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Virgin Media Peterborough, UK
10 Jun, 2019
Higher Apprenticeship
CAN YOUR TECHNICAL KNOW-HOW KEEP OUR CUSTOMERS SMILING?? As a Technical Support Analyst, you’ll be helping managing incidents for the ever-expanding Virgin Media Business (VMB) arm of our organisation Our Technical Support Analyst Apprenticeship Scheme welcomes both women and men to gain an end-to-end understanding of what’s needed to keep our valued business customers happy – while improving their overall experience across different levels of service. All our Apprenticeship Schemes are offered on permanent contracts. And, around 90% of apprentices stay on with us – while others will have gained transferable skills that are sought after elsewhere. Let’s talk about what you’ll be doing… With fantastic help from your scheme mentor and other workmates, you’ll learn how provide IT support for business incidents at the frontline of our VMB operations, making sure our customers are satisfied with our ground-breaking products and services. You’ll be completing technical diagnostics and troubleshooting so that incidents are resolved as quickly and effectively as possible. As well as identifying the root cause of the problem, you will also need to find solutions in collaboration with our Business, Technology and Innovation functions – all while keeping your cool in a high-pressure environment! Eventually, you’ll be taking care of the management, escalation and communication of all incidents to current ITIL standards – a set of best practices that focus on aligning IT services with business needs. How are you going to get there? As a customer facing role, you’ll need to show a real understanding of how important excellent customer service is, and how to represent us as a trusted advisor and go-to contact for all technical-related customer enquiries. Having excellent troubleshooting skills and being able to make sense of network fault diagnostics is as essential as knowing your way around internetworking, TCP/IP principles and DNS – while understanding network monitoring tools, incident management systems and both traditional and IP Voice would also be a bonus. Some previous customer service experience would be another advantage – but we’re more interested in dynamic free-thinkers who can manage relationships and are passionate about putting smiles on customers’ faces.   So, what can we do for you? During the scheme, you’ll gain all the experience, understanding and exposure to our leading business practices that you’ll need to kick start a successful career – and we’ll pay you a decent salary with amazing benefits while we prepare your future! In 2017, we announced our long-term vision of achieving 50/50 gender parity by 2025. It’s super-important for us to reflect equality and diversity in our workforce, especially for STEM* based subjects – and that’s why we’re encouraging men and women to hone their technical skills with us. We are looking for motivated women and men who get their kicks from keeping our customers happy. Join Virgin Media… Come and be a part of something special! (*STEM based subjects are those that fall under Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths disciplines)
British Sugar Bury Saint Edmunds, UK
07 Jun, 2019
Advanced Apprenticeship
Would you like an Apprenticeship with a Company that prides itself on Innovation, Sustainability and Manufacturing Excellence? Are you looking to learn through a mix of study and hands-on experience? If the answer is yes, read on to find out more about our Level 3 Process Engineering Apprenticeship. What you will do in your working day A typical day on site starts with a shift handover and briefing to bring you up to speed with your priorities for the day. You then work across various areas of the factory monitoring plant equipment, reviewing laboratory data and making adjustments to the process of making sugar as required. With the support of your manager, you will need to use your technical knowledge gained at college to make decisions, solve problems and carry out routine inspections and maintenance tasks. The training you will be getting You will gain Level 3 City & Guilds qualification in Process Technology from studying with our training provider, as well as various British Sugar internal and industry related courses to help you in your development e.g. Entry into Confined Spaces. We will develop your communications skills, problem solving and team working skills throughout the scheme using coaches and mentoring sessions, as well as through an Outward Bound programme in the Lake District. What to expect at the end of your apprenticeship On successful completion of the scheme you will become a qualified shift Technician where you will work both individually and as part of a manufacturing team.  The factory operations are large scale fast moving process plants where every day is different, they operate 24/7 and are controlled by the very latest sophisticated control systems. You will become an integral part of a team monitoring and operating the plant, processing the sugar beet crop to produce products such as sugar, animal feeds, bio gas, and bio-ethanol.
