This is an exciting opportunity for a someone who is enthusiastic about working on engines to gain a wealth of experience working in a busy Marine services role working on Marine Engines from huge diesels to powerful petrol engines.
The role will involve:
- Call outs to broken down water crafts
- Basic repairs
- Removing marine engines
- Rebuilding marine engines
- Testing and restoring marine engines in the workshop setting
A full-time role will be offered on completion of the apprenticeship.
This role requires ablity to travel to sites and college. Own transport is essential to travel to call outs.
This role is subject to a Drugs & Alcohol test.
Time in lieu will be given if out on long breakdowns.
TrAC is acting as an Apprentice Training Agency (ATA) and will engage you for the duration of the Apprenticeship and pay your salary. You should be aware that the Ripplecraft Boatyard named in this vacancy is a host employer and you will not be employed by them. Your placement may change during the course of your Apprenticeship.
- Practical ability, working with tools
- Ability to problem solve
- Initiative and ability to work on own
- Awareness of safe working
- The successful candidate will have a keen interest in working on engines
- Strong work ethic
- They will be motivated and quick learning with aptitude to work on own
- Willing to get stuck in
- Passionate about engines and mechanics
- An interest in how things work
English and Maths at Level 2 Functional Skills or equivalents.
Level 3 Marine Engineer.
Training will be delivered by Paragon Skills.