Graham Engineering based in Nelson are growing rapidly and are looking to recruit at least 10 welders / fabricators, 2 CNC machinists, 4 engineering / welding inspectors, & 1 HSE co-ordinator. These numbers are an underestimate, but they are what they require urgently with more to follow. To find out more, please visit the link below:
Angus Fire at High Bentham is offering fantastic opportunities for anyone looking for a career in engineering. The company has two vacancies for apprentices (an Intermediate Apprenticeship in Engineering – Textile and Weaving and an Advanced Apprenticeship in Electrical and Electronic Engineering) who will be fully trained in a range of engineering skills and gain nationally recognised qualification. Once they have completed their course they will also have the chance to obtain Engineering Technician Status with the World-renowned Institute of Mechanical Engineers.
Angus Fire is a global leader in firefighting technology with a remarkable history in manufacturing fire protection products that can be traced back over 220 years. Angus Fire has continued to innovate using the latest technology to develop high quality, high performance products.
Angus Fire manufactures a range of covered fire hoses and layflat hoses and offers a wide range of foam concentrates and foam Equipment: From portable to mobile and to fixed applications. They deliver improved firefighting performance, meet a wide range of approvals and reduce environmental impact.
Yolandie Moore Global HR Manager said ‘We are delighted to be offering high quality apprenticeships in skilled areas of our business. The wide range of processes and equipment at Angus will ensure that the apprentices will enjoy a varied and interesting apprenticeship with support from our highly experienced engineering team’.
The apprentices will attend a day release course at Keighley College who operate a Centre of Excellence for Engineering and Advanced manufacturing. Chris Stott, Head of Business Engagement at Keighley College said, ‘manufacturing is a fast moving and dynamic area to be working in. An apprenticeship with Angus is a chance to join a first class company with a great tradition and who are also constantly innovating.’
Angus Fire maintains its position at the forefront of fire protection technology through continuous investment in research and development. Its unique combination of technical expertise in rubber and textile technology (fire hose), speciality chemicals (foam concentrates) and engineering design (firefighting equipment) has enabled it to achieve numerous technological ‘firsts’.
Applications for these apprenticeships are available at:
or call; 01535 685 035
Mark Smith at work in the Industrial Excellence Centre
Do you have 5 A-C grades at GCSE? Are you looking for a job with real training and genuine career prospects? Did you know that engineers typically earn between £25,000 and £55,000 a year? Engineering is often carries out in a clean high-tech environment and has a huge range of job roles, from research and design, to testing, manufacturing and sales and support across aerospace, gas, oil, nuclear, automotive and many more. Most engineering employers will support employees through to higher level qualifications such as degrees. Many engineers get to travel the world fitting and maintaining equipment. If this sounds like the job for you call our enquiries team on 01535 685 000 or e mail firstname.lastname@example.org and ask about engineering apprenticeships.