The role involves a wide variety of reception and administration duties which will provide excellent work experience to the successful candidate.
- Strong communication and interpersonal skills
- Strong computer literacy skills, particularly Microsoft Outlook packages
- Highly organised and self disciplined
- Confident dealing with other people. The jobholder will be dealing with incoming calls and also working with work colleagues in all areas of the business.
- GCSE, or equivalent in Maths, English are required at grade 4/C or above.
- ICT skills also preferred.
The candidate would have opportunities to progress into a permanent office role within the Blyth office following successful completion of the apprenticeship, including within the Sales or Finance teams.
The job involves working on a wide variety of different tasks, some with short deadlines, so flexibility and organisation skills are essential.
There are limited public transport options to the Blyth office, so it would be an advantage if the candidate had a UK driving licence or lived within the locality.
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