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Enabling better lives...

APM is a diverse international business with a strong ongoing commitment to improving the economic and social wellbeing of our communities through various prime or sub-provider contracts.

Every day provides an opportunity to help other people to develop new skills, find work or progress within their chosen career. It's what makes APM an exciting and rewarding place to work, but don’t just take our word for it…

Four simple things to consider before applying to become an APMer... 

1. About you:

Are you ready to enable better lives by creating opportunities for positive change? If so, APM has an exciting new opportunity that will allow you to do what you do best!

As well as an upbeat, can-do attitude and a passion to succeed, you will be an adept communicator with the ability to influence, persuade and listen to others effectively, whilst upholding APM’s policies and procedures at all times.

Above all, you will be passionate about supporting people and maximising life opportunities within a values-based culture - it's part of the DNA of all APMers!

2. About the benefits:

As well as a rewarding career, you can also expect to receive a competitive salary and 25 days annual leave per year (pro rata for our part time employees).

APM recognises that people want to feel successful both at home and at work, and therefore, we offer staff a variety of lifestyle and welfare benefits including: a health care cash plan; employee assistance programme; pension scheme; life assurance; and amazing opportunities for professional development. In addition, expenses may be paid for business travel if the role is peripatetic.

3. Hours:

Unless otherwise stated the roles are Full Time, 37.00 hours per week, Monday to Thursday, 9.00 am to 5.30 pm and Friday, 9.00 am to 5.00 pm with an hour for lunch each day. Some flexibility may be afforded depending on the nature of the role and contractual needs.

4. How to Apply:

If you want to join a team dedicated to improving over 1 million lives by 2020, we want to hear from you!

For every application we require a completed Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form which can be found HERE and the relevant application form which can be found in the details for each vacancy.

Please note that the successful applicant will be subject to a Disclosure Check in line with APM's commitment to safeguarding.

Applications should be sent to: APM HR Department, Unit 35 & 40, Newtown Shopping Centre Newtown, Birmingham, B19 2SS (or via e-mail to recruitment@apm-uk.co.uk unless stated).

Mentors - NCS Autumn Programme (September- December 2017)

Are you ready to participate in the Autumn 2017 NCS programme, a life changing experience for young people across the UK? We would be delighted to have you on board!

“The National Citizen Service (NCS) is a once in a lifetime, part residential experience open to all 15-17 year olds. The programme helps young people build skills for work and life whilst taking on exciting challenges, making new friends and contributing to their community.

We need inspirational people to assist our programme delivery staff, act as role-models and mentor participants. Mentors can support the personal and professional development of young people, gain new skills and make their C.V. stand out next summer. We’ll even throw in some fun, food and a residential!"

We now have opportunities available for positive and dedicated Mentors to join our team on this exciting new contract to change lives:-

“My NCS experience is something I will always treasure and has opened new opportunities, confidence, friends and memories to last a lifetime! I took part in activities I would never imagined of doing and I'm a much happier person!”

About the Role:

Working alongside the NCS Programme Delivery Team, you will act as an appropriate role model and programme ambassador. You will motivate and empower young people to engage in activities that will facilitate their growth in confidence, raise aspirations and assist in the realisation and achievement of their potential.

Locations:

Staffordshire, Worcestershire and Telford and Wrekin (locations for the PGL and University sites)

Salary: Senior Mentor £11.02ph

                        Mentor £8.40ph

About You:

As well as an upbeat, can-do attitude and a passion to positively impact young lives, you will also be a motivational individual and be able to empower and engage young people.

Your ability to coach and mentor young people will be fundamental to this role and therefore something you have a real passion for.

You must be interested in working with young people and supporting their development through the programme.

You will also be able to demonstrate the following skills in addition to the relevant job description requirements;

Please click HERE to access the Job Description for Mentor and HERE for Senior Mentor which include full information relating to the requirements of the roles.

Click HERE to access and complete an Application Form for Mentor and HERE for Senior Mentor.

Case Workers

About the Role:

An opportunity has arisen for experienced Case Workers to join the team working on the Working Capital Contract delivering employment services and holistic, personalised integrated services to ESA claimants.

Location:

This is a peripatectic role and the successful candidate must be flexible to travel as will be supporting individuals across the following 8 London boroughs:
-Lambeth
-Camden
-Islington
-Southwark
-Wandsworth
-Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea
-City of Westminister
-City of London

Salary: £25,000.00- £28,000.00 per annum

Full details of this role are contained Job Description available by clicking here. Please click here  to access and complete the Application Form

APM has an exciting new opportunity for an experienced Training Coordinator to join our team!

