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Apprentice Heavy Vehicle Mechanic

Dublin Bus and Bus ÉireannNationwideApprenticeshipEntry level

Dublin Bus and Bus Éireann Apprentice Recruitment 2020 Apprentice Recruitment Programme 2020 Position: Apprentice Heavy Vehicle Mechanic 2020 - Close Date 31/3/2020 Locations : Athlone, Ballina, Dublin, Cork, Galway, Limerick, Longford, Stranorlar, Thurles, Tralee and Waterford Our recruitment process At Bus Éireann, you'll find our recruitment process friendly, easy to use and designed to ensure quality. Start your application by clicking on the links on this page. We use a number of assessments to predict your suitability for an apprenticeship. This includes online and supervised assessments and an interview. We require satisfactory references from your previous employers and finally a pre-employment medical examination. We are especially welcoming female applicants Ready to come on board? Have you? Reached at least 16 years of age, on or before 1 September 2020 A grade C/ Merit or higher at Ordinary Level in the following subjects in the one sitting of the Junior Certificate - Mathematics, English or Irish, Science* and two other subjects. (Grade D/Achieved or higher in higher level papers is acceptable) *If you have not obtained the required grade in Science, then Art Craft and Design, Home Economics, Materials Technology (Woodwork), Metalwork, Technical Graphics or Technology are acceptable or A grade D/6 or higher at Ordinary Level in the following subjects in the one sitting of the Leaving Certificate - Mathematics, English or Irish, Science Subject* and two other subjects. *Agricultural Science, Applied Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Physics and Chemistry What we can offer you We recruit the best and in return, we offer an excellent and competitive benefits package that is mindful of you and your family. Our apprenticeship positions are open to both male and female candidates. You will be trained to the highest possible technical standards and acquire, amongst many other skills, the ability to maintain the various systems associated with modern public service vehicles. This includes training on the various day to day repairs and preventative maintenance tasks, in addition to vehicle diagnostics/fault finding with some of the most advanced systems of its kind in place. Our apprentices have achieved great success in the National Skills Competition over the years which is testament to the training they have received.An apprenticeship comprises of seven phases, three off-the-job and four on-the job. During all of these phases you are assessed on a structured ongoing basis. On-the-job training takes place with Bus Éireann during Phases 1 – 3 – 5 – 7. Off-the-job training is designated by SOLAS as follows: Phase 2: SOLAS Education and Training Board (ETB) Training Centre in Dublin, Cork or Waterford Phase 4: Department of Education and Skills – Athlone or Dublin IT Phase 6: Department of Education and Skills – Athlone or Dublin IT Benefits Continuing your education with us The Staff Study Scheme is designed to encourage our employees to acquire qualifications & skills which will assist in their personal development and enable them to give a greater contribution in their role and our services to the public. Maintenance Manager - Kevin I grew up around machinery and from an early age decided I wanted to be a mechanic. Bus Éireann had a garage in the centre of town which always impressed me so I applied for an apprenticeship. I was very impressed upon my arrival in the garage, state of the art equipment and a paint shop for body repairs.What I liked most about my time as an apprentice was the variety of work. From mechanical, to prepping buses for painting, to tracing electrical faults, there was always something different and interesting to do! There were also many challenges from carrying out repairs in a time sensitive manner to training and upskilling to meet the demands of new technologies on our buses.I have enjoyed my time and would have no hesitation in recommending Bus Éireann as an employer. There are many opportunities and different paths you can take to further your career. Garage Supervisor - Paul I started as an Apprentice, qualified and progressed to a permanent HV Mechanic position. Over that period of time I received excellent training including a wide range of courses relevant to our industry. I also completed my D (bus) licence training which included advanced driver training.  I was promoted to Garage Supervisor in 2008. I can’t recommend Bus Éireann enough if you are interested in a fulfilling career with plenty of opportunities to educate and progress in the Company.

