Business Admin Apprenticeship | Kidderminster college
Are you looking for an apprenticeship in the West Midlands?
Are you attending Kidderminster college?
Do you have aspirations in Business Administration?
Do you want experience working for a charitable, not-for-profit organisation?
Our apprenticeship offers a young person the opportunity to kick start their career alongside studying. You’d be working in a team of dedicated professionals who will support you as you learn about the charity sector which is a great addition to any CV.
The position is varied, rewarding and encourages people to think outside of the box to engage and provide key services to our foster carers and social workers. If successful throughout the placement, a permanent position as Regional Administrator will be on offer so you can continue your development with The CFT.
Hear from our previous apprentice here –
I worked at the CFT for 12 months as a business admin apprentice in the Bromsgrove office.Former apprentice
The staff were all extremely accommodating and friendly and regardless of their specified job role they would all be more than happy to help with any issues, provide assistance or explain things to me as a un-experienced student straight from college. Due to this I learnt a lot of new skills at the CFT which will be useful to me forever, I was given freedom to take on new responsibilities and encouraged to do things which were out of my comfort zone which again which I knew that I was only able to do with the assistance and support of the staff here.
The people here really made the difference and made it an enjoyable place to work, with new things happening everyday – it was always very varied. There was a real close-knit kind of community feeling where not only did the staff get on well but also everyone was very ‘switched on’ with regard to the foster families and the children in their care. It did not seem as though anyone was just working here for the money or selfish reasons, but to actually try and make a difference.
I think that the management, particularly in this office, was one of the best that I have ever worked under. My supervisor and the regional manager were very approachable and I knew that if I had any concerns I would be more than happy to go and speak to either of them. I met the CEO a couple of times and she always seemed incredibly invested in the company and the well-being of the children in their authority.
If this sounds like a challenge you want to take on, and you want to join a progressive, UK-wide fostering charity then get in touch!
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