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  • £12,557.00 annum
  • Coningsby, UK
  • 3 months ago

Role: Business Administrator Apprentice

Location: Conningsby

 

Role Profile

The Advanced Business Administrator Apprenticeship is a two-year scheme and will offer you the opportunity to gain real experience working in the business areas which support all of our products. Through a combination of ‘off-the-job’ training, reviews and work placements, you will gain exposure to real challenges that support our business.

The number and location of your placements will depend on the site you apply for.

What Does The Apprenticeship Involve?

You will have the opportunity to learn how to:

  • Deliver your responsibilities efficiently and with integrity
  • Show a positive attitude
  • Work well within a team
  • To demonstrate strong communication skills (both written and verbal)
  • Time management
  • Problem-solving
  • Develop your organisational skills
  • Project management skills

Typically you will be placed within one business area for the duration of your apprenticeship. Business areas include:

  • Business Development
  • Commercial
  • Manufacturing Operations
  • Procurement
  • Project Management

 

What Qualification Will You Get?

The Advanced Business Administrator Apprenticeship will provide the opportunity to gain the following:

Level 3 Business Administrator standard

Level 2 Functional skills in Mathematics and English (if not already achieved)

 How Will I Be Rewarded?

Advanced Business Administrator apprentices typically start on a salary of £12,557 per year, with increases throughout the scheme, dependent upon performance and behaviours. You will also gain access to the Company pension and share saving schemes.

Overview of Business Unit

The Air sector is a world leader in the aerospace industry with expertise that can be traced back to the very earliest days of aviation.

We design and build advanced training and combat aircraft; develop and work with the latest in cutting-edge technology; and provide support and maintenance for our customers across the world
By joining our 23,000-strong global workforce, you could directly contribute to some of our leading aircraft including the Eurofighter Typhoon, F-35 Lightning II or our next generation of aircraft, in the UK or at one of our international sites. Whether you’re providing direct support to our customers, ensuring our programmes run to time and cost or influencing the design and manufacture of our products, you’ll be completing work that counts.

We’re looking for people who are passionate about delivering excellence and supporting some of the world’s most significant aerospace organisations.