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Cook

KFCClonmel, TipperaryApprenticeship

Job Introduction Our restaurants are run by people who know and love the restaurant business. The kitchen is the engine room of our restaurants and our cooks hold the most important role in ensuring that all of our products are made to the same high standards as the Colonel did. Whilst experience in a fast paced kitchen is fantastic, we are always on the lookout for individuals with a passion for people and who love being part of a team. Main Responsibilities We freshly prepare and cook our famous chicken, just as the colonel intended! OUR PRODUCT As a Cook in our Back of House Kitchen you will freshly prepare our famous chicken products. You will be responsible for ensuring our product is Gold Standard and meets our customers expectations… Finger Lickin’ Good! TEAMWORK We team together everyday to allow us to deliver the experience our customers deserve… the very best! Day to day you will support those you work with by making our amazing chicken and bringing our People Promise to life by Being Your Best Self, Making A Difference and Having Fun! CLEANLINESS You will be responsible for ensuring our food preparation and holding areas are kept clean and tidy at all times. It is also really important that we ensure our fryers, fridges and freezers are maintained and cleaned, to allow us to deliver our fantastic products. HEALTH & SAFETY AND FOOD SAFETY It important to us that our restaurants are a safe environment for our team and customers, therefore we expect our teams to adhere to all H&S and FS guidelines, maintaining a safe working environment at all times. OUR SYSTEMS We have many systems in our restaurant that support us to run our business efficiently. At times you will be responsible for reading and interpreting information. As a Back of House TM you will be required to read our cooking systems which tell us the amount of product we should prepare to meet our customers demands. The Ideal Candidate Are you a bright, spirited person who loves to get stuck in, ask questions and support the people around you? Better still, are you energetic, do you like to smile and have fun together, even when things get tough? Loads of different people make KFC what it is today (the most popular chicken restaurant in Britain!) and they all play a huge part in our success from the Managing Director to our cooks. So how KFC are you? We are Customer Maniacs. That means our Customers are Number 1. Whilst Restaurant experience is fantastic, we are always on the lookout for individuals with a passion for people and who love being part of a team. Recognition is not just about rewards and incentives, it is about saying thank you to people for going above and beyond and for always striving to achieve their best. About The Company KFC has over 850 restaurants in the UK and employs over 25,000 people. We are run by passionate teams who want to make a difference in their part of KFC, delivering great sales and profits to the business and keeping our customers thrilled with great service. Just ask anyone who works here. Their happiness is really important to us. Which is why we are excited to have been recognised by the Top Employers Institute as a Top Employer and as a Great Place to Work for the last 6 years. So its official, a job with us is a great one. Why? We think it's because we give our people the support they need to go for the big things they want in life, like a career, studying for exams or fitting a job around raising a family. Package Description Along with the great hourly rate plus a bonus when you lead a shift, we offer genuine career progression. It's not about where you are today, but where you're heading. We give everyone the opportunity to progress in the direction they want to go, with the training to help them do it. We are the first restaurant company to work with City and Guilds to create an Advanced Apprentice scheme. Right now we have over 450 Apprentices in the Advanced Apprenticeship programme and our vision is to grow that to 5,000 by 2016.

