The Omni Group, Apprentice Recruitment Administrator

Positions: x1

Weekly wage: 
£16,500 (317.30) per year, rising to £18,000 (346.15) after six months with potential to rise after first year

Working week: 
Monday – Friday, various shifts between 8 am – 6 pm (40 hours)

Apprenticeship duration: 
18 months 

Apprenticeship level: 
Advanced Level Apprenticeship

London, W6 9AR


Employer description 
Established in 1980, The Omni Group is a leading provider of bespoke outsourced services to over 200 hotels across the UK and Singapore. Employing over 4,500 people, Omni provides Housekeeping, Recruitment, Property and Software Services to some of the world’s most prestigious global hotel brands.


Short description
To provide generalist recruitment and administration support to the recruitment department, at our Head Office in Hammersmith


Full description

  • Writing and placing job adverts
  • Sourcing candidates using various methods including internet advertising
  • Screening CVs for suitability
  • Pre-interviewing candidates through initial telephone or Skype discussions
  • Registering prospective candidates including checking right to work documentation and interviewing
  • Assigning candidates to vacancies
  • Updating recruitment database
  • Organising and attending recruitment related events such as recruitment open days
  • Scanning of documentation into our computerised system
  • Liaising with Clients in regards to requests for housekeeping staff and any other queries they may have
  • Completion of any required paperwork and administration
  • Reception duties including greeting visitors


Company benefits

  • Up to 28 days paid holiday per year
  • Company Pension


Future Prospects
From completing the role a full time position may be available or progression on to a high level apprenticeship


Working Hours
Monday – Friday, various shifts between 8 am – 6 pm (40 hours)
Will be required to work 1 weekend (half days) every 4 week (time off during the week will be given back in Lieu)


Weekly wage
£16,500 (317.30) per year, rising to £18,000 (346.15) after six months with potential to rise after first year


Skills required

  • Previous recruitment administration experience desirable but not as essential as previous administration experience
  • A genuine interest in working in a busy recruitment environment
  • Confident with the ability to quickly build rapport with candidates and Clients
  • Excellent written and verbal communications skills
  • Highly organised
  • Ability to work effectively under pressure
  • Innovative and capable of working on own initiative as well as part of a small, highly effective team


Qualifications required

  • GCSEs A-C in Maths and English or equivalent (Key Skills or Functional Skills level 2)


Personal qualities

  • Ambition
  • Motivated
  • Able to use own initiative
  • Able to work alone
  • Able to work under pressure
  • Attention to detail
  • Career Driven
  • People Skills
  • Team Player
  • Can do attitude
  • Good organisational skills


Training provided

  • Qualification:  Business Administration Apprenticeship
  • Level: 3
  • Duration: 20 months
  • Course Type: Apprenticeship Standard

Apprenticeship Delivery: Work based qualification. A tutor will visit you every 4-6 weeks in your work place.


Units Covered:
The Apprenticeship programme is made up of different units.  Apprentices will be assessed on their knowledge, skills and behaviours throughout the apprenticeship and tracked online using an e-portfolio.


These are grouped into 3 themes which complement each other and are as follows:

  • Core Business & Administration
  • Managing Self & Personal Skills
  • Using Resources & Achieving Results.



  • After each theme is complete, a Mock End Point Assessment is carried out to ensure apprentices are prepared for the End Point Assessment at the end of the programme.
  • After a minimum of 372 days and successful delivery of the programme, the end point assessment will take place. The end-point assessment is a synoptic assessment of the skills, behaviours and knowledge that have been developed throughout the apprenticeship.
  • End-Point Assessments will involve an independent assessor carrying out final assessments with the apprentice, to ensure that the competences and learning within the ‘Apprenticeship Standard’ have been met. 
  • Apprentices can achieve a pass, merit or distinction dependent on how well they perform in their End-Point Assessment.


Functional Skills: 
Apprentices also work towards a Level 2 qualification in English and maths in the first half of the programme if they have no prior exemption (GCSE’sA – C or equivalents in English and Maths).



Monday – Friday, various shifts between 8 am – 6 pm (40 hours)

Will be required to work 1 weekend (half days) every 4 weeks 

  • Early shift will start at 8 am
  • Latest finish will be 6pm
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