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Refrigeration And Air Conditioning Apprenticeship

Cork

**First Year Apprentice Vacancy** What you will do: We have an exciting opportunity for a permanent full-time Level 6 Apprentice HVAC Installation & Service Engineer. An apprenticeship with us will see you building new skills, while applying your knowledge to real-world live projects. There will be plenty of opportunities to explore your potential and you’ll enjoy full support from your line manager and a mentor. This is a genuine alternative to university for people who have a passion for engineering and who want to launch their career with us. It is important to note that you are NOT eligible for this apprenticeship vacancy if you hold or are working towards the same or a similar level of qualification or higher. How you will do it: The apprenticeship will combine on-the-job work experience, with time at college to achieve a level 6 qualification. As an Apprentice Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning Engineer (HVAC) you could find yourself working in many different places such as Sports Stadiums, Data centres, Office buildings and many more! You may be responsible for the energy efficiency of the building you work in and be expected to make recommendations to the building owner about how to improve this. This is an excellent opportunity that will provide a start point for a lifelong career within a highly innovative and technical business environment. The successful apprentice will enrol on to the Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Level 6 Apprenticeship. You will attend college on a day release or block release basis depending on your location. If you are required to stay away from home the cost of travel, accommodation and meals will be covered by the company.  What we look for: A minimum of 5 Leaving Certificates or same level qualification at grade O1-O4 or A1-C3 (Ordinary level) in old grading system. Subjects examined must include: Maths & English. Passion to learn and a curiosity about problem solving Self-motivated Good IT skills Ability to work both independently and as a great teammate What you will get: If you are successful we can offer you a company culture that promotes work life balance, a commitment to continued learning and development, access to mental health support, a fantastic benefits package which includes a competitive salary that will increase as you progress through your apprenticeship, pension, life assurance, employee assistance program, employee referral scheme, discount on Johnson Controls security products, cycle to work, eye care vouchers and holiday purchase. At Johnson Controls, we believe in our apprenticeship program. We believe in developing and investing in our future. We believe in hard work, integrity and are focused on delivering high quality products and services to our customer base. If you are someone who likes to learn from experiences and the team around you, then an apprenticeship at Johnson Controls could be right for you. Next steps: Selections for this role will commence on Spring and applications will be reviewed as they are received. Interviews for the role are expected to be completed in Summer, although we have the right to close the role early should suitable applicants be found in advance of this date.

4 days agoFull-timePermanent

Laboratory Technician Apprenticeship

Mallow, Cork

**First Year Apprentice Vacancy** Location: Lombardstown, Mallow, Co. Cork Job Description Laboratory Apprenticeship L6 Certification of Science – Laboratory Analyst (2-year Level 6) Programme starting in September 2022 Are you looking to kick start a career in science and get an education while gaining practical work experience?! Why not consider the Laboratory Apprenticeship Programme in Dairygold Agri-Business. Dairygold is well placed to facilitate, mentor and nurture new aspiring talent. In partnership with Ibec and Munster Technological University, Dairygold Agri-Business is seeking candidates for the Laboratory Apprenticeship Programme. This is a 2 year program combining on the job learning and off the job learning in our education providers Munster Technological University, Cork . ** Company Info:** The Dairygold Analytical Services Laboratory opened in 1987, and received INAB accreditation in 1989, the first in our industry to do so. We have maintained and expanded this accreditation for almost 30 years and aim to further develop our best in class services. In 1987, we started with proximate analysis in feedstuffs and grain and have quickly extended to a comprehensive range of forage and soil analysis. Recommendations and advisory services can also be offered on the results. In December 2017, after considerable investment, we moved to a state of the art facility and are now equipped to analyse the full range of trace elements, pesticides, residues, toxins, vitamins etc. We chose to undertake this expansion to cater for the growing needs in the agricultural, environmental and consumer industry. https://www.dairygoldagri.ie/services/analytical-services-laboratory/ During the term, the apprentice would work 3 days per week in our high-tech Laboratory, learning on-the-job, while spending 2 contact days per week with our education partner, Munster Technological University Cork . The “blended” learning approach is highly effective for all learning styles and preferences. The programme is designed for those who wish to develop a career in the laboratory environment of the Biopharmaceutical, Pharmaceutical, Chemical Manufacturing, Food and Drink, Medical Devices and Diagnostics, and Analytical Testing Laboratory sectors. Employment in these sectors is forecasted to grow significantly over the next 3-5 years marking this an excellent time to get on-board. **BENEFITS FOR YOU:** • Get a national qualification while working • Gain excellent industry experience and mentoring • Gain excellent career prospects • Work in a friendly, professional environment **ENTRY REQUIREMENTS:** For entry into year 1 of the Level 6 Programme applicants must have the following: • Pass (Grade O6 or better) in five leaving certificate subjects one of which must be maths and one science related subject • 250 CAO points or • Candidates with a Level 6 in a related discipline • Current employee with relevant experience and qualifications • Mature student Before enrolment on the apprenticeship programme the apprentice will attend an industry interview and will be approved and registered by SOLAS – these elements will be facilitated by the company and Project Manager. Ab initio entrants will be considered based on the IOT’s and ETB’s Recognition for Prior Learning (RPL) policies. Completing the Level 6 programme will allow graduates to continue to Level 7 programmes should they wish. Application Process and Timeframes: • Please apply through www.apprentice.ie or www.dairygold.ie/careers • Deadline: 30th of June 2022 COURSE DESCRIPTION The new, industry-led Laboratory Apprenticeships were developed by BioPharmaChem Ireland, an Ibec business sector, along with a strong industry consortium and the Munster Technological University as the lead provider and is suitable for a diverse laboratory environment, for example: Biopharmaceutical, Pharmaceutical, Chemical Manufacturing, Food and Drink, Medical Devices and Diagnostics and Analytical Testing Laboratory sectors. The laboratory apprenticeships are higher certificate and degree programmes that combine paid on the job training with academic study. These programmes are suitable for leaving certificate students, career changers, mature students, those with an equivalent qualification, who have an interest in pursuing a career in science or anyone looking to retrain or upskill in this sector. The laboratory apprenticeship leads to a Level 6 Qualification qualifying you to progress to a Level 7 Ordinary Bachelor of Science Degree as a Laboratory Analyst. The laboratory apprenticeship programme has been developed to support a learning structure of three days in industry and two days in academia. This structure facilitates the continuous learning and hands on work experience undertaken by the apprentice who, with the support of leading professionals and Institutes of Technology, will learn the behaviours and skills - including but not limited to the analysis of samples, equipment preparation, pH checks, titrations, water testing, chromatography and microbiological techniques - necessary for a successful career in a laboratory environment.

