, Logical, Organisation skills, Presentation skills, Problem solving skills, Team working Desired Qualifications
    • GCSE or equivalent English (Grade 4) desirable
    • GCSE or equivalent Maths (Grade 4) desirable
    Working Hours and Wage

    Monday - Thursday, 7.00am - 4.00pm and Friday, 7.00am - 1.00pm.

    Total hours per week: 40 hours a week

    Future Prospects
    • To be decided upon completion of training
    About the Company: Staffordshire Fabrications is home to a highly capable fabrication facility, which uses careful planning and continuous investment to maximise productivity without compromising on quality. We have large and flexible workspaces, perfect for a wide variety of specialist fabrication projects that will meet any client requirements you may have. Our workshops are fully serviced and equipped with overhead and jib cranes which allow us to build parts of up to 10,000kg and large fabrications of up to 25 metres.

    Job Features

    Job CategoryEngineering
    Job IndustryEngineering & Manufacturing
    Salary/Rate:£15,600 per annum
    Type:Apprenticeship
    Contract Length:36 Months
    Start Date:June 2024
    Job Reference:VAC1000241586
    Apprenticeship Standard:Level 3
    Training Provider:PTP Training Limited

    Brief Overview of the Role Staffordshire Fabrications are looking to recruit a positive new member to the team. The apprentice will support the business to achieve its goals and growth for the future....

    Apprenticeship
    Brierley Hill
    Posted 4 days ago
    Brief Overview of the Role We are looking for an Apprentice to learn general engineering skills in order to become a qualified Maintenance Engineer. This person must have attention to detail, will be an enthusiastic and committed individual who is passionate about starting a career in Engineering. Duties to Include
    • Carry out preventative maintenance to ensure machines are in safe working condition for production
    • Contribute to preventative maintenance development and maintenance schedules
    • Respond to breakdowns in a timely manner and identify route cause(s) of the breakdown and implement the corrective solution where possible. If this is not possible, the matter needs to be escalated as a priority.
    • All machines must be left in a safe condition and if the maintenance work is not completed, the machine and immediate area must be cordoned off accordingly and left in a safe manner
    • Safe systems of work must be always used to prevent injury and damage to plant, machinery and equipment
    • Responsible for maintaining the shift log and to pass unfinished work over the next shift following the correct shift handover process
    • Respond effectively to any environmental incidents and be part of emergency response team to the plant, machinery and equipment safe
    • Maintain the relevant maintenance stores inventory Ensure 5S standards are maintained including keeping own work area tidy and free from clutter
    • Log work completed on the maintenance system cards
    • Completed preventative maintenance results sheets and action any remedial work required
    The training you will be getting Maintenance & Operations Engineering Technician Level 3 Apprenticeship Training Units will cover:
    • Assembling and testing fluid power systems
    • Wiring and testing electrical equipment and circuits
    • Preparing and using lathes for turning operations
    • Preparing and using milling machines
    • Producing mechanical engineering drawings using a CAD system
    • Conducting business improvement activities
    Level 3 Maintenance and Operations Engineering Technician qualification, upon successful completion of the apprenticeship. Desired skills and personal qualities Administrative skills, Analytical skills, Attention to detail, Communication skills, Initiative, IT skills, Logical, Non judgemental, Organisation skills, Patience, Physical fitness, Problem solving skills, Team working Desired Qualifications
    • GCSE or equivalent English (Grade 5) desirable
    • GCSE or equivalent Maths (Grade 5) desirable
    Working Hours and Wage

    Monday - Thursday, 08:00 - 16:30. Friday, 08:00 - 13:30, with 30 flex to start and finish times.

