£7.57 - £8.13 per hour
At Education Network, we specialise in providing local schools with high-level solutions to their recruitment needs. This can mean anything from ensuring they have a Supply Teacher on hand to provide emergency lesson cover, to helping them to find the perfect member of staff to fill a permanent job. We love what we do but more importantly, we're good at it, which is why 24 years down the road and 12 offices later, we're still going strong.
Business Administration Apprentice - The role:
As you might expect, we are passionate about education, which is why we have decided to create the opportunity for a Business Administration Apprentice to join our busy Newcastle branch. We are keen to meet an enthusiastic individual, looking to move on from full-time education and into an office-based role. We will offer you the opportunity to work in our branch on a full time basis, experiencing the day-to-day life of a busy office administrator, whilst gaining a professional qualification in the process.
Our successful candidate will assist in the management of a large database of available candidates.
Duties can include, but aren't limited to:
- Inputting candidate data accurately into our databases
- Applying for and chasing candidates references
- Auditing candidate files and chasing outstanding information
- Performing a range of background checks and performing repeat checks where necessary
- Regular update of operational spreadsheets and in-house databases
We are looking to meet an individual comfortable in working at a fast-pace, to deadline and managing a heavy workload with minimal supervision. We provide excellent training, but do require existing computer literacy and strong communication skills. We require a minimum of A-C in GCSE Maths and English and a general good standard of secondary education. Some part-time work experience would be advantageous, but not essential.
Salary meets National Minimum Wage requirements
If this may be the opportunity for you, please apply online and we will be in touch in due course.