British Sugar Newark
07 Jun, 2019
Advanced Apprenticeship
Would you like an Apprenticeship with a Company that prides itself on Innovation, Sustainability and Manufacturing Excellence? Are you looking to learn through a mix of study and hands-on experience? If the answer is yes, read on to find out more about our Level 3 Process Engineering Apprenticeship. What you will do in your working day A typical day on site starts with a shift handover and briefing to bring you up to speed with your priorities for the day. You then work across various areas of the factory monitoring plant equipment, reviewing laboratory data and making adjustments to the process of making sugar as required. With the support of your manager, you will need to use your technical knowledge gained at college to make decisions, solve problems and carry out routine inspections and maintenance tasks. The training you will be getting You will gain Level 3 City & Guilds qualification in Process Technology from studying with our training provider, as well as various British Sugar internal and industry related courses to help you in your development e.g. Entry into Confined Spaces. We will develop your communications skills, problem solving and team working skills throughout the scheme using coaches and mentoring sessions, as well as through an Outward Bound programme in the Lake District. What to expect at the end of your apprenticeship On successful completion of the scheme you will become a qualified shift Technician where you will work both individually and as part of a manufacturing team.  The factory operations are large scale fast moving process plants where every day is different, they operate 24/7 and are controlled by the very latest sophisticated control systems. You will become an integral part of a team monitoring and operating the plant, processing the sugar beet crop to produce products such as sugar, animal feeds, bio gas, and bio-ethanol.
British Sugar Wissington
07 Jun, 2019
Higher Apprenticeship
Would you like an Apprenticeship with a Company that prides itself on Innovation, Sustainability and Manufacturing Excellence? Are you looking to learn through a mix of study and hands-on experience? If the answer is yes, read on to find out more about our Level 3 Process Engineering Apprenticeship. What you will do in your working day A typical day on site starts with a shift handover and briefing to bring you up to speed with your priorities for the day. You then work across various areas of the factory monitoring plant equipment, reviewing laboratory data and making adjustments to the process of making sugar as required. With the support of your manager, you will need to use your technical knowledge gained at college to make decisions, solve problems and carry out routine inspections and maintenance tasks. The training you will be getting You will gain Level 3 City & Guilds qualification in Process Technology from studying with our training provider, as well as various British Sugar internal and industry related courses to help you in your development e.g. Entry into Confined Spaces. We will develop your communications skills, problem solving and team working skills throughout the scheme using coaches and mentoring sessions, as well as through an Outward Bound programme in the Lake District. What to expect at the end of your apprenticeship On successful completion of the scheme you will become a qualified shift Technician where you will work both individually and as part of a manufacturing team.  The factory operations are large scale fast moving process plants where every day is different, they operate 24/7 and are controlled by the very latest sophisticated control systems. You will become an integral part of a team monitoring and operating the plant, processing the sugar beet crop to produce products such as sugar, animal feeds, bio gas, and bio-ethanol.
Ricoh London, UK
04 Jun, 2019
Intermediate Apprenticeship
To deliver an exceptional proactive customer service to the Customer that is aligned to Ricoh’s 8 lines of business and the Customers’ requirements.  As a customer based function, the role holder may be subject to considerable interruptions as well as being faced with a diverse nature of problems requiring resolution, often in very short timescales. The role holder needs to balance sometimes conflicting priorities.  The role holder must demonstrate a willingness to work in a varied and pressured environment, administering services simultaneously as well as support other client locations as and when required. • To deliver an efficient and responsive business process service to the customer, to meet agreed SLA’s and customer satisfaction.  • Help solve operational problems quickly and efficiently to ensure the most efficient service is provided. • Build relationships with users and manage their perception and expectations, including resolving immediate/simple operational problems to ensure the best levels of customer service are delivered.  • Carry out any reasonable request from the line manager to meet the business needs and client expectations. • To deliver the attached job profile, specific to site requirements to meet the business needs and client expectations. • To ensure all work carried out is to the highest quality to ensure it meets customer confidentiality, customer deadlines, SLA and KPI’s. • Follow and adhere to all Ricoh UK policies and procedures, including compliance with all Ricoh EHS (Environmental, Health and Safety) procedures and guidelines. • Ensure the site is compliant and adheres to the Ricoh Service Excellence methodology. • IT literate • Team oriented pro-active, open minded team player • Good organisational skills with an attention to detail • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and in writing • Excellent customer service skills  • Ability to demonstrate commitment and flexibility at all times • Multi-tasking skills and ability to work on a variety of items simultaneously • Good Time Management skills • To be professional and presentable in uniform at all times The learners will gain highly transferable set of knowledge, skills and behaviours. They will also examine and benchmark their own personal growth so as to accelerate in the business. Alongside their individual development, learners will also develop a business and commercial mindset which facilitates their understanding of their place in the wider business. They will be taught effective and efficient working as well as best understanding the customer. Continuous improvement and adopting agile methodologies in all workflows is at the heart of our business. As the learner progresses they will be furnished with these skills in order to bring best practices to the role. You will gain a Level 3 in Business Administration accredited qualification. Ricoh have removed the disclosure of convictions box from their application process (ban the box - http://www.bitc.org.uk/programmes/ban-box) offering equal opportunities to all. For all roles, we will judge each individual on their skills and ability before taking into account their history. However some roles are subject to sensitive and restrictive information and, if successful, you may be required to undertake pre-employment vetting checks which include but are not limited to residency check, credit reference check, financial sanctions` check and a DBS Check.