    Total hours per week: 37.5 hours a week

    Future Prospects
    • There is potential for permanent employment upon the successful completion of your apprenticeship.
    About the Company: WHS Plastics successfully operates in a highly competitive global marketplace, partnering with major international companies in a variety of market segments including automotive, electronics, extrusion, industrial, off highway, packaging, metal pressings and hygiene products. We have a strong UK footprint supporting some of the UK's biggest brands along with an overseas facility supplying blue chip global companies. The core of our business is the design and manufacturing of injection mouldings ranging from high quality functional parts, to complex assemblies featuring added value elements such as painting and foiling processes, for both interior and exterior automotive components. To complement these skills, we advise customers on material choices, the use of technical polymers and recyclable materials. We also manufacture high quality injection moulding tools, assembly equipment and a wide range of metal pressings. When dealing with customers we always deliver measurable benefits to differentiate our offerings from the competition.

    Job Features

    Job CategoryEngineering
    Job IndustryEngineering & Manufacturing

    Brief Overview of the Role We are looking for an Apprentice to learn general engineering skills in order to become a qualified Maintenance Engineer. This person must have attention to detail, will be ...

    Apprenticeship
    Brierley Hill
    Posted 2 weeks ago
    Brief Overview of the Role We are looking for an Apprentice to learn general engineering skills in order to become a qualified Toolmaker for plastic mould tools. This person must have a good attention to detail, will be an enthusiastic and committed individual who is passionate about starting a career in Engineering. Duties to Include
    • Carry out all work activities in a manner which maintains the well-being of self and others in compliance with the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974
    • Responsible for ensuring that stored water is evacuated from the tools in line with Legionella requirements and the Tool Evacuation log is maintained
    • Identify potential tool breakdown issues and report to relevant department in order to decrease the downtime of tools e.g., hot runners, water fittings, core fittings and electrical connections tool wear and damage
    • Ability to complete basic machining tasks using milling machines, lathes, and general hand tools where required
    • Basic benching ability to bring injection moulding tools back to production standard when required
    • Ability to record and maintain data to achieve manufacturing metrics
    • Ensure high standards of cleanliness and housekeeping at all times
    • Ensure that all lifting tackle in use has the correct colour tie attached, non-compliant equipment to be quarantined and reported
    • Carry out tooling TPM's in line with the schedule laid out and maintain the TPM database
    • Ensure high standards of cleanliness and housekeeping at all times being responsible for correct storage and validating that 5S cleaning and inspection of equipment is completed to the standard
    The training you will be getting Engineering Technician Level 3  Toolmaking Pathway Applicants will need grade 5 in GCSE in both maths and English for this standard Training units:
    • Assembling and testing fluid power systems
    • Wiring and testing electrical equipment and circuits
    • Preparing and using lathes for turning operations
    • Preparing and using milling machines
    • Producing mechanical engineering drawings using a CAD system
    • Conducting business improvement activities
    Desired skills and personal qualities Administrative skills, Analytical skills, Attention to detail, Communication skills, Creative, Customer care skills, Initiative, IT skills, Logical, Number skills, Organisation skills, Presentation skills, Problem solving skills, Team working Desired Qualifications
    • GCSE or equivalent English (Grade 5) essential
    • GCSE or equivalent Maths (Grade 5) essential
    Working Hours and Wage

    Monday - Thursday 8.00am - 4.30pm and Friday 8.00am - 1.30pm with 30 minutes flex to start and finish times.

    Total hours per week: 37.5 hours a week

    Future Prospects There is potential for permanent employment upon the successful completion of your apprenticeship. About the Company: WHS Plastics successfully operates in a highly competitive global marketplace, partnering with major international companies in a variety of market segments including automotive, electronics, extrusion, industrial, off highway, packaging, metal pressings and hygiene products. We have a strong UK footprint supporting some of the UK's biggest brands along with an overseas facility supplying blue chip global companies. The core of our business is the design and manufacturing of injection mouldings ranging from high quality functional parts, to complex assemblies featuring added value elements such as painting and foiling processes, for both interior and exterior automotive components. To complement these skills, we advise customers on material choices, the use of technical polymers and recyclable materials. We also manufacture high quality injection moulding tools, assembly equipment and a wide range of metal pressings. When dealing with customers we always deliver measurable benefits to differentiate our offerings from the competition.

