Apprentice Project Build Fitter
- Company: NIS Ltd
- Location: Chorley
- Vacancy Ref: 00000854
- Weekly wage: £230.77
- Hours per week: 37
- Sector: Engineering
This vacancy is for an Apprentice Project Build Fitter based in Chorley.
The broad purpose of the occupation is to produce complex high value, low volume components or assemblies in full or part, using machines, equipment or systems, to the required specification.
As an apprentice you will be trained in all functions within engineering fitting as well as completing a 42 month apprenticeship involving on the job learning via a recognised training provider.
The job role and duties will include:
*Assemble components to parts list and drawing requirements
*Perform functional testing of assemblies.
*Test assemblies to customer and/or NIS criteria
*Prepare assemblies for shipment
*Mechanical Assembly is a discipline which covers a wide range of occupational areas including general mechanical assembly, alignment, hydraulics, pneumatics, pipe work, system integration, testing and installation
*Mechanical Assembly technicians are essential in all fields of engineering and manufacturing, and need to be able to work in all environments.
*Mechanical Assembly technicians must be able to interpret engineering drawings and convert them into fully functional and tested equipment.
*Supporting testing and commissioning is an integral part of being a mechanical assembly technician as this ensures that the supplied equipment is capable of completing the tasks it is designed for.
*An employee in this occupation will be responsible for completion of their work to the required specification and deadlines, in line with quality, health & safety and environmental regulations and requirements, with minimum supervision.
Training to be provided
- Level 3 BTEC Extended Diploma.
- Functional Skills, Level 2 in Mathematics, English, working with others and improving your own learning. Functional Skills requirements is subject to the successful applicants GCSE results. Grade A–C and within 5 years old means the apprentice will be relaxed from completing functional skills. Certification evidence will need to be provided.
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