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Instructor - Electrical Apprenticeship

Galway & Roscommon ETBGalway City, County Galway€44,942 - €71,086 per year

Instructor, Electrical Apprenticeship - Immediate Vacancies and Rolling Panel  GRETB are seeking applications from suitably qualified candidates for the post of  Instructor ,  Electrical Apprenticeship , Phase 2 with  immediate vacancies  to be filled in  GRETB Training Centre, Mervue, Galway City.  GRETB are seeking Instructors to deliver professional training for all aspects of the Standards Based Apprenticeship to the prescribed standards and in accordance with the relevant syllabus. Function of Job: To deliver professional training for all aspects of the Standards Based Apprenticeship to the prescribed standards and in accordance with the relevant syllabus. Duties/Responsibilities: ·  Instruct the apprentices in all aspects of the standards based apprenticeship i.e. practical skills, personal skills, relevant maths, science and drawing, related knowledge and hazards, to the prescribed standard and in accordance with the relevant syllabus; · Prepare lesson plans, course notes, presentational material and handouts as appropriate; · Schedule, conduct, correct and mark assessment/tests in accordance with the relevant assessment programmes and carry out associated administrative tasks; · Provide appropriate additional instruction and schedule, conduct, correct and mark repeat assessments in accordance with the prescribed referral procedure; · Maintain prescribed course records; · Supervise apprentices and ensure that correct, quality standards and safety procedures are observed; · Supervise apprentices in respect of their timekeeping, attendance, behaviour and application; · Prepare and issue progress reports to the employer in respect of apprenticeship; · Ensure adequate security of tools, equipment, machines and materials located in the training area; · Ensure that equipment and machines are maintained in accordance with the manufacturers recommended maintenance schedule; · Plan and ensure the timely delivery of all course material and non-capital tools and equipment; · Raise requests for the purchase and supply of course material and non-capital tools and equipment; · Ensure that course materials are used in an economical and cost effective manner; · Use new technology as appropriate to assist in delivering and administering training; · Engage in continuous professional development; · Complete other tasks and assignments as may be prescribed by line managers; · This list is not an exhaustive list and you may be required to take on other task and duties for the proper and effective performance of your role. Essential Requirements: The following are essential requirements for appointment to the post: ·  A National Craft Certificate or equivalent, together with a minimum of three years’ relevant post apprenticeship experience.  Previous training, instructing or teaching experience and a recognised Training Qualification is desirable but not essential; · A high level of knowledge and expertise in the area of Further Education and Training; · Broad Public Sector knowledge relevant to this area of work; · Excellent oral and written communication skills; · Excellent ICT and administration skills; · Willingness to work flexible hours outside of normal office hours; · Full clean driving licence and access to a car. Competencies: All applicants will be assessed across the following areas: · Relevant experience and knowledge of the trade (Electrical) · Teaching/Instructing/Training Experience or Ability · Managing people and resources · Communication skills (which will be assessed through your application and interview) Conditions of Service: Term of Appointment: Two Year Contract Post: This post is a whole-time, pensionable, two year temporary contract. A panel may be formed from which future relevant permanent/temporary posts may be filled. Remuneration: €44,942- €71,086 (including two long service increments). Starting pay will be dependent on an applicant’s post-qualification experience. Incremental credit will be applied based on the number of years post-qualification experience up to a maximum of 5 increments. For example, an applicant taking up a position with 5 years post qualification experience, will start on point 6 of the scale which is €51,252. Salary is not subject to negotiation. Applicants will not enter the salary scale above point 6. Hours of Work: A 35 hour week is in operation, including finishing at 1.30 p.m. on Friday. Hours may be adjusted from time to time under relevant Public Sector Agreements. Annual Leave: The Annual Leave entitlement for this post is 25 days per annum. How to Apply: Completed applications must be submitted via online portal – www.gretb.ie/jobs Closing date 30/04/24 @ 16:00

