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Economic Development Assistant Apprentice

Economic Development Assistant Apprentice

  • Location : Bristol
  • Wage £304 (per week)
  • Apprenticeship level : Higher
  • Start date :
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  • Working Week: Monday to Friday
  • Hours Per Week: 37.5

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Address :


Bristol

Skills Required :


Essential:

You must demonstrate good literacy skills, including the ability to collate and interpret data and produce written content, with a high degree of accuracy and good attention to detail
Good communication skills with the ability to communicate effectively with colleagues, customers and outside organisations
You will be able to demonstrate good numeracy and IT skills
Ability to prioritise your work activities and meet planned and unplanned changes in demand, including the resilience and flexibility to ensure key deadlines are met under such pressures
Have good organisational skills
Able to seek out information, collate it and present findings
Desirable:

Knowledge and experience of the local economy, South Gloucestershire Council Economic Development policies, programmes and procedures

Qualification(s) Required :


Must hold a minimum qualification of 3 grade C’s at GCSE including English, Maths, or equivalent or be willing to work towards Level 2 in English and Maths

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