Maintenance Engineer Apprentice
Professional Monitor Co Ltd
This apprenticeship will include a hands on testing to component level of loudspeaker crossovers, audio amplifiers, CD players, as well as other analogue and digital audio circuits.
Working as part of a small team you would be responsible for analyzing and repairing customer equipment. There is scope for progressing to other areas of the company including research and development for the right candidate.
Tasks will include:
- To fault find to component level various audio equipment – including amplifiers and monitors. This will involve familiarity with circuit diagrams and competent use of soldering/de-soldering equipment.
- To liaise with the customer and complete paperwork/administrative tasks regarding fault diagnosis, return, booking in and processing of the equipment through the Service requests process.
- To liaise with the factory regarding test of production equipment undertaken by Service.
- To liaise and assist the R&D department with one off and special build requirements.
- To assist with the creation of written test procedures for equipment as required.
- To maintain documentation and record keeping for engineering change note implementation.
To initially work as part of the service team. There is scope for progression.
Other InformationCandidates must attend an initial interview with a member of the Bedford College Apprenticeship Recruitment Team and complete an online maths and English test which will be sent out prior to your initial interview if you meet the entry criteria. Please note this is part of the recruitment process and must be completed in order for your application to be progressed to the next stage. Bedford College with hold the right to remove this vacancy early due to high volume of applications.
- A keen interest in electronics or an inquiring mind that enjoys understanding 'how things work'
- A keen eye for precision
4 GCSE's grade A*-D / 9-3 in maths, English, a Science and one other subject.
The qualifications you will study to achieve will depend on your chosen pathway, and include:
NVQs (work-based learning)
- Electrical and Electronic Engineering NVQ Level 3 Extended Diploma (incorporating level 2 Performing Engineering Operations that is studied in the first year at College)
- Technical Certificates (classroom-based learning)
- EAL level 3 Subsidiary Diploma in Engineering Technology
- BTEC level 3 90-credit Diploma in Engineering
- BTEC level 3 Diploma in Engineering
- English, maths and ICT Functional Skills
- Employee Rights and Responsibilities
- Personal Learning and Thinking Skills.
During this apprenticeship you will study a range of topics, including:
- Health and safety
- Maths for technicians
- Mechanical principles
- Electrical and electronic engineering
- Engineering drawing for technicians
You will also study specialist units depending on the pathway your employer chooses.
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