21 days ago

Electrical Apprenticeship

St ElectricalDublinApprenticeship

Send your CV and Cover Note to s-tiernan@hotmail.com 1st year apprentice Electricians required for sites in Malahide and LucanSafe pass and manual handling required National Apprenticeship - Occupational Profile Craft Occupation Industry Served Profile of Craft Core Skills Electrical Construction, manufacturing and services industries The electrical craftsperson is concerned with the installation, commissioning, testing and maintenance of: electrical wiring systems and services; electrical plant and control equipment; process monitoring and control systems. Modern process plant includes electrical, electro-mechanical, electropneumatic-, electronic- and microprocessor-based systems. In order to function effectively and efficiently, the electrical craftsperson must have a broad base of technical knowledge complementary to information gathering and analytical skills. The ability to interpret technical data and the proper use of test instruments is critical for effective system maintenance, fault diagnosis and rectification, and the installation/calibration of sensors, transmitting and controlling devices. This craftsperson must maintain effective communications with colleagues, clients and equipment suppliers. Proper maintenance, and updating of job related and equipment-related documentation is critical. All work undertaken by electrical craftspersons is subject to statutory regulations governing the safety of personnel, plant, premises and the environment. At the end of the apprenticeship the craftsperson will be able to demonstrate competence in the following: • Selection, procurement, safe use of, and storage of craft-related tools, equipment and materials • Selection and utilisation of fixing devices • Assessment, interpretation and implementation of ETCI wiring regulations, installation inspection and testing procedures • Utilisation of electrical test instruments • Installation of steel conduit wiring systems • Installation of plastic conduit wiring systems • Installation of steel trunking cable systems • Installation of plastic trunking cable systems • Installation of cable tray and ladder systems • Installation of industrial cable systems • Installation of sub-distribution boards and protective devices • Installation and maintenance of lighting, heating and motive power systems and controls • Installation and testing of overcurrent and earth leakage protection systems • Installation of earthing and bonding systems • Interpretation of circuit schematics and architectural drawings which incorporate IEC symbols • Interpretation of technical data and manufacturing standards • Interpretation of equipment assembly, disassembly and adjustment procedures • Completion and updating of job-related documentation Specialist Skills • System fault analysis skills • Interpretation of electrical/electronic schematic diagrams • Interpretation of flow, function and ladder charts • Soldering and desoldering skills • Testing, removal and replacement of electronic components/PCBs • Installation and programming of PLC systems • Installation and calibration of sensors and transducers • Installation of electro-pneumatic systems • Installation of data communication cable systems • Communications • Customer relations • Adaptability • Ability to work as part of a team • Ability to work independently • Initiative • Problem solving • Planning • Information gathering • Quality • Language • Report Writing NOTE: Integrated curriculum includes maths, science, theory, drawing and computer applications • Installation of wiring systems and equipment in hazardous environments • Assembly and wiring of motor control panels • Installation and maintenance of emergency lighting systems • Installation and maintenance of fire alarm systems • Installation and maintenance of intruder alarm systems • Installation and maintenance of standby power and battery systems • Installation of lightning protection systems • Installation and maintenance of HT transformers and switchgear • Installation of metering systems • Installation of power factor correction systems

4 days ago

Apprenticeships - Electrical & Instrumentation and Mechanical

Eli LillyKinsale, CorkFull-timeApprenticeship

1. Apprentice - Electrical & Instrumentation By making someone else’s life better, you’ll make a real difference in your own. Lilly unites caring with discovery to make life better for people around the world.For more than 139 years Lilly has been committed to bringing life-changing medicines to those who need them, advancing the understanding and management of disease, and supporting communities where we live and work. We’re proud of our heritage, and at our manufacturing site in Kinsale, we value integrity, excellence, and respect for people. Responsibilities Additional Information These are entry level, on-the-job & classroom training based programmes and are therefore ideally aimed towards recent school-leavers. Apply here.

