- GMFJ Reference
37.50 per week
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Higher Level 4
Our Programme & Project Management team are responsible for providing support services to some of our most complex customer contracts within our business. It helps reduce risk, improve the probability of successful delivery and - most importantly - improve customer satisfaction.
As a Project Co-ordinator, you’ll support the delivery of a range of provision, migration or transition projects and programmes within the wider portfolio of work. You’ll be responsible for delivering work packages or small projects within a larger programme or project, under the direction of a more senior project manager. You’ll need to be highly organised so that you know what needs to be done and in what order. You’ll also develop stakeholder management skills; critical to keep projects on track, as well as delighting our customers. You’ll be identifying potential problems and working out how to fix them before they happen, as part of good practice in risk management.
We’ll teach you how to become an expert in project management, starting with the basics and working up to more complex work over a period of time. We’ll support your learning through buddying, job shadowing, formal training and through managing your own work packages and projects. You’ll learn how to deal with internal and external suppliers and customers, and how to address challenging situations. It won’t just be about the technical skills though; we’ll help you to develop so that you can work professionally and independently, taking responsibility and initiative.
Opportunities in Bristol, Barlborough, Newcastle and Manchester.
Please note, you can only apply to one programme each year. Please do your research before applying and select the one Apprenticeship you wish to apply to.
For more information about this vacancy please contact GetMyFirstJob Recruitment on 02393876405 (Ref ID: 163074)
You’ll need to achieve a minimum of two
A-Levels with a minimum of CC grades. You’ll also need five GCSEs at
grades 4-9 (C or above) including English and Maths
Your apprenticeship scheme will last 48 months and 20% of your working hours will be dedicated to studying.