Fitting and Machining Apprenticeship

Mastip Technology Ltd
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Fitting and Machining Apprenticeship

About the Employer

Mō Te Kaitukumahi 

Mastip is leading supplier of innovative hot runner solutions to the global plastic injection moulding industry.  Their solutions support many markets including engineering and industrial, electrical and electronics, packaging, appliances, caps and closures, medical, automotive and optical.

They are a fast paced organisation offering its employees a wide variety of challenges, opportunities, rewards and benefits.  They value innovative thinking, collaborative working styles and customer centric people who enjoy solving problems.

Mastip has a global footprint is across all continents with head office is located in Auckland.

You can check out their website


About the Opportunity  

Mō Te Huarahi  

At the start you will be exposed to all areas of the workshop – being given the opportunity to learn on start of the art technology and gaining an understanding of the products produced.

The skills you will gain over the term of your apprenticeship are:

  • Toolmaking
  • CNC machining
  • Milling and lathes
  • Electrical wiring
  • Component manufacturing
  • Assembly


About You          


If you have a pre-trade qualification that will be an advantage, but ultimately, what this employer is looking is an outstanding attitude toward your work. 

You will have:

  • NCEA level 2 English and  Maths
  • Driver’s license
  • Computer literate
  • Excellent timekeeping and punctuality
  • Have a great attitude and be healthy
  • Ability to work as part of a team
  • Proven ability to take instruction well


Ngā Hāora  

Hours of work will be discussed with you at interview stage. The standard start time, Monday to Friday, is 5.30 am and finish time is 2 pm.


Te Tohu  

New Zealand Certificate in Mechanical Engineering (Trade) (Level 4) with strand in Fitting and Machining.

Graduates of this qualification will be able to:

  • Understand relevant health and safety legislation and workplace safety culture
  • Interpret drawings and specifications and use the appropriate materials, processes, tools and equipment for the task
  • Apply knowledge of relevant engineering principles and practices, and problem solving skills, to perform engineering tasks to industry standards
  • Use effective and efficient processes, principles and quality systems to produce components and provide services in a commercial mechanical engineering environment
  • Communicate effectively within a team and the wider workplace
  • Recognise the limits of their ownability and the importance of working with integrity and maintaining currency in the mechanical engineering field.

Ready to apply?

Date Posted
May 31, 2022
Fitting and Machining