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Learning & Development Administration Apprentice Ref: 50022552
Thompson House, Sandy Lane, Newport, Isle of Wight
National Minimum Wage, being £8.21 (aged 25 and over), £7.70 (21 to 24), £6.15 (18 to 20), and £4.35 (Under 18)
Vacancy Reference: 50022552
Closing Date: 30/08/2019
Hours: 37 hours per week
Contract Type: Fixed Term for 2 years
A vacancy has arisen within the Learning & Development Services Administrative Team. As a Learning & Development Administration Apprentice you will be a member of a hardworking, busy team supporting learning programmes provided across the Council, as well as other organisations and members of the public.
You will help to provide a high quality and efficient reception function by dealing with enquiries from service users, greeting visitors, providing hospitality for training events, producing course materials, processing course applications and carrying out other administrative duties to support the team.
Your work will be varied but the essential skills required for this role include: excellent customer service, good communication skills, knowledge of Microsoft Office, and the ability to work in a busy environment.
As part of the apprenticeship you will also undertake a Level 3 NVQ in Business Administration.
For further information or an informal discussion please contact Kevin Apps on the following number, 01983 817280.
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