Published: Apr 21, 2021
This employer is looking for an apprentice to join their sales support administration department. Your role would be to support the sales team in setting up files, producing artwork and managing what the team requires.
The Apprentice’s Role
You role will include, but not limited to:
Working Hours: Your working hours will be Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm, with 30 minutes lunch break per day.
Wages: £4.50 per hour, £168.75 per week, based on 37.5 hours per week. Any overtime above 40 hours per week, will be paid at the appropriate national minimum wage depending on age.
Holiday: 28 days holiday entitlement (including bank holidays) will be paid each year, during the course of your apprenticeship.
With nearly 30 years’ experience, Asquith Group has turned custom fabric label design into an art form. Their bespoke label business is depended on by customers across the UK and Europe. They supply a diverse range of textile branding products including swing tickets (swing tags), bed and mattress labels, stock seals, woven fabric labels and lanyards, self-adhesive labels, printed garment labels, care and composition labels, haberdashery and trimmings.
They have worked with everyone from major high-street brands, to specialist producers, to create great quality labels that are not only practical but enhance each company’s brand.
They pride themselves on their knowledge and experience to make an excellent label that can take pride of place on your product or garment.
This role has recently become available as their previous apprentice has progressed within the organisation. They are therefore looking for a long-term member of staff who can progress through their qualifications and become a valuable asset to the organisation.
The key skills required for this role include:
The key attributes required for this role include:
The qualifications required are GCSE grades in English and Maths, A* to C (9-4), or the equivalent grades.
The Apprenticeship in Level 3 Business Administration consists of:
You will attend monthly sessions as part of your off-the-job training throughout your apprenticeship. Most aspects of your training will be delivered on-site by the employer, where you will gain all the skills, knowledge and experience to assist you in this role. Your duties will vary from day to day, and throughout your on-site learning process you will work closely with experienced members of staff.
You will have regular visits every six to eight weeks from your designated assessor, who will help you and monitor your progress throughout your apprenticeship programme
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