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Nursery Assistant Apprentice

Contact: zena@southwarkworks.org.uk

Weekly wage: £166.00

Working week: Monday - Friday, shifts TBC.

Total hours per week: 40.00

Expected duration: 14 months

Possible start date: 11 Oct 2020

Apprenticeship level: Advanced, Level 3 (A level)

Reference number: VAC001630817

Closing date: 10 Oct 2020

To support the staff team to ensure the smooth running of the setting, with regard to all health and safety matters affecting the children in your care.

Responsibilities will include:

 

To provide a high standard of physical, emotional, social and intellectual care for children place in the setting

· To work as part of a team in order to provide an enabling environment in which all individual children can play, develop and learn

· To build and maintain strong partnership working with parents to enable children’s needs to be met

· To implement and promote all Policies and Procedures and the Staff Rules

· To have an understanding of children’s development, their needs and the provision of positive play

· To demonstrate a genuine care for children

· To care for and supervise the group of children assigned to them

· To ensure their safety at all times

· To take an interest in the children and their families, to treat them as individuals and with respect at all times

· To create an interesting and stimulating environment for the child to develop all their skills

· To ensure positive management of children’s behaviour

· To carry out house-keeping duties as appropriate

· To ensure the ethos, implementation and legal requirements of the Early Years Foundation Stage

· To ensure an adherence to the health and safety policy relating to the provision of play

· To support senior members of staff to ensure appropriate Child Protection procedures are put into place.

To be flexible and adaptable, to assist in all areas of nursery work and to provide support for other members of staff

· To assist in the keeping of development records and observation, and accident, incident and risk assessment records as appropriate

· To be able to think and act quickly in a stressful or emergency situation, and to be aware of the correct procedures

· To attend staff meetings and training courses as directed by course tutors in order to complete the Apprenticeship

· To work as part of that team and contribute positively of the staff team. To provide a role model of good practice to other members of staff

· To go about your duties with a positive and enthusiastic attitude – to be organised, efficient, confident, hardworking and conscientious

· To promote at all times good relations between staff members, parents and children, and at all time promote the good name and ethos

· To cover any other staff responsibilities as appropriate at the request of the Manager, particularly taking into account that unforeseen situations can occur when looking after children, and that the child’s care and welfare is paramount at all times.

Requirements and prospects

Desired skills

· Good organisational skills

· Good IT skills

Personal qualities

· Attention to detail

· Caring

· Enthusiastic

Desired qualifications

GCSEs at grades C/4 or above (or equivalent) in maths and English are preferable but not essential.

Future prospects

Further training, progression within the company, potential full-time employment and wage increase based on performance.

Things to consider

Please be aware that the start date is subject to change due to the current pandemic.

Please contact Care First Training for more information or assistance.

Once you have progressed your application with us, we will notify you of any updates from the employer with potential changes.

To Apply* https://www.findapprenticeship.service.gov.uk/apprenticeship/reference/1630817?_ga=2.17174512.894035122.1591010025-316143382.1584621142

 

For supporting with application please contact zena@southwarkworks.org.uk

Level 3 Plumbing Apprentice

Contact: zena@southwarkworks.org.uk

Annual wage: £8,112.00

Working week: Monday - Friday, 7.30 am - 4.30 pm (45 min Lunch) with one of those days at college. Opportunities to work on Saturdays as well.

Total hours per week: 35.00

Expected duration: 3 years

Possible start date: 01 Jul 2020

Apprenticeship level: Advanced Level 3 (A level)

Reference number: VAC001631265

Positions: 2 available

Closing date: 05 Jun 2020

Working under the direction and guidance of experienced Team Leaders, support the delivery of our installations whilst working towards and achieving the skills and experience to become a fully operational engineer.

You will develop a broad understanding of the plumbing industry including workplace safety, providing customer service, moving and handling resources as well as demonstrating practical skills in various elements.

Duties will include:

· Customer service

· Moving and handling resources

· Demonstrating practical skills in various elements

· Hot water, central heating and sanitation systems

· Plumbing and heating systems

· Fitting baths

· Showers

· Toilets

· Sinks

· Pipefitting

 

Requirements and prospects

Desired skills

· Ability to follow instructions

· Working well as a team

· Follow safety protocols

Personal qualities

· Hardworking

· Punctual

· Self-Motivated

· Flexible

· Positive Attitude

Desired qualifications

· It is expected that applicants will hold a minimum of level 1 qualification in English Language & maths. Candidates will also be required to undertake a BKSB skills assessment and reach a minimum of Level 1 in each of these areas

Future prospects

· Upon successful completion of your apprenticeship, there may be an opportunity to be offered a full-time position. This will be reviewed at the end of your apprenticeship

Things to consider

This role involves manual labour and can include working outside.

