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Welsh Government
Lanyon Bowdler Solicitors Lanyon Bowdler Solicitors, Riverside Business Park 1-2 Connaught House Benarth Road LL32 8UB
National minimum wage
Closing date
30 May 2022

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Consulting & Business Services
Role Type
Apprenticeship, Advanced
Start Date
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Job Details

About the apprenticeship


Docupoint is the Dept where all of the mail, photocopying, binding, scanning and all other general administration tasks for the firm are performed.
Reception duties
Filing and archive management
Management, processing and delivery of all incoming and outgoing mail
General administration duties
Scanning, photocopying and general meeting and greeting of clients. Managing meeting rooms and associated diaries.

Additional information

Salary increase provided satisfactory performance at 6 and 12 and 18 months and upon Apprenticeship completion.
Friendly firm with a family feel.
Westfield Health Plan, Life Insurance, Cycle to Work Schemes, Social Events
23 days annual leave plus Bank Holidays increasing with length of service.
Free parking



Excellent verbal and written communication skills, adapts style and able to confidentially communicate by telephone, email and in person with a wide range of people.
Good level of numeracy
Maintain a professional image at all times
Excellent client care skills
Enthusiastic and self-motivated


5 x GCSEs or equivalent Grade 4-9 (including English and Maths)


Welsh Spoken Skills: No Welsh Written Skills: No

Course details

Training provider:
Grŵp Llandrillo Menai

Level 3 Business Administration

About the employer

Lanyon Bowdler Solicitors Lanyon Bowdler Solicitors, Riverside Business Park 1-2 Connaught House
Benarth Road

LL32 8UB

Disability confident

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 arrangements

Employer will contact to arrange


Why an apprenticeship?

As an apprentice you will earn while you train. It’s a great career choice whether you are leaving school or college, returning to work after starting a family or looking for a new career. There’s a wide range of jobs on offer.  A job at the Welsh Government is unlike any other in Wales.

At the Welsh Government you’ll be given support and guidance so you can develop your skills in the workplace. You will also need to set aside time to study for your apprenticeship. You’ll be a valued member of the team from day one.

What apprenticeships are available?

We don’t currently have any apprenticeship opportunities open as we have now closed our scheme for 2019. If you’d like to keep updated on the vacancies that we’re advertising, you may want to visit our jobs board:  Welsh Government External Vacancies Board.

If you’d like to receive Job Alert e-mails that let you know when we’re advertising a role that suits your preferences, scroll to the bottom of the jobs board, and you’ll see the ‘Create Job Alert’ link.  Click this, and follow the on-screen instructions to set up your alerts.  You’ll need to log in or create an account as part of this process.

Who can apply?

To be eligible to apply you:

  • will be at least 16 years of age at the time of making your application
  • will not be in full-time education (you can apply while still attending school/college/university but will have finished or intend to finish your studies by the time your apprenticeship starts)
  • will need to meet the Civil Service Nationality requirements to apply.

ALS eligibility

Please note that ALS our training providers have their own eligibility in order to provide the funding required to undertake an apprenticeship. You may not be eligible to apply if:

  • you already hold a qualification at Level 3 or above in ICT, Software, Web and Telecoms or a similar subject
  • you already hold a qualification at Level 3 or above in Business Administration, Customer Service or a similar subject

What are the benefits?  

How much will I be paid?

You will earn £19,240 a year while training. When you pass your apprenticeship you can apply for a permanent job at the Welsh Government. Within 2 years of starting your apprenticeship you could be earning £22,500. 

You will get 31 days holidays as well as 10 public and privilege days. We offer flexible working arrangements to help you get the right work/life balance. You will also be eligible for membership of the Civil Service Pension Scheme

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