Come and work with us the “TT Way” which means we do the right thing, bring out the best in each other, achieve more together, champion expertise and get the job done…well! With approximately 4100 colleagues we operate from 21 locations around the world. Building the expertise of our people is critical to the future success of our organisation.
TT Electronics is a global provider of engineered electronics. We collaborate with customers in the transportation, industrial, medical, and aerospace and defence markets, providing them with engineering expertise and support through a global network of specialists and world class facilities. As a responsible employer we encourage all our people to “give something back” by supporting the local communities in which we operate.
Our facility in Bedlington (north of Newcastle upon Tyne) incorporates two divisions; Sensors & Specialist Components and Power Electronics. Sensors & Specialist Components are leaders in high reliability, high performance and engineered electronic components. Power Electronics provide custom solutions for safety critical harsh environment applications, at Bedlington specialising in microcircuit production for the civil aircraft, space, and defence industries.
Employee engagement is centre stage; we’re focussed on our employees and making TT a great place to work. Here at Bedlington we continue to invest and improve the site’s facilities, regularly get involved in fundraising for local charities and activities in our community, have a busy social club and have a group wide focus on ‘Build Expertise’ in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) subjects developing our current employees and encouraging more to join our industry at this exciting time.
As part of our commitment to training and development, we’re pleased to be recruiting an engineering apprenticeship role for a sixth consecutive year at Bedlington.
We have a training vacancy within the Engineering team for an Engineering apprentice. The (up-to) four year apprenticeship is structured to expose the successful candidate to the full range of engineering processes & systems and issues that drive a manufacturing environment. On completion of the apprenticeship there is potential to progress onto a further engineering-related discipline.
The balance of workplace experience, practical coaching, and formal teaching will support the achievement of a nationally recognised Engineering qualification.
The successful candidate must have GCSE’s in Maths, Science and English Language. We’re very interested in people who can demonstrate good practical skills.
The candidate we are looking for will be adaptable, good team player with drive, determination and motivation required to succeed in this competitive environment.