Digital Support Technician Level 3 Apprenticeship at Hampshire County Council

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Digital Support Technician Level 3 Apprenticeship

Role Responsibilities:

Surface Water Management:

  • Manage and monitor surface water management (SWM) inbox
  • Liaise with Engineers regarding applications and applicant queries
  • Organise pre-app meetings and raise payments
  • Respond to applicants, developers and local planning authorities
  • Answer general queries over the phone
  • Utilise DEF for logging applications and consultations

Team Support:

  • Answer the phone and respond to emails on general enquiries
  • Organise team meetings and events
  • Complete Historic Flood Information requests
  • Ad hoc support for flood alleviation scheme administration
  • Communication – videos, leaflets, web and process document updates
  • Other support tasks as required by the team 

Flood Investigations:

  • Receive and log flooding reports and enquiries into our Confirm database
  • Assess which reports need further investigation or site visits
  • Undertake site investigations and report writing
  • Undertake and compile desk-based studies for building investigation cases (GIS, Land Registry)
  • Communicate with members of the public and internal and external bodies

Additional Information:

As part of this role you will be involved in:

  • Desk and site-based flood investigations
  • Liaison with members of the public and internal and external colleagues
  • Project administration 
  • Consideration of differing technical designs 
  • Solving problems 
  • Writing reports 
  • Taking part in meetings discussing how a scheme should progress 
  • Collating information in Microsoft Excel 

Training to be provided

Digital Support Technician Level 3 Apprenticeship Standard:

  • Firebrand offers a unique Higher-Level IT Apprenticeship scheme that provides award-winning industry training and certifications, valuable work experience and offers on-going support all with the ultimate goal of securing you a long-term career within the world of technology
  • During your 16-month IT apprenticeship programme, Firebrand will provide residential training at our distraction-free training centre
  • Our method of accelerated training allows you to achieve industry-recognised certifications such as CompTIA, ITIL and Microsoft faster, giving you more time to put your new skills in to practice within a working environment
  • Firebrand will also provide you with a Learning Mentor who will be supporting and assisting you with your development
  • By the end of your 16 month apprenticeship, in addition to having numerous industry recognised qualifications (if applicable to the standard), a steady career with a supportive employer, you will also be recognised by the British Computer Society (BCS) for entry onto the register of IT Technicians, confirming SFIA level 3 professional competence

Desired skills

  • Good communication skills, including telephone manner and written presentation
  • Good IT skills
  • Must be able to fulfil travel requirements of the role
  • Positive approach to continuing development and willing to undertake training
  • Relevant office experience
  • Desire for potential for future career with Hampshire County Council 
  • Experience creating documents for a range of stakeholders

Personal qualities

  • Full Driving Licence
  • A motivated individual
  • A positive work attitude
  • Quick learner
  • Smart appearance

Desired qualifications

  • At least five GCSEs (or equivalent) at Grade C/4 or above including maths, English and either IT or Science
  • Ideally, you will have either a minimum of two A levels (or equivalent)
  • Please ensure that your full educational history is stated on your application

Future prospects

  • By working hard and demonstrating your ability, drive and commitment throughout your apprenticeship scheme, upon completion you may be offered a permanent contract dependant on the needs of the business ensuring you have further opportunities to continue growing within this exciting organisation

Things to consider

Working Conditions:

The following section provides an outline of the working conditions that may be encountered in this role.

  • You will often be the first point of telephone contact for the public, developers, consultants and other customers. A significant part of your role will therefore be to ensure that these queries are responded to in a timely way and particularly during core office hours, 9.00am – 4.00pm or otherwise agreed
  • Manual handling to include the lifting of objects, weekly requirement, up to 10kg
  • Display Screen Equipment and mobile device use
  • Work Environment:  working near water, lone working and outdoor work
  • Wearing Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) 
  • Use of HCC pool vehicles or own vehicle if required for work purposes
  • Please note, this is a permanent position.

About Hampshire County Council

The County Council’s role is to act strategically and implement policy as determined by Cabinet. This means delivering services to the people of Hampshire (and sometimes beyond) in an open and cost-effective way. The Council acts in the best interests of Hampshire and its residents.

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