Smith & Williamson Nationwide
03 Jun, 2019
Higher Apprenticeship
Smith & Williamson is a leading independently owned financial services firm combining an accountancy practice, investment management arm and a private bank. We provide award winning services to a broad range of clients such as start-ups, high-net-worth individuals, corporates, professional practices and non-profit organisations. We have 12 offices around the UK, Ireland and Jersey, and we’re a member of Nexia International, a top 10 global network of independent accounting and consulting firms. This means we’re well-connected to thousands of colleagues around the world, exchanging knowledge and professional expertise daily. A career here means having more you-time than you might get in other firms. We can also offer you much more responsibility than you might expect. You’ll be working on real projects and liaising with a number of individuals in other departments right from the start — it’s this approach that makes this a more fulfilling place to work. If you’re looking to get more out of your future, we think you’ll love life with Smith & Williamson. What will I be doing? At Smith & Williamson we recruit high calibre people with the skills, knowledge and commitment to meet the demands of the business. As a Trainee Compliance Officer, you will combine practical work experience with numerous opportunities to increase your skill set with internal courses. Performing daily duties associated with the firm’s internal compliance controls and to ensure ongoing compliance with the FCA’s investment & borrowing powers rules, FUND rules, Central Bank of Ireland UCITS Regulations and any other regulations specific to Smith & Williamson. Duties of the Trainee Compliance Officer are as follows: Undertake monitoring of Smith & Williamson Investment Management managed funds to ensure compliance with the investment & borrowing powers limits as provided for by COLL regulation, the relevant Irish UCITS Regulations and the fund’s prospectus. Identify, investigate and report on findings, errors and breaches. Liaise with the investment and fund administration departments to ensure compliance with regulatory rules and the firm’s procedures. Provide appropriate, consistent answers to general queries from the business, escalating more complicated issues as necessary. Fund documentation approval Assist in the review of fund prospectuses, and reports to ensure that they comply with rules and requirements. Assist in the review and feedback on financial promotions for SWFAL funds. Reporting to the CIS Compliance Associate Director, assist the department in general compliance matters and monitoring. Keep up to date with relevant changes in regulation and business processes. What training and development will I receive in my first few years? Alongside your work you will also have the opportunity to attend internal training courses and receive on-going on the job training. To be successful in this role you will: Be committed and motivated to developing your experience within Compliance. Be able to deliver first class client service and work effectively as part of a team Demonstrate an ability to communicate clearly both verbally and in writing Have a high level of general commercial awareness Academic requirements: Achieved two A levels, grade B or above (or equivalent qualification) Be willing to study towards the Investment Operations Certificate
Smith & Williamson Bristol, Guildford, Southampton and London
03 Jun, 2019
Advanced Apprenticeship
At Smith & Williamson we recruit high calibre people with the skills, knowledge and commitment to meet the demands of the business. At Smith & Williamson we recruit high calibre people with the skills, knowledge and commitment to meet the demands of the business. The apprenticeship programme is a structured training programme combining practical experience with technical studies, as well as providing numerous opportunities to increase your skill set with internal courses ranging from personal impact and negotiation skills to time management to delivering presentations. What will I be doing? Many businesses need to reassure investors and other stakeholders on their financial performance, even where a full audit isn’t necessary, appropriate, or required by law. We provide wide-reaching financial advisory services to international clients across a number of industries and a diverse client base, ranging from small businesses and family enterprise start-ups to non-profit organisations. As part of our Assurance & Business Services team you will be working with our clients, checking that numbers stack up with fact. This means providing advice and solutions that really make a difference. On-the-job training and studying towards your professional qualification will enable you to gain a full understanding of the technical aspects of accountancy and additional financial advisory services. Duties of the Accounts Assistant role include the following: Accurate processing of clients’ financial data and the preparation of annual financial accounts and associated outputs therefrom, within the timeframe agreed with the client or required by statute. Preparation of management accounts and internal reports. Support in providing the full range of business outsourced services to clients including: working with cloud based accounting software, ixbrl tagging, company secretarial tasks, VAT returns, payroll submissions. Using cloud technology to improve client accounting and business processes. Prepare annual financial statements including statutory accounts, predominately under FRS102. This includes consolidated financial statements for our group clients. Interactions with clients to