Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) is one of the largest technology companies in the world, operating in over 150 countries and market leading in several industries. Our culture is what defines us as a company: how we act, how we treat others, and how we conduct business. Our employees follow our values by continuously demonstrating bias for action, being innovators at heart, and always putting partnerships first.
Working for HPE is an excellent opportunity for a self-motivated, proactive individual to contribute to driving the continued success of HPE in the UK&I marketplace.
This is a unique opportunity to join Hewlett Packard Enterprise enablement team. The Sales Enablement Project Support Apprentice is responsible for ensuring that the foundations are in place to provide reporting and communication across the business. Analysing organisational needs and providing the support to initiate and deliver key programs to address the needs of the business.
We offer a challenging 2 year Apprentice programme to achieve City & Guilds Level 3 Diploma in Business Administration. The role offers real responsibilities from day one. Working in a fast paced, professional and forward thinking environment as well as support and mentoring tailored to meet your needs throughout the programme.
Our programme offers you:
- Comprehensive induction- Access to 1:1 coaching
- Ongoing development
- The opportunity to gain industry recognised accreditation
Mai role / Responsibilities:
Reporting - Provide reporting to Sales Enablement Leads, Sales Managers and other internal requesters across a breadth of enablement programs
- Obtain reporting data via internal tools and build an appropriate framework of qualitative and quantitative data to analyse organisational needs
- Create reporting documentation utilizing MS applications, suitable for various levels of management
- Establish a reporting structure for new enablement programmes
Consultancy – provide support and guidance for internal and external questions on Sales Enablement.
- Provide support and feedback on questions raised to the sales enablement team
- Proactively work on actions to address common questions / issues
- Deliver presentations / communications at team meetings on Sales Enablement key programs and current status
- Provide logistics planning and delivery support for Enablement Training programs
Project Governance & Support – Provide supporting activities for enablement leads on key programs and take responsibility to deliver smaller projects from initial requirement to delivery.
- Understand brief from enablement leads or internal stakeholders in order to set up and manage action plans/ timelines to deliver results
- Analyse data to validate requirements and establish stakeholder feedback
- Actively participate / set up a structure of project progress and review meetings
- Ensure a monitoring and reporting cycle to track an assess progress and report completion
Stakeholder and communications management - Manage stakeholders, taking account of their levels of influence and particular interests.
- Communicate confidently with people at all levels, including senior management
- Build effective working relationships sales managers, peers and other internal functions in order to deliver strong business outcomes
- Manage conflicts and negotiations. Communicate to a variety of different audiences.
- Contribute to negotiations relating to project objectives
- Team player
- Excellent communication skills both written and verbally with a good attention to detail
- Good organisational skills and time management as the role will require working on more than one piece of work at a time
- Outgoing and friendly personality
- Keen to learn
- One A-level or five GCSEs (Inc. English & Maths) at C grade or above.
- Due to the nature of the role and events the successful candidate may be required to attend, applicants must be 18 or over.
QA’s apprenticeships are funded by the Education & Skills Funding Agency (ESFA), an executive agency of the Department for Education.
To be eligible for a Government funded apprenticeship you must have lived in the UK or European Economic Area (EEA) for the last 3 consecutive years.