The Finance Minister Conor Murphy has launched a new Operational Delivery Apprenticeship scheme for the Civil Service.
Speaking as he was joined by both Communities Minister Deirdre Hargey and Economy Minister Gordon Lyons to launch the scheme, Minister Murphy encouraged people to consider applying for a place as the first step to a rewarding career within the Civil Service.
He said: “This scheme is a great way to get involved in customer-facing roles in the Civil Service delivering and supporting essential frontline services.
“You will earn a salary, develop skills and gain a recognised qualification with a guaranteed permanent role within the Civil Service on successful completion of the apprenticeship.
“So if you want to play a part in making a real difference to people’s lives, you are starting out in employment, returning to the workplace or changing your job role, I’d encourage you to consider applying for this Civil Service apprenticeship scheme.”
There are 45 places on the scheme across the NICS, the majority of which will be within the Department for Communities.
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