Apprentice Fabricator Welder
Roy Jarvis, a qualified mechanical engineer and devout motor-rallying competitor, founded Ralloy Engineering Limited in 1988.
Following training served in all engineering skills with the Vickers Engineering organisation, Roy branched out on his own and began specialising in converting standard cars, from basic shell upwards, to fully built, restored rally specification cars. Though gaining experience on a wide variety of vehicle conversions, Roy developed a particular speciality in the conversion of Ford Escort MkI’s and MkII’s to various levels of rally specification with, over the years, many cars completed to full Group 4 specification and beyond. Roy’s expertise and drive for engineering excellence is the backbone of Ralloy Engineering; the Company now employing three full time engineers, experts in their own right in rally vehicle conversion and fabrication of competition components.
The success of any rally car is highly dependant on the reliability and performance of all of its sub-components and piece parts. Ralloy prepared Escorts have been and continue to be used at the highest levels of competition by some of the fastest exponents of the rally driving art. Over a period of some 20 years involvement in competition at these levels, Ralloy has constantly developed the performance and reliability of every aspect of primarily Escort MkII Group 4 chassis and shell conversions. A spin-off to this fabricated component development, for its own conversions, is Ralloy’s long-term involvement in the production of those same high-quality, tested component parts (mainly fabricated components) to other car preparers, whether private individuals or other specialist companies.Company Link
Day to day duties will include:
- Marking out
Applicants are required to have a minimum of 4 GCSEs (A*-C / 9-4) in Maths, English and Science or equivalent.
- As this vacancy is based in a remote location with no public transport own transport, or access to transport would be beneficial.
- Practically minded
- A genuine interest in engineering
- Good mathematical aptitude.
- To be able to work on your own initiative
- Good communication skills
- To be able to work as part of a team.
Qualifications Gained(upon completion):
Level 3 Metal Fabricator Apprenticeship Standard.
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To be Agreed upon Appointment
Monday - Thursday (8.00am - 17.30pm) Friday (8.00am - 12.00pm)