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Tip Top Kitchens - Apprenticeship in Architectural Joinery - Level 2 (Ref: VAC001554557 )

Salary: £156 per weekClosing Date: 19 Jul 2019Hours: 40

Tip Top Kitchens - Bedlington

Based in Bedlington, we revamp and install kitchens throughout the North East.

For many years now we have been transforming old worn out kitchens into luxury built-in kitchens for much less than the price you would expect to pay if starting from scratch. Retaining the existing cabinets, we totally and professionally refurbish every aspect of your old kitchen.

By relocating or adding new units, replacing worktops, kitchen doors, sinks, fronts, handles, cornices, pelmets, décor ends, plinths, even appliances, there is no limit to the choice or design but huge benefits in time and outlay.

Don’t worry if your existing units are not a standard size, we have hundreds and hundreds of combinations of styles, colours and finishes that can be made in any size to fit each individual unit, including metric, imperial and individually made bespoke units.

 

A fantastic opportunity has arisen the right candidate to complete a Level 2 bench Joinery Apprenticeship with a well-established Kitchen Design Company based in Belford.

 

Training to be provided: Level 2 Architectural Joinery Standard

 

Vacancy full description: To support and learn from skilled workers. To achieve a high standard of work within time scales. The skilled workers you will be working alongside will include Joiners, Craftsmen, machinists. Duties will include: Working closely with your manager to learn the trades, be responsible for cleanliness of the areas and properties you are working on, you will learn the handling of tools and equipment correctly and safely. You will learn to read plans, control materials, equipment and tools. You will also learn the bespoke methods used to manufacture timber products for clients. You will be working both on commercial sites and domestic properties

 Skills required: A desire for a career in joinery trade, Good hands on skills, Practical thinker, able to follow instructions, experience of using hand tools would be an advantage, manually dextrous, ability to follow and work to plans, be able to work as part of a team

 Personal qualities: Good team player, enthusiastic, willing to learn, committed to completing the apprenticeship, a good work ethic & hard working, driving license would be desirable

 Qualifications required: GCSE Grade A-C in Maths and English (or equivalent). Functional skills will be undertaken at College by applicants without this qualification.

 Future prospects: ­­­­­­­­­Progression to level 3

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