About the apprenticeship
Key Duties: The successful candidate will be required to carry out a business administration role including taking phone calls, booking appointments, appointment schedule and ordering stationary.
As well as this, the successful candidate will team up with a senior accountant in order to collect raw data for the accounts and will be responsible for the analysis of receipts and payments, details of creditors and debtors, vat returns, filling and maintaining client files and records, self-assessments, bank reconciliations and control accounts, etc. The apprentice may also be trained on monitoring and forecasting the budgets, making sure liquidity is maintained for expenses and investments. The successful candidate may also be asked to carry any other reasonable activity.
This is an Apprenticeship Vacancy. The successful candidate will be employed by the company outlined below and receive on-the-job training from them. Alongside this, they will undertake an Apprenticeship Programme with ACT Training and receive support and guidance from an experienced Assessor, to help them achieve the relevant qualifications. Please refer to the Course Outline at the bottom of this page for an overview of the Apprenticeship Programme.
Essential/Desirable Requirements: There are a number of key skills and personal attributes that are required for this position, including:
• Excellent communications skills, both verbally and orally;
• Good all-round IT skills;
• Sensitivity and integrity yet assertive at the same time;
• An analytical and logical approach to problem solving;
• Commercial awareness and interest;
• Ability to work on your own initiative - motivated and ambitious.
GCSE A-C grade
Welsh Spoken Skills: No Welsh Written Skills: No
Associated Community Training Ltd
Business Administration Level 2
About the employer
Maximus Accountants 248 City Road
No, we are not part of the Disability Confident Scheme from the UK Department for Work and Pensions.
Please note that all apprenticeships are open to everyone. However, some organisations have worked to achieve Disability Confident accreditation. You should always apply for the apprenticeship you feel best suited to.
Interview Date: To be confirmed