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Marketing Administration Apprentice

Marketing Administration Apprentice

  • Location : London
  • Wage £269 (per week)
  • Apprenticeship level : Intermediate
  • Start date : Dec 2017 / Jan 2018
  • Closing date :
  • Working Week: Monday - Friday
  • Hours Per Week: 40

Role Details

Description

Future Prospects


Chance for a fulltime role within the company

Address :


The Burroughs
London
NW4 4BT

Skills Required :


A desire to learn all aspects of business and marketing administration.
Excellent spelling and English grammar.
Good skills in using standard office software packages e.g. Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
Ability to work as part of a team.
Ability to communicate clearly.
Excellent understanding of customer service skills.
Ability to stay calm under pressure.
Ability to always be punctual with excellent attendance.

Qualification(s) Required :


5 GCSEs (Grade C or above) or equivalent including English and Maths

Training

Learning Provider : QA Apprenticeships

Occupation Type :

Job Role : Marketing Admin

Expected Duration: 18 Months

Training Provided
Course attendance – The Apprenticeship programme requires the apprentice to attend 10 days training in London across the 18 months, broken into 5 sets of 2 days. One day a week will be spent in the office undertaking course-work set by your tutor.

Company Description

Company : Middlesex Universitys Hendon campus
Company Website : http://www.mdx.ac.uk/

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