30+ days ago

Hr Generalist

Insight HRKilkennyApprenticeshipGraduate

The Company: Our client is a Kilkenny based company who provide specialised resource and key project staff to our clients as well as plan and design network infrastructure to our clients requirements, delivering fibre-to-the-building (FTTB). Due to expansion and growth, we have an exciting opportunity for a HR Generalist to join our team. Role Summary: The HR Generalist will focus on aligning HR activities with the business by providing a comprehensive, professional and efficient service, offering support, advice and information to the management team. The HR Generalist will provide support to the management team in the areas of employee relations, budgeting for staff costs and other employment-related costs, resource planning, staff recruitment, performance management, analysis and oversight of human resource and company policies and procedures. The HR Generalist will support an overall co-ordinated approach to the development, management, and implementation of HR activities. Key Functions & Results Areas (Key Activities): HR Planning & Strategy: Develop an annual HR strategy. Develop an annual HR budget. Implement the annual HR strategy. Management of the HR Function: Oversee and manage the Head of Resourcing and encourage his/her ongoing development. Oversee the implementation of Human Resources Programmes. Resourcing: Work with the Senior Management team and the Head of Resourcing to build and maintain the manpower plan and co-ordinate overall workforce supply and demand. Develop and implement a graduate development programme. Develop and implement an apprenticeship programme. Ensure job and person specifications are prepared for each vacancy. Place internal and external advertisements on the Company’s webpage, online, on social media and in specialist publications. Develop and maintain the careers section of the Company’s website. Develop and maintain the Company’s brand online as well as on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and other relevant social networking sites. Liaise with recruitment agencies and other recruitment sources as appropriate to maintain a pipeline of talented candidates if the talent is not available through direct sourcing. Screen candidate applications according to job and person specifications. Participate in interviews as and when required. Manage the pre-employment screening process. Co-ordinate all correspondence during the recruitment process. Check references and make job offers. Ensure the smooth operation of the relocation process for international new hires by processing visas and co-ordinating housing and transfer of personal items. Ensure all recruitment documentation is stored in compliance with relevant employment legislation. Develop and maintain a database of potential candidates. New Employee Orientation and ‘On-Boarding’: Issue a contract of employment, staff handbook and relevant company documentation to all new hires. Improve and develop a new employee orientation and ‘on-boarding’ process. Prepare welcome packs for new employees. Co-ordinate the ‘on-boarding’ process for new joiners to ensure that they identify closely with the company and feel welcomed to the organisation. Line Management Support: Update internal documentation to ensure ongoing compliance with Irish, European and International employment legislation. Provide HR guidance and advice to line management on day-to-day HR issues. Act as a point of contact for employee and line management queries. Analyse trends and metrics and provide relevant reports to the Managing Director. Work closely with the Senior Management team and employees to improve working relationships and morale at head office and on client sites. Provide HR policy guidance to the Senior Management Team. Performance Management and Training and Development: Co-ordinate the performance management process on an annual basis. Identify training and development needs and implement an annual training plan for the organisation. Assist in the development of a succession plan for key roles. Identify high potential employees and assist in the preparation of development plans. Plan and co-ordinate training programmes in line with the annual training plan. Compensation and Benefits: Collect market data on the pay and benefits packages which are offered for employees across the industry on an annual basis. Present market data to the senior management team. Make recommendations to the senior management team on compensation and benefits packages. Communication Plan: Develop an annual internal communication and engagement plan. Ongoing maintenance of Company HR Function: Ensure the employee database is up to date and accurate. Prepare monthly reports for the senior management team. Manage probationary periods and ensure relevant documentation is provided to probationary employees. Ensure data is stored in compliance with the GDPR. Person Specification: A strong and confident manner with the ability to provide robust HR advice to the management team. Excellent working knowledge of employment legislation. A proactive and professional attitude which inspires confidence and trust. Excellent writing skills. Excellent time management and organisational skills. Strong attention to detail. Highly proficient in the use of MS Office and HR systems. Competencies Required for this Role: Learning and Development Degree or equivalent in Human Resources, Business or Law. Qualified Member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development 5+ years’ HR experience in a similar role. Candidates with experience in utilities will be at a distinct advantage. Package: The role requires tenacity and drive to deal with an interesting and varied workload. In return, we offer an excellent opportunity for the right candidate to expand their knowledge and progress their career in a fast-growing industry. Salary is negotiable, depending on skill and experience.

13 days ago

Junior Service Engineer

I and M ConsultingDublinFull-timePermanent

Junior Service Engineer (Harbour Mobile Cranes) Reports to: Technical Manager Based at: Dublin ……………………………………………………………………………………… Key words: Apprentice, apprentiship, engineer, junior engineer, mechanical engineer, fitter, plant fitter, HGV Mechanic, Agricultural engineer, apprentiship Job Types: Full-time, Permanent, Apprenticeship

