Apprentice Boat Engineer Wanted

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Apprentice Boat Engineer Wanted

Overwater Marina near Nantwich, is searching for a Maintenance and Engineering Apprentice to work as part of their busy boat yard engineering team. For the right applicant we're able to offer a great work environment with training in all aspects of narrowboat engineering and painting. Core training activities will be based around engineering with the successful candidate gaining a full engineering apprenticeship. However, the job role will be extremely varied and include: 

  • General engineering (welding and other boat repairs)  
  • Mechanical work (engine servicing, diagnostics and repairs)  
  • Electrical/plumbing/gas training if the candidate is particularly interested 
  • Pressure washing and painting of boat hulls
  • Working as part of a small and friendly team

If you are passionate about learning more about narrowboat engineering and painting and want to work as part of a team on our award winning inland waterways marina then let us know by emailing or call us on 01270 812677

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