Apprentice Fleet Administrator

9 August 2022
£9,279 - £18,328 / year

Job Description

About the employer:

 Nottingham City Council formed a partnership in 2010 to deliver HR, payroll and finance transactional shared services. Supported by state of the art technology, the shared service offers a sustainable solution to deliver more efficient, cost effective services and a technical platform from which new ways of working can continually be developed and delivered. EMSS brings a more customer centric way of working, it adopts a more efficient approach to delivering services and by sharing the knowledge and investment, the risk of failure to each council is minimised.  It is also designed to make these benefits and opportunities available to other public sector organisations to share across a wider base the financial gains that the partnership has enjoyed.

About the role:

Are you:
 
Interested in earning money AND gaining a Nationally recognised qualification?
Wanting to work for a great Council that supports your development, will give you a great annual leave entitlement plus access to benefits saving you £££’s on things like holidays, cinema tickets, high street vouchers and much more?
Passionate about making a difference to the City and people of Nottingham?

We are looking for an Apprentice who will commit to our organisation, are able to demonstrate a great work ethic and want to develop and enhance their skills.

Functions within the service are Fleet Management (which is classed as vehicle and driver management) and can include a range of functions, such as vehicle procurement, leasing and financing, licensing and compliance and accident management; vehicle telematics (tracking and diagnostics), driver management, speed management, fuel management, health and safety management, and vehicle re-marketing.
 
Fleet Management is a function which allows organisations like Nottingham City Council which rely on fleet operations in the organisation to remove or minimise the risks associated with vehicle investment, improving efficiency, productivity and reducing the overall fleet operations costs, and providing 100% compliance with government legislation (duty of care) and many more.
 
The successful candidate will work as part of a team to train and learn the extensive requirements of vehicle procurement and disposal for the Councils fleet and assets. They will work to ensure competency and skill is obtained to ensure compliance with statutory legislation, the legal requirements of the Councils Operator Licence, DVSA requirements and internal Council policies and procedures.

Hours of work:


Full Time , Hours per week – 37

How to apply:

To apply visit EMSS Jobsite – East Midlands Shared Services

Employee benefits:

 will give you a great annual leave entitlement plus access to benefits saving you £££’s on things like holidays cinema tickets, high street vouchers and much more.

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