Engineering is a great career path, often well paid, you will be expected to design and build! Use your creativity to progress within this role and watch your career flourish!
You will be working in a busy engineering workshop, alongside fully trained well-paid tradesmen. You will also be learning from their experience and will be instructed in working safely whilst producing high-quality products, helping to make products by measuring and cutting mild to shape using power saws and guillotines etc. You will be required to assemble products by tack welding and screwed fasteners. Some small bench work will be completed but also large-scale work on much bigger projects will be completed on and off-site.
What is an Engineer?
An Engineer is a person who designs, builds, or maintains engines, machines, or structures.
About Your Employer:
Barrington Engineering has been established since 1995 in Stoke on Trent. They offer a full bespoke and small batch production service for fabrication and engineering including on-site erection, installation and commissioning in the UK and overseas.
- Have the ability to understand and carry out instructions as described by other team members
- Organisation Skills (Able to manage time effectively and prioritise workload accordingly)
- Understand how to deliver right first time approach
- Good communication skills, verbally and written
- Be able to work as part of a team and alone on tasks, while maintaining the high standards for quality and Health and Safety
- Good time keeper and attendance
- Proactive approach to seeking knowledge and a learning attitude
- Ability to work effectively as part of a team
- Flexible, enthusiastic, ‘can-do’ approach to everyday work tasks
- Open to change and new ideas
- Willingness and desire to take responsibility and use own initiative when needed
- Commitment to own personal professional development [willingness to learn]
Applying English & Maths In This Role:
Engineering requires Maths skills regarding things like electrical circuits, computer design for new products etc. Depending what you do in Engineering you will come across different types of Maths.
GCSE Maths and English A*- C or Functional Skills as equivalent (preferred but not essential)
CSCS Card (not essential, but training can be given if needed to achieve this unit)
Engineers create and build, these are such vital skills in the industry and can lead you onto big career prospects! Engineers can be expected to be paid a good wage which often goes up with experience.