Business Administration Apprentice

Business Administration Apprentice Job Description Template

Our company is looking for a Business Administration Apprentice to join our team.


  • Working as part of a team to meet deadlines and targets;
  • Providing excellent customer service;
  • Website Management including landing pages;
  • Communicating messages to colleagues;
  • Dealing with inbound and outbound enquires via phone and email;
  • Inputting data and formulating excel spreadsheets;
  • General Administration duties including filing, archiving, stationary and consumable stock control;
  • Keeping kitchen and office supplies are well stocked following the Purchase Order Procedure;
  • Attending networking meetings to expand their personal and professional networks;
  • Ensuring all co-workers information is added to the system;
  • Greeting colleagues and visitors at reception, ensuring they sign in and out, using the signing-in book;
  • Assisting with the management and hosting of community events;
  • Fully participating in team activities and the regular team meetings;
  • Processing daily payments from hot deskers;
  • Assisting with maintaining our social media networks on Facebook, Twitter, Linked In and Instagram following the Social Media Marketing Calendar.


  • Good telephone manner;
  • Computer Literate;
  • Good communication skills;
  • Excellent attention to detail;
  • GCSE English and Maths A*- C;
  • No experience is required as full training is provided;
  • Strong written communication skills with excellent spelling and grammar;
  • A positive and hardworking attitude;
  • Communication Skills: The ability to communicate with stakeholders at various levels within an organisation;
  • Must be able to work under pressure;
  • Problem Solving skills: Identify problems, generate and form ideas to resolve issues;
  • Minimum 5 GCSEs at grade C or above;
  • Previous administration experience or experience in an office environment would be desirable but is not essential;
  • Ability to follow process: Working to a process to achieve an outcome and/or identify improvements to existing processes;
  • Strong attention to detail.