Apprentice Communication Assistant

Posted 18 September by NHS Business Services Authority

GET YOUR CAREER STARTED AS AN APPRENTICE AND EARN WHILE YOU LEARN!!!!

University Hospitals of Leicester have fantastic opportunities for ambitious individuals to join one of the biggest and busiest NHS Trusts in the country. Serving the one million residents of Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland, we have opportunities to work with experienced staff and develop your future career.


Our Commitment to you is to help you gain a Apprenticeship in Junior Content Producerwithin a 15 month contract. Hours of work will be 37.5 hours per week with a salary of £160 p/w. As part of the apprentice scheme, you will have study days which will be discussed at the recruitment day.

The Communications Team is responsible for communicating with staff and the public, branding, marketing, public relations, and social media. We work daily with the local and national media to promote the work of our staff and Trust.

We are looking for someone to be part of our team to support the wide variety of work that the team carries out on a daily basis. You must be comfortable using a computer to perform admin style duties, creating content such as articles and videos, using social media to post stories and pictures from our trust, and keen to expand your skills to help us update our website and intranet.

There is a wealth of opportunities for the person willing to learn new communication, engagement, and social media skills.

If you feel this might be a great opportunity for you, take a full read of the job description and personal specification.

To qualify for the apprenticeship role the minimum criteria is:-

  • that you must have GCSE in English and Maths
  • have not completed an apprenticeship at the same level and sector in the past
  • do not have a Degree in a similar or same subject

For further details / informal visits contact:

Maria O'Brien - Head of Communications

maria.obrien@uhl-tr.nhs.uk

Reference: 40912143

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