Electrical Instrumentation Apprentice
Rotating day/afternoon shift (Four cycle shift with afternoon shift occurring every fourth week)
7am to 3pm (Monday to Thursday), 7am to 2pm (Fridays)
3pm to 11pm (Monday to Thursday) 2pm to 9pm (Fridays)
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
– Operation and maintenance of a variety of specialised tools and machinery including cranes, dies, presses, milling machines, hand tools, power tools, etc.
– Understanding and analysis of technical drawings and diagrams.
– Responsibility for controlling and adjusting equipment.
– Installing and maintaining instrument and control systems
– Completion of detailed tasks using accuracy and careful handling.
– Working with and learning from an experienced craftspersons.
– Completing written and practical exams during college phases.
– Other duties that may be assigned.
– Must meet all SOLAS entry requirements to register for an apprenticeship.
– English language fluency (written and spoken).
SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES
– Ability to demonstrate good work practices including attendance, timekeeping, tidiness, safety awareness, quality awareness and responsibility.
– Accuracy in mathematics, arithmetic and measuring.
– Proficiency in physics, engineering, technical drawing, metalwork or technology an advantage.
– Ability and competence in building and maintaining good customer relations.
– Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and written.
– Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills.
– Ability to plan and organise effectively.
– Ability to work independently as well as part of a team.
– Overtime will be required at times.
– Overseas/overnight travel may be required at times.
– Must be eligible and willing to work the hours of rotating day/afternoon shifts as specified above.