Coordinate office activities and operations to secure efficiency and compliance to all company policies
Provide support to HR, Finance, Marketing and BID Departments
Support Business Administrator with day to day duties
Create maintain and update records and databases as required
Maintain and control Project Quality Procedures
Submit timely reports as assigned
Sound IT skills
Ability to use a wide range of Computer software packages
Ability to work well in a team
Problem Solving skills
Ability to work to deadlines and within allocated timeframes
Good verbal and written communication skills
Intent to learn and improve quality of outputs throughput placement
Adaptable to work on a wide variety of projects
Whilst you are applying to an employer through Workplus you must apply directly to the training providers to secure your place on the apprenticeship course.
Business AdministrationBelfast Metropolitan College
The apprenticeship in business administration at level three offers work-based skills development for those interested in progressing their career in administration further with an industry-recognised qualification. Apprenticeships are a great pathway to consider over and above the traditional academic methods of learning, offering you the option to earn whilst you learn.
As part of the course, successful applicants will undertake a Level 3 Business Administration Diploma as well as essential skills qualifications in Numeracy, Literacy and ICT skills if required.
Mandatory and optional modules to be chosen from the following:
Communicate in a business environment
Principles of business communication and information
Principles of administration
Principles of business
Manage personal and professional development
Produce business documents
Produce minutes of meetings
Provide administrative support for meetings
Develop a presentation
Analyse and present business data
Manage an office facility
Organise and deliver customer service
Resolve customers’ complaints
Word Processing Software
Manage a budget
Develop and implement an operational plan
Manage a project
Manage business risk
Understand the customer environment
Principles of digital marketing and research
Principles of marketing stakeholder relationships
Principles of market research
Principles of leadership and management
Principles of social media within a business
Principles of marketing and evaluation
City & Guilds Level 3 Diploma in Business Administration
City & Guilds
16-24 Fully Funded
To eligible for the apprenticeship in business administration at level 3, you must be employed or be about to take up paid employment as an apprentice with a Northern Ireland based company for a minimum of 21 hours per week.
The apprenticeship in business administration is open to those aged 16 -24 years who have attained the minimum school leaving age in Northern Ireland.
Friday 01 September 2023
Sunday 26 May 2024
Level 4 or 5 qualifications.
This qualification could potentially lead to jobs such as Personal Assistant, Office supervisor, Team leader and Manager.