23 days agoFull-timeTemporary

Various Apprentice Positions

Fermanagh & Omagh District CouncilEnniskillen, Fermanagh£11.79 per hour

Job Title, Post 1: Apprentice - Leisure Attendant Key Purpose of the Post: To assist with the leisure services team within the Omagh Leisure Centre to carry out, as part of a team, a range of duties to provide a high-quality service to users. • Support the customer services team at all times, which includes providing information and guidance to the public. • Ensure all cleaning duties are carried out to the required standard. This will include internal and external areas under the control of the facility. • Record and report incidents, accidents and ‘near misses’. • Assist in the preparation and operation of events and activities including the assembly and dismantling of equipment in a timely and safe manner. • To complete National Pool Lifeguard Qualification within the first 12 months of the apprenticeship. • Any other duties as required by the centre manager. Job Title, Post 2: Apprentice - Community Wellbeing Key Purpose of the Post: To support the community services team, helping to plan and deliver health and wellbeing projects,programmes, events, and activities across the Fermanagh and Omagh district area. • To support the delivery of key health and wellbeing initiatives to encourage participation across the district’s age spectrum. • To assist with the promotion of all service delivery through the use of social media. • Assist the community services team with the development and delivery of intervention programmes as required. • Evening and weekend shifts may be required to meet the needs of the community. Job Title, Post 3: Apprentice - HGV Mechanic Key Purpose of the Post: To work in the vehicle maintenance garage in Killyvilly Depot, Enniskillen providing a range of maintenance services for all the Council’s vehicles, plant, equipment, and machinery. • Assist the Mechanics to carry out work of servicing, repair and maintenance of all the Council owned vehicles and items of plant and equipment including electrical/electronic work on specialist vehicles. • Assist the Mechanics to undertake inspections/servicing/MOT and PSV preparation and repairs to company vehicles, plant and equipment to VOSA Standards in a timely manner as set out by the Lead Mechanic/Fleet Manager. • Diagnosis of faults - electronic, electrical, mechanical or hydraulic. • Maintain service records and update the designated officer. General for all positions: • All apprentices will be supported by a workplace mentor, who will be their first point of contact. They will help in providing the guidance and feedback necessary for the apprentice to thrive in their post. • To ensure full compliance with all Health and Safety at Work legislation in accordance with the Council’s Health and Safety at Work policy and all associated procedures and guidance and to be an advocate for high standards of Health and Safety performance. • To implement the Council’s Human Resources policies and procedures. • To comply with all the Council’s policies and procedures including the Employee Code of Conduct and the Employee and Councillor Working Relationship Protocol. • To promote the Council’s equal opportunities policies and avoid all forms of discrimination as an employer and a service provider. • To implement all Financial and Procurement policies and procedures. • To comply with employee responsibility in relation to all records held, created or used as part of the Council’s business. All records, paper or electronic, are public records and accessible by the general public, with limited exceptions, under the Freedom of Information Act 2000, the Environment Regulations 2004 and the Data Protection Act 1998. • To undertake the duties of the post at all times in a manner that enhances and promotes the positive image of Fermanagh and Omagh District Council The postholder will be expected to be flexible and adaptable to meet the changing needs and requirements of the organisation. The above list should not be seen as an exhaustive list of duties, and the postholder will be expected to undertake other relevant duties, as required. Essential Criteria: Available to commence the apprenticeship programme no later than mid-September 2024. Method of Assessment: Application Form 1) Enrolment on the relevant course at South West College (details below) 2) Meet the entry requirements of the relevant course including GCSE A to D in English and Maths or equivalent Post 1 - Leisure Attendant: Sports, Leisure, or Exercise related course Post 2 - Community Wellbeing: Sports, Leisure, or Exercise related course Post 3 - HGV Mechanic: C&G Level 2 Diploma in Heavy Vehicle Maintenance & Repair Method of Assessment: Application Form Work experience which is relevant for the apprenticeship you are applying for (e.g. Work placement, Saturday job, part-time work, unpaid volunteering) OR Skills which complement the apprenticeship you are applying for Method of Assessment: Application Form and Interview Access to a form of transport to meet the needs of the post Method of Assessment: Application Form Hours of Work: Up to 37 hours per week (includes time spent at course of study) Salary: SCP 3; £22,737 per annum (pro rata); £11.79 per hour. The postholder will be paid monthly into their bank/building society account. Employment of People with Convictions The Councils policy on Employment of People with Convictions; and A Code of Practice is available to all applicants to download under “related documents”. A criminal record will not necessarily be a bar to obtaining a position. Fermanagh and Omagh District Council complies fully with AccessNI’s Code of Practice regarding the correct handling, use, storage retention and disposal of Disclosure Applications and Disclosure information. We also comply fully with our obligations under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and other relevant legislation pertaining to the safe handling, storage, retention and disposal of Disclosure information. Access NI Code of Practice can be obtained from www.accessni.gov.uk. Once the retention period has elapsed, the HR service will ensure that any disclosure information is immediately destroyed by secure means. AccessNI have published a Privacy Notice on the Department of Justice website which can be found at https://www.justice-ni.gov.uk/publications/ani-privacy General: The appointment will be subject to: a) Satisfactory references from two referees (one of which should be from the present or previous employer). b) The terms and conditions of employment of Fermanagh and Omagh District Council. c) A satisfactory receipt of a Basic Access NI Disclosure Certificate (if required). d) A satisfactory standard of attendance, conduct and performance in carrying out the duties of the post. e) The terms of the Northern Ireland Local Government Pension Scheme. f) The satisfactory completion of a probationary period of six months with an interim period of three months. g) The production of evidence of qualifications as listed on the Application Form. h) A medical report by the Council’s Medical Examiner which confirms fitness for employment in the position.

