Apprentice Control and Instrumentation Engineer - Viridor - Dunbar, East Lothian, Scotland
Apprentice Control and Instrumentation Engineer
- Job Reference:VIR-41806
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Control and Instrumentation Maintenance Engineering Apprentice
Location: Dunbar Energy Recovery Facility, East Lothian
Salary: £11,110 per annum
If you’re leaving school in 2020 or looking for a new opportunity and considering your next step, a Viridor apprenticeship could be ideal for you. Our Apprenticeship scheme provides the perfect way to earn a wage whilst gaining hands on work experience and a Level 3 Advanced qualification, which is the equivalent of two A Levels. We will provide you with full support and training to become a highly skilled Mechanical Maintenance Engineer, who will maintain the state-of-the-art electrical systems utilised in our world leading Energy Recovery Facilities.
At Viridor, we’re one of the UK’s leading recycling, renewable energy and waste management company. We put waste into action, transforming it into high quality recyclables, raw materials and energy and are at the forefront of the UK’s green economy.
As our Control and Instrumentation Maintenance Engineering Apprentice, we’ll help you to become qualified so you can:
- Carry out planned preventative maintenance
- Provide general maintenance of equipment
- Modify, test and inspect condition-based monitoring and fault finding with our systems.
- Help improve systems on our sites where required.
- Work on technology which monitors and controls all aspects of processes and their performance across the site.
- Carry out risk assessments and method statements to ensure activities are completed in a safe manner at all times
We’re looking for someone who has an interest in engineering, a positive can- do attitude, a willingness to learn as well as a commitment to the Apprenticeship scheme. The ideal apprentice will be skilled in the Microsoft Office suite of applications, highly motivated with good organisation skills.
To apply for this role, you will need to have:
A minimum of five National 5 (with grades C or above), including Maths, English and Science, or predicted to achieve those grades in Summer 2020.
This is an exciting opportunity to join and be a part of our fast-growing business.
Closing date is Thursday 30th April 2020. Interviews will take place in June / July 2020 and the successful candidate will begin their role in August 2020