Apprentice Project Support Administrator
Are you enthusiastic and organised? Could you provide business administration and project support to our Project Managers?
We are seeking an enthusiastic, responsible, and organised person to provide project and information management support whilst working to complete a Level 4 Associate Project Manager apprenticeship.
The successful candidates’ responsibilities and duties will vary, but may include:
- Project support to our teams throughout the project lifecycle, including:
- data and information management
- producing and formatting of reports and figures
- monitoring project costs
- ensuring Building Information Modelling (BIM) compliance.
- Financial administration – ensuring invoicing to and payment from Clients
- Collation of information/data to support the management team.
An apprenticeship is a fantastic opportunity to earn whilst you learn. Following completion of probation and successful apprenticeship enrolment apprenticeships would start in autumn 2023. The successful candidates will be expected to work towards a Level 4 apprenticeship in accordance with the Associate Project Manager apprenticeship standard which can be viewed here. This will involve a proportion of the working week covering the course, and/or completing coursework, combined with supported workplace training.
For more information about Apprenticeships with JBA please visit our Apprenticeships webpage here.
Posts are available in our Peterborough, Haywards Heath and Coleshill offices.
For more information on the role, please contact Maxine Zaidman or Jennifer Dewhirst
JBA supports agile working which provides for greater flexibility with the way that we work.
- Job Ref: APP26-08
- Closing date: 17.04.23
- Location: Coleshill / Haywards Heath / Peterborough
Qualifications and experience
Key competencies required for the role:
We are looking for an enthusiastic and dynamic team player, who can support our technical teams deliver environmental and engineering projects to our clients.
The ideal candidate will be:
- Enthusiastic and positive
- Organised and able to balance competing priorities
- A pragmatic thinker and solution finder
- A team player
- An excellent communicator.
Candidates should ideally:
- Applicants should be educated to GCSE level or equivalent. They should ideally have five GCSEs, including Maths and English (Grades 9 to 4 (A* to C) and possess sufficient I.T. skills to learn relevant software tools under supervision, i.e. Microsoft Word, Excel and Project.
Entry requirements for those currently in employment will be based on meeting funding eligibility and requirements of both the training provider and JBA Consulting.
How to apply:
Please apply by completing a JBA application form and returning with a current CV to firstname.lastname@example.org by 17 April 2023.
Candidates successful in the first round of shortlisting will be invited to interview. Interviews will be held in the weeks commencing 02 May and 08 May 2023.