Business Administration Apprentice (Finance) in Bathgate EH48
This company specialises in providing a bespoke service to domestic and commercial clients. Working with lenders across the mortgage market, the business provides impartial advice and arranges the best mortgage to suit their client’s needs.
We want someone who is...Hobbyist, someone that self teaches and builds their understanding in their chosen subject Thrives in a hands on environment Able to work well as part of a team as well as on their own Can give examples of their strengths and knowledge Self-starter Able to follow instructions and complete tasks
The Business Administration Apprentice will work within this finance firm supporting day to day administration tasks including but not limited to:Data input Filing First point of contact for telephone and email enquiries Diary management
This apprenticeship will initially be Business Administration but gives opportunity to progress to Providing Financial Services and specialist finance qualifications.
This role is ideally suited for someone with a keen interest in Administration and Finance. This is a fun working environment with lots of support for a keen and enthusiastic person seeking a long term career.
Excellent communication skills are required but most importantly is drive and enthusiasm to succeed and take on further responsibilities as skills and knowledge increase.
You must have at least 5 National 5 grades, qualifications must include Maths and English.
Additional Information:Monday - Friday 9.30 - 3.30 £7800 £7800 per annum
Initially 30 hours per week on £5 per hour, salary increases will be dependent on performance.
There is lots of opportunity to develop and hours will increase as skills increase.
Bonuses will be given for achievements within key projects and the company will fund specialist qualifications in the future.
“QA’s apprenticeship programmes may be funded in part by the European Union through the European Social Fund, which supports the development of employment opportunities and a skilled workforce.”