News: Admin Apprentice Wanted

Posted on 12th December 2019

Vacancy – Business Admin Apprentice

Apprenticeship Training Provider Steve Willis Training Centres is looking for an apprentice of their own at their Burgess Hill training centre.

They’re offering a Level 2/3 Business Administration Apprenticeship training programme in the friendly Apprenticeship team. This is an excellent opportunity for someone to develop their career whilst working towards the apprenticeship qualification, with the potential for a permanent position on successful completion of the training programme.

The job includes a wide variety of admin tasks in a busy office environment, including answering phones, data entry, correspondence, support at apprentice assessment days and general office duties.

The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate excellent customer service and computer skills, accuracy and attention to detail, and the ability to multi-task and prioritise to meet deadlines.

They will be a reliable team player who understands the importance of customer service delivery, with a good telephone manner, strong communication skills and a positive outlook.

For more information and a full job description, contact Marie Harris, Strategic Lead for Apprenticeships – 01444 870860 ext 232 / 07415 766499 / marie@stevewillis.com

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