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The Parliamentary Academy is currently recruiting for the next round of apprentices. See below for details on how you can apply:
If you would like to find details on how you can apply to be a trainee in the constituency office of Caroline Dineage MP then please click here.
(NB the successful candidate will be based in Gosport, near Portsmouth)
Job Title: Parliamentary Trainee
Location: Houses of Parliament, Westminster
Closing Date: 25th April 2012
Duration:12 months Business and Administration Apprenticeship
Hours: Monday to Thursday (9.00am – 5.00pm)
This 12 month apprenticeship scheme combines ‘on the job’ training, working for an MP in their office, with a formal qualification in Business & Administration. There are opportunities with MPs from all major political parties.Successful candidates will work Monday to Thursday in an office assistant role. Once a fortnight you will take part in workshops and carryout your study towards an NVQ Level 2/3 Business & Administration qualification. For further information on the Parliamentary Academy Apprenticeship scheme please contact Simon on 020 7845 5835.
To play an important support role within a parliamentary office. Completing a course of study and obtaining work related professional qualifications. We are looking for Parliamentary Trainees with a keen interest in politics. The successful candidate will display a can-do attitude.
Roles & responsibilities:
Required abilities and experience:
Candidates must be aged 16-24.
GCSE Maths and English at grade A*-C (GCSE certificates will be required)
Previous experience in an administrator role is desirable but not necessary.
GCSE ICT at A*-C desirable but not necessary.
NB – candidates with a degree/level 4 qualification are NOT eligible for government funding
Email CV and covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
In your covering letter please answer the following questions:
You will be invited to an initial interview where we will go through your CV and you will have a first interview. Successful candidates will be invited to a briefing session before being invited to interview with an MP.
25 April 2012 Closing date for vacancies
4 May 2012 Initial Interviews to be held
9 May 2012 Briefing Session
14 May 2012 Interviews with MPs to be held
21 May 2012 Successful Candidates start in MPs’ offices