6 days agoApprenticeship

Industrial Insulation Apprenticeship

Cork

**First Year Apprentice Vacancy** Apprentice Industrial Insulator Required Secon Construction are a specialist Industrial Insulation and cladding contractor serving the Pharmaceutical, Dairy, Brewing, Food, Process and Construction Industries. We are currently recruiting for Industrial Insulation apprentices nationwide. Are you interested in commencing a career as an apprentice Industrial Insulator? What is Industrial Insulation? The Industrial insulator's job involves measuring, cutting and fitting a variety of insulation materials to pipes, valves, pressure vessels, tanks, ducting, flues or on any hot or cold surfaces for the purpose of thermal insulation, fireproofing or soundproofing. It also involves the cladding of the insulation material with suitable coverings such as sheet metal, aluminium, zinc, stainless steel or other specified coverings and finishes, such as, felt, cement, various rubbers, canvas and foils Metal cladding involves pattern layout and development of sheet metal (mild steel, galvanised mild steel, stainless steel, aluminium and other alloys) up to 1.2 mm and the use of various machines. These patterns would include pipe work, vessels, domed ends, valve and flange boxes, tee pieces, reducers, transformers etc. The patterns are then fabricated by hand and with the aid of machines. They are then joined and assembled using self-securing joints, riveting, fasteners, flanging, swaging and banding suited to the appropriate finishing techniques. Non-metallic finishing may be joined by adhesives, banding or strapping as appropriate. With the onset of new technology, modern cutting and cladding involves the use of CNC machinery. Planning, costing/estimating, quality control and environmental considerations (energy conservation) are areas in which the Industrial Insulating will operate to ensure cost effectiveness throughout the industry. On successful completion of their training, apprentices become recognised craftspeople in Ireland. The apprentices are registered as qualified craftsperson by SOLAS, the Further Education and Training Authority.

11 days agoApprenticeship

Industrial Insulation Apprenticeship

Cork

**First Year Apprentice Vacancy** Apprentice Industrial Insulator’s Required Munster Secon Construction are a specialist Industrial Insulation and cladding contractor serving the Pharmaceutical, Dairy, Brewing, Food, Process and Construction Industries. We are currently recruiting for Industrial Insulation apprentices nationwide. Are you interested in commencing a career as an apprentice Industrial Insulator? What is Industrial Insulation? The Industrial insulator's job involves measuring, cutting and fitting a variety of insulation materials to pipes, valves, pressure vessels, tanks, ducting, flues or on any hot or cold surfaces for the purpose of thermal insulation, fireproofing or soundproofing. It also involves the cladding of the insulation material with suitable coverings such as sheet metal, aluminium, zinc, stainless steel or other specified coverings and finishes, such as, felt, cement, various rubbers, canvas and foils Metal cladding involves pattern layout and development of sheet metal (mild steel, galvanised mild steel, stainless steel, aluminium and other alloys) up to 1.2 mm and the use of various machines. These patterns would include pipe work, vessels, domed ends, valve and flange boxes, tee pieces, reducers, transformers etc. The patterns are then fabricated by hand and with the aid of machines. They are then joined and assembled using self-securing joints, riveting, fasteners, flanging, swaging and banding suited to the appropriate finishing techniques. Non-metallic finishing may be joined by adhesives, banding or strapping as appropriate. With the onset of new technology, modern cutting and cladding involves the use of CNC machinery. Planning, costing/estimating, quality control and environmental considerations (energy conservation) are areas in which the Industrial Insulating will operate to ensure cost effectiveness throughout the industry. On successful completion of their training, apprentices become recognised craftspeople in Ireland. The apprentices are registered as qualified craftsperson by SOLAS, the Further Education and Training Authority.

