Some of the things that an installer will be expected to do are:
- Plan allocated work tasks to install system components
- Undertake allocated work tasks in testing system components
- Assist in pre-commission testing
- Undertake allocated work tasks in de-commissioning
- Use pipework fabrication, installation and jointing techniques
- Be able to work efficiently without constant supervision
- Work indoors and outdoors and be prepared to work at height
- Work well with and alongside other trades
The advertised Apprentice wage will increase yearly or upon completion of progressive stages. After initially qualifying, you could go on to supervisory roles, senior management positions or even running your own business.
Upon successful completion of the Installer Apprenticeship, you may have the opportunity to progress to the level 3 Building Services Engineering Craftsperson apprenticeship.
You must ensure you load an up-to-date copy of your CV to your JTL profile in addition to following the application instructions to complete your application for this vacancy.
- Good practical skills to work with hand and power tools
- The ability to follow technical drawings and instructions
- A methodical approach to work
- An ability to pay close attention to detail
- A commitment to keep up to date with industry developments
- The ability to work without constant supervision and as part of a team
- Good communication skills
- The ability to work at height
- Normal colour vision
- A thorough understanding of safety rules and regulations
- Willingness to learn
- Good practical aptitude
- Capable of meeting the physical demands of the work
All candidates must complete the JTL Entry Assessment.
- City & Guilds Level 2 Heating and Ventilating Installer Qualification (Industrial and Commercial)
- Functional Skills at Level 2
- End Point Assessment