Rotamec have long realised that the best way to get the strongest talent into the industry is grow their own and with school leavers looking at other avenues than University to get into full time employment the apprenticeship programme has become an excellent way to achieve this.
Rotamec has taken it upon themselves to forge close working relationship with the local schools and give them the opportunity to work with a forward thinking company.
Students can initially join Rotamec for work experience then if they become an apprentice, they receive a rounded training programme including day release at the local technical college allowing them to obtain a recognised qualification as well as leaning and earning on the job.
There are generally at least three students working their way through an apprenticeship at Rotamec and achieving a thorough grounding in all aspects of the trade.
Each apprentice is appointed a highly experienced mentor with on average 20 years experience and knowledge behind them in the industry, therefore ensuring that their skills and experience are passed on and the apprentice gets the best they possibly can out of the opportunity he or she has been given.
Rotamec currently have a number of vacancies in various locations, all applicants must be presentable, be willing to work flexible hours, be able to communicate effectively in a customer facing environment and have a full, clean driving license.
Electrical and Mechanical Engineers
The successful candidates will have a broad knowledge of electric motors, gearboxes and pumps. They will have completed a formal apprenticeship to NVQ level or above and have a proven track record within an engineering environment.
A C&G 17th Edition qualification and experience of working with inverters, drives and control systems would be advantageous.
Site Service Engineers
The successful candidates will have experience of field based engineering, have a broad knowledge of electric motors, gearboxes and pumps, and be able to work under pressure on all types of breakdown work. A formal apprenticeship to NVQ level or above is required and experience in both an electrical and a mechanical field would be an advantage.
The successful candidates will have extensive experience in manual milling and turning, the ability to use programmable machines and be able to deliver to tight deadlines and manage workloads efficiently. An NVQ level qualification would be an advantage.
Rotamec run an extensive apprenticeship programme with day release at a local college and are looking for young individuals who have a desire to get into the engineering industry.
All positions come with competitive rates of pay and the opportunity to work within a progressive, expanding company.
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