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Graduate Management Trainee

Summary Information for vacancy - reference GRAD/01

Department

Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency

Salary

£22106 Per Annum

Location

SA6 7JL, Swansea, Wales

Closing Date

23 April 2010

Interviews start

Not specified

Grade

HEO

Seniority

Middle management

Pay frequency

Monthly

Appointment Terms

Fixed-term contract

Working Arrangement

Full time,Part time

Travel required

Sometimes

No of vacancies

7

Field of work

Operational Delivery

Brief Description

If you think the DVLA is just about tax discs, vehicle registrations and databases, think again. as the landscape continues to change, so does our role within it. We have a growing influence on road safety, an increasing input to transport networks, and a significant impact on reduction of carbon emissions. We also play a major role in crime prevention and reduction. In short, we're a dynamic organisation thats evolving very rapidly. Thats why we need people bursting with fresh ideas and creativity. People with the confidence and personality to challenge and improve the way we do things. People like you.

Vacancy description

The DVLA Graduate Scheme has become an integral part of our talent management strategy. It will take you on a 2-year trip around our organisation in either Business Support or Business Operations, to complete a Core Learning Programme. Each placement will involve you in challenging work-related projects, and you'll develop a wide range of skills while studying for a Diploma in Management Studies. By the end of the Scheme, you will be in a fantastic position to take up a role within DVLA, and to make a sizeable contribution towards our future.

Qualifications

You should hold or expect to hold at least a 2(i) degree by September 2010

Further information

CRB check required - No

Regulated by OCSC - No

Reserved for existing civil servants - No

Reserved for UK nationals - No

How to apply

For more information about our organisation, and to register your interest in applying for our Graduate Scheme, please click on this link www.dvlagraduates.co.uk and we will be back in touch with you soon regarding the full application process.


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