14 days ago

Motor Mechanics Apprenticeship

Donal Murtagh MobilityWestmeathApprenticeship

CV Applications by email only please to donal@dmmobility.ie Craft Occupation: Motor Mechanics Industry Served: The Motor Industry Profile of Craft: The work of a Motor Mechanic involves the servicing, maintenance and fault diagnosis of automobile and light commercial vehicle mechanical and electrical systems, vehicle component removal, installation or repair according to original manufacturers’ specification. At the end of the apprenticeship, the craftsperson will be able to demonstrate competence in the following skills: Servicing Read, interpret and carry out manufacturers’ instructions for all vehicle service, maintenance and repair procedures. Complete a vehicle report form. Fgas Describe the overall aim of Regulation No. 842/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 of May 2006 in relation to the air conditioning systems of automotive vehicles (MACs). List the dangers to personal health and related safety regulations related to the refrigerant gas contained in mobile air conditioning (MAC) systems. Describe the location of possible leaks of refrigerant gas from an automotive air con unit. Engine Diagnose faults, dismantle and reassemble the engine and its ancillary components. Replace timing belts and chains. Use all recommended bolt tightening procedures. Electrical Read and interpret relevant electrical wiring diagrams. Use fault-code reader to interrogate ECU memory and OBD system. Employ a logical and structured fault diagnosis methodology (use of diagnostic flow charts). Measure and interpret quantities of electrical current, voltage and resistance. Diagnose/ resolve faults in starter, charging and lighting circuits. Remove/replace vehicle lighting components. Align headlamps. Fuel/Ignition Diagnose and resolve faults in electronically controlled fuel, ignition and emissions control systems. Evaluate exhaust emission levels with reference to NCT/DoT VTM test requirements. Transmission Diagnose faults in manual transmission units. Remove/refit manual transmission units. Diagnose faults in clutch assemblies. Remove/replace clutch components. Remove/replace driveshaft joints and bearings. Brakes Diagnose mechanical and hydraulic faults in the braking system. Remove/ replace brake components. Employ manufacturers’ recommended service and bleeding procedures. Core Skills (cont’d) Specialist Skills Steering/Suspension Diagnose faults in steering and suspension systems. Remove/replace steering and suspension components. Align suspension and steering geometry. Balance wheels. Repair punctures. Bodywork Remove/replace bodywork components e.g. door locks, windows and regulators. Engine Carry out complete engine overhaul on automobile and light commercial vehicle petrol and diesel engines. Electrical Check operation of, diagnose any faults present, and return to original manufacturers’ specification: standard, multi-voltage and high voltage systems, inter-control module communication systems e.g. CAN, LIN, VAN and MOST networks, multiplex wiring, climate control, cruise control, theft deterrence systems, comfort systems e.g. electric windows and seat/steering adjustment, sunroof, and central locking. Fuel systems Check operation of, diagnose any faults present, and return to original manufacturers’ specification: high pressure petrol injection systems (e.g. GDI and MED-Motronic) and high pressure diesel injection systems (e.g. commonrail). Transmission Check operation of, diagnose any faults present, overhaul and return to original manufacturers’ specification: manual, automatic or hybrid transmission assemblies. Brakes Check operation of, diagnose any faults present, and return to original manufacturers’ specification: ABS and EHB (Electro-Hydraulic Braking) systems. This includes ESP (Electronic Stability Program), TCS (Traction Control System), and ACC (Adaptive Cruise Control) systems. Occupant safety Examine, diagnose any faults present, and return to original manufacturers’ specification: vehicle occupant passive safety systems. This includes airbag, belt tensioner and rollover protection systems. Communication and Information Check operation of, diagnose any faults present, and return to original manufacturers’ specification: In-Car Entertainment systems, telecommunication systems, vehicle information systems e.g. technical monitoring displays and GPS (Global Positioning System). Mobile Air Conditioning (MAC) systems. Discuss and demonstrate best practice for handling of Fgases storage cylinders, the safe recovery and disposal of Fgas. Perform full servicing of an air conditioning system of a motor vehicle to include: leak detection, recovery, vacuum and refill. Common Skills Specialist Skills (cont’d) Servicing Read, interpret and carry out manufacturers’ instructions for all vehicle service, maintenance and repair procedures. Complete a vehicle report form. NCT/DoT VTM Determine the condition of automotive vehicles to NCT/DoT VTM requirements. Engine Diagnose faults and return to original manufacturers’ specification: petrol and diesel engines and their ancillary components. Electrical Read and interpret relevant electrical wiring diagrams. Use fault-code reader to interrogate ECU memory and OBD system. Employ a logical and structured fault diagnosis methodology (use of diagnostic flow charts). Measure and interpret quantities of electrical current, voltage and resistance. Diagnose/ resolve faults in starter, charging and lighting circuits. Remove/replace vehicle lighting components. Align headlamps. Transmission Diagnose faults and return to original manufacturers’ specification: clutch system components, driveshafts and bearings. Brakes Diagnose faults and return to original manufacturers’ specification: brake friction linings. Steering Diagnose faults and return to original manufacturers’ specification: steering linkage and geometry settings. Bodywork Remove/replace bodywork components e.g. door locks, windows and regulators.

