Joinery Apprenticeship at Ashfield District Council
Futures for Business are pleased to be supporting Ashfield District Council in their recruitment for the apprenticeship programme commencing in September 2019.
|Employer||Ashfield District Council|
|Apprenticeship||Level 2 in Joinery|
|Weekly working hours||37 Hours - to be worked flexibly Mon-Fri between 8.30 - 5.00pm with a minimum of 30 minutes lunch break.|
|Salary||£6.15 per hour|
|Closing Date||28 July, 2019 at 17:00|
|Other details||PLEASE NOTE THAT APPLICATIONS MUST BE MADE THROUGH THE ASHFIELD DISTRICT COUNCIL WEBSITE: https://www.mansfieldandashfieldjobs.co.uk/SearchResults.aspx?ocg=945 Please note that due to funding reasons ADC can only consider applications from residents of Mansfield and Ashfield District Councils.|
About the employer
PLEASE NOTE THAT APPLICATIONS MUST BE MADE THROUGH THE ASHFIELD DISTRICT COUNCIL WEBSITE :
IF YOU APPLY THROUGH FUTURES WEBSITE - YOUR APPICATION WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED
Please note that applications for our apprenticeships are restricted to residents of the Mansfield and Ashfield districts.
This 2 year fixed term, Level 2 Apprenticeship in Joinery is a great opportunity for a highly motivated and enthusiastic individual wanting to develop a career in joinery,
You will gain relevant skills and experience as you assist colleagues in carrying out repairs and maintenance work throughout the Ashfield District.
You will also attend West Nottinghamshire College, Station Park, Sutton-in-Ashfield, one day per week, where you will study the theory and practical aspects of your Level 2 Joinery qualification.
Please refer to the Job Description and Person Specification attached to see the relevant entry requirements. These are shown as essential criteria on the Person Specification.
Please note that your application and personal details will be shared with the training provider for the purposes of shortlisting and selection.
- Working effectively as part of a team
- Good attention to detail
- Good standard of IT skills
- Excellent time management skills
- Good communication skills both written and verbal
- Polite and friendly with a professional attitude
- Organised approach to work load
- Genuine interest in joinery
- Willing to learn
- A commitment to and understanding of diversity / equality
The successful candidate will gain valuable experience and a Level 2 qualification and there may be the possibility of a role with the employer at the end of the apprenticeship or a progression to an advanced level apprenticeship
Ashfield District Council
Ashfield District Council is an ambitious and enterprising council committed to maintaining and improving services in challenging financial times. Focused on our residents’ needs and a desire to help shape a positive future for our District, we are improving our performance to ensure we provide value for money. The Council is on a positive journey and over the past five years the Council has successfully improved performance year on year