Business Administration Apprentice IOW council

Salary: £3.50 per hour
Contract Term: Permanent
Contract Type: Full time
Location: Ryde
Posted on 24 January 2018
Closing Date: 05/02/2018
Job Start Date: Immediate

Administration / Apprenticeships / General Office / Public Sector

Isle of Wight Council are looking forward for an apprentice who can start Immediate start in business administration, working towards their level 2 or 3 qualification.

This is a wonderful opportunity to devlope a career path in Buisness Administration.

Permanent contract offerd on completion of apprenticeship.

Salary: Apprenticeship rate being £6734 per annum.

Hours: 37 per week

Fixed term contract until completion of qualification (within 12 months)

 Job Description

The Payments team are looking to recruit two apprentices to support and assist within the Payroll and Pension functions. You will need to be self-motivated with good inter-personal/communication skills and be flexible in both your approach to work and hours of working. 

 

The successful candidate will focus on payroll and pension clerical tasks but will also provide support to the wider payments team covering tasks such as HR support duties, ordering and invoicing or the payment of creditor invoices.  At the end of the apprenticeship you will have gained a clear understanding of HMRC payroll processes, Local Government pension processes, VAT, CIS (the construction industry scheme) and the Councils financial regulations in relation to Incurring expenditure and collection of income.

 

During your employment you will receive on the job training learning from experienced officers and you will complete an NVQ in business administration level 2 or 3 dependant on your entry qualifications. The experience and qualification gained during the apprenticeship will be a great asset to anyone looking for a career in business administration.

 

The post involves daily use of SAP, Microsoft Office applications including excel, outlook and word.  

Predominantly to support the Pensions and Payroll Lead Officer to ensure the effective and efficient day to day operation of the Payroll and Pension teams.

Provide support to the wider payments team in relation to Creditor payments, Hr Support or the ordering and invoicing functions.

Core Tasks:

  1. To deal with telephone and email enquiries, responding promptly with requests.
  2. Use computer systems to update records.
  3. Assist in keeping working areas tidy, clean and organised.
  4. Undertake any other duties including training in other payments team functions; Creditors, HR Support, ordering and invoicing as appropriate and as requested by the line manager.
  5. To undertake training as required including courses thought relevant by the council and anything required by the apprenticeship training provider.

Pensions

  1. Support the Payroll and Pensions Manager in day to day duties of the pensions team.
  2. Assist with filing, scanning and shredding
  3. The opening and date stamping of post
  4. The creation of pension records using Altair
  5. Processing opt out of Scheme membership
  6. Calculation and return of contributions
  7. Notation and filing of GMP’s
  8. Provision of information to pension scheme members

Payroll

  1. To assist with data input to support the monthly payroll run
  2. Assist with the opening and date stamping of post.
  3. Assist with scanning and filing.
  4. Online spreadsheet fast entry
  5. Net pay checking
  6. Mileage, expenses and Redeployment claims

Training

  • HTP & IOW Council induction
  • On job training with a dedicated mentor
  • HTP expert assessor in business administration to; deliver qualification units, observe,collect work portfolio evidence and provide information and training

 Benefits

  • Level 2 qualification in buisness administration NVQ or Level 
  • employers contract benefits
  • Holiday pay governemnt minimum 5.6 weeks
  • 9-5 working hours

 

Generic quality statement:  The Isle of Wight Council expects that its staff will adhere to its policies and procedures.  All members of staff are expected to be familiar with procedures and undertake appropriate activities to support their learning and development.

Safeguarding:  The Isle of Wight Council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults and operates stringent safer recruitment practices.

Diversity and Equality:  All employees are expected to treat others with dignity and respect.

Health and Safety:  The Isle of Wight Council has a duty to protect employees and all employees have a duty to protect themselves and others from harm as far as is reasonably practicable.

Data Protection and ICT Security:  All employees are required to ensure that any information or data collected or input in to a council system complies with the standards set out and any associated processes that are specific to an area of work.

 

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