4 days ago

Engineering Maintenance Technician

Becton DickinsonDún Laoghaire, DublinApprenticeship

Job Description Summary Job Description BD, also known as Becton Dickinson, provides pen needles for the care of Diabetes patients globally. The plant, based in Dun Laoghaire, runs 24/7 and is the Worldwide Centre of Excellence for Pen Needle Manufacturing within the BD organization, producing 4.6 billion medical devices annually. Here we employ approximately 450 people across Operations, Engineering, Quality and R&D. We are now looking for an Engineering Maintenance Technician to be responsible for the maintenance and reliability of all the plant production equipment. The responsibilities of the Engineering Maintenance Technician are: The desired candidate would possess the following: A strong working knowledge in manufacturing plants, with a proven proactive working way and knowledge of mechanical and automated plant machinery. Ideally work experience of approx. 3 years, with a completed education in a SOLAS apprenticeship in Mechanical Automation and Maintenance Fitting, similar National Craft Certificate or Third Level Qualification. The candidate must have strong IT skills, SAP knowledge is desirable. Exposure to mechanical assembly would be ideal in a pharmaceutical background. You will have excellent communication skills and proven ability of working in a cross-functional team environment. You can look forward to a rewarding career, great benefits package, collaborative working and opportunities to expand your skills in this fast moving, dynamic and agile business. If you’re a team player who is passionate about healthcare and we’ve just described your career aspirations, then please click on the APPLY button. Interested in a career with BD, but this position doesn’t fit your skills and experience? Join our external EMEA Talent Community here: http://bd.tal3nt.community / Primary Work Location IRL Dun Laoghaire - Pottery Road Additional Locations Work Shift

12 days ago

Apprentice technician

pierse motorsGortavalla, TipperaryApprenticeship

Send your CV and Cover Note to kris.fenton@piersemotors.ie Craft Occupation:Motor Mechanics Industry Served: The Motor Industry Profile of Craft: The work of a Motor Mechanic involves the servicing, maintenance and fault diagnosis of automobile and light commercial vehicle mechanical and electrical systems, vehicle component removal, installation or repair according to original manufacturers’ specification. Core Skills At the end of the apprenticeship, the craftsperson will be able to demonstrate competence in the following skills: Servicing Read, interpret and carry out manufacturers’ instructions for all vehicle service, maintenance and repair procedures. Complete a vehicle report form. Fgas Describe the overall aim of Regulation No. 842/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 of May 2006 in relation to the air conditioning systems of automotive vehicles (MACs). List the dangers to personal health and related safety regulations related to the refrigerant gas contained in mobile air conditioning (MAC) systems. Describe the location of possible leaks of refrigerant gas from an automotive air con unit. Engine Diagnose faults, dismantle and reassemble the engine and its ancillary components. Replace timing belts and chains. Use all recommended bolt tightening procedures. Electrical Read and interpret relevant electrical wiring diagrams. Use fault-code reader to interrogate ECU memory and OBD system. Employ a logical and structured fault diagnosis methodology (use of diagnostic flow charts). Measure and interpret quantities of electrical current, voltage and resistance. Diagnose/ resolve faults in starter, charging and lighting circuits. Remove/replace vehicle lighting components. Align headlamps. Fuel/Ignition Diagnose and resolve faults in electronically controlled fuel, ignition and emissions control systems. Evaluate exhaust emission levels with reference to NCT/DoT VTM test requirements. Transmission Diagnose faults in manual transmission units. Remove/refit manual transmission units. Diagnose faults in clutch assemblies. Remove/replace clutch components. Remove/replace driveshaft joints and bearings. Brakes Diagnose mechanical and hydraulic faults in the braking system. Remove/ replace brake components. Employ manufacturers’ recommended service and bleeding procedures. Core Skills (cont’d) Specialist Skills Steering/Suspension Diagnose faults in steering and suspension systems. Remove/replace steering and suspension components. Align suspension and steering geometry. Balance wheels. Repair punctures. Bodywork Remove/replace bodywork components e.g. door locks, windows and regulators. Engine Carry out complete engine overhaul on automobile and light commercial vehicle petrol and diesel engines. Electrical Check operation of, diagnose any faults present, and return to original manufacturers’ specification: standard, multi-voltage and high voltage systems, inter-control module communication systems e.g. CAN, LIN, VAN and MOST networks, multiplex wiring, climate control, cruise control, theft deterrence systems, comfort systems e.g. electric windows and seat/steering adjustment, sunroof, and central locking. Fuel systems Check operation of, diagnose any faults present, and return to original manufacturers’ specification: high pressure petrol injection systems (e.g. GDI and MED-Motronic) and high pressure diesel injection systems (e.g. commonrail). Transmission Check operation of, diagnose any faults present, overhaul and return to original manufacturers’ specification: manual, automatic or hybrid transmission assemblies. Brakes Check operation of, diagnose any faults present, and return to original manufacturers’ specification: ABS and EHB (Electro-Hydraulic Braking) systems. This includes ESP (Electronic Stability Program), TCS (Traction Control System), and ACC (Adaptive Cruise Control) systems. Occupant safety Examine, diagnose any faults present, and return to original manufacturers’ specification: vehicle occupant passive safety systems. This includes airbag, belt tensioner and rollover protection systems. Communication and Information Check operation of, diagnose any faults present, and return to original manufacturers’ specification: In-Car Entertainment systems, telecommunication systems, vehicle information systems e.g. technical monitoring displays and GPS (Global Positioning System). Mobile Air Conditioning (MAC) systems. Discuss and demonstrate best practice for handling of Fgases storage cylinders, the safe recovery and disposal of Fgas. Perform full servicing of an air conditioning system of a motor vehicle to include: leak detection, recovery, vacuum and refill. Common Skills Specialist Skills (cont’d) Servicing Read, interpret and carry out manufacturers’ instructions for all vehicle service, maintenance and repair procedures. Complete a vehicle report form. NCT/DoT VTM Determine the condition of automotive vehicles to NCT/DoT VTM requirements. Engine Diagnose faults and return to original manufacturers’ specification: petrol and diesel engines and their ancillary components. Electrical Read and interpret relevant electrical wiring diagrams. Use fault-code reader to interrogate ECU memory and OBD system. Employ a logical and structured fault diagnosis methodology (use of diagnostic flow charts). Measure and interpret quantities of electrical current, voltage and resistance. Diagnose/ resolve faults in starter, charging and lighting circuits. Remove/replace vehicle lighting components. Align headlamps. Transmission Diagnose faults and return to original manufacturers’ specification: clutch system components, driveshafts and bearings. Brakes Diagnose faults and return to original manufacturers’ specification: brake friction linings. Steering Diagnose faults and return to original manufacturers’ specification: steering linkage and geometry settings. Bodywork Remove/replace bodywork components e.g. door locks, windows and regulators.

