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NB: This vacancy closed to applications on 30/10/2020.

Apprentice Administration Clerk - 18 Months

Job Reference: 389-A-20-41794

Employer:
Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Department:
HIV Services
Location:
Bradford
Salary:
£155.63 per week

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Post Title: Apprentice Administration Clerk

 

Grade: £155.63 per week

 

Department: HIV Services

 

Location: Bradford Teaching Hospitals – St Luke’s Hospital

 

Hours: 37.5 Hours 18 months Fixed Term

 

 

 

An opportunity has arisen within the Unplanned Care Group for a dedicated and methodical Apprentice Administration Clerk to provide support to the haematology & oncology Team.

 

Excellent organisational and keyboard/IT skills are essential. Successful candidates must be able to communicate well at all levels, both internally and externally. Accuracy and attention to detail are essential. The post holder must have the ability to manage their workload efficiently and effectively.

 

You will earn a wage whilst working towards a Diploma Level 2 in Business Administration over a 18 month period, with entitlement to 27 days holiday plus bank holidays. You will have 1 dedicated study day a fortnight and 1:1 support throughout the Apprenticeship, as well as a mentor within your department. The qualification is fully funded and you will not have to pay anything towards it.

 

Many apprentices who have worked for our Trust have found full time roles within the Trust or within other local organisations and the opportunity to develop their career.

 

If you have fresh ideas, love learning new skills and getting invaluable experience, enjoy working with a wide range of professionals from a diverse background, and want to lay the foundations for your own career, an apprenticeship with our organisation could be for you.

 

You will have good people skills and demonstrate a caring and empathetic approach to others; you may have already worked in an office environment already in a paid or voluntary capacity. Maths and English GCSE grades A-C are essential (or equivalent qualification e.g. functional skills level 2).

 

There is an eligibility criterion for government funded apprenticeship schemes that applies and therefore applicants should be aged 16 or over and have been resident in the UK/EU for the last three years. You must not hold a degree, level four qualification or above and have been resident in the UK/EU for the last three years.


Essential requirements for the post:

 

Maths and English GCSE grades A-C are essential (or equivalent qualification e.g. functional skills level 2)

Excellent communication and organisational skills

 

Informal Enquiries to: Amanda Brown 01274 365088/07903 567060

Amanda.brown@bthft.nhs.uk

 

Closing Date: 30th October 2020 (Please note this may change depending on response)

 

 




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Please note that all posts recruited to by Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust covered by Agenda for Change Terms and Conditions (whether on a fixed term or substantive basis) are subject to a probationary period. For more information and guidance about the length of your probationary period please see the terms and conditions section of the Job Description.


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Guidance can be found here Criminal Records Checks For Overseas Applicants


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