Engineering Trainer x3 (Electronic Engineering; Electrical Installation; Mechanical Engineering)
£Competitive Salary + Benefits
It’s not every day that you can say that the work you do helps to impact society, the Right Way, but that is just one of the unique benefits of securing a role within the MTC, where we are proud to be a Times 100 Best Company.
MTC Training's vision is to develop a training capability that embeds adaptable skills, knowledge and behaviours that future proof UK manufacturing. Aligning technical content identified in MTC's core business to our apprenticeship and commercial offering (engineer upskilling) is at the core of our strategy.
We have an exciting opportunity for three Trainers to be based at our state of the art facility, Oxfordshire Advanced Skills (OAS), at Culham Science Centre near Abingdon.
Reporting to the Programme Delivery Lead, the postholder is required to manage and develop a comprehensive and innovative teaching and learning experience in a variety of practical and theoretical skills within the current apprenticeship trailblazer standards.
You will deliver theoretical knowledge and practical competency elements across your specialist engineering provision; therefore you will need to be familiar with either:
Desirable skills include Electrical control engineering such as PLCs, programming and robotics to include electrical principles, electrical science based subjects or similar industrial based experience.
Desirable skills include Electrical Installation qualifications including 18th edition. Industrial electrical engineering aspects such as motor control and panel wiring or similar industrial based experience.
Desirable skills include maths, mechanical principles, fluid power and milling / turning or similar industrial based experience.
On a day to day, you will deliver high quality technical training to small groups of learners through face-to-face or online learning following nationally recognised qualification. As well as developing technical knowledge and skills you will be instrumental in developing softer skills which are embedded within apprenticeships.
Classroom or industry teaching experience is not essential however you should be comfortable with planning, designing and delivering engineering training programmes. A strong technical background gained within an engineering environment is vital, along with a customer and quality focused.
Our benefits package includes a competitive base salary as well as 25 days annual leave + public holidays. In addition, there is an Employee Assistance Programme, private medical insurance, ability to buy and sell holidays, cycle to work scheme, employee discounts and a fantastic pension scheme.
Due to the nature of our business, all employment is subject to satisfactory references being obtained, attainment of either a SC (Security Check), Disclosure Scotland Criminal Record Check or Foreign Police Check (whichever is applicable depending on duration of UK residency) and, as applicable, a medical assessment. Access to US technical data by employees requires prior Trade Control function approval. Clearance must be carried out against all applicable US export control authorisations.