TDK-Lambda UK is a unit of the TDK Corporation a leading global electronics company. TDK-Lambda UK was established in 1959 and is now Britain's largest manufacturer of standard and configurable power supplies. Ilfracombe, in the South West of England, is our European Head Office and Manufacturing centre.
TDK-Lambda is always looking for good people who can make a real contribution to our ongoing success.
We can offer you:
Great Career Opportunities
Commitment to Training
Continuous Improvement Policy
A competitive salary
All the usual benefits associated with a progressive company
If you wish to work for a company renowned for its innovative products then you can email your CV directly to our HR Department or post your CV to:
Ms. Lis Gillingham
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Apprenticeships are a great way for young adults and adult learners to earn a wage while they are training in a real job, gaining relevant work based and academic qualifications and laying the foundation for a successful career. All our Apprenticeships are fully funded by the company.
At TDK-Lambda UK we are always pleased to welcome new Apprentices to our team. We currently have apprentices working and studying in all areas of our organisation from Sales, IT, Purchasing, Accounts and HR to R&D and Mechanical and Electrical engineering departments.
As an apprentice you will:
- work alongside experienced staff
- gain job-specific skills
- earn a wage and get holiday pay
- get time for study related to your role (usually one day a week)
There are 3 levels of Apprenticeships available:
- Intermediate (equivalent to five good GCSE passes)
- Advanced (equivalent to 2 A level passes)
- Higher (Degree level)
You can apply for an apprenticeship if you are:
- 16 or over
- living in England
- not in full-time education
Use the Vacancies tab above to find out more.
Training & Development
TDK-Lambda UK is committed to the development of its current and future workforce.
We will provide you with support while you develop your skills within your new job, including opportunities to attend in-house training sessions and apprenticeship programmes or external courses.
During your induction you will receive a personal development plan that will be reviewed regularly over the first 6 months and then form part of an on-going appraisal process.
As part of your continual professional development you can expect to receive:
- A full company induction
- An on-going training/ development programme
- In-house mentoring
- Regular reviews and development updates
- Free access to internal and external workshops
- Supported Apprenticeship programmes
- Fully funded training opportunities