Design Engineering Apprentice (Electrical)

£6.40 per hour
Description

Since 1998, apprenticeships have been the building blocks of the Intelect workforce, and have continued to be for the past 25 years as we have grown and progressed as a business. When it comes to apprenticeships, Intelect’s ethos has always been ‘train to retain’, and as such, we are now renowned for our award-winning program, gaining both local and national recognition and ranking 27th in the government’s Top 50 SME Apprenticeship Employers.

Our Level 3 Engineering Design and Draughtsperson Electrical apprenticeship is a three-year course, which includes training at Middlesbrough College.

Day to day work will involve the use of design applications such as AutoCAD / Siemens. The apprentice should have a basic understanding of these applications, however full training is provided. Working on several different engineering projects, the candidate will support the panel deparment with the designing and building of control panels and switch boards.

*Please note that this standard is not the same as our Electrical Installation Apprenticeship.

 

Role Details

Design apprentices will work alongside the panel department team to deliver projects, and meet targets. They will develop and produce 2D and 3D drawings within the office, and at times will be required to provide support on site during the install and commissioning process.

All apprentices will be provided with their own uniform and PPE. They will also receive additional on-going training, covering various aspects of health and safety to ensure they have the latest knowledge and information to hand.

Starting rate for the first year of the apprenticeship will be £6.40 per hour, however this will increase on a yearly basis in line with our apprentice pay structure – this will be discussed with candidates at the interview stage.

Candidate Details

We are looking for someone with the following experience and qualifications:

  • Minimum grade 4 for English and Maths required.
  • Driving licence advantageous.
  • Previous work experience desirable but not essential.
  • Strong interest in electrical engineering and design.
  • Good attendance and timekeeping.
  • Ability to meet deadlines.
  • A positive attitude.
  • Good attention to detail.
Working Hours

37.5 hours per week

Monday – Thursday 08:00-16:30

Friday – 08:00-13:30

There are plenty of opportunities for overtime and weekend work may also be required.

 

Further Information

All applications will close on Friday 31st May.

Time frames for the recruitment process are as follows:
– CV shortlisting: Week commencing 3rd June
– Stage 1 interviews: July
– Stage 2 interviews: August
– Apprenticeship start: Beginning of September

We endeavour to respond to all applicants, however due to the high volume of applications we receive each year, this isn’t always possible. We advise that should you not have heard from us by 1st July, your application has not been successful.

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