• Level 3 (Advanced)
  • London

NCS

We’re looking for an individual to join NCS’s team as their new NCS Graduate Apprentice. NCS is a government-backed programme established in 2011 to help build a more cohesive, mobile and engaged society. Throughout your time with the organisation, you will be providing overall support to a variety of teams. An NCS Graduate is someone who has completed the NCS programme (not a university graduate).

A typical day

  • Coordinate and evolve ‘Grad Talk’ – a monthly opportunity to bring Grads (individuals who have completed the NCS programme) into our London office and engage with our employees
  • Work with team Coordinators to support and develop our Grad journeys
  • Support the Graduate team to meet our Extension Phase objectives
  • Support other departments to bring the voice of our Graduates into the organisation through events and questionnaires
  • Provide administrative support for Projects. With the possibility to develop into project coordination
  • Raise POs for the Programme Department
  • Visit our partners and accurately capture Grad activity
  • Handle multiple PR/Media requests for NCS Grads
  • Monitor and respond to queries/requests via the Grad inbox
  • Post certificates and validate DofE requests
  • Maintain a complete list of NCS Grad involvement, including basic Salesforce reporting
  • Book travel and accommodation
  • Coordinate and process expenses
  • Provide administration support to the team
  • Attend events in a supervisory role

You must have

  • Five GCSE grades C – A* (4-9) or equivalent, including English and Maths

Skills needed

Communication
Initiative
Teamwork
  • A working knowledge of the NCS programme and its Grad community
  • Ability to collaborate as a team player
  • Ability to prioritise and work diligently to a clear deadline
  • Ability to manage own workload
  • ‘Can do’ attitude
  • Eagerness to develop and learn quickly
  • Drive to further understand NCS in a wider context across other teams
  • Awareness of and commitment to the NCS ethos and principles
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