Process Engineer (Level 4 Engineering Manufacturing Technician) Apprenticeship

Victoria Avenue, Leeds, LS19 7AW
£18,000.00 annually
08 Jul 2021
24 Jul 2021
Role Type
Apprenticeship, Higher
Start Date
You will be working towards occupational competency and responsibilites including:
  • Identifying scrap causes, and implementing corrective and preventative actions
  • Supporting new product introduction and capital investment projects
  • Collaborating with automation engineers to remove variation and mitigate risks to theproduct
  • Using a process control plan to monitor and react to key variables
  • Using Six Sigma and PFMEA tools to drive continuous improvement
  • Sharing ideas and best practices with peer group, based in other PCC facilities globally
  • Working to improve core and subcontract wax quality
  • Managing the technical audit regime, scoring and schedule on site plus completingweekly audits
  • Identifying and implementing variable cost savings and 6S projects
  • Issuing a plant scrap summary weekly
  • Promoting safe working practices
  • Undertaking any other reasonable duties as required by the Process Control Manager tohelp the Process Control Team succeed

Requirements and prospects

Desired skills

  • An aptitude towards proactive work and a strong interest in engineering
  • Excellent creative problem-solving skills
  • Ability to interact with people at all levels
  • Computer literacy and proficiency with Microsoft Office programs
  • Ability to learn with a strong work ethic
  • Ability to work within a team while supporting and learning from those around you

Personal qualities

  • Takes pride in their approach to work
  • Understands the bigger picture of how their actions impact on the organisation and wider areas
  • Strives to further enhance and improve their work and the workplace delivery
  • Uses their role to positively contribute to the larger team that is AETC
  • Welcomes and takes action on feedback received from others

Desired qualifications

In order to optimisesuccess, candidates will typically have 5 GCSE's at Grade B( Grade 5/6)in the new numerical GCSEgrading system) or above, including Mathematics, English and a Science, Technology or Engineering related subject, plus A-levels in maths and science or90+ credits in an Engineering BTEC at level 3.

Applicants who have completed a level 3 apprenticeship in engineering will highly welcomed.

Future prospects

  • Successful applicants can look forward to the possibility of a full-time position andcareer within a progressive engineering and manufacturing organisation
  • Further training and job specific development is also a possibility
  • Incremental salary rises will be dependent on performance and outcomes

Things to consider

Benefits: Quarterly Cash Bonus Scheme, Extensive range of benefits including Gym MembershipDiscounts, Employee Assistance Programme, Instant Discounts on over 80 high street brands,Cinema Discounts and DC Pension Scheme.

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: