Administration Apprentice- Transformation

Location
Birmingham, West Midlands
Salary
10,586.87 per annum
Posted
21 Jul 2021
Closes
02 Aug 2021
Ref
CITWF614015
Contract Type
Contract
Hours
Full Time

Administration Apprentice- Transformation

Basis: Full Time

Hours:  37 Hours per week

Work pattern:  Monday to Friday

Type: Temporary-Fixed Term Contract -up to 18 months initially to cover the level 3 qualification

Location:  Birmingham, 4040 Lakeside, Solihull Parkway

 

This is a great opportunity for you to join one of the UK’s most trusted social housing providers. 

 

Our client owns and manages 30,000 homes across the West Midlands, including diverse communities from urban tower blocks to rural villages and towns; but they provide more than housing – their homes are a foundation for life.

 

They are proud to be an organisation which deals directly with the consequences of their housing crisis by providing homes for people who can’t access them on the market.

 

They are a not-for-profit organisation and a registered charity. All the money they make goes back into improving their homes and services and building new homes so that they can help more people.

 

An opportunity has become available for an Apprentice to work within their Transformation team to provide efficient and proactive administrative support. Contributing to the maintenance of operational policies, procedures and delivery of key projects and initiatives, and the driving of changes which enable continuous improvement in all service areas.

 

This will be a varied and interesting role which will allow you to gain knowledge and experience within the 3 branches of the transformation team which are innovation, lean transformation and the project Management office (PMO) as well as engagement with stakeholders across the organisation[LD1] .

 

So, if you think you have the transferable skills to take on the role and can demonstrate the people skills we’re looking for, they really want to hear from you.

 

They are committed to diversity and inclusion, encourage flexible working where appropriate and positively welcome applications from everyone. 

 

They are committed to protecting people’s health, wellbeing and human rights. They adopt a proactive approach to safeguarding and do everything they can to make sure all individuals accessing their services can do so without fear of harm, abuse or neglect.  They have policies and procedures in place to try to make sure the people they support are protected from harm and as part of their recruitment process we carry out robust safeguarding checks.

 

This post is subject to a Basic DBS check (Disclosure and Barring Service).

 

Proposed Interview Date: 15th August 2021