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Motor Mechanics Apprenticeship
To deliver Ireland’s ultimate Toyota motor retail experience. That's our vision, and since we opened in November 2016, we are well on our way to achieving that vision. Our greenfield, purpose-built premises is a state of the art facility in a convenient, modern retail location. We have invested in all the practical things needed: the best workshop equipment, customer experience focused systems & IT and a comfortable, modern showroom that not only beautifully presents our products, but is also a great place to work. In addition, it’s the care, commitment and knowledge of the team that delivers the ultimate experience to our customers. At Toyota Liffey Valley, we have a vision; a wonderful premises and a great team that we would like you to be a part of. If you share our vision, we would love to hear from you. We have a great opportunity for a **1st Year Apprentice Technician **to join our team. The apprenticeship offered will be for a four-year period and will involve both on the job and off the job training. On successful completion of your apprenticeship, you will receive a FETAC Level 6 Craft Certificate. **REQUIREMENTS WHILE TRAINING** • A positive attitude and a willingness to learn • Will have a full clean driving licence / Or in the process of obtaining a licence • Be able to work to high standards and be highly motivated • A strong team player **MAIN OBJECTIVES AND RESPONSIBILITIES** • To assist in the service and repair of vehicles in accordance with manufacturers’ guidelines. • To maintain a clean, tidy and safe working environment. • To participate in Toyota and Solas training and education programmes as required. Toyota Liffey Valley is an equal opportunities employer. We offer great benefits including gym membership and a great place to work.
**First Year Apprentice Vacancy** Looking for apprentices with good work ethic and willingness to learn to join our busy growing team with sites accross Dublin, we support the development of our apprentices with on the job training and support from our experienced workforce.
M A F Apprenticeship
**First Year Apprentice Vacancy** Micro Hydraulics is a market leader in the Hydraulics industry. Operating from state of the art facilities in Dublin and Cork, the company offers a quick turnaround on a huge range of products. We have an exciting opportunity for an Apprentice to join our Engineering team at our head office in Citywest, Dublin as part of the Generation Apprenticeship scheme which is operated by SOLAS. The apprenticeship involves 4 years of training on and off site. In your role as apprentice you will: • Work on hydraulic systems including design and production of power units. • Off site commissioning of various hydraulic machinery. • Interpret technical drawings and diagrams. • Maintenance and repair of in house machinery. • Post apprenticeship education is available and encouraged. Minimum entry requirements as outlined by Solas. This is a fantastic opportunity for the right candidate to develop in a dynamic and innovative work environment. To register your interest in this position apply to email@example.com
Logistics Associate Apprenticeship
**First Year Apprentice Vacancy** **ATC Computer Transport & Logistics** **Logistics Associate Apprentice ** ATC is a European logistics, white glove, and technical services specialist for data centres. Our focus is on anticipating the critical needs of our clients and delivering industry-leading standards for safety, security and reliability. Since being established in 1979, we have continued to lead our dedicated teams across Europe to build strong relationships with our clients. Our mission is to deliver and install Europe’s data centres with precision and care. We achieve this by focusing on our team and our services: • **Our Team – **Powered by people to keep data centres moving safely and securely. We recognise that our greatest strength is our staff, which is why we promote a culture of personal development and professional training, both internally and from leading industry bodies. • **Our Services – **We provide a range of specialised services tailored to the individual needs and demands of each client, their equipment, and their data centre infrastructure. From managing specialised computer transport, and IT relocation services, to logistics and planning, and data centre commissioning and decommissioning; we adapt our 40+ years of expertise to every situation. ATC operates in a dynamic global market where clients demand a service that is right first time, every time; we are recruiting motivated and driven people to work in a company that is Driving Forward. **This