Message from Die Maintenance
Working within our Die Maintenance department requires exceptional attention to detail to ensure the quality control measures you develop are transferred to finished vehicle panels. Tooling is used to produce all the external parts seen on a car by the customer and many of the structural internal parts.
Your skills will support the development of the current and future line up of Nissans vehicles including launch of new models, helping to maintain the quality of the finished vehicle and production processes. Breakdown recovery and planned maintenance is part of your daily role.
Working at Nissan can be very rewarding, knowing that the customers world class vehicle experience was in some way influenced by your input and expertise.
This is a 5-year scheme, that’s been specially developed by Nissan in conjunction with a local college which combines theoretical and practical skills.
You will gain valuable insight into all aspects of automotive and manufacturing maintenance. You’ll also acquire the skills and knowledge to work as a member of our team maintaining the production tooling at Nissan, including CNC machining centres for milling, turning, and grinding and welding materials in all disciplines (MIG, TIG, ARC).
You will develop a sound understanding of engineering drawings and will use CAD / CAM software for design and reverse engineering.
In your first year, you’ll complete off-the-job-training full time at college. The remaining 4 years will be spent both on day release at college and full-time in the plant where you will have the opportunity to apply your knowledge whilst building world class experience.
What you’ll need
4 GCSE grades or equivalent, including:
• Mathematics (Grade B/C or 5)
• English Language (Grade A-C or 4)
• Science-based subject (Grade A-C or 4)
• One other subject (Grade A-C or 4)
Your application should include:
we will require certificates and if you are grades are predicted we will request these once you have your exam results
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Closing date for applications: 11.59pm on 29th February 2024
Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, United Kingdom
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