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Organisation NameGibbs Gears Precision Engineers
Job TitleEngineering Apprentices
There are 3 posiitons available. Gibbs Gears Precision Engineers is a family owned business. As an Apprentice with Gibbs Gears you are treated as part of the team from day one. You will be working in a safe, clean environment using state of the art equipment.
You will receive high levels of technical training and have an experienced mentor to assist throughout your training. At the end of your Apprenticeship you will have a recognised qualification. Your career/training progression can be extended into HNC and HND qualifications. Progression through the company is possible with past apprentices now working in the Production Engineering Department.
Gibbs Gears apprentices are challenged to become multi-skilled trade people by being regularly rotated around the business, learning to set and operate all the machine plant and tools. You will receive training in the following areas:
-Quality Control – using specialist CMM measuring equipment and conventional measuring equipment
-Grinding – CNC & Manual
-CNC 4 axis Turning
-CNC 5 axis Milling
-Gear cutting – Hobbing, Shaping, Bevel gear on CNC and manual equipment
-Assembly of gear boxes
You will also become responsible for the following activities in the workplace:
-Ensuring housekeeping rules are followed
-Assisting in other areas of the business as required by their supervisor
-Comply with all Health and Safety guidelines
-Continually improve the business with positive thoughts and actions
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