30+ days agoApprenticeship

Apprentice Sales Advisor

Prestige Insurance Holdings LtdAntrim

Do you want to be part of an exciting, growing Company where you are supported to attain your NVQ in Financial Services and have access to a bespoke Training Programme to allow you to develop your career in Financial Services? Why not join Northern Ireland's leading insurance broker who celebrated their 50th business anniversary in 2023.  We have an excellent opportunity to join our AbbeyAutoline Academy as an Apprentice Sales Advisor. On an initial 18 month Apprenticeship contract, you will receive support, training and guidance where you will not only earn while you learn, but also receive practical on the job training that will start your career with Northern Ireland's leading insurance broker.  After completing this initial contract and obtaining your NVQ Level 2, you will become a permanent member of the team and continue on your journey of learning and development by undertaking your Level 3.  Salary increase after 12 months and again upon completion of the Apprenticeship qualifications.  What you'll be doing: ​​​

13 days agoPermanentApprenticeship

Joinery Apprentice

Moore ConcreteBallymena, Antrim

Moore Concrete’s Apprenticeship Programme is an opportunity that we pride ourselves in offering to young students studying all levels of apprenticeships, providing them with the platform to upskill, develop their knowledge and gain relevant work experience alongside their studies. We were finalists in the CIPD NI Best Apprenticeship Scheme Category, which is a great testament to the work and dedication that goes into developing and supporting our apprentices. We have an on-site Apprentice Mentor who is available for unlimited support and guidance, as well as quarterly Apprentice Reviews to grasp a deeper understanding of what our Apprentices have learnt and how else we can accommodate them to help grow their technical ability within their role. We are offering joinery apprenticeships which will combine on-the-job learning with study and put the apprentice on the path to gaining a recognised qualification whilst gaining valuable experience in a busy joinery workshop. The successful candidate will complete in-house training to become a joiner/mould maker as part of our joinery team in the manufacturing of timber moulds for our civil engineering projects. The purpose of the role is to operate as part of a team in accordance with Company standards and targets, adhering to the daily production plan e.g., manufacturing timber moulds, carrying out tasks effectively and meeting the Health, Safety and Quality standardsHours of Work: Hours will be variable between 32 - 48 hours per week as needed. Standard hours of work will be Monday – Friday 06:00 – 15:00 or 07:00 – 16:00 however flexibility to work overtime and/or Saturdays as necessary is essential. Please make HR aware of what day(s) you will require for day release to college. The ideal candidate will have the, following: Working toward a Joinery/Carpentry Qualification Health and Safety awareness: understanding of H&S rules and procedures and adherence. Use skills learnt with further education to being different approaches and outlooks on processes to work more efficiently. Clear communication skills as part of a team, discussing matters and reporting to Supervisor when necessary. Essential Criteria: Studying or applying to study a Joinery/Carpentry Apprenticeship Understanding of Health & Safety Good communication skills and teamwork. Willingness to lean and upskill.

