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Report Writing Apprentice

Vacancy overview

Report Writing Apprentice

37 hours per week, 52 weeks per year

National Minimum Wage for Apprentices

Suffolk New College are on the search for Report Writing Apprentice to join our busy Funding & Performance Team.

Working alongside the Information & System Development Officers and the wider Funding & Performance and College teams, you will be ensuring accurate data entry to the College computerised systems, checking and correcting errors to ensure accuracy of funding returns. You will produce and develop accurate and detailed reports, in accordance with College requirements and will be responsible for the processing of registers, timetabling, Advanced Learner Loans, room booking, and tracking Apprenticeships across the College

If successful at interview, you would become employed by the College on a fixed-term contract, and we have earned a good reputation for providing apprenticeship opportunities to young people, a high proportion of which have successfully progressed to both higher level apprenticeships and permanent jobs. Joining an apprenticeship programme is one of the best ways to start your career by providing opportunities to develop invaluable workplace skills.

We are interested in meeting you if you can demonstrate a positive attitude and have a desire to learn new skills.  You will have GCSEs at grade 3/D or above in English & Maths, with a commitment to attain Level 2 in Maths & English.

This role is based at the Ipswich Campus. However, Suffolk New College is a multi- campus College and therefore you may be required to work between campuses from time to time.

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Ipswich, Suffolk
Closing date
26/09/2023 12:00
Interview date
Week Commencing 2nd October 2023

Additional information

This College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. As part of our on-going commitment to Equality and Diversity, Suffolk New College guarantee to short list all applicants from a black or ethnic minority group who meet the essential criteria and all applicants with a disability who meet the essential criteria. All appointments are subject to Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) check.

We do not recognise any agencies or search agencies acting on our behalf unless they have been officially engaged. Applicants should apply to us directly and not be persuaded to go via an agency.

The college will not recognise any agency fees for recruitment activities unless an active engagement linked to a specific role has been agreed.

The college will not pay fees associated with CVs or applicants who are sent to the college via agencies on a speculative basis or in response to college adverts.

Agencies should refrain from sending CVs to anyone working for the college on a speculative basis. The college will make approaches to agencies via our HR team if we feel that we need assistance with a post.