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Machinist Manufacturing Apprentice

Teagle Machinery Ltd.
Teagle is looking for the next generation of Engineers to work in their business working with CNC machinery and design.

Teagle Machinery Ltd. - Employer

As one of the largest manufacturers of agricultural implements in the UK, Teagle are constantly developing innovative machinery, principally for livestock farmers located around the world. Teagle achieve a substantial market share in the UK with a number of their products, in addition to exporting their products to over 50 countries in 2017/7. Teagle are well positioned for growth in the future as they continue to strengthen their position as one of the global specialists in the livestock machinery sector.

Teagle Machinery Ltd.

01/09/2018    

4 Years


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Job Summary

80788
£231.00
35.00
Truro
23/01/2018
New Vacancy
Engineering & Manufacturing
Teagle Machinery Ltd.



Detailed Job Description

Teagle is an internationally recognised Agricultural machinery manufacturer. They are looking to take on, and develop two Machinist Manufacturers for their next workforce generation.

Successful candidates will be working alongside industry specialists to learn, and develop skills in an exciting and expanding industry.

Requirements and Prospects

Qualifications required

  • Full UK Driving Licence
  • English and Maths GCSE grade C or above equivalent

Skills required

Understanding of industrial machining

Basic understanding of Health and Safety in an industrial workplace.

Personal Qualities

  • Dedicated
  • Enthusiastic
  • Motivated
  • Passionate

Future prospects

  • Teagle are looking to start the successful apprentices with plans to progress and retain their next generation of internal engineers.
  • Designing and building the internationally known equipment for the Agricultural industry.

Additional Information

Training provided

 Using mathematical techniques, algebraic expressions, formulae and calculation to understand the machining and manufacturing processes such as speeds and feeds, calculating angles/tapers, material removal

 Understanding the structure, properties and characteristics of common materials used in the manufacture of machined components

 Understanding the practical and theoretical uses of the machines used, and their applications.

 Understanding the workholding devices, cutting tools, and setting up procedures, in adequate depth to provide a sound basis for carrying out the activities, correcting faults and ensuring the work output is to the required specification

 Understanding the typical problems that can occur during the machining process and how they can be resolved

 Determine the most efficient and effective approach to machine the component using a range of tools, machining process and techniques

 Complying with statutory, quality, organisational and health and safety regulations while carrying out manufacturing techniques

 Reading and interpreting engineering data: reading and interpreting engineering drawings, specifications and computer generated information in order to determine what has to be produced and to what specification

 Obtaining, checking and using the appropriate documentation (such as job instructions, drawings, quality control documentation)

 Obtaining, checking and using the appropriate materials, tools, equipment and consumables required

 Selecting and setting up the correct tooling and work holding devices

 Setting and adjusting the machine operating parameters to produce the work pieces to the required specification. This will involve setting feeds and speeds for roughing and finishing operations

 Selecting and using a range of measuring and testing equipment to check components are to the required quality and accuracy

 Business improvement techniques: recommending and contributing to the designing and implementation of new or revised manufacturing processes, procedures or ways of working in order to be more efficient and cost effective

 Producing complex and specialist components as a one off test and trial work piece and/or producing components in small or large batches

 Employer tailored skills as required such as undertaking equipment/asset care and/or Preventative Planned Maintenance processes and procedures

Truro and Penwith College - Learning Provider

Find your feet with a traineeship. They’re a great way to help you build your CV. That’s because traineeships help you learn the essential skills that every employer wants. And they’ll set you on the right path to compete for apprenticeships. In short, they’re that vital first stepping stone to getting ahead.

For more information about this vacancy please contact the provider Truro and Penwith College on 01872 242711 or email: kailamd@truro-penwith.ac.uk (Ref ID:80788)
Truro and Penwith College

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