CV Submission:

· In order to be considered for this role you must submit your CV to s.maharry@wlc.ac.uk before the closing date of this vacancy

Application Process:

· Once you have applied for this apprenticeship and the vacancy has closed you will be invited to attend a mandatory assessment session at Hammersmith & Fulham College. Candidates reaching the required entry criteria (See Qualifications Required above) will have their applications and CVs submitted to the employer for review. Successful candidates will then the invited to attend formal interviews

 

To Apply* https://www.findapprenticeship.service.gov.uk/apprenticeship/reference/1631265?_ga=2.196047401.485402505.1590752974-316143382.1584621142

For support in applying please contact zena@southwarkworks.org.uk with an up to date CV

Apprentice Business Administrator

Contact: zena@southwarkworks.org.uk

Weekly wage: £175.00

Working week: Monday - Friday, 9.30am - 5.30pm - Total hours per week: 35.00

Expected duration: 13 months

Possible start date: 13 Jul 2020

Apprenticeship level: Advanced Level 3 (A level)

Reference number: VAC001624855

Closing date: 10 Jul 2020

An exciting opportunity for an efficient business administrator apprentice at a dynamic property developer based in South West London. Only hardworking, energetic, and motivated applicants need apply with an interest in property and people.

Your roles and responsibilities will include:

· General administrative duties

· Answering the phone, dealing with inquiries, taking and passing on messages

· Dealing with filing of paperwork

· Updating spreadsheets

· Keeping the office tidy, dealing with office supplies, recycling, photocopier machine

· Managing diaries, setting up meetings and organising conference calls

· Posting letters

· Looking after visitors, coffee etc.

· Typing emails and letters

· Photocopying and printing various documents

· Sending out bulk letters

· Mail merge

· Data entry – updating details, creating new entries, editing details

· Liaising with new and current customers

· Responding to emails

· Dealing with queries from clients

· Managing files

· Processing queries and enquiries

· Carrying out basic property research, including Looking at potential sites for development

 

Requirements and prospects

Desired skills

· Good communication skills

· Good level of spoken English

· Ability to deal with people and provide good levels of customer service

· Self-motivated

· Good telephone manner

· The ability to build good working relationships with a wide range of people

· Organisational skills

Personal qualities

· Enthusiastic

· Able to work independently and as a part of a team

· Have a good sense of humour

· Confident

· Able to work under own initiative

Desired qualifications

· GCSE maths and English or equivalent

To Apply* https://www.findapprenticeship.service.gov.uk/apprenticeship/reference/1624855?_ga=2.130553098.485402505.1590752974-316143382.1584621142

For support in applying for this role please send your most recent CV to zena@southwarkworks.org.uk

Production Assistant Apprentice

Contact: zena@southwarkworks.org.uk

We're looking for a hard-working and proactive candidate to join Light Projects team as their new Production Assistant. Throughout your time with the company you will out essential administration that facilitates production and dispatch activities.

This apprenticeship requires you to apply through the employer's website.

Closing date: 01 Jul 2020

Apprenticeship summary

· Annual wage: £13,000.00 Working week: Monday - Friday 9:00am - 5:30pm, Total hours per week: 40.00 Expected duration: 18 months Apprenticeship level: Advanced, Level 3 (A level) Reference number: VAC001599975

Duties and Responsibilities include:

· Making purchases for component suppliers, sub-contractors and international manufacturing partners

· Manage the organisation and timely delivery of sales

· The monitoring and recording of stock usage so as to better manage our stock control

· Decide upon and implement re-order quantities and minimum stock levels

· Submitting the sales paperwork with a keen eye for detail to ensure the timely and correct manufacture of ordered goods

· Obtaining supplier quotations and maintaining an up-to-date price list for all products purchased

· Update order documentation with purchase progress

· Generate selling price lists for selected products based on our standard pricing template

· Maintain a record of all costs

· Booking of international deliveries and collections

· General filing duties

· General administrative and organisational duties as and when required

 

Requirements and prospects

Desired skills

· Basic arithmetic and numeracy – you need to be able to add up lists, calculate percentages, calculate fractions, use currency conversion tables, be able to understand volumetric units (cubic metres, cubic feet, calculation of areas from given lengths etc.).

