Five apprenticeships in Hackney Council housing service open to candidates
You can earn money, learn new skills and gain a good qualification with the Council’s housing service apprenticeship scheme, which is currently recruiting for five posts.
The tenancy and leasehold department is looking for young people aged between 16 and 24 years old, who live in Hackney, and have a minimum of four GCSE grades A-C, including maths and English, to become apprentices.
To apply for one of five apprenticeships posts, click on these links:
Apprentices are offered a structured training programme, which will give them the opportunity to learn and understand housing management services, and can achieve an NVQ Level 2 or 3 in housing.
The programme includes a range of in-house training, working alongside qualified Council staff, and attending college to gain a formal qualification. The apprenticeship is for a one year, which will give successful candidates an opportunity to pursue a career in housing.
Luqmaan Khan, 23, a first year housing trainee apprentice, said: “The housing apprenticeship has been a step into the real world with opportunities left and right. I have been able to work with individuals who have vast amounts of knowledge and experience in a diverse role. Getting a hands-on opportunity with a qualification and a salary is the complete package!”
Zowie Dawson, 24, credit controller, added: “I joined income services in September 2014 and completed my apprenticeship in September 2015, gaining NVQ Level 2 in housing.
“I now have successfully secured a position as a credit controller, which I love as it is within an income service based role, which allows me to develop skills in communication and negotiation.”
The closing date for applications in 29 August. To apply, follow the links above.