Job Reference 1707148Business Administrator ApprenticeshipMTJB Engineering Ltd are a growing Engineering Company based in Bristol, we are offering an apprenticeship to learn all aspects of administration within a small professional team.
Along with basic administration in the areas of Microsoft office, customer service, reception and using online cloud platforms to file and keep information the job role will include:
As an apprentice, your role will involve demonstrating strong communication skills (both written and verbal) and adopting a proactive approach to developing skills
You will also be expected to show initiative, managing priorities and own time, problem-solving skills and decision-making
You will also have experience with IT Skills - Word, Excel and Outlook, good numeracy and literacy skills, good communication skills and the ability to communicate with other colleagues
Able to work as part of a team and flexibility and reliability
Minimum 3 GCSEs, C and above (or 4-9) to include maths and English or equivalent qualification.
At the end of your apprenticeship MTJB will discuss the area of administration that you would like to specialise in and possibly extend your studies to your area of interest.
Things to consider
Future Space is part of the University of the West of England site and has the benefit of cafes and small shops/recreation facilities. The use of the university library is open to our employees and there is the opportunity to join the University gym at a reduced price.
The site is carefully Covid monitored, and every possible measure has been put in place to keep our employees as secure as possible. You will be expected to follow any restrictions put in place by MTJB Engineering and also Future Space whilst at work.
Applications will only be accepted through the National Apprenticeship Website: https://www.gov.uk/apply-apprenticeship If your application is successful, you will be contacted by South Gloucestershire & Stroud College (normally via email) to invite you to attend a pre-phone interview and initial assessment.
Please ensure that you also check your junk/spam inbox for emails. If you are successful at this stage, you will then be invited to attend an interview with the employer.
Apprentices are paid for their normal working hours and training that's part of their apprenticeship (usually one day per week). For more information please visit: https://www.gov.uk/national-minimum-wage-rates
About the employer
"MTJB Engineering are experts in systems engineering specialising in Avionic and electronic design and development. Working through the full systems engineering life cycle we can increase the chance of success of any engineering project through tried and tested methodologies and tools. Our engineers are able to take a concept through to production and have experience in aerospace, defence and Space projects."
The apprenticeship will be offered in line with South Gloucester & Stroud College (SGS), where training to Business Administration Level 3 will be taught and on the job training will support this qualification. We work a 37-hour week Monday to Friday from our Offices situated in Future Space alongside the UWE. As an apprentice you will have 20% of your time allotted to study and research. Being part of a small team, it is essential that you are a good communicator with a professional attitude to your work and studies.
Assessmen t- during your apprenticeship both SGS College and MTJB will regularly assess your development and progress and you will have an experienced administrator assigned as Mentor within the business to help you with on-the-job learning. You will be assessed by portfolio of work, presentation and end point assessment by SGS College for the Business Administration Level 3 qualification.
SGS has elected to deliver the on-programme learning using the Level 3 Diploma for the Business Administrator. The standard is assessed by a range of methods to meet all the knowledge, skills and behaviours. Evidence will be collated within a portfolio of evidence. To achieve the full Level 3, all units of the Diploma must be passed, meeting the assessment criteria. College attendance for the delivery of the Diploma is mandatory for all apprentices
A Standard contains a list of the skills, knowledge and behaviours an apprentice will need to have learned by the end of their apprenticeship. A portfolio will be compiled throughout the apprenticeship to reflect this and will include evidence collated from the work place such as, but not limited to; emails, letters, reports, presentations, appraisal information, and witness testimonies. Off-The-Job Training is a statutory requirement for an apprenticeship. It is training which is received by the apprentice, during the apprentice’s normal working hours, for the purpose of achieving the knowledge, skills and behaviours of the apprenticeship.” Off-the-job training is about upskilling an individual to reach full occupational competency, not accrediting their existing skills.
South Gloucestershire and Stroud College
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