· Some experience of full-time employment

Personal qualities

· Basic understanding of how to use excel spreadsheets, including basic formulae

· A good command of the English language – to be able to make oneself fully understood and also to have full comprehension of what others are saying

· A pleasant character that can negotiate

Desired qualifications

· Five GCSE grades C - A* (4-9) or equivalent, including English and math

Future prospects

After your Business Administration apprenticeship progress into HR, Recruitment, Sales, Marketing & PR, Real Estate, Personal Assistant, Office Management, Business Management. Most of the above can be completed in a higher-level qualification.

 

To Apply* https://www.findapprenticeship.service.gov.uk/apprenticeship/reference/1599975?_ga=2.88531096.2064226653.1589448891-316143382.1584621142

 

For support with application please contact zena@southwarkworks.org.uk

Construction Operations Apprenticeship

Contact: melsada@southwarkworks.org.uk

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: £7.70 /hour

 

Here's a flavour of life as Construction Operative - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QB0NlEiPOJk

Job Description

To be a construction operative, you will need a good level of fitness, a basic knowledge of building methods and an understanding of the materials used in construction. At the start of a job, you will help to prepare the site, unload and store building materials and once the work gets underway.

 

Typical Working Week

You will work on site for four days per week and attend college for one day a week. Most site hours are Monday to Friday, 08.00-17.00.

 

Person Specification

Punctual

Positive attitude to work and colleagues

Practical ability and awareness of working safely

A good head for heights and sense of balance

Self-motivation and desire to learn

Is both resilient and committed

Good co-ordination skills and a methodical approach

Is always looking to improve

Enjoys being a team player

Career Progression

 

On completion of NVQ L2 in construction operatives you will gain your blue trade specific CSCS card which enables you to work as a qualified construction operative. There are also opportunities to progress into plant operations or into site supervisory or management roles.

 

Key Training/College Information

K10 will enrol and fund your qualifications through a SFA funded training provider. It is likely to take 12-24 months to complete this apprenticeship, depending on current qualifications and experience.

 

Qualifications required

Applicants need to have at least an Entry Level 3 in Functional Skills or GCSE grade D or above in English and Maths. (GCSE’s valid within last 5 years)

 

Desirable

The passion and commitment to become a fully qualified construction operative. It would be advantageous if you have any construction based qualifications, have previous related work experience, CSCS and/or PASMA, but this is certainly not essential.

#GetInGoFar with a K10 Apprenticeship. Here's a few of our apprentices sharing their experiences; https://youtu.be/S47RhI1YPxg

IT Solutions Technician (Level 3)

Contact: zena@southwarkworks.org.uk

How long: 2 years

Where: London

Salary: £19,663 (reviewed in line with London Living Wage)

Scheme begins September 2020

What you will need:

• A minimum of 5 GCSE’s A*-C or Grade 4 and above including Maths and English language or equivalent

• To be 18 years of age 1st September 2020 to be eligible for this scheme

We are looking for people who are:

Thrive in a team

• Enthusiastic

• Have an analytical and logical mind and approach to problem solving

 

Our Technology Service Operations team work across a range of technologies from coding languages such as python, Csharp, abap and lots of other exciting software. We use technology to improve the journeys of our customers, maximise the efficiency of our network and to extract insight from our data to enable us to make key business decisions.

We are always looking for ways to improve the service that we deliver to our customers. Whether that’s giving our front line staff iPads and building apps to manage their daily tasks to enabling Wi-Fi on our stations for the public to stay connected whilst they travel. Every single development and journey really does matte

What will I be doing?

As an apprentice, your 2-year development programme will be made up of six or more placement rotations, for example:

Asset Management

• SAP • Digital, Professional Services

• Operations

You can be writing and editing work instructions for tasks in technical area and responding to and resolving incidents across a range of Professional Services. You will gain an understanding of managing physical SAP and cloud servers and you’ll

learn basic Data Base Admin activities. There is flexibility for apprentices to tailor their scheme to their interests ensuring placements are taken within the Professional Services and London Underground & Rail teams. Our aim is to give you the skills and breadth of experience you need for your successful career.

Where can this career take me?

Upon successful completion of this scheme, you could roll-off into Application Engineer, Service Analyst and DevOps Junior Engineers which could lead to further career development opportunities such as DevOps Engineer roles, Second and Third Line Support Analysts and SAP Analysts to ultimately Senior Application Engineers and beyond.

To Apply* https://careers.tfl.gov.uk/technology-apprenticeships/it-solutionstechnician-level-3/

 

For support with applications please contact zena@southwarkworks.org.uk

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