Highly paid Apprenticeship role opens with one of Cornwall’s top employers

An Apprenticeship role has been developed with one of Cornwall’s best-known companies that will give the successful applicant a unique insight into the workings of a busy brewery operation.

The award-winning St Austell Brewery has launched the Business Administration Inventory Collector Apprentice position, in conjunction with Truro and Penwith College.

Successful applicants will not only be joining the popular family-run business, but will also be earning one the highest paid Level 3 Apprenticeship wages currently available as they learn to run a major distribution depot and network that now spans across the South West, from Bath and Bristol down as far as the Isles of Scilly.

Richard Parkes, Learning and Development Manager at St Austell Brewery, said: “Monitoring and maintaining current inventory across our depots is key to successful logistics and ensuring that our customers and suppliers demands are met. This apprenticeship is a great opportunity for someone wishing to gain an insight into a large organisation’s distribution and logistics network and operations.

“At St Austell Brewery, we see the value of training people from within, developing skills and opportunities for career progression in many diverse roles across the company. Apprenticeships permeate at many levels enabling our teams to get a balance of work-based skills and current industry knowledge with support of our Apprenticeship partners such as Truro and Penwith College.”

Tom Moran, Customer Relations Manager at Truro and Penwith College, says the brewery will no doubt receive many applications for the role.

“The College is committed to working with outstanding employers who value Apprentices along-side other full-time employees, offering them quality careers and a fantastic level of experience,” he began. “The level of pay on offer for this role demonstrates that St Austell Brewery share our views and understand the benefits Apprentices bring to an organisation. The level of wage, and fact that Apprenticeships are now open to people who have previously trained to any level leads me to believe they will receive some very competitive applications for this role.”

For more information about this Apprenticeship, visit http://ow.ly/pfDd30inaxe or to take a look at all current vacancies with some of Cornwall’s top employers, visit: https://www.truro-penwith.ac.uk/apprenticeshipjobs.