Andrews on hunt for apprentices
Andrews' chief executive has donned the hat of Sir Alan Sugar to launch his own version of The Apprentice.
The Bristol-based agency boss, Michael Robson (pictured, back row, with Andrews staff) is inviting candidates of all ages and backgrounds to apply for the Andrews Apprenticeship scheme, inspired by the BBC's The Apprentice show. This could include individuals simply looking to pursue a new career. Successful scheme participants will be offered a salary of between £14,000 and £16,000, plus the chance to earn up to £4,000 in bonuses.
He says: “This is the first time we have held open days for Andrews Apprentices. Successful candidates will be based in local branches to them and will begin a bespoke 12-month training scheme in October. The programme will take our apprentices through everything they need to know to become a trainee estate agent and Andrews will sponsor and support them through their technical exams.”
Andy Greetham, managing director of the group’s estate agency business, says: “We are not looking for someone who has necessarily worked in the property sector before. We want to find people with passion, who have the drive to succeed and work hard.”
The deadline for entries is August 31.
- Sales, Marketing, IT, Finance, Customer Service and New Product Development roles available
- See individual specifications for details
- The Digital Property Group
- Associate Director
- Mayfair, London
- Hamptons International
- Property Sales, Managers, Negotiators and Coordinators
- Excellent Salary
- Smith & Ken
- Lettings Negotiator
- Wimbledon Village
- Robert Holmes