Our Junior Welder Enrols On Our Apprenticeship Scheme

Marcus Koasha started at Jenks & Cattell Engineering in December 2022 as our Junior Welder, where he has had experienced working on our robotic welding and spot-welding sections of the business. During this time, Marcus has completed robot programming and setting training led by our Senior Weld Technician, Dave.

October marks the start of our Apprenticeship Scheme in partnership with City of Wolverhampton College, and Marcus has been recognised internally as an ideal candidate to enrol on the Engineering Technician apprenticeship. Marcus will be given the opportunity to work in many areas of the business, where we hope he will enhance his skills and strength as he develops further during his 3-year apprenticeship with a 2-day a week day release to attend college.

We would like to take the opportunity to wish him all the best on his learning journey!

Jenks & Cattell Engineering have two more apprenticeship vacancies for Engineering Technician level-3 where the successful candidate will have an in-depth insight into all areas of the engineering, quality and production side of the business; whilst learning. We are holding an apprenticeship open day tomorrow, so if you are interested in applying for this year, please send your CV to Jobs@jcel.co.uk as soon as possible.


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