• Full Time
  • London
  • 13 £ / Hour

Ealing Council

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Pay

  • £13 an hour

Job type

  • Full-time

Location

London

Full job description

 

Job description

Ealing Council apprenticeship service have six exciting opportunities for Ealing residents who are enthusiastic and highly motivated.

We are looking for applicants who are interested in working in the public sector to make a difference by meeting the needs of a diverse community.

Apprenticeships are a great way to learn a range of new skills, knowledge and behaviours while working on the job. As an apprentice, you will get paid to work at Ealing council and will be fully supported to achieve your apprenticeship, with the potential to progress onto the next level or into a new role.

To successfully start an Ealing council apprenticeship, you will have to pass four competitive stages, followed by final background and reference checks.

Stage one is by submitting your CV and supporting statement on time. You will be notified at each stage of your progress, therefore it is important to check your email folders regularly including spam or junk.

CV’s and supporting statements need to be submitted by Sunday 30 June 2024 at 11.59pm. We aim to have successful applicants begin their apprenticeship by August 2024 subject to successful pre-employment check clearance.

Current vacancies

  • School attendance apprentice – Level 3 business administration standard
  • Housing solutions apprentice – Level 3 business administration standard
  • Regeneration, investment and jobs apprentice – Level 3 business administration standard
  • Youth support worker apprentice – Level 3 youth worker standard
  • Management information systems apprentice – Level 3 data technician standard
  • Section 106 apprentice – Level 3 business administration standard

 

You can apply if you fulfil one of the following:

  • You are a resident of the London Borough of Ealing (proof of residency will be checked)
  • You attended a school in the London Borough of Ealing, or have valid GCSEs or equivalent obtained at an Ealing school within the past 3 years (proof of will be required)
  • You attended a college in the London Borough of Ealing (college registration will be checked)
  • The London Borough of Ealing is your corporate parent (care leavers).

 

Please note the additional eligibility criteria:

  • You must be aged 16 years or over, unless the role profile states otherwise
  • If you are in year 11 then you cannot start an apprenticeship until after your last official school day
  • Hold a British or European passport or have indefinite leave to remain in the UK
  • You cannot undertake an apprenticeship in the same skills area if you already have the equivalent level of qualification
  • You cannot apply if you have already undertaken an apprenticeship with Ealing Council
  • Under the rehabilitation of offender’s act 1974 you must disclose any spent or unspent convictions. There are some service areas that will not be able to consider CV’s where there are spent or unspent cautions or convictions. However, many of these apprenticeship placements can be considered, only if these are declared.

Whilst we will accept CV’s from candidates that meet the above-mentioned minimum requirement, anyone with a level 3, 4 or above qualification for example, a degree will still require a suitability check. This is to ensure that the person undertaking an apprenticeship will learn new knowledge, skills and behaviours different to their education achievement and experiential attainment. For more information on this please contact us on apprenticeships@ealing.gov.uk

Key Dates

Closing date: Sunday 30 June 2024, 11.59pm

Mandatory screening workshop, at Ealing council: Thursday 4 July, 9.30am till 2pm

Applicants put forward to the next stage:
Interviews and practical work tasks begin week commencing 8 July 2024

Apprenticeship starts: August 2024 (*subject to successful pre-employment check clearance)

How to apply

Refer to the attached role profiles for details of the requirements for the positions.

Please submit your CV and supporting statement on why you want to become an apprentice to apprenticeships@ealing.gov.uk.

Your CV must include your postcode and age.

If you require any reasonable adjustments, for example a disability and/or need to disclose any spent or unspent convictions please state this in your email when submitting your CV and supporting statement.

If you have any questions you can contact the apprenticeship team on apprenticeships@ealing.gov.uk.

 

Role profiles

School attendance apprentice – Level 3 business administration standard

Housing solutions apprentice – Level 3 business administration standard

Regeneration, investment and jobs apprentice – Level 3 business administration standard

Youth support worker apprentice – Level 3 youth worker standard

Management information systems apprentice – Level 3 data technician standard

Section 106 apprentice – Level 3 business administration standard

 

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To apply for this job please visit jobs.ealing.gov.uk.