Junior Energy Manager Apprentice
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.
37.0 Hours per Week
Fixed term contract for 2 years
Warwickshire County Council (WCC) is looking for a ‘bright spark’ to assist our Energy Team as Junior Energy Manager Apprentice.
WCC is one of the largest employers in Warwickshire, employing some 12,500 people.
As the successful candidate you will receive on the job training and complete a Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeship.
You will work alongside experienced employees in the Energy Team, Construction Services and Facilities Management who will support you in starting your future career.
Apprenticeship Pay Scale from 1 April 2018:
Point 1 = £155.40 per week, £4.20 per hour, £8,108.55 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 = £218.30 per week, £5.90 per hour, £11,390.58 per annum - completed 12 months and aged 19 - 20
Point 3 = £273.06 per week, £7.38 per hour, £14,247.88 per annum - completed 12 months and aged 21 – 24
Point 4 = £289.71 per week, £7.83 per hour, £15,116.66 per annum – completed 12 months and aged 25+
As Junior Energy Manager you will be ICT literate and focus on property related technical and operational energy management, consumption data analysis, communications and reporting.
Another important requirement is that you are able to travel to work location. 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: Jacky Lawrence on 01926 47 6623 or at firstname.lastname@example.org or Dan Nash, Apprenticeship Hub Manager at email@example.com
Closing Date: 27th January 2019
Interview Date: 18th February 2019
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. When addressing each of the criteria, please consider the following questions: Are you ready for full time employment? Are you qualified? Do you have adequate communication skills? Are you ICT literate? Are you willing to learn and develop? Failure to do this may preclude us from offering you an interview.
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Job Description and Person Specification