Food & Drink Maintenance Engineering Apprenticeship

PLADIS (UK) LIMITED

pladis UK are searching for the right candidates to join our fast moving food production family as Engineering Maintenance Apprentices. If you are looking for an exciting and challenging career working with iconic brands then this may be the role for you!

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Annual wage

£14,638.00

Total hours per week

40 hours

Expected duration

5 Years

Possible start date

21 Sep 2020

Summary

* Work with mechanical and electrical equipment as well as
   automated control systems, carry out planned and preventative
   maintenance, undertake fault finding and diagnosis.

* Championing continuous improvement through involvement in our
   pladis Excellence programme, reducing downtime and improving 
   operational efficiency.

* Ensuring all activities are undertaken safely and in line with food  
   safety standards and legislative requirements.

Working week

Monday to Friday 08:00 - 16:00 Total hours per week: 40.00

40 hour per week

Date posted

23 Mar 2020

Apprenticeship Level

Advanced Level Apprenticeship

Positions

2 available

Requirements and prospects

Skills

Communication skills,Attention to detail,Team working,An aptitude for fault finding,Mechanical comprehension

Qualifications

GCSE or equivalent English (Grade 4) Essential,GCSE or equivalent Maths (Grade 5) Essential

Future Prospects

Successful apprentices shall progress into permanent Engineering Technician roles.

About the employer

plaids is a global leader in biscuits and confectionery, with over 50,000 employees based in factories in 13 countries. We make hundreds of delicious products, with pladis brands amongst the best loved and most recognisable in the world. In the UK these include McVitie’s biscuits, Jacobs, Go Ahead, Flipz, Nibbles and Godiva chocolate.

Employer

PLADIS (UK) LIMITED

Training provider

pladis apprentices attend James Watt Campus, Birmingham Metropolitan College, on a block release programme undertaking a City & Guilds L3 Diploma in Food & Drink Maintenance. 

Apprentices then embed their mechanical, electrical, fluid power and automation skills at site with our experienced multi-skilled engineers.

Training framework

Food and drink maintenance engineer

Training provider

BIRMINGHAM METROPOLITAN COLLEGE

Application instructions

All candidates should complete the electronic application form. The recruitment process will consist of interviews plus online and face to face assessment.

Application closing date: 11 May 2020

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