Project Manager Degree Apprenticeship (level 6)

FCO Services
Milton Keynes
£17,712.24 annual salary
11 Apr 2018
18 Apr 2018
Role Type
Apprenticeship, Higher
Start Date
Annual wage £17,712.24

  • Working week Monday - Friday

    Total hours per week: 42.00

    (the hours are based on the candidate being over 18)

  • Apprenticeship duration 36 months

  • Possible start date 01 Sep 2018

  • Date posted 6 days ago

  • Distance 92.3 miles

  • Apprenticeship level Higher Level Apprenticeship

  • Reference number VAC001378726

  • Positions 3 available

  • Requirements and prospects Desired skills

    The successful candidate will have:

    • excellent communication skills
    • able to communicate to a wide range of people
    • from customers to suppliers.
    • Additionally good numeracy skills are essential to ensure our projects run to time and cost.
    Personal qualities

    A logical thinker is key to this role, as the ability to assimilate information from a wide range of sources is essential. As with all projects, you'll experience unforeseen problems so you'll also need to be able to think on your feet and overcome problems as they arise. And finally you'll need to be able to keep a calm head!

    Desired qualifications

    4 GCSE's at grades A*- D (9-4) including Maths and English (or equivalent). Have (or expect) three A Levels (or equivalent) at Grade C or above, with at least one in Maths, Business Studies, IT, Engineering, Science or another numerate subject.

    You must achieve at least a Level 1 on the Initial Assessment that is completed during an Apprenticeship Selection Event at College.

    Future prospects

    Due to the wide portfolio of products and services we offer, there are a range of opportunities post-apprenticeship. You could be managing the design and construction of a new embassy anywhere in the world; managing the refurbishment of one of the UK's overseas missions; managing the roll-out of new IT or protective systems across the overseas estate. With great progression opportunities you drive your career, whether that's specialising in one area or looking to become a programme manager, we will offer you the support you need to help you have a fulling career

    Things to consider

    Once you have submitted your application, you will need to complete college initial assessments and provide a CV before we can progress your application. You will be sent an email requesting this. Please note that Blackpool & The Fylde College offer CV building sessions should you wish to use this facility.

    We will contact you on email and on your phone. Please check your emails and voicemail regularly.

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