Customer Service Apprenticeship

Location
Sheffield, South Yorkshire
Salary
Salary is £11,800 per annum plus bonus
Posted
18 Aug 2017
Closes
13 Sep 2017
Ref
nmc2611432
Contract Type
Contract/Interim
Hours
Full Time

Are you looking for a chance to earn while you learn?

An Apprenticeship with one of the UK’s leading multi-media businesses could be just for you.

Johnston Press serve local communities with news, information and advertising services through a range of digital and print media channels. We are looking to develop talent through our Apprenticeship diploma.

Experience is not necessary, but a positive attitude and a willingness to learn are essential.

You will spend six weeks on an intensive Customer Service programme learning core business, sales and attitudinal skills to help you thrive in a business/sales environment in Sheffield.

Once the training course is completed, successful candidates will continue to be coached through a 10 month apprenticeship role within Johnston Press.

The Role Consists of:

  • Selling online and print classified advertising throughout our markets to business and private customers.

  • Delivering an exceptional customer experience which builds long term profitable relationships.

  • Evaluating customer needs and developing appropriate advertising solutions

  • Working as part of a team to achieve targets, shared goals and objectives

  • Maintaining a professional and consistent performance whilst striving to learn new skills and our portfolio of advertising services.

  • Achieving targeted milestones towards an accredited Modern Apprenticeship, whilst working to attain your JP Apprenticeship diploma within a 12 month period.

If you have good communication skills, are consistent in your approach and willing to learn, this is a fantastic opportunity to build a career in one of the Country’s leading Newspaper Groups

Salary is £11,800 per annum plus bonus, Based in Sheffield.

Please apply by email including an up to date CV to jobs@aos.co.uk

Closing date for applications 13th September 2017