Apprentice Project Coordinator

Employer: Energy Assets - Sheffield
Weekly pay: £323
Closing date: 30 June 2019
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Short description

Fantastic opportunity to work within a leading utilities business. You will have the opportunity to progress after your apprenticeship within this company as progression and training is a high priority. You will need a good knowledge of Microsoft office suite and organisational skills for this administration role.

Full description

Providing administration support for commercial metering activities. To assist in the timely delivery and billing of projects. Ensure that operational SLAs are met or exceeded.


  • Provide an effective and professional interface for Exoteric Clients and Partners, supporting the Operations team in the delivery of exoteric services.
  • Provide a timely and accurate response to enquiries from customers (shippers, suppliers, developers and other end users) and to ensure SLA's and KPIs are met.
  • To ensure that information is accurately recorded and that industry processes are followed, particularly relating to GT1, GT2 and GSC processes.
  • To ensure that information is accurately recorded and that industry processes are followed, GT1, GSC and MF3/On job processes in particular.
  • Process contractor invoices to ensure prompt payment.
  • Ordering of stock materials and sundries. Liaising with the technical managers to provide soft spares for maintenance.
  • Provide routine data checks for both asset records and data loggers to ensure robustness of system and highlight issues.
  • Gather quotations from service partners, validating for completeness and liaising with Technical Managers as required. Corporate:
  • To take reasonable care for the health and safety of yourself and others persons who may be affected by your acts and omissions as laid down in the organisation's Health and Safety Policy, and to comply with all health and safety legislation as appropriate.
  • To participate actively in supporting the principles of equality of opportunity as laid down in the organisation's Equal Opportunities Pol

Preferably educated to NVQ level 2, GCSE or equivalent standard of education.


A general understanding of corporate health and safety regulations and Group policies.

Utility experience - metering and/or I&C market is beneficial but not essential.

Experience in the delivery of excellent customer service

Experience in developing and maintaining relationships at all levels with external and internal customers

A broad knowledge of standard IT applications and in depth knowledge of those applications relevant to the duties being performed

Experience of working independently and dealing with unforeseen problems and circumstances.

Attention to detail.

Computer literate - in particular, appropriate knowledge of corporate systems.

Excellent written and verbal communication skills

Ability to meet deadlines



Understands the importance of targets and is active in target setting and meeting. Shows a positive “can do” attitude in the face of challenge. Enjoys and strives for success.


Flexible and adaptable with a capability of grasping new ideas quickly and enthusiastically. Accepting of change at work. Not afraid to operate outside constraints of normal role nor to tackle issues never before encountered.


Capable of conveying less straightforward information clearly and concisely whether verbally, in writing or by telephone.

Applicants will be required to attend an Assessment Centre with Vision Apprentices as part of the screening process.

The employer reserves the right to close this vacancy early should a suitable candidate be identified prior to the published closing date

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