Data Processer

Vacancy Details

This is an Apprenticeship vacancy

Employer Name:

Web Market Place Ltd

Type of vacancy:

Foundation Apprenticeship



Closing Date:


Vacancy ID:



This role pays an apprenticeship wage for the first 3 months £3.70 per Hour. However, after a successful 3-month probation period you will be on the minimum of the living wage rate for your age band.

Hours of Work:

40 hours per week

Start Date:


Minimum Age:


Careers Wales Admin Ref:

Not specified

Vacancy Description

Sales Advisor
Retail Sales and Customer Services
A great opportunity to work as a Data Processor in a thriving and growing online business based on Wrexham Industrial estate.
This is an interesting and highly varied role working in a team of 3 under a supervisor you will be performing a multitude of tasks from Data Processing, Online Photography, Warehousing, stock sorting and picking and packing. You will also be learning a range of new skills and gain hands on experience in that way that an ecommerce platform functions.
You will develop a wide variety of skills and learn the nuts and bolts of how an ecommerce business operates. You will be working with and learning from successful web developers. There is also huge scope for progression for people who show a willingness to learn quickly.

Training provided

On the job trainng for the role including a Foundation Apprenticeship.

Preferred Learning Provider


Learning Provider Course

Course not specified in list

Desirable personal qualities

You should be computer literate and possess Good Excel & Word Skill. You should also be enthusiastic and show a willingness to learn skills within a team

Qualification(s) Required

No Minimum Requirements

Welsh Language Requirements

Welsh Spoken Skills: No.
Welsh Written Skills: No.

Interview arrangements

The Employer will contact you direct to arrange a suitable date and time should your application be successful.
This vacancy has been placed by the employer in the language of their choice. This means that the vacancy might only appear in Welsh or English.