Engineering Apprentice Trainer
Engineering Apprentice Trainer
Have you trained apprentice automotive engineers?
Could you do this full time?
I am looking to recruit a qualified engineer who can train apprentice engineers within the automotive industry.
You don't need to be a qualified teacher - you just need to be a qualified engineer and have to skills to teach engineering.
This is an opportunity to get out of the day to day stresses and strains of manufacturing - no more automotive clients chasing you for orders, no more arguing your case in production meetings and no more having to negotiate unrealistic timescales.
This will be working in an educational establishment where you can stop and think - you can actually enjoy going to work again. It will be working in a clean, safe, classroom/workshop environment.
Due to expansion, I am looking to recruit a qualified engineer who is able to teach apprentice engineers the fundamentals of engineering.
This will be working for a large educational Academy near to Warwick/ Leamington Spa area.
The academy provides training and assessment for apprenticeships and higher education.
This will be to provide a broad range of engineering subjects which could including
Vehicle Technology level 4 and 5, Vehicle Sensors and Actuators, Vehicle Electrification, work-based projects, Engine and Vehicle Design and Performance.
This will be working up to 37 hours per week (to a maximum of 828 per annum).
The successful candidate will help prepare teaching materials, undertake assessments, keep accurate records, plan learning programmes and teaching sessions, provide feedback to students to enable them to improve and achieve their qualifications, prepare students for assessment (exams, coursework, assignments etc)
The courses are already in place - this is a very well established academy and good at what they do.
Holiday entitlement is 35 days per annum plus 12 statutory days for full time.
You will need a degree, HNC or equivalent qualification in a relevant engineering discipline.
Evidence of formal structured training in engineering e.g. an apprenticeship.
Knowledge of a broad range of engineering subjects.
Note: You do not need to have a teaching certificate (if you have it would obviously be a bonus) but you will need to take the teaching assessment on the job. You will get help with this.
The company want someone who has trained apprentice engineers - or taught engineering to trainees.
This is a great opportunity.
If you feel you are the right person for this role and you have the skills to do the job please click the "apply now" button to progress your application further.
Please send us your most up to date CV and include your current location, your salary expectations and details of your experience relevant to the job to help us progress your application quickly. You are welcome to contact us by telephone to discuss the position once you have sent us your CV.
If successful you will need to be DBS checked as it will be working with young adults.
Apply today - may be no more production meetings!
Rugby Recruitment Services Ltd