"Formed over 90 years ago, J J Smith are now recognized as one of the premier suppliers of new and used woodworking machinery in the UK."
Key responsibilities for the role:
- Must be able to complete an apprenticeship framework L3 Engineering Technician at NWTC over 4 years
- Learning mechanical, pneumatic and hydraulic skills
- Learning electrical skills at engineering college and from company engineers
- Occasionally assist company engineers on site throughout the UK
- Check over second hand machinery prior to being despatched from our factory
- Maintenance often involves a requirement to clean machinery so candidates must be prepared to get their hands dirty
- Making sure work areas are kept clean and tidy
Key skills to be successful in your application:
- Enthusiastic and keen to learn new skills
- Inquisitive when facing problems
- Confidence to try to solve problems using own initiative
- Not afraid to ask questions
- Ability to use hand tools correctly and efficiently
- Excellent time keeping and attendance
- 5 GCSE’s at grade 4/C and above including English, Maths and Science
Contracted hours: 40 hours
Hourly rate of pay: At least National Minimum Wage
Closing date: Sunday 11 April 2021
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Also apply via link direct to NWTC as you will need to complete assessments tests with NWTC to be considered.
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