Business Administration Apprentice

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Business Administration apprenticeship – Level 2

12 Months

Salary: £12,000

Closing Date: 1 June 2017

Assessment Day: 8 June 2017

Are you keen to build your skills, while working towards a business administration (L2) apprenticeship? We have an excellent opportunity for the right person.

At NHS Employers, people are our business. We work with managers from across the NHS to help them to be the best employers they can be; to look after their staff and get the most out of them. We encourage them to listen to their staff, to support their development, and to invest in their health and wellbeing.

So it’s only right that we look after our own people too. We go all-out to be respectful of other people. We strive to be assured, bold, leading and experts at what we do - these are our values.

As an apprentice you would be providing support to the Development and employment team and the post holder will be responsible for supporting specific projects as required as part of the team’s work on workforce issues.

Apprenticeships are not just for school leavers, it may be your first job, or a career change after many years. It’s just about getting the right fit – for us and for you. If you’re a people person, who is considerate of others, and keen to develop, we’ll help you build on the rest.

If you like the sound of the role and think you would fit in then why not apply?

Find out more by downloading our Job description

To apply please send your CV and a covering letter inclduing the reasons you are apply for this apprenticeship to jobapplications@nhsconfed.org

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