Apprentice Electrician (Level 3)
Cork Electrical Ltd
26 Mill Lane
Electrical Apprentice required to assist with domestic, commercial, agricultural and industrial installations. All elements of electrical contracting will be experienced, from design to commissioning. Working across East Anglia.
Will learn to:
Understand electrical, mechanical and architectural drawings and diagrams to determine job specifications and requirement.
Plan and measure the layout of the wiring systems.
Test, find and repair electrical problems.
Install and fix electrical and electronic control systems, cables, outlets and equipment.
Connect electrical equipment to power supplies
To learn to carry out a range of electrical installations in new and occupied properties including:
1. Diagnosis of electrical faults
2. Testing and maintenance of electrical wiring
3. Equipment, appliances, apparatus and fixtures such as renewing consumer control unit, fuse/RCD/MCB; cookers, fans , fire alarm, sockets, switches, door chimes, external lighting, shower units, electrical heating systems, etc.
4. Using hand and power tools to current legislative standards, performance standards and in accordance with company procedures under the guidance of qualified trade employees, suited to the current level of training and development
To learn to complete all necessary paperwork and NICEIC records to current legislative standards
To attend college and complete coursework on time and to a high standard
To carry out necessary administrative duties including the production of timesheets and recording of safety information
To liaise and work with all other trades and apprentices as required
To understand and comply with Company policies and procedures
To comply with all Health and Safety policies and procedures
To attend and fully participate in regular training and reviews with mentor and line manager
To undertake additional duties in line with capabilities as required
Hours of work - 40 hours per week, Monday to Friday, 8am - 5pm. Note that at times there can be long hours with early mornings and late nights. Lots of the work will be outdoors in all weather.
Qualifications & Skills required - A-C grade at Maths and English GCSE. Should have a genuine interest in working in the electrical industry (desirable) and an interest in engineering & technology.
Training via City College Norwich leading to an Advanced Apprenticeship in Electrical Installation/Maintenance Level 3 is built up of a framework consisting of:
City and Guilds (5357) Level 3 Electrical Installation or Maintenance qualification
City & Guilds Level 2 Award in Functional Skills Mathematics
City & Guilds Level 2 Award in Functional Skills English
to be achieved over a 4-year period.
Apply via the web link to the college on line application pages. Close date for applications 4 May.