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Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Apprentice

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Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Apprentice

  • Location

    Bristol, England

  • Sector:

    Engineering

  • Job type:

    Permanent

  • Salary::

    Up to £10250 per annum + phone, laptop + 25 days of holidays

  • Contact:

    Pedro Pires

  • Contact email:

    pedro.pires@claremontconsulting.com

  • High Salary:

    10250

  • Low Salary:

    10250

  • Reference:

    RHVACAPP2_1562162925

  • Job Published:

    3 months ago

  • Expiry Date:

    2019-08-02

  • Startdate:

    ASAP

Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Apprentice

25 days of holidays + 8 bank holidays
Mobile phone, laptop and chance to gain company vehicle
Pension matched up to 7%

What you will do in your working day

As an Apprentice Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Engineer you will learn from an experienced Engineer, visiting a variety of client sites putting theory into practice. This could range from small air-conditioning units that manage temperatures in an office, through to large industrial units that cool nuclear power plants, and lots in-between. This will be lots of hands on work, using a variety of tools and working on complex machinery. You will benefit from learning a broad range of mechanical engineering skills to launch your career as an Engineer.

The training you will be getting

The apprenticeship will combine on-the-job work experience, with time at college to achieve a Level 3 Diploma. We are committed to the continuing development of every employee, we encourage and strongly support career progression, with opportunities for promotion within our organization and throughout the Johnson Controls business.

What to expect at the end of your apprenticeship

After your 3 years' apprenticeship you will become an accredited Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Engineer, rolling off your apprenticeship as a graded engineer within Johnson Controls. You will then be a qualified engineer in the world leading building controls organisation, offering you a wide range of opportunities to further develop your career and skill set.

Things to consider

You should have a minimum 4 GCSEs or a Level 2 BTEC in an Engineering or IT related subject. Work authorisation for the UK is essential, as is your ability to pass a criminal backgrounds check. You should also feel comfortable when working at height.