Business Administration Apprenticeship
Business Administration Apprenticeship
Join us on our Business Administrator Apprenticeship to take ownership for the behind-the-scenes work that keeps our business running! Working in our Fire & Security stream, you will be organising our engineers so that they can get on with installing and maintaining our products. This programme will give you the skills and knowledge you need to take your next steps towards creating a successful career in Business Admin.
As well as your day-to-day responsibilities, you’ll train and study towards a Level 3 Business Administration Apprenticeship. We’ll release you from your work for one day a week, allowing you to spend valuable time developing your skills, either virtually or in-person.
What your day will look like...
As an apprentice, it’s your responsibility to support the business through administrative tasks, enabling us to run smoothly and efficiently. One day, you could be recording telephone messaging and the next, updating engineer timesheets. No two days will be the same. Other responsibilities you could take on include:
- Sorting incoming and outgoing mail and parcels and distributing as the need arises
- Ensuring equipment is ordered, delivered and logged as per our supply-chain process, highlighting any outstanding requirements along the way
- Maintaining customer job files, electronic and physical, to ensure that information is accurate, up to date and readily available
- Analysing tender documents to summarise and identify requirements and problem areas
- Organise and schedule team/bid meetings to facilitate discussion on relevant projects
- Management of Bid Intelligence Library, update and maintain as necessary.
The type of person we’re looking for...
You’ll be working with a lot of confidential data, so you must be confident in your abilities to handle data securely. Everything you do should be done with the customer needs at mind, which means you should consistently produce work to a high standard. It’s also important that you’re happy to collaborate with the wider team regularly and can communicate in an efficient manner.
Candidates should also have a minimum of GCSE grade 4 or above in English and Maths (or equivalent). Other personal qualities we would like to see include:
- Attention to detail
- Ability to work under pressure
- Great influential skills
What you’ll get out of it...
While working towards a professional qualification, we’ll offer you a starting salary of £16,100 with year 2 salaries starting from £18,500. Each of our apprentices will get access to our reward and benefits scheme, offering access to discount saving cards, cycle to work schemes and more.
Apprentices can also enjoy more employee benefits, such as:
- 25 days holiday
- Generous pension scheme
- Discounts and savings
All about us!
Chubb is a leading provider of fire safety and security solutions & services for customers worldwide. We have been protecting people and assets for over 200 years. Today, our 14,000 employees in 250 branches in 17 countries work to make the world safer, protect people and provide peace of mind. Our fire, security and monitoring services cover more than 1.3 million sites around the world.
Chubb is a leading provider of fire safety and security solutions & services for customers worldwide. We have been protecting people and assets for over 200 years. Today, our 14,000 employees in 250 branches in 17 countries work to make the world safer, protect people and provide peace of mind.
We have a performance-driven culture – and it starts with strong teams and bold vision. Thatʼs why weʼre committed to attracting and retaining the best talent. Whether youʼre starting your career, straight out of school or youʼre looking for a new career path in life, weʼve got a wide range of apprenticeships, allowing you to make an impact on your community.
How to apply
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Please note that applications may close before the application deadline, so apply early to avoid disappointment.