Exciting opportunity to complete an Apprenticeship in Business Administration. You will provide effective and efficient administration services as part of a varied role. Apply Today!
Spilsby Town Council -The Town Council is responsible for ensuring that money (precept) raised via Council Tax from residents is spent effectively on services and facilities that it is responsible for. To promote the town to encourage tourism and support businesses and industry. The Town Council is also responsible for the Cemetery, Allotments and two wild life areas, which it has to maintain.
Possible Start Date: 12/03/2018
Programme Duration: 16 months
This position is now closed and no additional applications are being taken. If you have any questions please contact the provider who is managing the position.
Exciting opportunity to complete an Apprenticeship while undertaking a Business Administration role assisting the Town Clerk in supporting the Town Council to carry out its functions on a daily basis.
Initially to assist in file management both manual and computer based.
Assist with preparation for meetings including photocopying and information gathering.
Dealing with residents enquiries
Be responsible, after training, for the Cemetery records,
issue of invoices and updating the Cemetery database.
Assisting with updating Town Council Policies.
Arranging training for Councillors.
The role will be supervised and monitored.
As an Apprentice you will be included on a Business Administration Qualification. Your Qualification will be delivered by an Award Winning Training Provider who will support your learning and development throughout your Apprenticeship. This will involve a Regional Trainer coming to visit you on a regular basis to deliver the training and guide you through your Apprenticeship.
GCSE English Grade C or above GSCE Mathematics Grade C or above.
Good communication skills, to able to deal with difficult situations.
To be able to work as part of a team.
To work on own initiative if required and make suggestions for improvements.
When trained, to work with minimum supervision
Good IT skills required and knowledge of Microsoft Office Word, Excel and Power Point
Good interpersonal skills.
Be able to work on own initiative.
Good time management.
To be assertive and empathetic.
There are always vacancies for Parish Clerks within Lincolnshire. The transferrable skills learned such as customer handling, working under pressure, working with others, finance, writing agenda and minutes, research could lead to a career in Finance or Business Administration.
Level 2 Business Administration Apprenticeship
Each framework includes a diploma/certificate which shows the practical skills, a technical certificate to confirm the knowledge and understanding and Functional Skills in Maths and English. You will be assessed throughout the apprenticeship and complete the qualification based on the competencies within your job role.
You will be assessed by a combination of observations, professional discussion, question and answer sessions and self-study which is required to confirm your knowledge and understanding of the career route you have chosen.
In today’s competitive marketplace, developing the right skills can help you to get ahead and stay ahead. Apprenticeships are a great way to achieve qualifications and earn money whilst also gaining the work experience employers look for. Choose an apprenticeship with Babcock and they will help you to take your first step to an outstanding career. As one of the UK’s largest work-based training providers Babcock has the employer partnerships to offer apprentice job vacancies in your area.
For more information about this vacancy please contact Babcock Training Limited on 0800 731 8199 or
email: Susan.Johnson@babcockinternational.com (Ref ID:81816)
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