Applied Professional Engineering Programme Degree Apprentice – Control Technical Support Pathway
- Company: JLR
- Location: Multiple Locations
- Closing Date: 30-03-2024
Applied Professional Engineering Programme Degree Apprenticeship – Control Technical Support Pathway
Our Level 6 Applied Professional Engineering Programme Degree Apprenticeship is aimed at those with a passion for learning and innovation.
We’re reimagining the future of automotive, refining the quality of our combustion engines and expanding into electrification. As an Applied Professional Engineering Degree Apprentice, you will become a multi-disciplinary engineer, developing digital technology solutions for modern luxury vehicles that are renowned for their desirability and performance.
Control Technical Support pathway
Control Technical Support Engineers are responsible for the design, installation and commissioning of the buildings and assembly facilities that we use to manufacture future products. Your skillset will ensure that breakdowns are minimised, and issues are rapidly and permanently resolved.
Notably, you will focus on control processes that use sensors as an input while testing, planning, installing, monitoring and maintaining control systems as required. You will also ensure that all instruments used within the engineering labs are calibrated. This is a vital workstream due to the increased quantity of rigs to be installed in the next five years in the engineering labs.
Your Education Provider
As part of your Apprenticeship, you will study for a BEng in Applied Professional Engineering with the University of Warwick.
Over the first three years of your Apprenticeship, you will study a range of modules designed to help you develop the knowledge, skills and behaviours needed to thrive as an engineering professional. A network of apprentice tutors and line managers will regularly review your progress and offer advice to support you in performing at your best.
You will need to have achieved GCSE Maths and English Language at level 5 or higher plus three additional GCSEs at level 5 (C) or higher, to include one STEM subject.
In addition, you will need to have achieved or be on track to achieve A-level Maths at grade B or higher and an additional A-level in Physics, Chemistry, Design & Technology or Engineering at grade C or higher.
Locations: Gaydon, Whitley, Lyons Park, Castle Bromwich, Solihull, Electric Propulsion Manufacturing Centre (EPMC)