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Project Management Apprentice-Jobs

In this job you will be…

  • Providing support in the delivery of projects and assignments
  • Delivering elements of Project Management assignments under the supervision of more senior members of staff
  • Able to take a simple brief from a more senior members of staff and act upon it
  • Providing all work outputs in an accurate and timely manner
  • Providing general support to Project Teams

Your training will…

Start with an 18-24 month Higher Project Management apprenticeship, which combines training and work-based assessment, covering: Leadership skills, Communications, Finance & risk management and Stakeholder management.

You will gain Associate of Project Management (APM), and EAL Level 4 Diploma in Project Management. This fantastic opportunity can potentially lead to you earning £47k in a project management role.

Who should apply…

  • Someone that can provide support in the delivery of projects and assignments
  • Someone that can deliver elements of Project Management assignments under the supervision of more senior members of staff
  • Someone that can take a simple brief from a more senior members of staff and act upon it
  • Someone that can work outputs in an accurate and timely manner
  • Someone that can provide general support to Project Teams
  • Someone at that is minimum age 18, plus an A level or Level 3 in a similar subject or an existing project management award i.e. Prince 2

Other information

  • Salary: £12.600 + £400 benefit spend.
  • Benefits Allowance and access to other Flexible Benefits.
  • Where applicable, Pension Plan and Auto-Enrolment
  • At least 20 days holiday & up to 4 additional days study leave per annum

What happens when I finish my apprenticeship…

Successful apprentices will have the opportunity of a firm position within the company.

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