- NAS Reference
- Weekly wage
39.00 per week
- Working Week
Monday - Friday 07.30 - 15.48
The role will eventually be on a 3-shift rotational basis.
- Date Posted
- Start Date
- Expected Duration
Now Taking Applications
- Employment Type
Advanced Level Apprenticeship
TOYOTA MOTOR MANUFACTURING (UK) LIMITED
Description of Opportunity
A fantastic opportunity to gain an Apprenticeship and Level 3 qualifications, to become a multi-skilled Maintenance Member.
Whilst at Toyota UK you will undertake practical training to learn about hand tools, welding, machining, electronics, robotics & power systems, spending time in the classroom understanding theory and practical work.
For more information about this vacancy please contact Holly Jones
01332 282 407
email@example.com - BURTON AND SOUTH DERBYSHIRE COLLEGE (Ref ID: VAC001790382)
Able to show us that you can work well as part of a team
Willing to be patient and show outstanding attention to detail
To be eligible to apply you must have or be expecting 4 GCSE at grades C/4 or above (or equivalent) in maths, English and science.
Passionate about practical work and solving problems
Excited about working with the latest high-tech computerised equipment
Willing to study hard on one of the industry's most advance Apprenticeship Schemes
There will be a weekly pay increase after successful completion rising to £650 per week.
You will be employed on a full time permanent contract with Toyota UK from day one. After successful completion of the scheme, your career and development will continue with Toyota UK, with promotion opportunities for those who have an interest in their development and are willing to work hard.
Toyota's decision to establish a manufacturing operation in the UK was announced in 1989 and Toyota Motor Manufacturing (UK) Ltd was established in December that year.
There are two manufacturing plants in the UK, representing a total investment of £2.75 billion and currently over 3,400 members (including Agency) are employed. The vehicle manufacturing plant is located at Burnaston, Derbyshire and engine manufacturing plant in Deeside, North Wales.
Since January 2019 TMUK has been producing the new Corolla, the first model to introduce Toyota’s dual hybrid strategy.
See more at: http://www.toyotauk.com