Building Services Engineering Electrical
Salary: £10,000.00 to £15,000.00 per year
Closing date: 31/03/2016
Building Services Engineering makes buildings work; it's a specialist branch of engineering within the construction sector. Electricians undertake the installation, testing, pre-commissioning and decommissioning of large scale industrial and commercial electrical systems which are found in large commercial and industrial buildings like office blocks, factories, schools and hospitals. These systems provide power and lighting to the buildings which incorporates all electrically fed equipment, such as lifts, boilers, pumps and workshops.
What might a typical day in this job look like?
You will have responsibilities from day 1, including:
What qualification or qualities are required?
Building Services Engineering makes buildings work; it's a specialist branch of engineering within the construction sector. Electricians undertake the installation, testing, pre-commissioning and decommissioning of large scale industrial and commercial electrical systems which are found in large commercial and industrial buildings like office blocks, factories, schools and hospitals. These systems provide power and lighting to the buildings which incorporates all electrically fed equipment, such as lifts, boilers, pumps and workshops
5 Standard's or equivalent with a minimum of C in English, Maths and Science
Tuesday 1st March 2016
As part of Scottish Apprenticeship Week, GTG Training is holding an Apprentice Recruitment Open Day on Tuesday 1st March 2016 from 10am–4pm. At the event, we’ll be:
This is a fantastic opportunity to view our leading-edge training facilities, meet current apprentices and find out more about our courses.
Our apprenticeship programmes offer people aged 16 and over a way to earn while they learn as they work towards a recognised qualification, skilled employment and greater career prospects.
How do I register?
This event is free of charge and designed for people aged 16+ with Standard Grade 1–4 qualifications/National Grade 4/5 (already achieved or currently studying at this level).To confirm your attendance or obtain further information, please contact the GTG Apprentice Recruitment Team on 0141 950 5600 or click the button below to visit out booking page.
Career Area: Modern Apprenticeship
Pay: NMW (MA); Hours: Full time; Term: Permanent
Expiry Date: Feb 24, 2016
Qualifications, Certificates or Licences
No experience in this field required as full training will be given
How to apply
To express an interest please send an email, covering letter & CV, quoting the job reference number at top of this page, to email@example.com. Only applicants who meet the full specification will be submitted to the employer. You will receive an email confirming receipt of your application & confirmation of submission to the employer.
Employer: Rolls Royce International Ltd
Salary: £10,795 pa
Start date: ASAP
Sectors: Engineering & Maintenance
When you’re building, manufacturing, inspecting, or repairing some of the most advanced engines in the world, the margin for error is, quite literally, microscopic. That’s why we invest so much in training our Practical Apprentices. We provide a salaried job and the support to gain nationally recognised qualifications. More than that, with the chance to get hands-on with Rolls-Royce engines we offer the sort of practical experience that you can’t get anywhere else.
Join us as a Practical Apprentice and you’ll gain a strong foundation in the hands-on skills you need to work on a Rolls-Royce engine – all in your first year. Once you’re ready, you’ll move on to placements where you’ll work with and be supported by some of the world’s top engineers. In numerous attachments during your second year, you’ll broaden and deepen your knowledge before being aligned to a specific role in the business. Along the way, you’ll work towards completing your Apprenticeship framework, which will include studying for a Level 3 NVQ or SVQ as well as a Level 3 BTEC Diploma in Engineering technical certificate.
What you’ll do
This is hands-on work. So, whether you’re stripping down engines, wiring complex systems, fitting chemical analysis equipment or are making and maintaining the tools we need to craft precision engineering, you’ll be making a big impact. Throughout your apprenticeship you can expect to get your hands on state-of-the-art products, equipment or machinery from day one. All while being guided and supported by engineering experts.
What you’ll need
As well as showing a passion for practical engineering, you’ll need to be articulate, numerate and a great team player. You’ll also have to learn fast and have the discipline to balance studying for a qualification with the demands of your job. We also expect you to bring us passes at grade D or above in Maths, English, Physics or Chemistry, and a technical subject at GCSE, Standard Grade or an equivalent level. We do accept a lot of qualifications and take into account your experience, so make sure to check out the apprentice section of our website for more detail.
Who we are
We create high-performance, integrated power solutions for use on land, at sea and in the air. From powering advanced submarines to supersonic fighter jets, super-efficient passenger planes to cutting-edge marine propellers; our 55,500-strong team of ambitious people deliver excellence and quality to customers in 150 countries around the world. Together, they look for ways to go further, deliver faster and create better.
How to apply
Click the button below for more information. If you need assistance applying, or have any questions at all, please see Miss McFadyen in Pupil Support Base 4.
Out trainee scheme will give you the opportunity to train as a civil engineer, quantity surveyor or construction manager. From day one, our programme is designed to give you the best monitored, relevant and practical experience in parallel with academic study, tailored to suit your chosen career.
We offer a fully funded five-year school leaver scheme where, on completion, you will gain a qualification as either a quantity surveyor, civil engineer or construction manager. It's a fantastic opportunity to get a professional qualification and on the job experience. At the same time, you'll b earning a competitive salary and getting involved in interesting and challenging work. Projects we are currently working on include Kelvin Hall Refurbishment, Irvine Leisure Centre and Ashton Gate Stadium in Bristol.
How do I join the scheme?
All we require is that you are over 16 years of age and have achieved:
SQA Higher: ABBB including Maths, Physics, Technological studies or Engineering Science at B
SQA Higher: ABBC plus English and Maths at NAT 5
SQA Higher: ABBC plus English and Maths at NAT 5
You'll spend one day a week attending University studying towards your degree. It's not all about study and exams though - when you're not in University, you'll be working with experienced colleagues on a range of high profile projects.
You will get responsibility from an early stage in your career and play a key role in helping deliver projects.
How to apply
To apply, please email your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
Apprenticeship Duration: 4 years
Entry Requirements: Five National 5s at grade C or above - including: English, Maths and Physics (or equivalent) + 3 Highers at C or above in Maths, English and a Science Subject.
Salary: Starting at £15,205 with yearly increases related to performance. Final salary upon programme completion of circa £29,000
As an Engineering Technician Apprentice with BAE Systems, you will be working with a team of highly skilled, dedicated employees and fellow apprentices from across our Naval Ships Business. You'll be part of a team that designs and manufactures the next generation of complex surface ships and combat systems for customers around the world, including the Royal Navy.
Through a combination of classroom based and hands on learning in our engineering office you will be closely mentored to gain the skills required to excel within our technical working environment.
Working to both practical and academic targets, you will undertake a series of placements across our training partner colleges to develop a full range of skills in your specific discipline of engineering.
Completing your Apprenticeship
At the end of the four years, you will have obtained an SVQ Level 3 in Engineering Technical Support and a HND in Engineering Systems, developed a range of practical skills within your engineering disciplines and gained invaluable work experience.
All of these achievements will give you a firm footing on your journey to your desired career and would lead particularly well into a role as a Detailed Design Engineer.
How to apply
To apply for a place on our Engineering Technician Apprenticeship scheme, simply fill out our online application form. If your application is successful, there are three more important stages before you can be accepted onto the scheme:
1.An Aptitude Test
2. One day assessment centre
3. Medical and Security checks
Find out more at www.baesystems.com/apprentices