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An apprenticeship is a way to gain the skills, knowledge and experience you need to get into many careers. They combine work, training and study, allowing you to 'earn while you learn’ and acquire the skills you need to pursue your chosen career.

 

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Support customer service team in all areas including administration, order input and cost recovery. Development role to advance skills and knowledge in the customer service area.

To assist in the functioning of a busy Maintenance & Repair department by providing instructions for work, cost approvals, invoice processing and administrative tasks.

Supports QSSHE (Quality, Safety, Security, Health & Environment) team in all areas requiring administration. Development role to advance skills and knowledge with a view for internal progression within the department.

You will be providing excellent customer service to customers, serving on the counter and using the till. You will also be working towards achieving your Level 2 Customer Service apprenticeship qualifications and will spend 20% of your time in off the job training.

In this Health & Social Care Apprenticeship you will receive full training and development and receive lots of support from your Work Place Mentor and your Assessor. You will be trained in all aspects of care and how to treat residents with dignity and respect. This can be a challenging role but it is also very rewarding.

To contribute a high standard of physical, emotional, social, and intellectual care for children placed in my setting. To give support to the childminder within the setting. To implement the daily routine.

To support the collection team in managing the Seven Stories Collection and making it accessible to a variety of users.

To supply a supportive role in the smooth running of the administration of the Nursing Lodge. Also working towards and achieving a Business Administration Level 3 Apprenticeship.

Library Services is seeking to appoint 4 Library Engagement Assistant Apprentices to positively promote the benefits of the whole library service, engaging with residents across all communities. The apprentices will develop a good knowledge and understanding regarding public library universal offers and the city’s broader cultural offer.

This apprenticeship requires you to apply through the employer's website.

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