    Job Features

    Job CategoryEngineering
    Job IndustryEngineering & Manufacturing
    Salary/Rate:£14,625 per annum
    Type:Apprenticeship
    Contract Length:48 Months
    Start Date:Mar 2024
    Job Reference:VAC1000240547
    Apprenticeship Standard:Level 3
    Training Provider:PTP Training Limited

    Brief Overview of the Role We are looking for an Apprentice to learn general engineering skills in order to become a qualified Toolmaker for plastic mould tools. This person must have a good attention...

    Apprenticeship
    Cannock
    Posted 3 weeks ago
    Brief Overview of the Role The work is very intricate and is carried out in a modern, pleasant working environment. The apprenticeship will lead you into assembling, bonding and soldering electronic and other components that come together to make a finished probe and other accessories such as cables and connectors. Duties to Include
    • Be quick to learn and keen to progress
    • Have good manual dexterity
    • Be able to produce fine solder joints (electronic work)
    • Be able to glue / bond very small components together
    • Work to high standards as attention to detail is crucial
    • Follow instruction both written and verbal
    • Computer literate
    • Work within a team or as an individual
    The training you will be getting
    • LEAN Manufacturing Operative Level 2
    • Relevant workplace training
    • Functional Skills if required
    Desired skills and personal qualities Analytical skills, Attention to detail, Communication skills, Creative, Customer care skills, Initiative, Organisation skills, Presentation skills, Problem solving skills, Team working Desired Qualifications
    • GCSE or equivalent English (Grade 4) desirable
    • GCSE or equivalent Maths (Grade 4) desirable
    Working Hours and Wage

    Monday - Thursday 8.00am - 4.30pm and Friday 8.00am - 1.00pm.

    Total hours per week: 37 hours a week

    Future Prospects A full time role will be available to the successful candidate at the end of the apprenticeship. Career progression within the company and the job role. About the Company: Welcome to the website of GB Inspection Systems Limited ? a leading UK manufacturer of Ultrasonic Probes and Accessories, and a supplier of NDT Equipment, Consumables, Services and Calibration. GB Inspection Systems was founded in 1984, and offers a wealth of experience in providing an exceptional service to our global clients from within the NDT industry, with quality products at competitive prices. With over 80 years of combined experience, we have an enviable reputation for offering quality products and services that are second to none. The team at GB Inspection Systems is confident in delivering the right equipment, products and services that best suit our clients' requirements.

    Job Features

    Job CategoryManufacturing
    Job IndustryEngineering & Manufacturing
    Salary/Rate:£10,294 per annum
    Type:Apprenticeship
    Contract Length:24 Months
    Start Date:Apr 2024
    Job Reference:VAC1000203682
    Apprenticeship Standard:Level 2
    Training Provider:PTP Training Limited

    Brief Overview of the Role The work is very intricate and is carried out in a modern, pleasant working environment. The apprenticeship will lead you into assembling, bonding and soldering electronic a...

    Apprenticeship
    Wolverhampton
    Posted 3 weeks ago
    Brief Overview of the Role Established in 1982, ASH are currently looking for a Lean Manufacturing Operative Apprentice to join their Plastic Fabrication team. Duties will include carrying out manufacturing tasks, training to use a variety of materials and chemicals, assessing quality, and more. Duties to Include
    • Gain knowledge of a variety of plastic materials, including Acrylic, Polycarbonate, PETG and HIPS
    • Undertake training which will include solvent gluing, UV Gluing, heat bending, drilling, diamond polishing and assembly
    • Training will include reading technical drawings
    • General housekeeping and maintaining of Health and Safety
    • Any other duties associated with the job role
    The training you will be getting
    • Lean Manufacturing Operative Level 2
    • Level 2 Functional skills if needed
    Desired skills and personal qualities Attention to detail, Communication skills, Initiative, Organisation skills Desired Qualifications
    • GCSE or equivalent English (Grade 4) desirable
    • GCSE or equivalent Maths (Grade 4) desirable
    Working Hours and Wage

    Monday - Thursday, 08.00 - 17.00, Friday, 08.00 - 13.30.

