Apprentice Engineers Required

Start an Engineering career with Linde Ireland.

We are currently looking for Apprentice Engineers to join our team in the Leinster Area.

Why become an Engineering Apprentice?

Apprenticeships allow individuals to learn a new role through practical, on-the-job training, combined with study for a formal qualification. This can take many forms and here at Linde, we operate an Engineering Apprenticeship Programme.

This 4-year programme follows the Fork Lift Truck Industry Standards and provides our apprentices with the opportunity to work towards a qualification.

After these 4 years, an engineering apprentice will spend an additional period of time completing a number of internal practical assessments, to emerge from this programme, not just as an industry qualified engineer, but a Linde Engineer.

If you have an interest in Robotics or Automation, Linde can help you, we now offer a full range of automated vehicles and equipment. If you are successful in your Apprenticeship application we discuss the possibility of adding an expertise in Robotics & Automation.

All apprentices will be expected to hold a full (manual) driving licence by the time they have completed the apprentice programme.

Do you have what is required to become an Engineer?

Our Apprenticeship Programme

  • The Linde Material Handling (MH) Engineering Apprenticeship Programme helps the business grow our own best-in-class engineers to support our demand for field, workshop, and site-based engineers to meet our customers’ needs.
  • The main purpose of the role is to learn how to become a fully competent Linde engineer by applying learning from college, and demonstrating this knowledge to your mentors and your college assessors to meet the needs of our customers so that we can provide them with the right materials handling solutions.
  • Linde Material Handling is currently looking for an enthusiastic Apprentice Engineer in the Dublin / Leinster area. You need to be passionate about engineering, keen to learn, be motivated to achieve success and want to join a multinational engineering company and be part of the next generation of engineers to start their career.
  • You will need to commit to a four-year training and development programme, before you become a fully qualified Service Engineer and be awarded with a qualification, but you will be supported throughout this time by a dedicated Mentor who will help you develop your skills, who will monitor all of your training through a combination of college training and on-the-job training.
  • During the programme, you will learn to inspect, maintain, service and repair all types of material handling equipment including forklift trucks and warehouse equipment.
  • During your apprenticeship, you will be expected to travel to college.
  • Upon successful completion of your apprenticeship, you will be a fully qualified Linde engineer and be able to start your career with a market leader.

Your Duties And Responsibilities During Your Apprenticeship Include

  • Attending all required training courses (internal & external).
  • Passing all knowledge block training tests at college.
  • Passing all internal assessments showcasing general knowledge of safety, product knowledge and use of diagnostic equipment.
  • Passing all online tests and end point assessments to deadline within two resits.
  • Completing your e-Portfolio on time & to the expected standards agreed by the college.
  • Working closely with the training organisation to achieve your qualification.
  • Working at becoming competent at carrying out preventative maintenance, repairs, and the use of diagnostics on a wide range of Linde products.

Who Are We Looking For?

  • To succeed in the apprenticeship programme, you need to have a passion for engineering and be motivated and committed to demonstrating a willingness to learn.
  • Being an engineer with Linde Material Handling will require you to engage with customers and colleagues on a daily basis, so you will need to have good verbal and listening skills, as well as coming across in a confident manner, with a positive and ‘can do’ attitude.
  • We are looking for you to demonstrate that you take pride in your work, and complete tasks to the highest standard, whilst showing flexibility to adapt to the changing needs of the role.
  • We hope that you will show the desire to be a Linde brand ambassador.

To Be Considered For Our Apprenticeship You Will

  • Be at least 16 years of age.
  • Ideally you would have completed your Junior Cert or equivalent.
  • Any experience within the industry is a plus but not necessary.
  • Need to have an interest in engineering and technology.

What we can Offer?

  • A successful training program opens up endless Engineering possibilities.
  • 20 days annual leave which can increase to 25 days.
  • Overtime opportunities for apprentices aged 18 and over.
  • World class Linde specialised product training.
  • Full forklift driver licence training could be offered during your Apprenticeship.

Please contact Linde via this email address

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