Universal Wolf is a leading UK manufacturer of complex sheet metal fabrications, partnering with brand leaders in multiple market segments, by demonstrating our ambition, appetite and passion for better.
Universal Wolf’s mission is to be a long term sustainable business, providing stability, security and opportunity to our employees and the wider region. We aim to protect and promote the traditional skills that form the bedrock of the community, and embrace technology to provide a scalable supply chain solution for our customers.
We are looking for our next generation of talent, so we are looking for a high-quality Machining apprentice to launch themselves into their career with Universal Wolf.
Working week: Monday – Thursday 8am – 4.30pm Friday 8am – 3pm
Vacancy full description:
In our Front End manufacturing environment you’ll develop both a practical and academic knowledge of various machines. We’ve designed a 2 year programme providing our apprentices with the opportunity to spend time in various departments within the business including CNC Machines and Press Brakes, providing key underpinning knowledge and skills. You’ll be preparing yourself for your career path taking you through roles within our rapidly growing business.
An underlying interest in Machining. A passion for manufacturing, good mechanical aptitude and good attention to detail.
Great interpersonal skills at all levels
GCSE’s grade C or above in maths and English
The opportunity to work within an environment of continuous learning, achievement and progression because we believe that you should never stop learning and growing.
The chance to join a growing business and be a contributing factor to its success where your achievement will be visible and recognised.
To work throughout the business gaining manufacturing and machining skills while constantly exploring and developing your knowledge.
An unparalleled opportunity to see the results of how making Universal Wolf easier to both work with and within improves things for all involved.
You must be able to travel to our site in Blyth and to Northumberland College.