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Work Placement - Frank Innes

Job description

Do you have an interest in working in a estate agency?  Observing and assisting in the day to day running of a very busy estate agency; from taking customer enquiries to advertising a home for sale or rent and general administration duties.

Details

  • Apply by: 31/07/2017
  • Company: Frank Innes
  • Pay: N/A
  • Working times/day: TBC
  • Location: 44 Low Street, Sutton in Ashfield NG17 1DH
  • Job type: Work placements
  • Job sector: A-levels
  • Employers reference: FRP0212
  • Listing date: 01/12/2016

How to apply

If you would like to apply for this great opportunity please email your interest and availability to Richard P Dillion, richard.dillon@frankinnes.co.uk 

Once you have a confirmed offer, in order to proceed with the work placement you will need to download and complete the following ‘Student/Tutor’ Work Placement Application form. This form must be signed by your tutor.

You can drop off a completed application form to room 4a, Derby Road Campus (the Work Placement Office) or ask your tutor to post internally. Alternatively scan and email a completed application form to workplacement@wnc.ac.uk.

A parental consent form must also be signed and passed to your tutor.

On receipt of your application form the Work Placement Team will ensure the health and safety documentation for your placement is in place. The Work Placement Team will contact you to confirm the placement is approved and ‘ready to go’.

If you need any support completing your application, simply email workplacement@wnc.ac.uk

We encourage you to secure your work placement as soon as possible.

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