Contract Monitoring Support Apprentice - 2 years fixed term contract
The Contract Management team is a long-standing team which was established to ensure that our contracted services deliver the highest quality and provide value for money in an increasingly austere financial environment.
We are looking for two dynamic individuals who will support us in meeting the challenges of improving services and modernising our commissioned services so that we are fit for the future.
This is an exciting time to join us as a higher level apprentice!
- You will gain detailed understanding of a complex inner London local authority whilst studying for a qualification in Commercial Procurement and Supply.
- We will work with you so that you are able to advise, support and co-deliver projects both within the Commissioning unit and the Contract Management team.
- Looking outwards as well as across the council, you will work with finance, legal, housing, education and procurement to ensure the highest standard of within commissioning. What we want from you is commitment, a can do attitude and the skills to administer change effectively.
At the end of your studies, you will have an excellent overview of the Council and the range of services that it delivers. This may well lead you to choose a career path that you didn’t expect, an excellent track record of service delivery, experience that is second-to-none and an accredited and highly-sought-after qualification in Commercial Procurement and Supply.
Closing Date: 3 June 2018
Interview Dates 21 - 22 June 2018
£45,000 to £55,000 paLondon Bridge, Waterloo SE1£44,000 to £50,000 paSouthwark£47,000 to £50,000 paSouthwark
£22,000 to £25,000 paSouthwarkSalary to be confirmed upon applicationPeckham SE15Salary to be confirmed upon applicationPeckham
£19,000 paSouthwark£20,000 paSouthwark£44,000 to £50,000 paSouthwark
Salary to be confirmed upon applicationBermondsey, Southwark, SE1Salary to be confirmed upon applicationBermondsey, Southwark, SE1
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