Signstar Solutions Limited

Level 3 Signage Technician Apprenticeship. - Advanced (Level 3)

Signstar Solutions Limited (Employer)

North London Garage Group Training Association (Training Provider)

Weekly wage £172.00
40.0 hours per week Monday to Friday 8am – 5pm.
18 months (duration)
1 November 2021(start date)
Digital engineering technician (apprenticeship standard)
2 positions available
30 October 2021 (application closing date)
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Job Description

This role will be varied and will be mainly working off site at our client’s premises, or fitting vehicle livery there may also some production and manufacturing. Full training will be provided.

Responsibilities

  • Working off site at our client’s premises
  • Fitting vehicle livery
  • Production and manufacturing
  • Sign Writer/Wrapper
  • Sign writing to vehicles
  • Vehicle wrapping

Future Prospects

Signstar is looking for individuals with an ambition to progress their career in the company.

Skills Required

  • Use their initiative
  • Team players
  • Keen to learn
  • Good communicators with an eye for detail and patience for the more technical aspect of these roles. 

Qualities Required

Signstar are looking for 2 applicants who can use their initiative, are team players, keen to learn and good communicators with an eye for detail and patience for the more technical aspect of these roles. Ideal but not essential is hands on skills or previous experience; Essential to have a driving license.

Qualifications Required

None

Training Provided

  • Level 3 Digital Engineering Technician Apprenticeship Standard
  • Functional Skills in maths and English if required
  • Interpret information, for example customer briefs, specifications and work instructions
  • Conduct site survey
  • Calculate costs and prepare quotations
  • Plan and schedule work
  • Prepare for signage work
  • Use graphic design software to design signage
  • Create pre-fabrication files/instructions
  • Select and use materials and components
  • Assemble signs
  • Trim, clean and add fixing features to signage such as eyelets, hinges and brackets, as required
  • Protect materials and signs to prevent damage during manufacture, transportation and storage
  • Apply, install or erect signs
  • Check signage materials and products against quality requirements
  • Identify and document risks and hazards in the workplace; advise on and apply control measures
  • Comply with health and safety regulations and requirements
  • Comply with organisational and statutory environmental and sustainability considerations: safe disposal of waste, recycling of materials and efficient use of resources
  • Select, set up, complete pre-checks and operate sign-making machinery, tools and equipment
  • Maintain work area, tools and equipment for example, charge batteries and sharpen blades
  • Use access equipment in the installation process, for example ladders, fixed and mobile platforms
  • Communicate with colleagues and/or stakeholders – verbal, written or electronic; use industry terminology
  • Complete documentation for example job sheets, maintenance records
  • Rectify or report issues
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