L3 Engineering Maintenance Modern Apprenticeship

Cooke Aquaculture Scotland

Location: Yell and Unst sea sites

Closing date: 31 May 2019

The company: Cooke is a global seafood company with operations in North America, Europe and South America. Our company's success is driven by our dynamic, highly-skilled and innovative management team, supported by dedicated employees who live in coastal communities and contribute to the local area's economy and sense of community.

 

Cooke Aquaculture Scotland is committed to responsible and sustainable production and the delivery of high quality products through a number of accreditations.

 

The role: The apprenticeship will consist of a combination of time spent at college and on the job experience, working alongside our experienced Engineering team. As part of this small team, you will assist your colleagues in carrying out routine maintenance on workboats and barges, identify and repair faults with marine equipment and assist in any other engineering jobs as required, which may include one-off projects.

For more information please visit - http://www.trainshetland.co.uk/vocational_training/types-of-apprentice/engineering1/engineering-maintenance

Apply: If you want to be part of a team, open to fresh ideas, with the opportunity to help energise the corporate brand and profile of one of Scotland's leading Aquaculture Companies, then you should apply.

If you wish to apply for this vacancy, please complete an application form and send it to Train Shetland (do not send directly to Cooke Aquaculture Scotland) forms are available directly from the links below -

Tel: 01595 743743

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Web: www.trainshetland.com/vocational_training/apprentice/how-do-i-apply

 

 
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