Business Administration Apprentice Telegraph Media Group Limited
Your apprenticeship will be in one of five areas: Accountancy, Business Administration, Compliance, Contract Management or Human Resources. We’ll provide you with an experienced mentor, great learning and development and the opportunity to make a real contribution to The Telegraph’s success.
Closing date: 27 Oct 2017
Total hours per week: 40.00
Possible start date
15 Jan 2018
04 Oct 2017
Advanced Level Apprenticeship
As a Business Administration Apprentice, you’ll join one of our Finance, Human Resources or Legal teams and touch all areas of The Telegraph. Here’s a summary of what you can expect:
- Process data and invoices
- Support managers with weekly and monthly reporting and the preparation of budget forecasts
- Build relationships with a variety of stakeholders
Our growing and lively HR team works across a range of areas to support the execution of The Telegraph’s business strategy. These areas include employee engagement, pay and benefits, recruitment, systems and data and talent development.
- Partner with Procurement to manage contracts, collect data and manage relationships with suppliers
- Prepare reports and extract the right information from relevant databases
- Support tender and pitch processes
Requirements and prospects
- Good command of the English language.
- Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.
- Organised and able to plan out each day and to balance study and work.
- Able to adhere to deadlines and work under pressure.
- Meticulous attention to detail.
- Punctual, well organised and good at managing your time.
- Able to take the initiative and work independently on projects.
- Interest in the media industry.
- An eagerness to listen and learn from colleagues.
- A supportive team player.
- Confident, professional and flexible.
- Polite and personable manner with all other employees and external contacts.
5 GCSE A*-C grades including Maths & English (or equivalent). ICT is desirable
Things to consider
About the employer
The apprenticeship programme will consist of:
- A fully embedded induction programme delivered by the employer and Outsource
- Allocation of an Outsource coach/mentor who will visit you in the workplace on a regular basis
- Off-the-job education, training and on-line learning provided by Outsource at one of our training centres or at employer’s premises
- On the job training delivered by the employer
- Quarterly formal progress review meetings with the Outsource coach/mentor and employer
The Apprenticeship structure:
The apprenticeship standard has two parts:
The Learning Journey – this incorporates the skills, knowledge and behaviours that are essential to the role, employer and industry. It covers the coaching and mentoring elements of the programme, delivery of the functional skills if required and where necessary any additional support to the apprentice. Specific technical knowledge and skills training is provided by the employer. During the learning journey, apprentices will produce a portfolio of evidence to demonstrate they have developed the skills, knowledge and behaviours needed for the role and this portfolio will support the end-point assessment
The training and development delivered by the employer and Outsource will ensure the apprentice has developed the skills, knowledge and behaviours to be able to complete their end-point assessment
The End-Point Assessment – this takes place at the end of the programme and consists of 1- 4 of the following (depending on the standard):
- Professional Discussion
- Portfolio of evidence
- Written exam
- Multiple choice test
- Research project
- Knowledge Test
- Work based project
- Employer reference
- Practical test
- Apprentice showcase
- Competency based interview
- Quality assessment
- Short answer question and scenario test
Functional Skills – This part of the programme provides those apprentices who have not achieved GCSE’s in English and Maths the opportunity to gain a qualification in English, Mathematics and ICT. Those candidates that have achieved GCSE’s in these subjects may be exempt from taking functional skills
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Closing date: 27 Oct 2017