Location : Havant , United Kingdom
Salary : £12000.00 per annum
Posted : 11-10-2022
Position: Full time
PETA Ltd are looking to source an exceptional Engineering Technician Apprentice for our client, Spur Electron. Working in our laboratory, you will have an eye for detail and be interested in making sure that things are correct. This is a role that will include testing components and working collaboratively to ensure we validate brilliant products.
As an Engineering Technician apprentice this programme forms part of Spur Electrons succession planning for the future. You will be trained, supported and monitored throughout the process.
You will learn how to work safely, work efficiently, use technical information, how to conduct business improvement activities, use Computer Aided Design software, general machining, fitting techniques, how to maintain mechanical and electrical equipment, how to assemble and test electronic circuits as well as general welding techniques.
Throughout the duration of the apprenticeship you will be paid and day released to PETA’s Havant engineering skills centre for off-the-job training. Your Level 3 programme will include, a level 3 BTEC technical certificate and workbased qualification delivered by PETA.
Overall duration 48 months
About the role:
Joining the Spur Electron team as a Engineering Technician apprentice, your role will be focused on undertaking and supporting the processes on site. The role is mainly laboratory based however time will be spent in the offices as well. As part of your programme, you will learn how to:
Monday-Thursday 08:30–17:00, Friday 08:30-12:45 (36.25 hours per week). We would encourage early submissions of applications, as these will be considered on receipt and suitable candidates invited for interview. We reserve the right to withdraw the advertisement early if the vacancy is filled before the closing date.
To be considered for the role of Engineering Technician apprentice, you will have a keen eye for detail and take pride in completing work to a high quality level. You will also require the following skills and qualifications:
2 GCSE's at grade C or above (or equivalents) to include Maths and English are essential
For 40 years we have been involved in the majority of Europe’s major space programmes including manned space activity, such as Spacelab and Space Station Columbus and deep space missions. Working at Spur will give you a perfect opportunity to maintain a healthy and vibrant work/life balance. Working at Spur is a great opportunity for engineering enthusiasts! We have a supporting and enthusiastic team who are passionate about all things engineering. Furthermore, you will be a part of fascinating projects that play a substantial role in the world!
Once you have applied for this apprenticeship, you will receive an email with an application form on that you will need to complete. Please monitor your inbox (and spam / junk folder) for this email and complete the form as soon as possible.
We look forward to receiving your application!