Marine Electrical Trainer MEL (Would suit ex-mil engineer with electronics background)


Marine Electrical Trainer

£30,000 - £31,997


Are you a qualified electrical engineer with experience in electrical systems? Are you in search of an exciting and rewarding opportunity to be able pass on your knowledge and experience to Naval engineers? Gain qualifications whilst playing a vital role in the future of our defence capabilities!

About the company
This company is a trusted partner of the defence community and is tasked with providing Electro-Mechanical Training to Royal Navy recruits at their Gosport based training facility.

Your main tasks will be to provide theoretical and practical Electrical Training to phase two recruits as part of their continuation training. The core subjects that you will be instructing on will be:

  • Electrical/Electronic principals
  • Power and Distribution
  • High Voltage and Low Voltage system
  • Electrical Test Equipment
  • Soldering and Crimping techniques
You will assist in the maintenance and development of the course to ensure top quality instruction at all times. You will also be responsible for coaching and developing students, providing feedback on performance and assessing coursework.

So who are they looking for?
To succeed in this role you will have been directly employed in the Marine Electrical or Electronic engineering environment within the last 5 years. Ideally but not essential would be previous instructional experience in a military electrical and electronic environment. Academically you would hold a minimum of an ONC/BTEC/NVQ Level 3 in a relevant subject matter.

Experience in a training or instructor role is beneficial but not essential. If you do not already hold a Level 4 Teaching Qualification my client will provide accredited training for you upon successful interview.

If you're interested in this role or know of somebody who may be then please get in contact with Paul on 01392 219777 or email your CV to

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