Training and Apprenticeships in Construction Limited

Marine Engineering Apprentice - Advanced (Level 3)

Training and Apprenticeships in Construction Limited (Employer)

Trac (Training Provider)

Weekly wage £166.00
40.0 hours per week Shifts to be confirmed between Monday - Friday with the occasional weekend shift.
48 months (duration)
10 January 2021(start date)
Marine Engineer (apprenticeship standard)
4 December 2020 (application closing date)
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Job Description

This role provides plenty of variety and is perfect for someone looking to start their career in engineering. Ideally this would suit someone with an interest in engineering but enjoys being around the water working on and in boats and river craft

Responsibilities

The Apprentice will work across a nine-acre site alongside a team of engineers reasonable for the many aspects of repairing maintaining and refitting Luxury and holiday watercraft.

This will include

  • Electrical and mechanical fitting and repairs
  • Repairing hulls
  • Fabrication
  • Refurbishment and servicing a whole range of vessels

Future Prospects

  • This is a great opportunity for someone looking to start a rewarding career in marine engieering

Reality Check

  • This is a rural role and the apprentice will need make sure they can get to the business, though has good bus and rail links
  • The role can include working outdoors in all weathers

Skills Required

  • Reliable 
  • Motivated
  • Hard working 
  • Robust outdoors
  • Problem solving
  • Able to work as part of a team 
  • Willingness to learn 

Qualities Required

  • The succesful candidate must be enthusiastic and able to work using their own initiative

Qualifications Required

  • The ideal candidate will have GCSE English and maths, science and technology at grade 4/C

Training Provided

Marine Engineer Level 3 Apprenticeship Standard:

  • Marine engineers work on boats such as yachts, commercial craft and superyachts. They install, maintain, fault find and repair marine engines, ancillary systems and equipment
  • They design and produce solutions to meet boat layouts, restrictions and engineering requirements, or produce boat engineering systems from engineering and technical drawings to specifications. Marine engineers work to fine tolerances using a variety of measuring equipment, machines and tools. They manufacture, assemble, strip, repair and re-build components. They are expected to work individually and in teams
  • They comply with organisational and statutory health & safety, sustainability requirements and can work with minimum supervision
  • Marine engineers are good communicators and problem solvers, they commission and test boat systems, are responsible for the quality and accuracy of their work and often attend sea trials
  • Marine engineers typically work with associated trades such as Boatbuilders and Marine Electricians and have a strong marine industry understanding. They are highly skilled and capable of adapting to changing demands as boats become more complex
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