Machine and Equipment Operator (m/f)
All Systems Go!
Set up, retool, operate, check, service – the machines we use in our production processes require complete concentration and reliable operation. You will be working at the human-machine interface to secure a steady flow of materials and to ensure that the quality of the finished products remains high. You will enjoy working with high-tech machines and will inspect everything carefully to ensure smooth ongoing operation.
What we're looking for:
Good manual skills, patience, a keen interest in technology, an eye for the big picture and a sense of responsibility. At school you will have enjoyed science and technology and working in a team. You should have good communication skills and a clear focus on quality.
You will have already completed your general certificate of secondary education or studied metal working at vocational college.
How your apprenticeship is organised (2 years):
- Basic concepts and principles of metal working (9 months)
- Specialist training and intensive preparation for exams
- Individual and group projects to consolidate the learning process
Hi, I'm Steven Nückles. I'll be on hand to support you during your apprenticeship at MEIKO. You will benefit from my decades of experience as a coach and professional instructor. I have already successfully assisted and accompanied hundreds of young people on this major journey into an important new phase of their lives. My goal is to communicate core values, help people develop on a personal level and enjoy the process of working together.
Where can I go from here?
If you are keen to continue after the course, you have lots of choices, including obtaining further qualifications as a technician or industrial mechanic or studying for a Bachelor Professional qualification in the technical arena.
Are you ready to apply for an opening at MEIKO? Go to the applicant information page to discover the best ways of telling us more about yourself.