GB Railfreight Ltd

  • Commercial Apprentice

    Job Locations UK-London
    Posted Date 1 week ago(6/8/2018 7:34 AM)
    ID
    2018-1228
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Commercial
  • Overview

    We are currently seeking a Commercial Apprentice to join our team in London. This is an exciting opportunity for someone looking to kick start their career in a Commercial environment.

    Working under the supervision of a Contract Manager you will learn how contracts are managed, have interaction with customers and attend meetings for an exciting project GBRf are launching this year.

    We are looking for someone confident with a professional attitude and a keen eye for detail.

    Whilst in the role you will be supported to complete an NVQ relevant to the role and will be provided with comprehensive on-the-job training. The successful applicant will be paid a salary of £12,000 per annum throughout the course of their apprenticeship.

    Responsibilities

    • Attending customer meetings with GBRf's Contract Manager. Making notes and following up on any actions.
    • Oversee the data element and background work that goes into managing customer contracts . Collate KPI figures for the team and documenting improvement measures
    • Reviewing daily billing with the customer under the supervision of a contract manager
    • Liaise with GBRf's Control department with regards to the contract outputs and day to day management

    Qualifications

    We are looking for a positive individual with good written and verbal communications skills and a good eye for detail.

    You must have a minimum on 3 GCSE's (or equivalent) at Grade A-C including English and Maths.

    We are looking for good influencing and negotiation skills and a can do attitude.

    Applicants must be flexible to travel to our locations across the country on occasions.

     

    If you are interested in this role please apply before the closing date of 17th August 2018

     

     

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