- NAS Reference
- Weekly wage
35.00 per week
- Working Week
Monday to Friday
09.00am to 17.00pm (Lunch break between 13.00-14.00pm)
- Date Posted
- Start Date
- Expected Duration
Now Taking Applications
- Employment Type
Advanced Level Apprenticeship
Bayfield Training ltd
Description of Opportunity
Fantastic opportunity for an individual looking to gain both experience and learn on the job with how a business operates. If you are interested in learning how to manage and organise multiple events at a time, this role is ideal for you!
For more information about this vacancy please contact Camilla
01223 418778 - CAMBRIDGE REGIONAL COLLEGE (Ref ID: VAC001750733)
A good standard of computer literacy
Highly organised, with the ability to work to deadlines and to plan and prioritise short and long terms tasks effectively
Excellent customer service
The ability to work independently and as part of a larger team
Excellent interpersonal skills
Four or above GCSEs (or equivalent) at Grade 5/B/C minimum, maths, English and IT desired
Any further qualifications welcome
Willing to learn on the job
Pro-active not re-active
A good sense of humour & positive attitude
This is an office-based role, however, there will be opportunities provided by the business to attend meetings, seminars and conferences.
Office hours are 09.00am to 17.00pm, however, you may be asked to work additional hours if required.
Should the candidate be successful, future full-time employment will be considered.
It is worth noting that the company has a full-time staff member that has come through the apprentice scheme.
Bayfield Training have been running for over 20+ years, with a small, young and dynamic team based in Great Shelford in South Cambridgeshire.
Bayfield Training provide Real Estate Executive Education to the Commercial Real Estate Sector. With 20+ years’ experience of delivering premium training courses to this niche sector, Bayfield is an industry recognised provider across the globe.
The company offers progression from within and has had a number of apprentices over the last 8 years gain full-time employment.