Jig & Tool Design (Engineering Manufacture) Apprentice

Recruiter
Bosch Thermotechnology Ltd
Location
Danesmoor Works, Pilsley Road, S45 9BY
Salary
To be agreed upon appointment
Posted
14 Aug 2019
Closes
31 Aug 2019
Ref
VAC001568561
Specialism
Engineering
Sector
Unspecified
Role Type
Apprenticeship, Higher
Start Date
September
Duration
Permanent
Duties will include:
  • To assist in the Design of jigs, fixtures & manipulators for all current/future production requirements & management of internal/external manufacturing resources
  • Assist in achieving effective production processes through the reduction of process downtime and the elimination of failures through robust and reliable designs
  • Support the reduction of internal quality costs by error proofing the processes through the implementation of DFMA, Poka-yoke and Jidoka methodologies
  • Assist in the creation of production process layouts and ensure that Lean Manufacturing & Ergonomic requirements are considered at design stage
  • Assist in obtaining competitive costs for external manufactured plant
  • Undertake any projects from time to time that may be requested by the Jig & Tool Development Manager, CyP/TEF2, to support business needs


Requirements and prospects

Desired skills

  • Competent Microsoft Office PC user
  • Some experience in 2D & 3D software applications would be an advantage
  • Some experience in practical engineering work would be an advantage
  • Some experience of a manufacturing environment would be an advantage
  • Display a quality focus that pays attention to the details of all tasks & does not second-guess or make assumptions about any situation or data under evaluation


Personal qualities

  • Display a strong work ethic, a safety mindset & personal responsibility in all aspects of the role
  • Display a logical approach to problem solving to identify & rectify the root cause & deliver robust, timely & cost effective solutions
  • Be a team player & clear communicator to ensure effective team interaction & information is clear & concise when presented
  • Demonstrate self-motivation, adaptability & a willingness to learn new skills to suit an ever changing & complex world


Desired qualifications

  • 5-off A* -C/9-4 or equivalent GCSE grades including English, mathematics, Science & Technology or Engineering subject.
  • 2-off A level A* -C/9-4 or equivalent grades in a mathematical based subject & a Science, Technology, Engineering or additional mathematics related subject or 90+ credits in an Engineering BTEC


Future prospects

Further progression into engineering qualifications and employment within the business.

Things to consider

Special Circumstances:

Normal working hours to be worked, however flexibility is required to meet set deadlines. The factory can operate 2-3 shifts and weekends so as a consequence there will sometimes be a need for short term flexibility of working patterns.

Apprentices are paid for their normal working hours and training that's part of their apprenticeship (usually one day per week).For more information please visit: https://www.gov.uk/national-minimum-wage-rates

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