Role** The Logistics Associate Apprentice will work as part of a team which plans and coordinates transport routes across Ireland, the UK and Europe as well as daily manpower allocations in Dublin, London, Frankfurt & Milan. The Logistics Associate Apprentice is linked to the Logistics Associate Apprenticeship run in conjunction with TU Dublin (TUD) and the Freight Transport Association of Ireland (FTAI). This is a 2-year apprenticeship, comprising of a 1-day (per week) release to a 3rd Level institution during normal college semesters, leading to a QQI Level 6 Higher Certificate in Logistics. The successful candidate will be trained to perform administrative tasks efficiently and to a high standard, in accordance with standard operating procedures. After training, the successful candidate will ensure all queries and requests are dealt with promptly and professionally. S/he will be responsible for the preparation of documentation, maintaining files and completing financial transactions. **Role Requirements & Responsibilities** The Logistics Associate Apprentice will rotate through areas and functions of the business in a structured way to develop their skills across the business. Areas of expertise and responsibility will include: • Assisting our Planning Team with daily and weekly activities to ensure effective use of resources. • Ensuring proofs of delivery are activity managed in a timely manner. • Liaising with the Planning control tower and team to ensure service levels are maintained • Liaising with clients, sub-contractors, overseas offices and agents. • Working closely with clients supply chain function to ensure schedules are met and are accurately reported on • Responding to changing customer demands seamlessly • Communicating with customers and understanding customer requirements. **TU Dublin Candidate Eligibility Criteria** Apprentices must be at least 18 years of age and meet one of the following LAA programme entry criteria: • H7/O6 or above in five leaving certificate (or equivalent) subjects. A minimum of grade O6 must be obtained in English. A minimum of grade O6 or a B2 or above in Foundation level must be obtained in mathematics. • Holders of a QQI Level 5 or Level 6 (or equivalent) in cognate areas (e.g. business, logistics and distribution, supply chain management, etc. • Applicants may also be eligible to become apprentices via Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) **ATC Candidate Requirements** Ability to be flexible in respect of work standards and demands. Capable of working under pressure at times and to strict deadlines. Ability to complete tasks. Resilient and able to deal with changing priorities. The successful candidate will be required to possess and demonstrate: • A strong willingness to learn transport planning, document control & record keeping. • A strong willingness to learn logistic accounts and administration aspects such as billing, quotations and invoicing. • By passionate about delivering superior customer service. • Learn how to operate in a fast-paced white glove service provider – serving world class global tech companies. • Be results driven, with a “can-do” attitude. • Display strong written and verbal communication skills. The following qualifications, skills and experience would be an advantage. • A working knowledge of a European language. • Experience of MS SharePoint in a corporate environment. • Academic qualifications in logistics / SCM fields **Compensation & benefits** The Logistics Associate Apprentice role carries a base salary benchmarked against the living wage index and is a two-year fixed term contract. At the successful completion of the contract, including successful completion of the apprenticeship, the candidate is eligible to apply for a permanent position. ATC provides a range of benefits to employees and apprentices: • **Salary – **Benchmarked to the living wage. For apprentices starting in the 2022/23 academic year, the salary is €26,201.50. • **Progression –** In year 3, LAA graduates may apply for a full-time position with competitive industry salary, pension, and other benefits) • **Course fees – **TU Dublin course & registration fees may be reimbursed, subject to exam/academic performance, with 100% reimbursement for the highest grade, and pro-rata if lower grades are achieved. • **Sports & social club – **with regular events taking place throughout the year. • Hybrid working environment Training will be provided for all workplace systems and procedures. A workplace mentor together with the L&D Coordinator will guide the Logistics Associate Apprentice through their work placement and provide input into other relevant aspects of the course and career development.
