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30/01/2016: we're looking for a future superhero

If you:

  • Are aged 16-24
  • Want excitement and a challenge
  • Live near Tintern
  • Have a good command of English
  • Have heaps of common sense
  • Get on well with people
  • Find small businesses exciting

You could be the person for us. The Village Websmith in Tintern is looking for someone with those qualities to learn the art of Websmithery through an apprenticeship.

Websmithery is an exciting role, helping to get the sales message from business owners to potential customers quickly and efficiently.

While working as an apprentice, you will also be attending college, working towards the City & Guilds Diploma in Digital and Marketing. The ultimate goal of the apprenticeship is to prepare you to either run your own business, or take a leading role in this one.

So what are you waiting for? Let's get your career on the move!
Contact Neil Hesman at The Village Websmith on 0203 239 0350, or click in the header of any page to send an email.

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