Beatson Clark Plc

Mould Shop Apprentice


Beatson Clark Plc

Training Provider:


Weekly wage £136.50
35.0 hours per week 35 hours per week whilst training at the academy. 37 hours per week when on-site in company. Shifts/times TBC.
duration: 3 years
start: 16 September 2019
Advanced(level 3)
Engineering Technician (apprenticeship standard)
9 September 2019 (application closing date)
An excellent opportunity to undertake an engineering apprenticeship as a Mould Shop Apprentice.


Duties/responsibilities to include:

  • Work within the Mould Shop Engineering team
  • Gain experience of using workshop equipment
  • Gain experience of working on Mould Repair and Maintenance
  • In particular, focusing on: maintaining tooling to a high standard/specification within machine shop operating Manual Turners, Miller and CNC machines as required and Abide by Company and departmental rules
  • Work to departmental procedures and follow job safety instructions
  • Wear PPE as instructed and relevant to job specific hazards
  • Maintain good working relationships with colleagues and management
  • Essential to attend College to complete Modern Apprenticeship qualification in Engineering (including NVQ’s)
  • Undertake other internal or external job specific training
  • Any other reasonable duties as requested within skill set

Future Prospects

Mould Shop Employee - Perm

Skills Required

  • Demonstrate interest in engineering
  • Safety conscious
  • Prior interest/experience in engineering (desirable)
  • Practical Engineering Skill
  • Exception time keeping and attendance

Qualities Required

  • Motivated and professional with a desire to achieve results with a commercial and customer focus
  • Ability to ‘multi-task’
  • Attention to detail
  • Self resilient and capable of making job related decisions
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills
  • Passionate about the values and standards of the business.
  • Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines
  • Be open to and work with change (both cultural and technical)
  • ‘Can Do’ attitude
  • Works in an inclusive way
  • Willing to undertake additional tasks (within capabilities) to get the job done
  • Willingness to take ownership
  • Take a critical approach to work practice and identify & suggest improvements
  • Believes and promotes Health and Safety within workplace


Qualifications Required

  • The chosen candidate must have 5 GCSE's or equivalent at Grade C or above, or grade 4-9 under the new education grade system effective from 2016/2017.  Must include Math's and English.

Training Provided

  • Level 2 NVQ in Performing Engineering Operations
  • Functional Skills (where applicable)
  • Level 3 NVQ Extended Diploma in Engineering
  • Level 3 BTEC Diploma in Engineering, City & Guilds 2850 or VRQ
  • Level 3 Diploma in Engineering Technology (day release)
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