Apprentice Resource Assistant – Tees Valley Music Service
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Closed for applications on 18/06/2023 23:59
National Minimum Wage for Age
As part of the Council’s Annual Apprenticeship Program, we have an amazing opportunity within Tees Valley Music Service, to gain work experience as an Apprentice Resource Assistant working with our musical stock and supporting events, whilst studying towards a Customer Service Level 2 Apprenticeship qualification.
Based at the Frederick Nattrass Centre in Norton, your day-to-day duties will vary, but will include assisting with stock control and instrument delivery / collection across the four Local Authorities; instrument maintenance and minor repairs; inputting data into a bespoke software system; setting up workshops for music sessions; and moving and lifting heavy instruments; and assisting at concerts/events as necessary which may include some weekend and evening work.
As this is an apprenticeship opportunity, you will be provided with all the training and support you need to be a success.
We are looking for someone with the following personal attributes, skills and behaviours:
• English Language & Maths Level 1 qualifications - GCSE at Grade D / 3 or above or equivalent Level 1 Functional Skills (Predicted Grade or Obtained)
• A genuine interest in music and broad knowledge of various types of musical instruments
• Communication skills - listening, spoken and written
• Flexibility to work some evenings and weekends
• Ability to undertake independent travel across the Tees Valley area.
Please Note – this job role is subject an enhanced (Children’s) DBS Check.
Please outline in your personal statement in your online application how you meet this criteria.
If you are looking for a career where you can make a real difference to others, we welcome an application from you.
ABOUT OUR OFFER: We offer a competitive apprenticeship salary, paid time to attend training, generous annual leave, local government pension and access to a number of other benefits like discounts at high street and online retailers, and health & wellbeing support including access to mental wellbeing support and physiotherapy services. We are committed to supporting you throughout your apprenticeship with a dedicated mentor, and additional training & development opportunities. There is also the potential for you to secure long term employment with the Council upon completion of your qualification, and the ability to also apply for internal vacancies restricted to employees throughout your apprenticeship.
SALARY: We pay our apprentices National Minimum Wage for Age:
• Age 23 and Over: £10.42per hour - £20,103p.a.
• Age 21 to 22: £10.18per hour - £19,640p.a.
• Age 18 to 20: £7.49per hour - £14.450p.a.
• Under 18: £5.28per hour - £10,187p.a.
If you would like an informal discussion about this opportunity, please contact Alan Rutter our Support Service Manager by email: TVARutter@tvms.org.uk or call 01642 603600
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This job is closed for applications.