Level 3 Business Admin Apprentice
Published: Nov 17, 2022
Business Computing and Network Services (BCNS) are looking for a Level 3 Business Administration Apprentice to provide clerical/administrative/financial support under the direction/instruction of senior staff. The individual will work closely with the managing director to create processes and become a pivotal part of the company. They will learn the company’s systems, be the main point of administration, answer phone calls, work with their external team of specialists, book work appointments and assist in the day-to-day running of the office. BCNS have had apprentices with them before, and they are an experienced company that relishes working with individuals to provide them with a future career.
The Apprentice’s Role
The job involves working from instructions but also making decisions involving the use of initiative to help improve current working procedures and create new systems of working to help improve the business further. Problems are referred to a supervisor/manager. Little supervision is necessary beyond the initial training provided by working arrangements and methods. Maintaining a positive and friendly company image by acting as the first point of contact for administration needs, customers, and other interested parties in person, online and via telephone will also be a big part of the role.
The post is predominately office based, with limited requirements for lifting and carrying files, boxes and other general office items.
Concentration is required whilst working in the office environment, and the individual will need to be able to work under a bit of pressure whilst dealing with enquiries and the relevant teams on different matters.
Working Hours: 40 hours per week. The hours are 9:00 am and 5:00 pm Mon-Fri with a 1-hour unpaid lunch break.
Wages: BCNS are happy to offer £6.00 per hour, which exceeds the current apprenticeship wage. This will also be reviewed at 9 months with views to potentially increase further.
Holiday: 20 days holiday entitlement (plus 8 bank holiday days) will be paid each year during the course of your apprenticeship.
Business Computing and Network Services understands that no two organisations are the same. This means no two IT solutions will be the same. That’s why we offer our clients tailor-made technology solutions designed to eliminate technical issues and give you a more reliable IT experience.
We have been in business since 1999, but our experience goes back much further. All the IT engineers at BCNS have spent many years working in businesses, colleges, and other places, which has allowed them to gain a thorough understanding of what is needed in each and every industry. We understand first-hand the issues you face every day, and the systems best suited to your needs.
A full-time job will be offered to the right candidate on completion of their apprenticeship.
The Apprenticeship 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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