    Total hours per week: 39.5 hours a week

    Future Prospects
    • There will be a full-time position available for the right candidate on completion
    About the Company: Based in the heart of the Midlands we pride ourselves on our craftsmanship and expertise within the point of sale industry. Developing innovative products from design through to in-store delivery. All our SolidWorks designs are engineered to optimise the manufacturing process, taking advantage of a wide range of skills & resources, ultimately reducing costs and achieving the quality you expect from ASH.

    Job Features

    Job CategoryManufacturing
    Job IndustryEngineering & Manufacturing
    Salary/Rate:£10,845 per annum
    Type:Apprenticeship
    Contract Length:21 Months
    Start Date:Apr 2024
    Job Reference:VAC1000209253
    Apprenticeship Standard:Level 2
    Training Provider:PTP Training Limited

    Brief Overview of the Role Established in 1982, ASH are currently looking for a Lean Manufacturing Operative Apprentice to join their Plastic Fabrication team. Duties will include carrying out manufac...

    Apprenticeship
    Brownhills
    Posted 3 weeks ago
    Brief Overview of the Role Staffordshire Fabrications are looking for a to recruit a positive new member to the team. The apprentice will support the business to achieve its goals and growth for the future. Duties to Include -Machining components using both Lathe and a machining centre. -Taught how to read engineering drawings and construct drawings using CAD system. -Business Improvement techniques to constantly maintain and improve work area in terms of effectiveness and efficiency. -Following Health and Safety procedures. The training you will be getting
    • Engineering Operative Standard Level 2 Relevant workplace training
    • Functional skills if necessary
    Desired skills and personal qualities Analytical skills, Attention to detail, Communication skills, Creative, Customer care skills, Initiative, Logical, Number skills, Organisation skills, Patience, Presentation skills, Problem solving skills, Team working Desired Qualifications
    • GCSE or equivalent English (Grade 4) desirable
    • GCSE or equivalent Maths (Grade 4) desirable
    Working Hours and Wage

    Monday- Thursday 07:00-16:00, Friday- 07:00-13:00

    Total hours per week: 40 hours a week

    Future Prospects To be decided upon completion of training. About the Company: Staffordshire Fabrications is home to a highly capable fabrication facility, which uses careful planning and continuous investment to maximise productivity without compromising on quality. We have large and flexible workspaces, perfect for a wide variety of specialist fabrication projects that will meet any client requirements you may have. Our workshops are fully serviced and equipped with overhead and jib cranes which allow us to build parts of up to 10,000kg and large fabrications of up to 25 metres.

    Job Features

    Job CategoryEngineering
    Job IndustryEngineering & Manufacturing
    Salary/Rate:£15, 600 per annum
    Type:Apprenticeship
    Contract Length:15 Months
    Start Date:Apr 2024
    Job Reference:VAC1000233921
    Apprenticeship Standard:Level 2
    Training Provider:PTP Training Limited

    Brief Overview of the Role Staffordshire Fabrications are looking for a to recruit a positive new member to the team. The apprentice will support the business to achieve its goals and growth for the f...

    Apprenticeship
    Brownhills
    Posted 3 weeks ago
    Brief Overview of the Role Staffordshire Fabrications are looking to recruit a positive new member to the team. The apprentice will support the business to achieve its goals and growth for the future. Duties to Include
    • Welding and fabrication of materials using two different weld processes to enable a structural weld
    • Inspect weld preparations, surface conditions and cleanliness
    • Assemble and position plate
    • Inspection of final weld
    • Fabrication elements including work on press brake
    • Following Health and Safety procedures
    The training you will be getting Plate Welding Level 3. Relevant workplace training. Functional skills if necessary. Desired skills and personal qualities Analytical skills, Attention to detail, Communication skills, Creative, Customer care skills, Initiative, Logical, Organisation skills, Presentation skills, Problem solving skills, Team working Desired Qualifications
    • GCSE or equivalent English (Grade 4) desirable
    • GCSE or equivalent Maths (Grade 4) desirable
    Working Hours and Wage

    £15,600 a year

    Monthly bonus depending on performance, attendance and timeliness.

