Various exciting and challenging positions have arisen for Level 3 Apprenticeships in Multi Skilled Engineering (note as this is a MultiSkill apprenticeship you will study and work both electrical and mechanical aspects) around the North East and Yorkshire (Potential employers could be CHoICE - Sunderland; North Tees & Hartlepool Solutions; Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS FT; NHFM Ltd - Northumbria Healthcare; NTW Solutions - Gosforth; QEF - Darlington and QE Gateshead; South Tyneside & Sunderland NHS FT; Harrogate Integrated Facilities; Tees Esk & Wear Valleys).
Main duties of the job
The Apprenticeship Standard you will study for will be the 'Healthcare Engineering Specialist Technician' (HEST).
Support service installations and their maintenance are an essential part of the NHS and form a vital link in Health Care Provision. The precise details of any of the apprenticeship are dependent on a number of factors that may be subject to change at various stages of the training and qualifications already obtained, however, the information below will provide an overview of the envisaged training requirements of the apprenticeship.
The apprentice will attend a College to study for the technical knowledge aspect of the apprenticeship for example one day / evening a week for the first two years and practical basic skills training as a block release for approximately 8 months. Once this has been achieved, the apprentice will then commence training towards their End Point Assessment for their full Apprenticeship Standard, which will take place within the Employing organisation and NYNHSAC.
The apprenticeship will potentially commence during the week commencing 21st August 2023 subject to all necessary funding and employment checks being carried out, including a colour blindness test. Qualifications acceptable on entry are usually a minimum of GCSE at Grade B / 5 in Mathematics and Grade C / 4, or equivalent, in at least 4 other subjects to include a science based subject.
20 March 2023
£12,162 a year pro rata, per annum
South Tyneside and Sunderland NHS Foundation Trust