- NAS Reference
- Weekly wage
36.50 per week
- Working Week
Mon-Thurs 8.00am-16:30pm Fri 8.00am-13.00
- Date Posted
- Start Date
- Expected Duration
Now Taking Applications
- Employment Type
Advanced Level Apprenticeship
Description of Opportunity
Operate process equipment or machinery to convert raw materials or semi-finished parts into components or finished parts for a final product at the right time and with the required quality
For more information about this vacancy please contact Jenny Stevenson - EEF Apprentices and Skills (Ref ID: VAC001831744)
Ability to work with minimum supervision
Able to work off own initiative
Ability to work to tight dead lines
Essential – 3 or 5 GCSEs at 9 – 4 / A* - C (5 or above preferred), must include maths, English language, and ideally Science, or equivalent related qualification.
An individual contributor who performs tasks or activities with knowledge acquired on the job
Responsibilities may focus on manual labour or operating machinery in the production environment. Team player
Hardworking and Enthusiastic
Once you have completed your apprenticeship, you will become a qualified CNC setter and machine operator
Part of the ABB Group, ABB in the UK is headquartered in Warrington, Cheshire and employs 3000 people operating from around 20 locations nationwide.
We supply around £1bn of power and automation solutions, products and services annually in the UK to clients in a wide range of market sectors.
Like our global parent, the company in its current form was created in 1988, but our history goes much further back.
ABB’s success over many years has been driven particularly by a strong focus on research and development, through its network of corporate research centers around the world.
The result has been a long track record of innovation. Many of the technologies that underlie our modern society, from high-voltage DC power transmission to a revolutionary approach to ship propulsion, were developed or commercialized by ABB.
Today, ABB stands as the largest supplier of industrial motors and drives, the largest provider of generators to the wind industry, and the largest supplier of power grids worldwide.