undertake accounting work as required – both over telephone/e-mail and on-site client visits. Work closely with the audit and business tax teams to provide a seamless service to clients and ensure deadlines are met. Be prepared to share ideas about how best to operate the accounts preparation process in order to improve efficiencies for the firm – particularly with the use of technology Prioritise tasks whilst monitoring time against budget Support department events and procedures and build relationships within Smith & Williamson What training and development will I receive in my first few years? Alongside your work and internal training courses you will receive first-class professional training as you study for the AAT qualification during the first two years. Apprentices that are successful with both study and work experience during the first two years will be offered the opportunity to study further for the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) qualification. To be successful in this role you will: Be committed and motivated to studying towards the AAT and ACCA qualifications Be able to deliver first class client service and work effectively as part of a team Demonstrate an ability to communicate clearly both verbally and in writing Have a high level of general commercial awareness Use of IT – be able to work on bookkeeping packages, accounts production software and Excel Flexible – to assist with other ad hoc services that arise from time to time Innovative – have a keen interest using cloud technology to create efficiencies and automation in processes Be prepared to develop an understanding of FRS102 and FRS 102 1A  Smith & Williamson recruit on a rolling basis, however roles may close when vacancies are filled so you are encouraged to apply early
Smith & Williamson Guildford, London, Salisbury, Bristol and Southampton
03 Jun, 2019
Higher Apprenticeship
At Smith & Williamson we recruit high calibre people with the skills, knowledge and commitment to meet the demands of the business. The apprenticeship programme is a structured training programme combining practical experience with technical studies, as well as providing numerous opportunities to increase your skill set with internal courses ranging from personal impact and negotiation skills to time management to delivering presentations. What will I be doing? Many businesses need to reassure investors and other stakeholders on their financial performance, even where a full audit isn’t necessary, appropriate, or required by law. We provide wide-reaching financial advisory services to international clients across a number of industries and a diverse client base, ranging from small businesses and family enterprise start-ups to non-profit organisations. As part of our Assurance & Business Services team you will be working with our clients, checking that numbers stack up with fact. This means providing advice and solutions that really make a difference.  Many of our audits last just one or two weeks, which means you'll quickly gain exposure to a variety of businesses. You'll also build valuable client experience, developing the knowledge and skills needed to be an effective auditor and trusted business adviser. From early on in your career here you’ll be working as part of a team, in the office or at clients’ premises, learning how they operate, speaking to key contacts, checking that data is accurate, and questioning any differences. On-the-job training and studying towards your professional qualification will enable you to gain a full understanding of the technical aspects of audit and accountancy and additional financial advisory services. Duties of the Audit Apprentice role are as follows: Develop an understanding of our client’s and their businesses Complete audit programmes and form conclusions on each individual test and section completed Highlight issues and problems for the attention of senior management Become familiar with our audit and accounting software Discuss queries with client staff, obtaining relevant information and explanations Resolve queries whether of an audit or accountancy nature Work as part of a team to undertake a variety of audit and accountancy tasks for our diverse client base Understand from your manager the scope of tasks allocated and objectives to be achieved Keep seniors and managers fully informed of any issues and problems, ensure work is completed to a level agreed with the manager and record clearly and concisely the work done Prioritise tasks whilst monitoring time against budget Support department events and procedures and build relationships within Smith & Williamson What training and development will I receive in my first few years? Alongside your work and internal training courses you will receive first-class professional training as you study for the Certificate in Finance, Accounting and Business (CFAB) and Associate Chartered Accountant (ACA) qualifications. Academic requirements: 280 UCAS points (or equivalent) in your top three A-levels (excluding General Studies) GCSE English and Maths (or equivalent) at a minimum of grade B Application process Stage 1 – complete our online application form Stage 2 – online verbal  and numerical reasoning test Stage 3 – assessment centre Stage 4 – first round telephone interview Stage 5 – final round interview If you are/will be an A-level qualified candidate (or equivalent) looking for first class training in Assurance & Business Services and meet our requirements, we would like to hear from you. For further information and to apply please visit our trainee website;  www.smithandwilliamsontrainees.co.uk We review applications as we receive them therefore it is advised you apply early. 