1 day ago

Graduate Programme 2020

Peter McVerry TrustNationwideGraduateTrainee

Graduate Programme 2020 We are now accepting applications for our Graduate Programme. Benefits Package: 6 week training programme for Graduates accepted on the Programme, mentoring and comprehensive induction and familiarisation with the Services and ethos.   To apply, please download the PMVT application form from https://pmvtrust.ie/about-us/jobs/graduate-programme/ Completed application forms should be sent to recruitment@pmvtrust.ie or to the HR Department, 29 Mountjoy Square, Dublin 1 on or before 24th April 2020. Group Interviews and Panel Interview dates to be confirmed in March. Peter McVerry Trust is an Equal Opportunity Employer Peter McVerry Trust Operations Ltd Registration Number 412953 Charity Number CHY7256 Offices Locations: Head office Peter McVerry Trust 29 Mountjoy Square Dublin 1 D01 C2N4 Telephone:  (01) 823 0776 Office hours:  9:00 am – 5:30 pm Email:  info@pmvtrust.ie Mid West Office Address:  50 O’Connell St, Limerick city Co Limerick V94 C6XR Office hours:  10:00 am – 2:00 pm Telephone:  +353 (0)61 214 882 North East Office 20 St Laurence St, Drogheda Co. Louth A92 FP2N Opening hours:  Drop in service 10am – 12noon Monday- Friday Telephone:  +353 (0)41 9834274

21 days ago

Apprentice Heavy Vehicle Mechanic

Dublin Bus and Bus ÉireannNationwideApprenticeshipEntry level

Dublin Bus and Bus Éireann Apprentice Recruitment 2020 Apprentice Recruitment Programme 2020 Position: Apprentice Heavy Vehicle Mechanic 2020 - Close Date 31/3/2020 Locations : Athlone, Ballina, Dublin, Cork, Galway, Limerick, Longford, Stranorlar, Thurles, Tralee and Waterford Our recruitment process At Bus Éireann, you'll find our recruitment process friendly, easy to use and designed to ensure quality. Start your application by clicking on the links on this page. We use a number of assessments to predict your suitability for an apprenticeship. This includes online and supervised assessments and an interview. We require satisfactory references from your previous employers and finally a pre-employment medical examination. We are especially welcoming female applicants Ready to come on board? Have you? Reached at least 16 years of age, on or before 1 September 2020 A grade C/ Merit or higher at Ordinary Level in the following subjects in the one sitting of the Junior Certificate - Mathematics, English or Irish, Science* and two other subjects. (Grade D/Achieved or higher in higher level papers is acceptable) *If you have not obtained the required grade in Science, then Art Craft and Design, Home Economics, Materials Technology (Woodwork), Metalwork, Technical Graphics or Technology are acceptable or A grade D/6 or higher at Ordinary Level in the following subjects in the one sitting of the Leaving Certificate - Mathematics, English or Irish, Science Subject* and two other subjects. *Agricultural Science, Applied Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Physics and Chemistry What we can offer you We recruit the best and in return, we offer an excellent and competitive benefits package that is mindful of you and your family. Our apprenticeship positions are open to both male and female candidates. You will be trained to the highest possible technical standards and acquire, amongst many other skills, the ability to maintain the various systems associated with modern public service vehicles. This includes training on the various day to day repairs and preventative maintenance tasks, in addition to vehicle diagnostics/fault finding with some of the most advanced systems of its kind in place. Our apprentices have achieved great success in the National Skills Competition over the years which is testament to the training they have received.An apprenticeship comprises of seven phases, three off-the-job and four on-the job. During all of these phases you are assessed on a structured ongoing basis. On-the-job training takes place with Bus Éireann during Phases 1 – 3 – 5 – 7. Off-the-job training is designated by SOLAS as follows: Phase 2: SOLAS Education and Training Board (ETB) Training Centre in Dublin, Cork or Waterford Phase 4: Department of Education and Skills – Athlone or Dublin IT Phase 6: Department of Education and Skills – Athlone or Dublin IT Benefits Continuing your education with us The Staff Study Scheme is designed to encourage our employees to acquire qualifications & skills which will assist in their personal development and enable them to give a greater contribution in their role and our services to the public. Maintenance Manager - Kevin I grew up around machinery and from an early age decided I wanted to be a mechanic. Bus Éireann had a garage in the centre of town which always impressed me so I applied for an apprenticeship. I was very impressed upon my arrival in the garage, state of the art equipment and a paint shop for body repairs.What I liked most about my time as an apprentice was the variety of work. From mechanical, to prepping buses for painting, to tracing electrical faults, there was always something different and interesting to do! There were also many challenges from carrying out repairs in a time sensitive manner to training and upskilling to meet the demands of new technologies on our buses.I have enjoyed my time and would have no hesitation in recommending Bus Éireann as an employer. There are many opportunities and different paths you can take to further your career. Garage Supervisor - Paul I started as an Apprentice, qualified and progressed to a permanent HV Mechanic position. Over that period of time I received excellent training including a wide range of courses relevant to our industry. I also completed my D (bus) licence training which included advanced driver training.  I was promoted to Garage Supervisor in 2008. I can’t recommend Bus Éireann enough if you are interested in a fulfilling career with plenty of opportunities to educate and progress in the Company.

27 days ago
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