Apprentice Fork Lift Truck Engineer - Intermediate (Level 2)
Jungheinrich UK Ltd
NORTH WARWICKSHIRE AND HINCKLEY COLLEGE
On successful completion of the apprenticeship programme you will be able to:
- Carry out diagnostics on various types of material handling equipment
- Carry out servicing and repairs
- Manage and control van stock
- Be flexible in working hours to suit customer needs
- Support and liaise with customer service/ aftersales department
During the programme we expect you to:
- Participate fully within the training programme
- Own your own development and demonstrate this through maintaining your logbooks and college work
- Develop a full understanding of Jungheinrich’s structure and business functions
- Attend relevant courses in order to develop in your engineering role
- We would expect applicants to hold a full driving licence to travel between sites
You will go on to a Level 3 Apprenticeship.
We look to offer all our Apprentices displaying the right aptitude and behaviours a full role after their Apprenticeship scheme. There is an array of career opportunities to progress within the company post apprenticeship and beyond.
We would expect applicants to hold a full driving licence. (An engineering role within a team/ patch of engineers, servicing and maintaining forklift trucks. The role is at a fixed customer site a lot of the time, this customer site can change, depending on where the business is and what new customers choose Jungheinrich products. Therefore, our engineers need to be able to drive to be flexible to those customers and changes and flexibility of our workforce and within the patch/ team they work)
At all times you will be expected to wear the appropriate supplied uniform and ensure that you comply 100% with Health and Safety at all times.
All offers of employment will be conditional subject to proof of achievement of GCSE’s and proof of right to work in the UK.
A reasonable amount of travelling to and from the college is required and Apprentices for the five blocks of two weeks each year.
Apprentices will be required to change their place of work from time to time but still within their postcode/ patch. Apprentices will be supported by Jungheinrich Mentors and their Line Manager and will be trained in all aspects of material handling equipment maintenance.
This Apprenticeship is being offered with a possible start date of September 2020.
Apprentices are required to be as flexible as possible to meet the needs of the business, but the contract is for 40 hours
You will need to consider how long it may take you to travel to and from work, training and college, if you do not have your own transport. Jungheinrich will support with reasonable expensed for any apprentice or business-related travel.
As an apprentice of the college you will be entitled to apply for a NUS card and have access to all of our facilities including gym membership, cinema tickets and Apple.
For the right candidates there will be the opportunity to interview for a full-time permanent job at the end of the programme and the opportunity to progress within the company.
- 25 days annual leave plus eight statutory bank holidays increasing to 28 with length of service
- Discounted Car Leasing Scheme
- Discount card which will give you access to 100’s of brands with opportunities for savings and cashback
- Pension Scheme: Employer matched contributions of between 5% and 10%
- Private Medical Insurance: Free to all employees as a taxable benefit, with additional option of adding on partners/children at a small cost
- Cycle to Work Scheme: A loan of up to £200 to purchase a bike and an agreed repayment plan over maximum of 12-month period
- Simply Health and BUPA Dental Voluntary Contribution Scheme with monthly deductions and option to add family members
- Eye care scheme
- Death in Service: Four x basic salary
- Other Employee Advantages: Access to discount gym memberships and day passes, discounted EE products and offers and reduced hotel rates
- Motivated and committed to succeed on the apprenticeship programme
- Able to take instruction, develop and learn quickly
- Able to work as part of a team
- Ability to work under pressure, putting the customer at the heart of what we do
- Basic IT Skills- ability to use a variety of systems after training
- Good verbal and listening skills
- Excellent timekeeper
- Willingness to learn and develop/interest within the area
- Comes across in a confident manner
- Motivated, enthusiastic with a can-do attitude
- Must have GCSE grade 4 – 9 / A* – C (or equivalent) in Maths
- Must have GCSE grade 4 – 9 / A* – C (or equivalent) in English
- Must have GCSE grade 4 – 9 / A* – C (or equivalent) in one other subject
The Apprenticeship will consist of the following:
Intermediate Apprenticeship (Year 1 & 2)
- IMIAL Level 2 Diploma in Lift Truck Maintenance & Repair (Competence)
- IMIAL Level 2 Diploma in Lift Truck Maintenance & Repair Principles (Knowledge – required to attend College for 10 weeks each year over a block programme)
- Functional Skill in maths Level 1
- Functional Skill in English Level 1
- Functional Skill in ICT Level 1
- Award in Knowledge of Employee Rights and Responsibilities for the Automotive Sector
Qualifications are nationally recognised and awarded by IMI (Institute of Motor Industry).
There will be a requirement to attend the North Warwickshire and Hinckley College’s Harrowbrook Campus in Hinckley for your block release programme for completion of your Technical Certificate (Knowledge based units) and any Functional Skills (where appropriate). Accommodation will be provided for you whilst you are attending college.
Harrowbrook Industrial Estate
Assessments and observations will be carried out during agreed times in the workplace with your allocated work-based assessor. A review of your progress will be carried out while you are on programme to ensure you are meeting set targets.
On the job training will be provided by the employer in addition to the Apprenticeship framework
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