Network Management Technical Apprentice
Warwickshire County Council is the largest employer in Warwickshire, and it is responsible for the roads and highways within the county area. You will work within various groups within County Highways Budbrooke Office to gain good experience in the various works activities primarily for Network Management but will include training activities within highway maintenance, including street lighting, highway controls and duties for Warwickshire County Council Highways.
37.0 Hours per Week
This is a fixed term contract for 2 years from September 2017.
Working with the Network Management Team, you will help to co-ordinate all works on the highway network of Warwickshire, by undertaking general technical tasks and associated duties.
You will help the team to assess and process Permits set out under regulations and conditions from the New Roads & Street Works Act (NRSWA) and the Traffic Management Act (TMA), enforced through the WaSP Permit Scheme.
Warwickshire County Council provides a top class apprenticeship scheme – we are very proud to be one of the National Apprenticeships Service’s Top 100 Apprentice Employers, and we were nominated for Best Apprenticeship Scheme at the 2014 Training Journal Awards, the 2015 PPMA Excellence in People Management Awards, and the 2016 CIPD Awards. You’ll be joining an organisation that supports not just Apprentices, but all of our staff, to be the best we can be and provide excellent services for the people of Warwickshire. As an Apprentice with us you’ll get real work experience, a dedicated work place mentor, and many training opportunities in order to give you all the skills and competencies required to be retained upon completion of the Apprenticeship.
We understand that you may be interested in becoming an apprentice, but need to finish full time education first – if so then that is not a problem, please do still apply as we will be happy to keep this position vacant for the successful candidate to start in August/September (but no later than that), once your exams are out of the way and you've had a summer break! Please ensure you make us aware in your application if you are currently in full time education, e.g. doing GCSE’s, A Levels, or a college course. If you are not currently in full time education, then if you are the successful candidate we will start you as soon you are ready, pending successful completion of pre-employment checks.
- Minimum of 5 A-C grades at GCSE, with grade C or above in English and Maths.
- Good IT skills with experience in the use of Microsoft Office.
- Willing to undertake training and development and a commitment to studying for the qualification in Construction Technical and Professional; Level 3, Pathway 1: Built Environment Design.
- Ability to travel to both work base location and South and City College, Birmingham.
Travel to work is not something that we can support you with, so please consider how you will get to work each day before applying. For a full list of key requirements for this vacancy, please see the attached Job Description and Person Specification below.
Additional Information & How to apply
For further information about the role please contact Dan Nash - Apprenticeship Hub Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org
Apprenticeship Pay Scale from 1 April 2017: Point 1 = £149.85 per week, £4.05 per hour, £7,813.61 per annum – initial salary for all new starters for the first 12 months of the apprenticeship Progression of pay after 12 months are complete as follows: Point 2 = £207.20 per week, £5.60 per hour, £10,804.00 per annum - completed 12 months and aged 19 - 20 Point 3 = £260.85 per week, £7.05 per hour, £13,601.46 per annum - completed 12 months and aged 21 – 24 (Fixed term salary point for higher Apprentices) Point 4 = £277.50 per week, £7.50 per hour, £14,469.64 per annum – completed 12 months and aged 25+
The Training Provider for this apprenticeship is South and City College. All training will likely take place at the work location. Please note: Apprenticeships are NOT open to applicants who already have a degree / HND / HNC or other qualifications at level 4 or above. Please do not apply if you have a higher education qualification. Applications for this vacancy must be submitted through an online application form, via the "Apply for job" tab below. CV's will not be counted as a valid method of application. Please ensure that you include in your application a supporting statement, detailing how you meet each of the essential criteria detailed in the Job Description and Person Specification attached below. Failure to do this may preclude us from offering you an interview
You will be notified of our shortlisting decision via email, so please check your email and WMJobs account on a regular basis after submitting your application.
Closing Date - 16th April
We welcome applications from everyone and value diversity in our workforce.Supporting documents
Job Description & Person Specification