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14th March 2019

Reference: 0646
Organisation: Ipswich Borough Council
Place of work: Ipswich
Salary details: £9,994 pa
Job term: Full Time
Appointment: Fixed Term
Closing date: 22 March 2019 05:00 PM

2 year fixed term contract. A June/July start date can be agreed to allow for exam completion.

This exciting Advanced Apprenticeship opportunity involves providing administrative support to the Shared Revenues Partnership, which delivers Revenues and Benefits Services on behalf of Ipswich, Babergh and Mid Suffolk Councils.

As an Apprentice in our busy shared revenues and benefits partnership, you will gain valuable experience in carrying out a range of administrative duties, whilst working towards a recognised Advanced Apprenticeship qualification.

Working in a confidential environment, your role will involve updating accounts, making appointments, dealing with customer correspondence and researching and preparing casework.

This apprenticeship is a Monday - Friday role, and is based at Grafton House in Ipswich.

You will have 5 GCSE's at grade A*- C, including English and maths, and have a good eye for detail, especially when it comes to numbers and statistics.

You will be well organised, have good written and verbal communication skills and be a positive, flexible team player. You will be committed to successfully completing a Level 3 Apprenticeship in Business Administration.

For more information about this role please contact Helen Blowers on (01473) 433820 or via email: helen.blowers@ipswich.gov.uk

Apply online at: www.ipswich.gov.uk/jobs where you will need to log in or sign up to 'My Ipswich' to complete the online application form for this vacancy.

Interview date: 10 April 2019. The selection process will be an interview and assessment.

Closing Date

The closing date for this job offer is on 22/03/2019


£ 9,994 pa


This job is located in Ipswich

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