Masonite are a growing company, committed to investing in the Door-Stop International site to develop the business plan for the next 5 years.
To ensure that we meet our operational and customer needs we are looking for enthusiastic Apprentice Manufacturing Operators to join our team.
The purpose of the role is to safely produce high quality doors to the agreed specification, whilst studying at the same time for a level 2 Apprenticeship.
GCSE Grades A - D (3 or above) in English and Maths
£6.00 per hour
40 hours per week
Times: 6am-2pm or 2pm – 10pm
Monday - Friday
English and Maths may be used for (but not limited to), measuring materials, stock checking, requesting materials, applying and interpreting design specifications and instructions plus creating/updating daily figures and reporting.
On completion of their initial apprenticeship, apprentices will have the opportunity to remain with the business on a permanent contract, progress onto higher-level qualifications and potentially (based on levels of performance) progress onto our internal leadership development programme.
Our aim is to recruit, develop and retain employees for the long-term success of our business.
Door-Stop International, part of the Masonite Group, are one of the leading manufacturers of interior and exterior doors for residential and architectural use. For over 95 years, we’ve helped make buildings better through innovative doors solutions, a friction-free customer experience, and unmatched service.
Located at Door Stop International, Export Drive, Huthwaite, Nottingham.
Achieve Training, the largest independent training provider in Staffordshire, provide inspirational training and outstanding apprenticeship delivery. An OFSTED 'GOOD' training provider, with over 30 years experience, Achieve Training support over 2,500 people each year to learn new skills, gain qualifications and progress in their careers.
Have you checked you can get travel to the business location? Do you have the required qualifications? and does the rate of pay meets your needs?