Apprenticeship Scheme - Business Specialist - September 2015 Intake
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We’re looking to take on apprentices into Business Specialist roles for a start in September and onwards 2015. You will provide specific and comprehensive operational support to maximise the functionality and effectiveness of the business. Understanding key business priorities, process and organisational implications, you will plan, track, co-ordinate and implement process change, business plans, and financial reporting. You will develop skills in spreadsheet, word processing and presentation systems, which gives an ideal spring board to progress to project management, service delivery, and business operations career paths.
What we look for:
• You don't need to be studying business or technology A-levels, but you must have a keen interest in both
• You must have achieved at least 5 GCSEs including Maths and English at grade C or above and at least 160 UCAS points.
• You will need to be mobile – base locations are across the UK (including Farnborough, Greenock (Scotland), Hursley (near Winchester) and Portsmouth), however the work will be project based and typically you’ll find yourself working at a client site
• You must be authorised to work in the UK
Please upload your completed CV using the IBM CV template. CVs in any other format will not be accepted. A copy of the CV template can be found on our website.
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