Job Title: Admin Apprentice
Administration is the process or activity of handling day-to-day tasks in a business to ensure that it is run smoothly. General duties could include planning, controlling, organising, staffing and directing the operations of the business. As well as the efficient organisation of people and other resources. An apprenticeship for Admin has various duties involved.
Examples of business administration duties could include:
- Providing office support for both employee and customer relations maintain organised files and records of business activity
- Researching company data and archived reports giving feedback on office efficiency and suggesting possible improvements
£18K to £19K
Formal Qualifications, education & training required
G.C.S.E passes at grade ‘D’ or above in the following subjects: English, Mathematics, Science, Physics, Chemistry and Information Technology
Training provider entry qualification for Advanced Level National Vocational Qualification
Duke of Edinburgh or similar award scheme
Desirable skills and competencies
- Written communication
- Computer literacy
- Numeracy skills
- Electrical Theory
- Health and Safety
- Team player
- Communication skills
- Relevant ‘work experience’ placement from school
- Part-time employment
- Voluntary work
- Member of organised group
Where do I find an NHS apprenticeship?
Disclaimer: The salary banding for any NHS post has a clearly defined start point, and salary progression based on nationally negotiated pay scales (Agenda for Change). These bandings and pay points are widely available https://www.nhsemployers.org/pay-pensions-and-reward/agenda-for-change/pay-scales/annual
The agreed starting point for any post is at the bottom of the pay scale with annual progression until the top of the pay scale is reached. Candidates should expect to start on the bottom of the pay scale for the role they are considering unless they have previous directly related NHS experience in a similar role.
If you are new to the NHS it is normal to start at the bottom of each band and work your way up.