    Future Prospects To be decided upon completion of training. About the Company: Staffordshire Fabrications is home to a highly capable fabrication facility, which uses careful planning and continuous investment to maximise productivity without compromising on quality. We have large and flexible workspaces, perfect for a wide variety of specialist fabrication projects that will meet any client requirements you may have. Our workshops are fully serviced and equipped with overhead and jib cranes which allow us to build parts of up to 10,000kg and large fabrications of up to 25 metres.

    Job Features

    Job CategoryEngineering
    Job IndustryEngineering & Manufacturing
    Salary/Rate:£15, 600 per annum
    Type:Apprenticeship
    Contract Length:36 Months
    Start Date:Apr 2024
    Job Reference:VAC1000233957
    Apprenticeship Standard:Level 3
    Training Provider:PTP Training Limited

    Brief Overview of the Role Staffordshire Fabrications are looking to recruit a positive new member to the team. The apprentice will support the business to achieve its goals and growth for the future....

    Apprenticeship
    Wolverhampton
    Posted 3 weeks ago
    Brief Overview of the Role Established in 1982, ASH are currently looking for a Lean Manufacturing Estimator Apprentice to join their Plastic Fabrication team. Duties will include carrying out producing quotations, manufacturing tasks, training to use a variety of materials, assessing quality and more. Duties to Include
    • Shadow/ Liaise/ Support Estimator
    • Complete quotations as assigned
    • To obtain accurate costs from suppliers
    • Communicate directly with customer regarding quotations Interact with production, sales, design team and customers to resolve issues
    • Ability to work in a fast paced environment, attention to detail required
    • Ensure all related paperwork is accurate, maintain accurate data information on systems
    • To co-operate with supervisors and management at all times
    • Effective communication and written skills
    • Professionally manage communications with external parties and customers
    • Support daily office tasks including greeting customers and answering the telephones
    • Work as part of a team, to seek clarification, use own initiative Knowledge and Experience of Microsoft Office Packages
    • To maintain a healthy and safe workplace at all times
    • To take reasonable care of yourself and others, and to wear the correct personal protective equipment whenever appropriate
    • You may be required to undertake other duties from time to time as we may reasonably require
    The training you will be getting
    • Lean Manufacturing Operative Level 2 Apprenticeship Standard
    • Functional Skills, if required
    Desired skills and personal qualities Administrative skills, Analytical skills, Attention to detail, Communication skills, Creative, Customer care skills, Initiative, IT skills, Number skills, Organisation skills, Presentation skills, Problem solving skills, Team working Desired Qualifications
    • GCSE or equivalent English (Grade 4) desirable
    • GCSE or equivalent Maths (Grade 4) desirable
    Working Hours and Wage

    Mon to Thursday 8.00am - 5.00pm and Friday, 8.00am - 1.30pm

    Total hours per week: 39.5 hours a week

    Future Prospects
    • Possible full time role on completion of apprenticeship depending on performance
    About the Company: Based in the heart of the Midlands we pride ourselves on our craftsmanship and expertise within the point of sale industry. Developing innovative products from design through to in-store delivery. All our SolidWorks designs are engineered to optimise the manufacturing process, taking advantage of a wide range of skills & resources, ultimately reducing costs and achieving the quality you expect from ASH.

    Job Features

    Job CategoryEngineering
    Job IndustryEngineering & Manufacturing
    Salary/Rate:£13,145 per annum
    Type:Apprenticeship
    Contract Length:18 Months
    Start Date:Apr 2024
    Job Reference:VAC1000235056
    Apprenticeship Standard:Level 2
    Training Provider:PTP Training Limited

    Brief Overview of the Role Established in 1982, ASH are currently looking for a Lean Manufacturing Estimator Apprentice to join their Plastic Fabrication team. Duties will include carrying out produci...