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Electrical Control Panel Builder Apprentice – D&G Electrical Engineering Ltd

23/01/2023

Electrical Control Panel Builder Apprentice – D&G Electrical Engineering Ltd

SectorEngineering

Level3

LocationBlackburn

Hours40

WageDependant on starting level of candidate

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About this vacancy

For over a hundred years, Domestic & General have been a trusted provider of aftercare for millions of domestic appliances. Today, they’re the UK’s leading provider of appliance breakdown protection, developing products and services to meet your needs. They provide protection, maintenance and support for a broad range of domestic products and consumer electronics, ranging from televisions to washing machines to boilers. There is an exciting new opportunity for 2 Electrical Control Panel Builder Apprentices to join the D&G Electrical Engineering team at their site in Blackburn.

Personal characteristics they are looking for include:

  • Self-motivated & keen to learn
  • Interested in control automation & development of future control systems
  • Punctual & Reliable
  • Work well both as part of a team and individually
  • Be prepared to travel both in the UK & Worldwide
  • Must be well presented and possess good interpersonal skills
  • Hold clean UK driving license (preferrable but not mandatory)
  • Hold valid Passport

SectorEngineering

Level3

LocationBlackburn

Hours40

WageDependant on starting level of candidate

Duties/main responsibilties include:

The general role:

  • Work & become part of an established skilled Electrical Engineering team within the Company.
  • Attend Burnley College (Themis – day release), to attain BTEC & HNC in Electrical & Electronic Engineering.
  • Learn to handle & utilise all project & process materials.
  • Learn to handle both hand & power tools required to carry out the business of the Company.
  • Learn to read & implement complex instructions from technical project documents.
  • Learn to mark out, mechanically cut/drill & assemble electrical control panels & assemblies.
  • Learn to wire complex control panels/systems for various automation applications.
  • Learn to electrically equip & commission various types of automation machinery both within the UK & Worldwide.
  • Adopt, Implement & Comply with all Company & Site Health & Safety requirements.
  • Liaise with suppliers & customers.
  • Provide support to production department/team.
  • Plan, organise and manage work in conjunction with the production team to required timescales.
  • Standard Hours of work 07:00–16:30 Mon-Thu & 08:00-12:00 Fri (40hrs/Week).
  • 20 days flexible Holidays (Plus 8 x statutory bank holidays) per year.
  • Rate of pay hourly, with over-time rates paid at x1.5 & x2, for time worked outside of standard hours.
  • This list is not exhaustive and may include any other duties as required.

 

 

Working week

Monday – Thursday  7AM – 4:30PM

Friday 8AM – 12PM

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Or call us on 01282 733005

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