Electrical Engineer Apprentice job

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Electrical Engineer Apprentice
  • Not mentioned
  • Apprenticeships
  • Posted: 5 months ago
  • Glasgow, Glasgow City, United Kingdom
  • 1 vacancies
  • Expires on: 23-12-2020
Job Description

Electrical Engineer Apprenticeship


2021 intake

Naval Ships unit

During an Electrical Engineering Apprenticeship you will gain experience working from wiring diagrams, planned drawings and company procedures to install, terminate and test all electrical equipment in a hi-tech environment.

What Does The Apprenticeship Involve?

This discipline covers a range of skills in the installation of electrical components and systems during ship construction i.e. main distribution boards, fire detection systems, weapon systems, lighting systems, & electrical appliances.  For example, there is approximately 60+ miles of cabling on a Type 26 vessel. Each cable end has to be terminated, tested and set to work.  The electricity generated on a modern ship could easily power a small village

What Qualification Will You Get?

SCQF Level 6 Engineering 

How Will You Be Rewarded?

We offer competitive salaries and a range of employee benefits including, free higher education as well as access to the Company pension and share saving scheme. 

Entry Requirements

5 National 4s to include English, Maths and a Science or Technical Subject or equivalent qualifications

Overview of Business Unit

As an island nation, the UK has a proud history of world-class naval engineering. As part of our UK Maritime Sector, Naval Ships designs, builds and delivers complex warships and combat systems, and you could play a vital role in its future.
Our progression opportunities span from engineering to operations, and supply chain. You could join us and help shape the future of the fleet for a generation to come.

We’ve got great projects for you to work on, like the Royal Navy’s new Type 26 Global Combat Ship – a highly capable and versatile multi-mission warship designed to support anti-submarine warfare, air defence and general purpose operations anywhere on the world’s oceans.
Our combat systems are in operation in more than 20 countries around the world and this technology is vital in providing crew members with the information and capabilities they need to operate effectively, whether protecting the world’s shipping lanes or providing humanitarian relief.

We’re always looking to the future and we are committed to investing in our people to help them realise their career potential in an exciting and vibrant environment, working with the best talent in the industry


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