4 days ago

Lift Service Engineer

Accel LiftsDublinFull-timePermanent

EXPERIENCED LIFT SERVICE ENGINEER An excellent Package including - Competitive Salary, Company Vehicle, Phone, Lunch Allowance & Overtime THE COMPANY Based in Dublin 12 - Accel Lifts Limited established in 2000, provides our customers with a full range of installation and maintenance services on their lifts and escalators. Accel is committed to the continuous professional development of all our employees through factory based product specific training, participation in regular FETAC certified safety training and ongoing LEIA and NVQ distance learning courses and career development courses by recognised training consultants and colleges. Accel Lifts continually invest in our people to develop their expertise. THE ROLE Due to continued growth, we currently have a vacancy for an experienced Lift Service Engineer; who must have at least 3/5 years post Lift Apprenticeship experience and an expert technical working knowledge of all types and manufacture of lifts. NVQ and LEIA Qualification/Certification a distinct advantage. Dublin based, this role involves route maintenance, callouts (including working an after hours roster) and planned repairs. The successful candidate must be able to work within an ISO 9001 (Quality) ISO 14001 (Environmental) OHSAS 18001 (Health & Safety) workplace. SKILLS In addition to the relevant qualifications and experience the successful candidate will be;

18 days ago

Apprentice Commercial Vehicle Mechanic

Motor Distributors LimitedDublinApprenticeship

MUTEC, the Municipal and Utilities Truck Equipment Company, currently wish to recruit 3rd and 4th year Apprentice Commercial Vehicle Mechanics to join our team based on the Longmile Road, Dublin 12. MUTEC is an authorised Mercedes-Benz commercial vehicle dealership and aftersales service centre. We are a division of Motor Distributors Limited. Our aftersales service focuses on the maintenance and repair of Mercedes-Benz Commercial Vehicles, Mercedes-Benz buses and coaches, Versalift Aerial Platform Lifts and also operates a CVRT Centre. We are offering successful candidates a 4-year Heavy Vehicle Mechanics apprenticeship in conjunction with SOLAS which involves both on and off the job training. On successful completion of this Heavy Vehicle Mechanics apprenticeship, the apprentice is awarded a QQI Level 6 Advanced Certificate Craft – Heavy Vehicle Mechanics. We are open to receiving applications from Apprentice Mechanics of all years wishing to continue their apprenticeship in Heavy Vehicle Mechanics with us. Further information on the statutory apprenticeship scheme and minimum entry requirements can be found on www.solas.ie. The successful candidate will ideally: If you meet the above criteria and wish to be considered for this position, please submit a cover letter and a Curriculum Vitae.

18 days ago
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