Engineering

Our engineering team keeps our production lines running smoothly at our manufacturing sites across the UK. They use their technical skills to continually improve our machinery which enables us to provide our customers with products that range from flowers and fish to bread and burgers.

What our 4-year programme involves

This is a great place to develop your technical skills and learn to become a multi-skilled maintenance engineer in the fast-paced world of food manufacturing.

Learning on-the-job at the heart of the action, you’ll gain a full understanding of Mechanical and Electrical engineering maintenance alongside food safety, compliance and processing procedures. You'll spend time away at college on block release before returning to your manufacturing site to put your learning into practice.

What you’ll study towards

Level 3 Extended Diploma in Food & Drink Engineering Maintenance at Reaseheath College in Cheshire (the UK’s leading land-based college). This is a residential training centre with dedicated facilities and a great campus environment..

What you’ll need

  • To be aged at least 16
  • Achieved or be predicted a GCSE Level 6 (Grade B) in Maths, Level 5 (Grade C) in Science and Level 5 (Grade C) in English

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Michael Davidson

“I like the challenge, learning new things and trying to better myself while creating a career and brighter future.”

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Our benefits

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There are around 250 of us in our supply chain team.

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Every year we launch more than 2,500 new product lines for our customers.

Bread

Our bakery roots go back to 1879 when Alfred Rathbone started baking bread.


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