9 days agoApprenticeshipPermanent

Insurance Underwriting Apprenticeship

AvivaBallyconnell, County Cavan

Join the future makers! Keen to learn? Eager to move ahead? You can do both when you’re an Aviva Apprentice. An Apprenticeship in Insurance in Aviva allows you to gain professional qualifications while learning on the job and earning a salary, with our programmes offering the perfect way to launch an exciting new career. We are looking for talented, customer focused individuals who are passionate about moving their career forward. During the 3-year programme you will gain invaluable experience in insurance at one of Ireland’s leading insurers, allowing you to develop your technical expertise as well as professional capabilities. When you join Aviva, you will receive a bespoke induction and will be assigned a business mentor and in house experienced supervisor who will support you throughout the programme. In addition to gaining on the job insurance experience, you will complete the insurance industry professional qualifications APA and CIP as well as a Level 8 Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Insurance Practice (Apprenticeship). If you can commit to a 3-year programme, study at a BA (Hons) level and work at the same time and want to develop a career that has a career path for success then we want to hear from you! At Aviva, we're best known for providing insurance. And there are lots of factors that affect how much it costs. This includes the type of cover being provided, the likelihood of something bad happening, the value of what’s being insured, and the customer’s history of making claims in the past. Our underwriters take all this, and more, into account. They assess whether it’s something we’d be comfortable to insure and, if so, how much we would charge our customer for it. Join us as an Underwriting Apprentice and you'll be learning from some of the most skilled underwriters in the insurance industry. What’s more, you’ll be able to earn a salary while working towards qualifications and enjoy a permanent role from day one. What will I be doing? As Part of your Apprenticeship in Underwriting in our Commercial Property team in our General Insurance Business you will;

4 days agoApprenticeship

Civil Engineering Apprentice

Moore ConcreteBallymena, Antrim

We are currently recruiting Civil Engineering Apprentices to join our growing team. The purpose of this role is to allow students to upskill and develop throughout the business, which will coincide with their studies - benefitting them academically as well. Apprentices are offered a rotation plan, giving them the chance to rotate throughout the company, opening their options to a number of different careers paths (quality, batching, welding, joinery, civil engineering, purchasing etc) – we will work alongside each individual to help cater their needs to grow. Hours of Work: Hours will be variable between 32 - 48 hours per week as needed. Standard hours of work will be Monday – Friday 06:00am – 15:00pm or 08:00am to 17:00pm however flexibility to work overtime and/or Saturdays as necessary is essential. Please make HR aware of what day(s) you will require for day release to college / university. ​​​​​​​Outline Responsibilities: Depending on area within the business, apprentices will be expected to Bring high quality and efficient approach to all processes involved in. Use skills learnt within further education to bring across different approaches and outlooks on processes to work more efficiently – working alongside management to bring these points across. Preparing moulds, pouring concrete, producing all planned products. Ability to read technical drawings. Draw risk assessments and method statements for each department. Drive continuous improvement of the quality systems throughout the company. Ensure compliance throughout all projects in terms of quality standards. Ensuring quality checks are completed on products produced in the factory. Represent the company in a professional manner with clients/potential clients when required. Manage the quality of concrete mix produced by the batching plant. Maintain the batching plant and equipment. Control the supply of concrete mix of both factories and customers. Involvement in projects of varying scale from conception right through to completion. Assess and understanding of project requirements. Undertake design across a number of disciplines. Agree timescales and specifications with clients and managers. Contribute to the formation of design concepts and approaches using CAD software packages and 3D modelling tools. Produce design calculations and drawings and provide input into multi-disciplinary reports and technical proposals. Any other duties as required by your Supervisor/Manager. Essential Criteria: Willingness to learn and upskill Studying or applying to study a Civil Engineering Apprenticeship at college. Understanding of Health & Safety at work. Flexibility in working hours and strong adaptability skills. Good communication and teamwork experience. Willing to clean and maintain working area. An understanding of both written and spoken English Desirable Criteria: Previous work experience in a working environment The ability to read technical/construction drawings Experience with hand / air and power tools CSR Closing date for applications: 30th April 2024 @5pm Moore Concrete is an Investors in People Company and Equal Opportunities Employer

2 days agoApprenticeship
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