11 days agoApprenticeship

Heavy Vehicle Mechanics Apprenticeship

Carrigtwohill, Cork

**First Year Apprentice Vacancy**We are a busy international transport company based in Co Cork. We are looking to recruit HGV apprentice mechanics to join our maintenance team and complete a HGV apprenticeship in conjunction with SOLAS. Applicants with or without experience will be considered. Permanent Full time role Duties will include: Servicing and maintenance of a large fleet of artic tractor units Servicing and maintenance of a large and varied fleet of trailers Welding and repair Minor auto-electrical repairs

11 days agoFull-timePermanent

Plumbing Apprenticeship

Ballinluska ElectricalCork

First Year Apprentice Vacancy Working as a plumber, will involve you installing, maintaining and repairing systems of water supply, drainage and central heating in houses and other locations. These systems include hot and cold-water systems, sanitary services, heating systems and pipework and controls for gas supply. You will be required to carry out maintenance and repair work including routine servicing and emergency repairs, which involves finding faults and replacing or repairing damaged parts, carrying out tests and ensuring that the system works properly. You will also work on technologies such as gas fired and oil fired heating systems, under-floor heating, solar, geothermal and biomass heating.

13 days agoApprenticeship

Industrial Insulation Apprenticeship

Mallow, Cork

**First Year Apprentice Vacancy** Ins-Spec Insulation Services Limited specialise in Industrial Insulation and cladding services most of our work is in maintenance and onsite large scale projects, all our work is done with highest standards and together with our suppliers we deliver the most suitable insulation services for our clients requirements. **We are seeking to recruit first year apprentices for a 4 year Industrial Insulation apprenticeship through SOLAS. Applicants must be eligible to undertake the Solas Industrial Insulation Apprenticeship Programme. The apprenticeship will be based in the Cork area.* **Experience/Requirements:** * Must have a valid safe pass and manual handling certs. * Successful applicants must have the ability to commute as applicants will be required to travel to sites throughout the country * Work experience an advantage. * Flexibility and wiliness to learn. * Ability to work as a team player with a high quality of work. * Positive attitude coupled with strong work ethic **Training:** * SOLAS on the job and off the job training via apprenticeship program. * Pay rates will be in line with the SOLAS Apprenticeship Scheme recommendations ******Working hours: 8am - 4:30pm, some weekends required.

30+ days agoApprenticeship

Electronic Security Systems Apprenticeship

Blarney, Cork

**First Year Apprentice Vacancy** A fantastic opportunity for anyone who has interest in the security industry more specifically CCTV, Intruder Alarms and Access Control. You will gain experience working with the best hardware and software manufactures and in a company with a proven track record in delivering on domestic residential to large commercial projects. The role Apprentice requires some knowledge or experience in working with Power tools (i.e power drills). Also knowledge/ experience in IP configurations, Windows (the company uses Windows based systems) / electronics background or interest. Based in Cork, you will be shadowing engineers on site you will support engineers and learn the following areas: Installing all aspects of security systems, to ensure clients’ needs are met. Completing installations to a very high standard. Dealing with in CCTV, Intruder Alarms and Access Control Dealing with in Domestic, Commercial and Industrial Installation Essential Skills: Clean driverslicense Punctual Willingness to learn An interest or understanding in the Security sector Interest in engineering Good communication skills Garda clearance will be required to work in this industry Desired personal qualities: Display verbal and written skills, with common sense Some demonstrable experience of working as part of a team Someone who is excited about technology and engineering and wants to develop a career in the security industry Job Types: Full-time, Apprenticeship Salary: Apprentice rates

30+ days agoFull-timeApprenticeship

Toolmaking Apprenticeship

Cork

**First Year Apprentice Vacancy**

30+ days agoApprenticeship

Motor Mechanics Apprenticeship

Midleton, Cork

**First Year Apprentice Vacancy** Job Title: Apprenticeship Programme: 1st Year Apprentice Reporting to: Service Manager Main Purpose of Job: As part of our on-going growth and the development of our business, we are currently recruiting 1st year Service Apprentices within Motor Mechanics to join our growing team in Abernethy Ford in Midleton. The role: The apprenticeship offered will be for a 4-year period and will involve both on the job and off the job training. On successful completion of your apprenticeship, you will receive a nationally and internationally recognised FETAC Level 6 Craft Certificate. Skills and Competencies required: • Minimum SOLAS entry requirements are essential • Display a keen interest in Motor Vehicles • Ability to work in a team and on own initiative • Interested in working in a fast-paced environment, and the ability to maintain constant attention to detail • Full clean drivers license We at Abernethy Ford are committed to developing our staff, and full training will be provided.

30+ days agoApprenticeship
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