TT Electronics

Business Administration Apprentice

Posted Date 6 months ago(13/12/2022 16:52)
Job ID
United Kingdom
Seniority Level
Entry level
Job Function
Supply Chain & Logistics
Estimated Travel Required
0 - 10%

Company Overview

At TT Electronics, you will meet dedicated people who believe that advanced electronics is the key to a brighter, smarter future.  Whether it’s advanced flight controls, smart surgical tools, intelligent vehicle charging or seamless automation everywhere, advancements like this come from the minds of passionate, creative people – working to a common goal, watching out for each other, and caring about making a difference in the lives of people all over the world. 


Our passion?  Simplifying the development of complex electronics… it’s the reason we exist as an organisation.  Our way of life?  Fostering a culture that values individuals as well as community and teamwork. 


Join us – and work with a team that believes success is measured by more than the bottom line, where you’ll find opportunities to achieve your goals, contribute to the lives of others, and build a brighter, smarter future, together. 

Role Overview and Responsibilities


The Apprentice will be responsible for learning the necessary skills and acquiring the required knowledge, to progress to the role of Supply Chain Co-Ordinator. 


This will be achieved by on-the-job training, learning from the Supply Chain Co-ordinators and Supply Chain Lead, in-house training and by completing the appropriate level of Apprenticeship in Business Administration.


Key Responsibilities

  • Work within the Supply Chain team to help with all administrative duties including all aspects of open order book management (expediting, order confirmations, rescheduling).
  • Learn how to raise purchase orders for requisitions.
  • Learn how to send requests for quotation and review quotations once received.
  • Monitoring and progression of open production orders with Team Leaders.
  • Learn how to work with the relevant Senior Project Manager, Team Leader, Engineer, and other functions within the company to provide Supply Chain support.
  • Learn how to communicate and deal with external suppliers.
  • Undertake training and complete the appropriate level of Apprenticeship (Business Administration).

Qualifications, Skills and Attributes

Core Requirements

  • Minimum of 4 GCSEs at Grade 4 or above, in appropriate subjects, to include Mathematics and English.
  • Strong written English language skills.
  • Willingness to learn and develop new skills through training and acquisition of knowledge.
  • Computer literate and basic use of MS software particularly Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint.
  • Good organisational and planning skills.
  • Excellent attention to detail.


Desireable Skills and Experience

  • Strong comprehension and lateral thinking skills.
  • Open, transparent and able to respond positively to issues and actively seek solutions as necessary.
  • Ability to work to strict deadlines.
  • A completer finisher.
  • Excellent telephone manner.
  • Adaptable and flexible.
  • Good communication skills both written and oral. 
  • Team orientated.
  • Excellent time management / prioritisation skills.


Solving Technology Challenges for a Sustainable World

We want the very best people in our TT family across the globe – so we welcome applications from everyone, to celebrate a diverse mix of experiences, backgrounds and identities. We are committed to equality of opportunity for all and you can rest assured that TT Electronics takes positive steps to ensure we are an inclusive business, that will welcome and support you, from your initial application to wherever your career takes you! Please get in touch if you’d like to discuss any reasonable adjustments to your application, in order that we can accommodate and support you in the process. If you want to work for a company where who you are is valued and respected, we’d love to hear from you.  

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