L3 Engineering Technician Apprentice required at Horstman Defence Systems - Advanced (Level 3)
Horstman Defence Systems Ltd
The successful applicant will be given full support in a Mechanical Apprenticeship and will spend their time across the shop floor in assembly, honing, manual machining etc.
You will have placement throughout the business processes (manufacturing and assembly) to support theoretical understanding and development. This Cross-functional placement / involvement in all functions of an Engineering organising will allow you to accrue an overall view and appreciation of how the organisation functions.
Regular duties to include:
- Mechanical Assembly of Pneumatic and Hydraulic Suspension units for Armoured Vehicles
- CNC and Manual experience in the manufacturing processes of the products
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The Bath College Apprenticeship Team will look at your qualifications to check the apprenticeship will not duplicate any training or assessment you have received from any other source, however please be aware, in some cases previous higher learning may exclude you from an intermediate or advanced government-funded apprenticeship.
On successful completion of this apprenticeship should a post be available on completion you could go down various engineering pathways such as going onto be an Assembly Technician, CNC/ Manual Machine Operative, Process Engineer or Manufacturing Engineering.
The employer will be holding interviews in June 2019.
Horstman Defence Systems are looking to recruit an apprentice with a good level of education in math and English. The ideal candidate would also have a qualification in a "hands on" practical subject. The ideal candidate would also have an indication/interest in the application of mechanical minded attributes.
The ideal candidate for Horstman Defence Systems will have a "can do" attitude along with a willingness to learn new skills. It is also key that you have a continual improvement mind-set.
Horstman Defence Systems are looking to recruit an apprentice with a grade C (4) or above at GCSE level or equivalents, this would be reviewed objectively upon submission of interest.
L3 Engineering Technician Standard.
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