TSO Power Planner – Advanced Apprenticeship(
Power Planner Apprenticeship
Bedford, Birmingham, Edinburgh,Southampton, St Albans
Our purpose is to use the power of communications to make a better world. For each other, for our customers, for society and our communities. We need you to help us do this.
Why this role matters
What you'll be doing
Everything in a telephone exchange needs power, and as a Power Planning Engineer apprentice you will find the space and capacity for new equipment and upgrades to existing telephone exchanges or data centres.
- Create plans for space and capacity for new equipment and upgrades.
- Plan for both AC power and DC power systems.
- Plan the safe installation and replacement of engines and customer equipment in our telephone exchanges.
- Perform site surveys for customers.
You’ll need to use problem solving skills and apply a careful approach to planning to get the job done. Along the way you’ll also have to make sure documentation such as computer-aided design drawings are up to date, and you’ll be trained to use these systems.
Every job is different and you can find yourself in the office or out on site, there’s never a dull day in planning!
We'll also need to see these on your CV
A minimum of five GCSEs (or four GCSEs for the Field Engineers orDesk Engineer apprenticeship) at grades 4 – 9 (C or above) including English Language and Maths.
- For our Power Engineer, Power Planning Engineer and Spares Engineer apprenticeships you’ll also need to achieve, or be predicted to achieve, a Maths GCSE at grade 6 (B or above).
Why choose us?
We value different perspectives, skills and experiences. We’re creating an inclusive working culture where people from all backgrounds can succeed. That’s why we welcome applications from all parts of the community.
You will need to achieve (or have achieved) a minimum of5 GCSE's at grades6 – 9 (GCSEB or above) including English Language and Maths by September 2019.
In addition you will need to have a full driving licence with no more than 6 points and you must be able to recognise a range of colours.