What will the apprentice be doing?
As a Compliance Administrator, you will be responsible for ensuring that all of our candidates have been vetted and checked in line with ‘Working together to safeguard children’ guidelines. Aspire People have been recognised by the DfE for demonstrating our robust recruitment, selection and vetting process and we are looking for someone who will continue to maintain our high standards.
- Vetting and checking candidate files in ‘Working together to safeguard children guidelines among others
- Correspondences via telephone, email, (occasional fax, and post)
- Greeting visitors in our reception area
- Opening and distributing incoming post
- Franking outgoing post
- Scanning and attaching paperwork to candidate files
- Data entry onto our front-end office system
- Maintain and update information on all of your current ‘pending’ candidates
- Applying for and chasing employment references daily
- Applying for and chasing ‘missing identity documents’ from candidates daily
- Processing new DBS certificates and other checks
- Checking candidates qualifications with online checks, references and certification daily
- Self organisation of work load using a paperless focused approach
- Managing the candidate database for team members to ensure candidates are coded correctly
- Maintain a clean and tidy working environment
- Correct, effective usage of the company front-end office system including activity logging
- Adhere to all company policies
- Other duties as required by the compliance manager
What training will the apprentice take and what qualification will the apprentice get at the end?
Full on-the-job training and support will be provided to enable the successful applicant to undertake the full range of duties required of the role. All apprentices are required to complete and evidence 20% of the job learning whilst on their apprenticeship.
Our Business Administrator Level 3 apprenticeship standard consists of the following:
- Level 2 Functional Skills in maths and English (if required)
- End-Point Assessment (EPA) - conducted by an external provider (Portfolio, project, and panel interview)
The end-point assessment is designed to enable apprentices to demonstrate that they are fully conversant in the skills knowledge and behaviours expected of individuals at this level. It is designed to provide assessors with a holistic view of the apprentice, and to allow them to assess to what extent the apprentice meets or exceeds the apprenticeship standard.
Desired skills and personal qualities
- Communication skills
- IT skills
- Attention to detail
- Organisation skills
- Presentation skills
- Administrative skills
- Team working
- Time management
- GCSE or equivalent Maths & English + 3 further subjects (Grade Grades A*-C (4-9)) essential
What is the expected career progression after this apprenticeship?
Full time opportunity available on completion of apprenticeship.