Tourism Project Administration Apprentice
- Good organisational skills and time management
- Computer literate with an experience of Microsoft Word and Outlook
- Ability to communicate professionally - both written and oral
- Flexible approach to work and participate as a strong team player
- Excellent attention to detail
- Willingness to strive for excellence
- Ability to show continuous improvement and demonstrate a willingness to use initiative with unpredictable issues and problems
- Driven and a positive attitude
- Motivated and organised
- Good attention to detail
- Ability to use you own initiative
- Someone who is well presented and polite
- This is a higher-level apprenticeship, so you'll need at least 2 A ‘levels (or equivalent) in any subject
Potential for full time employment for the right candidate.
There are opportunities to progress from a Level 2 to a Level 3 qualification
Many employers retain apprentices in full/part time positions
The Qualifications you gain can also help you to get into higher education or other employment
Being an apprentice gives you the opportunity to gain a recognised qualification and developing professional skills whilst earning a salary, inside some of Kent's best companies.
Once the Apprenticeship has been achieved you will have the skills, abilities and experience to update and enhance your CV, to make it attractive to potential employers.Things to consider
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If you do not meet the criteria for this position, your application will not be considered.
National Minimum Wage
From 1st April 2018, the NMW for Apprentices is £3.70 per hour. This applies to 16 - 18 year old Apprentices and those aged 19 and over in the first year of their Apprenticeship. For all other Apprentices the Apprentice National Minimum wage appropriate to their age applies.
The wage for Apprentices applies to both time spent on the job plus time spent in training.
We will be interviewing candidates who meet the criteria as they apply and will recruit after a successful interview which may be before the closing date.
You will be responsible for your travel expenses to and from your place of work. Therefore, you must have the means to get to your place of work on a daily basis whilst awaiting for your first wages to be paid.
Mostly based at Dover District Council main office at, Whitfield, which can be accessed by a regular bus service from Dover town.
Generally the working week will be Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm although there may be the requirement to start earlier or finish later within the 37.5 hours.
Included within the working hours are protected time for study towards your apprenticeship if and as required. If you do not have any study to undertake then you will work as normal.