Design Engineer Apprentice - Traditional Lift Products Ltd - REF: K011

Traditional Lift Products Ltd was established in 2000 and has successfully trained many Apprentices since then. The company designs, manufactures and installs bespoke lifts. These have included for projects such as the Channel Tunnel Rail Link and Heathrow Terminal 5. The company is currently manufacturing lifts for London-based projects.

Key responsibilities for the role:

  • Be able to complete the Technical Engineering framework
  • Attend college and ensure all coursework is completed on time
  • Be willing to develop knowledge of engineering practices
  • Carry out the detailed design of complete lift systems
  • Purchase of all contract materials
  • Supply instructions to the manufacturing department
  • Attend site to support the installations team when required

Key skills to be successful in your application: 

  • GCSEs in Maths and English at GCSE A-C/9-4
  • Have a desire to succeed 
  • Be flexible in working practices
  • Be willing to travel around the country when required 
  • Can communicate efficiently 

Location: Knowsley and sitework
Contracted hours: 40.5
Hourly rate of pay: National Minimum Wage

How to apply: 
1. Download and complete the application form 

2. Return it via email to

Closing date for applications: Thursday 11 July 2019

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