APM are looking for an experienced Training Coordinator to deliver the Apprenticeship Framework across the West Midlands to 16 + learners on the Work Based Learning contract within APM.

The successful candidate must possess the required REC certificate to enable them to deliver through Skills First & REC. Be in possession of the relevant Assessor qualification (A1, TAQA or equivalent).

Purpose of the Role:

With a passion for working with others and supporting learners towards maximising their full potential, you will take responsibility for managing a caseload of learners, creating a bespoke and meaningful lesson plan and schedule of learning to support and motivate learners towards achieving qualifications, stretching their learning, increasing their knowledge and capabilities and supporting them while they evolve intellectually and professionally.

About the Role:

You will be responsible for delivering work-based development and accreditation programmes that meet the requirements of funding authorities, learners and business clients and to deliver development solutions through one-to-one assessment and coaching in line with APM’s quality standards, performance and productivity targets.

You should be able to demonstrate the following skills and knowledge as a Training Coordinator/Recruitment Assessor: 

Above all else, you will be an enthusiastic ‘go-getter’, approachable and adaptable you’ll thrive within a values based culture.   Please refer to the job description for further details.

Interview Date: To be confirmed.

How to Apply:

If you want to join a team dedicated to improving over 1 million lives by 2020, we want to hear from you! Please complete this Application form and  and provide a copy of your CV. All documentation to be return to recruitment@apm-uk.co.uk

Applications need to be sent for the attention of: Sobia Nazir, APM HR Department, Unit 35 & 40, Newtown Shopping Centre Newtown,

APM have exciting new opportunities for experienced Training Coordinator's to join our team!- Rolling recruitment *

APM are looking for experienced generalist Training Coordinator's who have competency in Health and Social Care and it would be advantageous if you are able to deliver in other sectors/ disciplines; Business Admin, Rec, Warehousing.

The purpose of the role is to coordinate the successful completion of Apprenticeship Framework  for learners aged 16 +.

With a passion for working with others and supporting learners towards maximising their full potential, you will take responsibility for managing a caseload of learners, creating a bespoke and meaningful lesson plan and schedule of learning to support and motivate learners towards achieving qualifications, stretching their learning, increasing their knowledge and capabilities and supporting them while they evolve intellectually and professionally.

The successful candidate must be in possession of the relevant Assessor qualification (A1, TAQA or equivalent) and would be advantageous if you could deliver Level 5.

About the Role:
You will be working closely with internal and external stakeholders, while delivering a range of quality provisions through one to one assessment and coaching in line with following code of practice and / or the agreed procedure of any awarding bodies. You will also use creativity to develop training materials to train, motivate and support learners on programmes towards achieving qualifications including Apprenticeships and NVQ’s within a sector specific area in variety of locations and environments / organisations.

Working within a fast-paced, results driven and rewarding environment, no two days will be the same and make no mistake, you’ll be joining the APM skills team in what is an extremely exciting and busy time as we embark on new contracts and opportunities for further growth and development in the sector.

About You:
As well as an upbeat, can-do attitude and a passion to positively impact young lives, you will also be a motivational individual who can demonstrate a robust knowledge of employment, social and economic issues that young people face.

You should be able to demonstrate the following skills and knowledge as a generalist Training Coordinator and Assessor:
• Assessor Award (A1/TAQA/D32/33 or equivalent)
• Relevant Teaching Qualification (desirable)
• Health and Social Care
• Knowledge of delivering Apprenticeship Framework
• Strong occupational competence over different sectors
• Ability and desire to work autonomously and not require micromanagement
• Excellent attention to detail/Time management skills
• Passion for people development
• Full UK Driving License and use of own vehicle

Above all else, you will be an enthusiastic ‘go-getter’, approachable and adaptable you’ll thrive within a values based culture.

Please refer to the job description for further details.

How to Apply:
If you want to join a team dedicated to improving over 1 million lives by 2020, we want to hear from you!

If you want to join a team dedicated to improving over 1 million lives by 2020, we want to hear from you! Please complete this Application form and  and provide a copy of your CV. All documentation to be return to recruitment@apm-uk.co.uk

Applications need to be sent for the attention of: Sobia Nazir, APM HR Department, Unit 35 & 40, Newtown Shopping Centre Newtown, Birmingham, B19 2SS or alternatively, Sobia.Nazir@APM-uk.co.uk.

*Please note that this advert is part of a rolling recruitment programme and applications are reviewed on a 4-6 weekly basis and should you be shortlisted you will be contacted directly to arrange an interview.

We currently have 2 opportunities for the South Yorkshire region.

