Job Description

Software Development Apprentice

Software Development Apprentice

  • Location : Sussex
  • Wage £0 (per week)
  • Apprenticeship level : Advanced
  • Start date :
  • Closing date :
  • Working Week: Monday to Friday
  • Hours Per Week: 9-5:30

Role Details

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Future Prospects


Address :


Brighton

Skills Required :


Experience in a customer service or customer facing role desirable
Experience of using MS Word, Outlook and Excel
General IT aptitude with ability to learn new systems quickly
Confident telephone manner with the ability to promote products and negotiate
Able to build strong working relationships both internally and with clients
Strong time management and organisation skills
Good team working skills, but with ability to take responsibility for tasks through to completion

Qualification(s) Required :


6 x GCSE (or equivalent) at grades A-C including Maths plus GCSE English (or equivalent) at grade D or above

Training

Learning Provider :

Occupation Type :

Job Role :

Expected Duration: 12-14 Months

Training Provided

Company Description

Company :
Company Website :

In summary, our client is one of the largest providers of case management and recruitment agency software in the UK. A trusted organisation that has provided safe software solutions for 25 years. They have been approved by various Police Forces and Government agencies to manage and maintain sensitive data that is reliable and safe, will not corrupt and operates on all browser based devices.

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