Yard and Tug Maintenance Engineer Apprenticeship

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  • Post Date: 19th July 2021
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Job Overview

Cory Riverside is hiring a Yard and Tug Maintenance Engineer Apprentice with starting date September 2021.

Find out more about the role in the JD below. To apply, please send your CV to fiona.cummins@coryenergy.com and a covering letter explaining: Why would you like to work for this company and What makes you the right person for this position.

Closing date for applications
Friday, 13th August 2021.

The Apprentice Yard and Tug Maintenance Engineer Apprenticeship will be 4 years in duration, aimed at achieving Level 2 & 3 Maritime Defence Engineering Technician – Maritime Mechanical Fitter status and it will be delivered in conjunction with a recognised and approved training body. You will have the opportunity to learn at college and then transfer the skills in a working environment with support from workplace buddies and mentors.

Overview of the role

Through practical and vocational studies, you will obtain work related professional qualifications to be able to act as part of a team of engineers responsible for maintaining and repairing tugs, plant and equipment.

You will be expected to attend college and complete course work to a high standard.

Apprentice Level 3 – Level 2 & 3
Maritime Defence Engineering Technician – Maritime Mechanical Fitter
Training for the Apprenticeship will be taking place at South Essex College in Basildon (likely to be one day a week).

37.5 hours (Monday to Friday)
8am to 4pm (but maybe subject to change)
Salary approximately £13,955, per annum

You will be expected as part of your apprenticeship to travel to South Essex College in Basildon.

Start date September 2021.

Desired skills
Maths / English and an interest in science and engineering.

Desired personal qualities
Good timekeeper and ability to work well with other people, a self-starter who has a desire to achieve. A person who is willing to receive and implement instruction from tutors and mentors.

Desired qualifications
The successful candidate should have achieved Grades 4 and above in 5 GCSEs which must include Mathematics, English and a Science subject, preferably Physics.

Future prospects
Potential permanent position within the organisation. High achievers will be given the opportunity to progress with their study.

The successful candidate will be expected to travel from home to college and to their place of work and be expected to start work at 07.00 am in the morning, so access to their own transport is desirable.


Job Detail
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