"Traditional Lift Products Ltd has been established since 2000 and has successfully trained many production apprentices during this time. The Company designs, manufactures and installs bespoke lifts for Blue chip UK construction companies and for international clients also. Completed projects include, the lifts and glazed structures for HS1, the lift cabins for Morpheus in Macau, Lion plaza scenic lifts, Heathrow Terminal 2a scenic lifts, explosion proof lifts and structures as Mossmorran, Fife Scotland. More details of our company can be found at www.tradlifts.co.uk"
Key responsibilities for the role:
- Must be able to complete an apprenticeship framework in fabrication
- Fabrication of steel components including cutting, drilling, welding & milling
- Develop knowledge of engineering practices
- Using CAD/CAM systems including Fabrication of steel components using Laser cutting process, CNC folding of steel sections and CNC engraving.
- Assembly of lift cars and lift structures and their mechanical components
- Attend college and ensure all college work is completed on time
- Adhere to all Health and safety requirements
- Attend & work on constructions sites to assist the installation team
Key skills to be successful in your application:
- Qualifications required/predicted - GCSE Maths and English Minimum Grade 4
- Motivated to work and learn
- A team player who can fit in
- Flexibility to develop new skills
- The ability to travel around the country when required
- A good level of communication skills, both verbal and written
Location: Knowlsey/Site Work
Contracted hours: 40.5
Hourly rate of pay: National Minimum Wage
Closing date: 12 July 2021
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