Project Management Apprenticeship

Warwickshire County Council
£14,247.00 - £15,116.00 annual salary
04 May 2018
28 May 2018
Role Type
Apprenticeship, Higher
Start Date
Annual wage £14,247.00 - £15,116.00

  • Working week Monday - Friday, the hours will be confirmed with the employer.

    Total hours per week: 37.00

  • Apprenticeship duration 24 months

  • Possible start date 06 Aug 2018

  • Date posted 04 May 2018

  • Distance 118 miles

  • Apprenticeship level Higher Level Apprenticeship

  • Reference number VAC001396189

  • Positions 2 available

  • Requirements and prospects Desired skills

    • Strong communication skills
    • Good organisational skills and time management
    • Ability to use IT software such as MS Office and Google docs
    • Ability to work under pressure to conflicting deadlines
    • Ability to maintain, update and analyse data
    • A key team player

    Personal qualities

    • A positive ‘can do' approach to work
    • Willing to undertake training and development as appropriate

    Desired qualifications

    • A minimum of two A Level qualifications, and/or a business administration / project support qualification (to NVQ level 3 equivalent)

    Future prospects

    Although permanent employment cannot be guaranteed upon completion, our client recruit apprentices to be part of the future of their organisation.

    Things to consider

    Apprenticeship Pay Scale from 1 April 2018:
    Point 3 = £273.06 per week, £7.38 per hour, £14,247.88 per annum
    Point 4 = £289.71 per week, £7.83 per hour, £15,116.66 per annum
    The starting rate for higher apprentices at WCC is Point 3 of the apprenticeship pay scale.
    Progression to Point 4 applies if the apprentice is age 25 or above and have completed 12 months of the apprenticeship.

    • Apprentices will be able to take advantage of our clients 'flexi-time' benefit
    • There will be an option to join the pension scheme
    • Apprentices will get 23 days annual leave per year

    Important Information
    “QA's Apprenticeship programmes may be funded in part by the European Union through the European Social Fund, which supports the development of employment opportunities and a skilled workforce.”

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