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Apprenticeship Vacancy Business Administration Apprenticeship , Hartlepool

Business Administration Apprenticeship


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Apprenticeship Level 2 Apprenticeship in Business Administration
Duration 12 Months Level Intermediate Level 2
Vacancies Available 1 Working Week 37.5 Hours per week
Possible Start Date 28/09/2018 Date Posted 17/08/2018
Closing Date 16/09/2018 Reference Number tbc
Weekly Wage £140.00    
  • Word Processing
  • General office duties including phones and customer bookings
  • Filing, collating and preparing and delivering outgoing DX Mail
  • Checking invoices and making appointments
  • All associated administration duties and database input
  • Covering reception duties when required
  • Working primarily in Hartlepool but may be required to work in Peterlee Office
Qualifications Required

N/A

Essential Skills

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Desired Skills
  • Professionalism
  • Attention to detail
Personal Qualities

Outgoing

Friendly

Future Prospects

Permanent Position 

Things to Consider

Can you get to the location every day?

Smith and Graham Solicitors
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6 Yoden Way,
Peterlee
Durham
SR8 1AX
http://www.smithandgraham.co.uk/

Employer Vacancy Map Level 2 Apprenticeship in Business Administration

The current National Minimum Wage for an apprentice is £3.50 an hour. This rate applies to apprentices under 19 and those aged 19 or over who are in their first year. Apprentices must be paid at least the minimum wage rate for their age if they are aged 19 or over and have completed their first year. The minimum wage rates are £5.60 an hour for 18-20 year olds and £7.05 for anyone aged 21 and over. Apprentices are paid for their normal working hours and training that’s part of their apprenticeship (usually one day per week).

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