Apprenticeships & Early Careers
Higher Apprentice – Project Management
Transformation and Reform
Contract: Fixed Term
Salary: £17,186 (based on current rates) per annum
Hours: 36.66 per week
Based: Civic Centre, West Street, Oldham OL1 1NL (currently home working until further notice)
Closing Date: Wednesday 3rd March 2021
Shortlisting & Interview Dates: TBC.
Oldham Council’s Transformation and Reform Service provides programme and project support to a wide range of service areas within the Council and its wider partnerships.
As an apprentice working in project management, you will have the opportunity to be involved in the whole lifecycle of a project, from when a transformation need is identified through to handing over the finished project. You will support a number of different projects and have involvement in large-scale, complex programmes.
This is an excellent opportunity for someone interested in developing a career in project management while helping to make a positive impact for the residents of Oldham.
To succeed in this role you will need as a minimum:
Oldham is committed to developing a Co-operative future; one where citizens, partners and staff work together to improve the borough. Anyone joining the council is coming into an ambitious organisation with big plans. We are working hard to build a brighter future for our borough and we need people from a wide range of backgrounds to continue delivering the best for our communities.
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