Smith & Williamson London, UK
03 Jun, 2019
Higher Apprenticeship
The Apprenticeship Programme is designed for those who are looking for an alternative to university.  For those interested in this role, who are already at university, please apply to the Graduate Programme instead. At Smith & Williamson we recruit high calibre people with the skills, knowledge and commitment to meet the demands of the business. The Apprenticeship Programme is a structured training programme combining practical experience with technical studies, as well as providing numerous opportunities to increase your skill set with internal courses ranging from personal impact and negotiation skills to time management to delivering presentations. Our business tax team provides tax and consulting services to a wide range of companies, from quoted multinational groups to owner-managed businesses.  Our tax advice is designed to meet our clients' agreed commercial objectives considering all relevant taxes, not only corporation tax.  We provide practical advice, we regularly negotiate with HM Revenue & Customs and members of our team sit on a number of leading professional and industry committees.  What will I be doing? We believe that hands-on experience is key to creating well-rounded trusted business advisers.  As part of our business tax team you'll work alongside senior tax professionals with a range of expertise, this means you'll be doing real work from the outset.  Duties of the Tax Apprentice role are as follows: Preparation of corporation tax computations and returns (CT600s) General compliance including keeping records of tax payments, advising clients of key filing and payment dates and communicating with the HM Revenue & Customs where necessary Preparing billing analysis of work completed and draft fee notes to clients Assist with research assignments and drafting technical documentation Assisting other group members in professional work and providing support where required What training and development will I receive in my first few years? Alongside your work and internal training courses you will receive first-class professional training as you study for the Certificate in Finance, Accounting and Business (CFAB) and Associate Chartered Accountant (ACA) qualifications. To be successful in this role you will: Be committed and motivated to studying towards the CFAB and ACA qualifications Be able to deliver first class client service and work effectively as part of a team Demonstrate an ability to communicate clearly both verbally and in writing Be well organised and have the ability to prioritise your own workload Have a high level of general commercial awareness Take a diligent and efficient approach to work Demonstrate a professional and polite approach  Academic requirements: 280 UCAS points (or equivalent) in your top three A-levels (excluding General Studies) GCSE English and maths (or equivalent) at a minimum of grade B  We review applications as we receive them therefore it is advised you apply early. 
Smith & Williamson Southampton, UK
03 Jun, 2019
Higher Apprenticeship
At Smith & Williamson we recruit high calibre people with the skills, knowledge and commitment to meet the demands of the business. The graduate programme is a structured training programme combining practical experience with technical studies, as well as providing numerous opportunities to increase your skill set with internal courses ranging from personal impact and negotiation skills to time management to delivering presentations. What will I be doing? Our business tax team provides tax and consulting services to a wide range of companies, from large multinational groups to owner-managed businesses. Our tax advice is designed to meet our clients' agreed commercial objectives considering all relevant taxes, not only corporation tax. We provide practical advice, we regularly negotiate with HM Revenue & Customs and members of our team sit on a number of leading professional and industry committees. Working closely with our senior tax professionals, you’ll feel yourself improving day by day as they teach you the intricacies of their trade. One moment you could be helping a small business ensure they are tax compliant; the next, you could be learning the complex, but fascinating cross-border considerations of international tax. We believe that hands-on experience is key to creating well-rounded trusted business advisers this means you'll be doing real work from the outset. Duties of the Tax Apprentice role are as follows: • Assist with research assignments, advisory projects and drafting technical documentation • Assisting other group members in professional work and providing support where required • Supporting more qualified staff on more complex client situations • Acquire and build relationship with your own clients and begin to supervise new trainees after approximately one year • Compliance assurance • Be committed and motivated to studying towards the joint ACA/CTA qualifications • Be able to deliver first class client service and work effectively as part of a team • Demonstrate an ability to communicate clearly both verbally and in writing What training and development will I receive in my first few years? During your training contract you will study towards the Associate Chartered Accountant (ACA) & Chartered Tax Adviser (CTA) joint qualification. Academic requirements: • 112 UCAS points (or equivalent) in your top three A-levels (excluding General Studies) • GCSE English and maths (or equivalent) at a minimum of grade B

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