Process Apprentices will work throughout all departments in the company to gain an understanding of photochemical etching. They will learn to make use of specialist equipment and materials whilst operating to health and safety standards. Apprentices will rotate around the business helping to understand their preferred route and areas of expertise.
|Working week||38.75 hours|
|Wage||£10,200 Year 1|
|Expected duration||Process Apprentice months|
Precision Micro are looking for someone with a positive ‘can do’ attitude, eager to learn, good timekeeping and teamwork skills as well as the ability to work on own and make decisions. Our business values are M.I.C.R.O: Meticulousness, Intelligence, Creativity, Resolve, Ownership; we strive to encourage our team members to apply the values.
Precision Micro is supporting the development of a number of next-gen technologies, including but not limited to EV, electrified flight, hydrogen generation, hydrogen vehicles, hydrogen refuelling, self-driving vehicles, clean energy, carbon capture and the business expects such to grow considerably as projects move to commercialisation.
We can offer a stable, friendly work environment. We operate in many markets and so when some sectors struggle we are securely positioned in the market.
The skills we will teach include photochemical etching is a niche process that offers considerable outperformance versus other metal forming processes and it is hoped that our Apprentices become fully conversant in such.