Business Administrator Apprentice

Word360 Ltd


Urgent vacancy for an business administrator apprentice. Gain essential administration skills working alongside Word360 Ltd based in Edgbaston! This is an Apprenticeship in Business Administration Level 3.


Duties include:

  • Assisting with scheduling/managing interpreting/translation bookings
  • Basic housekeeping on database and website
  • General administrative duties including photocopying and filing
  • Assist with invoicing process
  • Assist training dept with organising training materials
  • Make phone calls with the purpose of requesting basic information from clients/sub-contractors
  • Updating linguist records and notes
  • All other ad hoc duties as and when required

Desired skills:

  • Attention to detail
  • Punctual
  • Organised
  • IT literate

Personal qualities:

  • Willing to learn
  • Adapt to new situations
  • Confident
  • Professional manner

Desired qualifications:

  • Age 16-18: maths and English at GCSE or Functional Skills (grades will be discussed at interview) or the equivalent
  • Age 19+: must have maths and English GCSE grade 2 to 9 (A to E) or Functional Skills Level 1-2 or the equivalent
Things to consider

Please do not contact this employer. You must be eligible for the apprenticeship first with the training provider Gordon Franks Training, who will conduct the first interview (apply via the link as specified). Once successful, your details will then be forwarded to the employer, for you to be considered for this vacancy (we have lots of other vacancies too!)

Please research the employer and Gordon Franks Training


Call: 01213333001 or

E-Mail: Shakera.Rahman@gordonfrankstraning.co.uk

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Position: Business Administrator Apprentice

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Business administrator Level 3
Duration of employment
15 Months
Interpreting & Translation service
Job Location
Working Hours
35 hours per week
Base Salary
£ 5.00 per hour
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Date posted
November 7, 2019
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