Apprentice Business Administrator

Department of Psychiatry, University of Oxford

Oxford, South East England, United Kingdom

Salary: Apprentice Grade 1: £17,079 p.a. (salary progression through successful completion of the programme)

Working under the direction of the Graduate Studies Administrator and the Director of Graduate Studies, your primary responsibility will be to assist with the administration of the Department’s expanding postgraduate courses. You will also provide cover and flexibly assist in the duties of the busy reception office.

Becoming an Apprentice at the University of Oxford is an excellent opportunity to gain practical experience and training. For more information

You will be required to complete an 18 month training programme that will cover all aspects of the role and will be delivered through in-house training, as well as day-release or other distance learning methods delivered by Abingdon and Witney College. You will complete a Level 3 Business Administration Apprenticeship.

College attendance and successful completion of these studies is an essential requirement of this Apprenticeship

You should have a minimum of four GCSE’s at grade 4 and above, including English and Maths and demonstrate an enthusiasm and aptitude for the skills taught in the Apprenticeship.

This role will not attract sufficient points to obtain a sponsored Tier 2 visa under the points-based immigration system, however applications are welcome from candidates who don’t currently have the right to work in the UK, but who would be eligible to obtain a visa via another route.

Please direct informal enquiries about this post to the Apprenticeship Team at Abingdon and Witney College: tel: 01235 216 216 or email:

To apply for this opportunity you will need to register for an account with the government’s “Find an apprenticeship” service, if you don’t have one already. Please use this link:

Only applications received before 12.00 noon on 5 June 2019 can be considered.

Please apply via recruiter’s website.

Quote Reference: University of Oxford-itox_ac-140623