Financial Controller

Are you passionate about making a difference? If so, APM has an exciting opportunity for a Financial Controller that will allow you to do what you do best and work alongside a dedicated team!
The Financial Controller will be responsible for managing the day-to-day finances of the Company, ensuring timely and accurate financial reporting, operation of the Treasury function and contributing towards the company’s long term strategy, delivering profitable growth to meet shareholder objectives.
About the Role:
The Financial Controller will be an integral part of the Finance Team with main responsibilities of:
• Managing the finance function, including supervision, mentoring and development of accounting staff
• Establishing and maintaining financial integrity of the group
• Ensure management Accounts and financial reports are compiled accurately to be presented to the board, shareholders and regulators
• Daily management of the treasury facility and working capital of the business
• Liaison with funders
• Ensuring the company complies with the requirements of law, regulations and other authorities, including the completion of regulatory reports including but not limited to FCE and Bank of England
• Coordination and completion of relevant returns to HMRC
• Ad-hoc projects
About You:
You’ll be someone who has an upbeat, can-do attitude and a passion to succeed, you will be an adept communicator with the ability to influence, persuade and listen to others effectively.
You should be able to demonstrate the following skills and knowledge as a Financial Controller:
• Hold a recognised professional qualification (ICAEW, ACCA, CIMA or equivalent)
• Have financial services experience and previous experience of managing staff
• Have working understanding of company law and regulation – including FCA reporting
• Have the ability to use financial information to influence decision making
• Have financial understanding of the running of a company
• Mortgage lender experience is desirable.
 
Above all else, you will be an enthusiastic ‘go-getter’, approachable and adaptable. You’ll thrive within a values based culture.
Why APM?
Also includes a competitive renumeration package
Expiry Date: 28/07/2017
 
How to Apply: Please forward your CV to sobia.nazir@apm-uk.co.uk

NCS Contact Centre Advisor Part Time (25 hours)

An opportunity has arisen for the role of Contact Centre Advisor within APM’s Contact Centre, West Bromwich.

About the Role:
The successful candidate will have responsibility for all Contact Centre support or Sales backgrounds to APM’s customer base. You will be required to engage with employers and customers on a regular basis to encourage and support in the sustainability of employment.

You will need to ensure that your levels of customer’s service are at a constant high level and should be maintained throughout the contract.

This is a busy and highly varied role and will require you to see all of your proven skills and behaviours to think on your feet and work in a fast-paced environment where no two days will be the same.

About You:
You will have experience of working within a fast paced Contact Centre environment or a sales background. Your ability to organise effectively, prioritise and apply attention to detail will be fundamental to this role and therefore something you have a real passion for.

You will also be able to demonstrate the following skills in addition to the relevant job description requirements:
• Exceptional communication skills
• Excellent written and spoken English
• High standards of customer service and professional manner
• Confident with IT packages, specifically Excel, Word and Outlook
• Great attention to detail
• Ability to prioritise own workload and manage own time

Hours:
This is a part time opportunity working between Monday to Friday 4-9 pm. This may also involve some Saturday work 10am to 3pm.

Salary:£17,737 (pro rated)

How to Apply:
Should you be interested in this role please complete this Application Form alongside this Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form.

Interest need to be sent for the attention of: Kul Benning, APM HR Department, Unit 35 & 40, Newtown Shopping Centre Newtown, Birmingham, B19 2SS or via e-mail to kulvinder.benning@apm-uk.co.uk.

Closing Date: 21st July 2017

Interview Date: 2nd August 2017

Marketing Apprentice

Do you fancy working for an international organisation that enables thousands of better lives each year? Do you have creative flair and a thirst for knowledge? Have you always wanted an opportunity to shine in a friendly, professional department where you can learn and develop skills across a variety of functions including Marketing & Communications, Sales and new business?  If you are answering “yes” to these questions, we have an apprenticeship opportunity that you won’t want to miss out on!

About the Role:

You will be responsible for the administration and support for the effective and efficient execution of marketing and business development activities. You will work closely with internal and external stakeholders and will be sourcing, creating and uploading content for APM communications, website and social media. As well as primary and secondary market research to support new business development and campaign development.

It is an exciting role.

Location: Newtown,Birmingham

About You:

As well as an upbeat, can-do attitude and a passion to succeed, you will be an adept communicator with good telephone manner and good IT skills. Also, an interest in marketing, creative writing, design and campaigns.

The Apprenticeship will also allow you to undertake and complete an NVQ Level 2 in Marketing or Business Administration.

Please see job description for further details.

Why APM?

 How to Apply:

 Please forward your CV to recruitment@apm-uk.co.uk.

Closing Date: 28th July 2017

 

 

 

 

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