Bradley Environmental Consultants are delighted to announce that due to the continued success of our company, coupled with the benefits offered by the Government funded Apprenticeship Scheme, a vacancy has arisen for a Fleet Administrator Apprentice at our Head Office in Halesowen.

vacancy fleet adminThe role is based on a 40-hour week and the starting wage will be £7.00 per hour, with an equivalent salary of £14,560.00 pa. This salary will be reviewed, based on performance, at 3-month intervals with a view to achieving an hourly rate of at least £12.00 per hour before the 18-month apprenticeship is complete.

The role will focus on being coached and trained by our existing Fleet Manager within a busy, fast paced and reactive environment. Our business turns over more than £12 million pa and has over 80 vehicles on fleet.

This exciting opportunity, which will run alongside a Level 3 Business Administration qualification, will allow the candidate to work closely with our existing Fleet Manager, ensuring that our vehicles are maintained effectively and remain roadworthy.

Full training will be provided for all aspects of the role.

The position will mainly entail providing Fleet Support to our drivers, with guidance and coaching from our Fleet Manager, including:

  • Providing vehicle-related support, via phone and e-mail, to our drivers throughout the UK;
  • Day-to-day bookings for MOTs, services and repairs etc;
  • Processing of parking, speeding, and penalty fines
  • Coordinating the delivery of new vehicles at each of our offices;
  • Ensuring that the appropriate vehicle safety checks are carried out by our drivers, and that they are recorded correctly;
  • Organising vehicle rentals, including car-hire when staff are working abroad;
  • Providing support to the Fleet Manager where our vehicles are involved in road traffic accidents;
  • Guidance, coaching and experience of how to negotiate with lease providers and garages, with respect to the costs of repair and maintenance etc;

Our company has a successful track record in recruiting, supporting, and developing apprentices, and in honour of the recent National Apprenticeship Week, we spoke with Naseem, our IT Support Officer, who recently completed his apprenticeship and is now qualified as a Level 3 ICT Support Technician. Since completing his apprenticeship, Naseem has become a full-time employee within our company and is now an essential part of our busy IT Support Team.

Naseem gave us an insight into why he chose to carry out an Apprenticeship as part of his further education:

“I decided to go with an apprenticeship as I prefer hands-on learning and being in the workplace gave me that experience. The staff have welcomed me into the company and my supervisor has helped me a lot during my course by allocating me enough time to do course work. My line manager was also very approachable when I had questions and by running through different scenarios and outcomes, gave me a greater understanding, which benefited my development.

Personally, for me, it was better to apply for an apprenticeship than go to university, because I learnt from the experience and by being in the middle of the workplace environment. So, if you’re a person who prefers the hands-on approach for learning, I would recommend an apprenticeship.”

An apprenticeship includes:

  • Paid employment with paid annual leave;
  • Hands-on experience in the sector/role of interest;
  • At least 20% (8 hours a week) of off-the-job training;
  • Formal assessment, which leads to a nationally recognised qualification;

More information regarding the Apprenticeship Fleet Administrator and application for the position is available at

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