Operational Delivery Apprenticeship (Hull City Parks and Open Spaces Department) - Hull City Council
The Parks & Open Spaces Department are seeking to recruit a highly motivated Apprentice to work alongside the Pearson Park Community Health & Engagement Ranger. This is an exciting opportunity for an individual who wishes to develop their knowledge and skills in this area of work.
Weekly wage: £144.30
Working week: Monday to Friday. Shifts to be confirmed.
Total hours per week: 37.00
Expected duration: 18 months
Possible start date: 09 Sep 2019
Apprenticeship level: Advanced
Reference number: VAC001566223
Operation Delivery Officers have a vital role with Hull City Council.
Roles include bringing data and evidence together and making sure it is correct.
You may also be considering applications, analysing information and making decisions.
Work with the Pearson Park Community Health & Engagement Ranger (CHER) to:
- Attend meetings and work with volunteers and both internal and external organisations
- Gain knowledge of relevant Council procedures and practices
- Prepare and set up resources and equipment, as required by the site users, for a range of activities and events (e.g. exhibitions, craft workshops, educational materials for school visits, sports clubs, gardening, etc.)
- Assist with the planning and delivery of small and large scale activities and events (e.g. festivals, music and theatre events, nature walks, oral history projects, children’s bowling sessions, visitor surveys, etc.)
- Gain knowledge and experience of some relevant ICT Systems
- Gain knowledge of site programme, events and bookings
- Process customer details, using paper and electronic data base records to enable effective monitoring
- Assist in producing promotional and marketing materials (e.g. posters, social media, etc.)
- Undertake a range of training (e.g. horticultural skills, oral history, sports instructor, First Aid, Health & Safety risk assessments, social media, marketing and web development, monitoring and evaluation, etc.)
- Deal with customer queries and complaints
- Liaise with departmental staff in order to provide an efficient and responsive clerical support service
- Understand office practices and procedures
- Gain knowledge and experience of some ICT Systems applicable in the delivery of Service Support
- Gain knowledge and experience of processing orders & bookings system
- Will also gain experience of working with the Wyke Area team supporting the local councillors and on reception in the office at Earle House
- Gain knowledge of and a commitment to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and/or vulnerable adults
- Literacy & Numeracy skills
- IT skills and working knowledge of Microsoft Office
- Good level of organisational skills
- Excellent customer services and communication skills
- Ability to work well as part of a team
- Confident manner dealing with people
- Ability to work accurately and pay attention to detail
- Self-motivating and able to work independently, as well as working and contributing to a team
- Polite and well-mannered
Maths & English Functional Skills Level 2/GCSE Grade 4 (or equivalent) and above
Potential to progress to potential future job opportunities for the successful candidate.
Things to consider
Able to work occasional evenings and weekends if required at events/activities.
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