M A F Apprenticeship
**First Year Apprentice Vacancy** An apprenticeship with Covanta Europe Operations Limited is an exciting chance to earn while you learn a trade that will make you highly employable. ** We positively welcome applications from women. A Leader in Environmental Innovation Building a safer, more sustainable world is no easy task. It’s why we are so dedicated to helping businesses and communities capitalise on the benefits of zero waste-to-landfill, using our revolutionary technology and expertise to recover, recycle and reimagine waste for the benefit of tomorrow. The Dublin Waste to Energy project is a Public Private Partnership (PPP) between Dublin City Council and Covanta, a world leader in sustainable waste management and renewable energy solutions, to build, own and operate a new 600,000 metric tonne per year, 58 net megawatt Energy-from-Waste facility in Dublin. The facility will provide the Dublin region with a long-term sustainable and environmentally superior waste management solution, enabling it to divert post-recycled waste from landfills and become locally self-sufficient in managing waste, consistent with regional, national and EU waste policies. **Apprentice: This role is located in Dublin Ireland and will report to the Mechanical Team Lead. The apprentice Mechanical Fitter will serve as an integral member of the maintenance and engineering team in a energy from waste power plant. The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate a high standard of work, adhere to schedules and be a good communicator with strong interpersonal skills. the successful candidate will also have good self-awareness, creativity, act decisively and be a team player. If successful, the candidate must attend block releases through a number of phases throughout the 4-year apprenticeship program. Key Duties / Responsibilities: • Provide support to the on-site maintenance and engineering personnel in daily routine and non-routine tasks. • Opportunity to provide technical support to various cross functional teams throughout the site. • To undertake and successfully complete suitable college courses throughout the training period, achieving the academic grades and practical skills in order to entitle yearly progression. • To develop the skills to construct or modify equipment from verbal instructions and drawings. • Use of permit to work system and other on-site safety systems to control engineering activities In addition • Observing, learning and understanding a wide range of engineering skills and processes while under the instruction of skilled technical staff. • To be able to demonstrate these skills and processes as the training period progresses by working independently or with a team, to undertake tasks as instructed and increasing overall contribution to the department. • Learning and understanding the importance of Health and safety within the workplace. • To learn how to maintain workshop equipment and to keep it in good repair. • To maintain a logbook over the duration of the apprenticeship period, recording projects that have been undertaken and the skills learned. • To maintain and to ensure general good housekeeping of the workplace and work areas. • To perform any other duties appropriate to the role. Position Requirements: Requirements (Education, Skills) Ordinary-Level Grade D / O6 or higher in the Leaving Certificate (or equivalent) in the following subjects: 1) Irish or English 2) Mathematics 3) Science Subject (Agricultural Science, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Physics & Chemistry) 4) Any 2 other subjects Note: this description is not intended to be all-inclusive or a limitation of the duties of the position. it is intended to describe the general nature of the job that may include other duties as assumed or assigned. The recruitment process will involve a medical assessment.
Electrical Instrumentation Apprenticeship
**First Year Apprentice Vacancy** **Second/Third Year Vacancy** Introduction. The Dublin Waste to Energy project is a Public Private Partnership (PPP) between Dublin City Council and Covanta, a world leader in sustainable waste management and renewable energy solutions, to build, own and operate a new 600,000 metric tonne per year, 58 net megawatt Energy-from-Waste facility in Dublin. The facility will provide the Dublin region with a long-term sustainable and environmentally superior waste management solution, enabling it to divert post-recycled waste from landfills and become locally self-sufficient in managing waste, consistent with regional, national and EU waste policies. Apprentice This role is located in Dublin Ireland and will report to the E&I Manager. The apprentice electrical & instrumentation technician will serve as an integral member of the maintenance and engineering team in a energy from waste power plant. The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate a high standard of work, adhere to schedules and be a good communicator with strong interpersonal skills. the successful candidate will also have good self-awareness, act decisively and be a complete team player. if successful the candidate must attend block releases through a number of phases throughout the 4-year apprenticeship program. This may require attendance to one of the various technical institutions while maintaining and keeping the FAS /SOLAS register up to date. Key Duties / Responsibilities: • Provide support to the on-site maintenance and engineering personnel in daily routine and non-routine tasks. • Operate and maintain electrical systems such as electrical distribution networks, emergency standby equipment, utilities and HVAC • Opportunity to provide technical support to various cross functional teams throughout the site. • Responsible for providing support to all electrical and calibration/instrumentation equipment so they remain operational, • Ensure that all maintenance & calibration duties are carried out in accordance health & safety considerations and site quality standards. • Use of permit to work system and other on-site safety systems to control engineering activities In addition • Use mathematics to solve technical or scientific problems • Install and maintain Refuse cranes, Steam boiler equipment, flue gas treatment plant, air compressors, Hydraulics stations, Water treatment plant, Conveyers, Pumps, Fans, fire alarm systems, CCTV, lightning protection systems • Interpret electrical and electronic schematic diagrams • Work with a variety of specialised hand tools, power tools and equipment • Use mathematics to solve technical or scientific problems • Understanding technical drawings and diagrams • Install various types of wiring and cabling systems • Work on machines and processes • Analyse system faults. Requirements (Education, Skills) Applicants must have achieved at least grade (d)in five leaving certificate subjects, including mathematics, English and preferably one technical/science subject. (Current leaving cert students may apply but offer is subject to successfully pass these subjects. Note: this description is not intended to be all-inclusive or a limitation of the duties of the position. it is intended to describe the general nature of the job that may include other duties as assumed or assigned. The recruitment process will involve a medical assessment.
