Job DescriptionWe have an excellent opportunity to work for a long-established company in Southam Repair Tech is a business at the cutting edge of IT hardware repair and service solutions. Due to the success of their current operations they are now seeking to recruit a number of new engineers to join their team.
• Be responsible for the test and repair of several products types (the main focus will be on TV’s, Laptops and Gaming Consoles.
• Update the repair tracking system and manufacturer sites with information on repairs as required.
• Achieve the set targets in all areas of work.
• Be capable of working to local work instructions.
Working WeekMon – Thurs 8am – 4.15pm Fri – 8am – 3pm
Requirements & Prospects
QualificationsA minimum of 5 GCSE’s C and above Including Maths, English and ICT (or equivalents).
- Interest in maintaining computers
- Have a responsible attitude towards the quality your work, eliminating the need for any form of quality inspection
- Most repairs are modular, but component level skills are an advantage
Future ProspectsPermanent opportunity available for the right candidate
The apprenticeship will include:
• Level 2 Functional Skills English and Maths (if applicable).
• Knowledge Module 1 - Networking and Architecture.
• Knowledge Module 2 - Mobile and Operating Systems.
• Knowledge Module 3 - Cloud Services.
• Knowledge Module 4 - Coding and Logic.
• Knowledge Module 5 - Business Processes.
• One vendor certification selected based on your job role and individual capabilities (Typically a Microsoft Technical Associate (MTA) certification).
On completion of the apprenticeship, you will be awarded BCS accredited knowledge modules covering the following topics: Networking and Architecture, Mobile and Operating Systems, Cloud Services, Coding and Logic and Business Processes. You will also receive an industry recognised qualification from Microsoft or CompTIA whilst gaining eligibility to apply to the register of IT Technicians confirming SFIA L3 Professional Competence.
*Knowledge Modules are specified by the British Computer Society (BCS)