Job Title : Manufacturing Apprentice ྱ – 23 year olds)
Location : Coventry
Starting Salary : £11,000 p.a.
On successful completion of apprenticeship the anticipated salary will be £24,000 per annum dependant on personal achievement overtime.
Purpose: A fantastic new opportunity has been made available to 17-23 years olds to join the London Taxi Company as a Manufacturing Apprentice. Initially the role will involve manufacturing the current iconic London Black Cab, with the potential to move on to building the exciting new hybrid electric vehicle in our new purpose built facility at Ansty.
Closing date: 18th December 2015
07.00 – 16.45, with flexible working whilst on work placement with 3, 4 or 5 day’s dependant on production cycle.
08.00 – 16.45 Monday to Friday during training
As part of our new hybrid programme flexible attendance will be required for periods of time.
Education and Training
The applicant must hold a minimum of 3 GCSE’s at grade C or above in English, Mathematics and a Science subject as a minimum.
The applicant must have:
The ideal candidate will be able to;
The successful candidate with show they are;
The London Taxi Company is a growing business with a clear focus on the future. Apprentices are key to the business development strategy and we are keen to recruit people with our ethos. The successful Apprentice will be developed and offered the opportunity to advance their career.
Potential candidates wishing to apply please visit our Jobs page.
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