Heavy Vehicle Mechanics Apprenticeship
**First Year Apprentice Vacancy*** HGV Apprentices Dan Ryan Truck Rental Limited are looking for Apprentice HGV Mechanics to join our team. The ideal candidate will have a passion for vehicles and a strong willingness to learn. Dan Ryan Truck Rental have been in business for over 40 years and operate a fleet of over 850 vehicles, servicing customers in a variety of businesses and industries What are the Requirements? The apprentice will join us for the on-the-job element of their Solas training where they will work alongside our team of master technicians who will provide excellent guidance and expertise. • Full, clean driver’s license (or learner’s permit) is desirable but not essential • Mechanical experience/knowledge is desirable but not essential • Hard working and enthusiastic • Team player with excellent communication skills • Good time management skills with the ability to multi-task Further information on the statutory apprenticeship scheme and minimum entry requirements can be found on the Solas Website - www.solas.ie What are the Responsibilities? • Under supervision learn the skills and be part of a multi-disciplined team that is capable of performing a wide range of engineering activities related to customers vehicles. • Undertaking fault analysis and implement solutions to a wide range of HGV and LCV vehicles in accordance with the manufacturer’s specifications. Service trucks and vans as requested • To quickly develop work practices to ensure compliance with all Management System requirements, including quality, Workplace Health and Safety and environmental management requirements. • Attend Solas apprenticeship training and pass all exams within the 4-year timeframe. What are the Benefits? • Obtain recognised qualification while you earn money • 21 days annual leave • Excellent career progression opportunities • Technical branded training • Competitive salary once qualified If you want to join the motor industry at an exciting time, apply with your CV today!
**First Year Apprentice Vacancy**
M A F Apprenticeship
**First Year Apprentice Vacancy** **JOB DESCRIPTION / RESPONSIBILITIES** • Machine building and mechanical assembly • Machine high quality precision tooling parts according to engineering drawings provided • Interpreting technical assembly drawings and equipment manuals • Dismantling, repair/rework and fitting of new parts when performing maintenance • Installation of production equipment • Condition monitoring using modern maintenance techniques • Report writing of completed repairs • Commisioning machines/equipment on our customers site from time to time (Ireland and abroad) **REQUIREMENTS** • Comfortable to work individually or as part of a team • Great communication skills: Working closely with the assembly supervisor and the project team • Excellent fault-finding and problem solving skills • Working knowledge and skills in assembly and repairs of mechanical systems such as bearings, gears, belts & pulleys etc. • Experience in pneumatics would be an advantage • To be fully competent with a variety workshop machines such as lathes, manual milling machine, surface grinders, etc. • Attention to detail is essential • A passion/strong interest in engineering is essential
Motor Mechanics Apprenticeship
**First Year Apprentice Vacancy** We are currently seeking the right person to take up the role of 1st year motor mechanic, in this role you will grow as main dealer motor technician who will eventually become an High voltage EV technician. the right person must have a genuine interest in the motor trade and full clean drivers licence.