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Conductor apprenticeship - Northern - Workington , Blackburn - (Closing date 25-06-2021)

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desrudy

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Salary: £21,667 per annum, rising to £29,915 per annum after training (approx 3 months)

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Desrudy, many thanks. Do you happen to know if the wage of £29,915 is the actual pay excluding overtime or is there any shift allowance, Sunday working extra? Thanks
 

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Desrudy, many thanks. Do you happen to know if the wage of £29,915 is the actual pay excluding overtime or is there any shift allowance, Sunday working extra? Thanks
That's the wage total, sun will be extra at the min
 

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Thanks. Would you have a rough idea how much usual Sunday working would equate to over a year? Thanks
 

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Desrudy, many thanks. Do you happen to know if the wage of £29,915 is the actual pay excluding overtime or is there any shift allowance, Sunday working extra? Thanks
Sundays are outside the working week for those depots, so you will receive overtime for all Sundays you work. There is also commission for selling tickets and scanning e-tickets, although these are relatively minor amounts nowadays with ticket machines at nearly all stations.
 

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Does anyone know the reason why the role is called an apprenticeship now?
 

Bucephalus

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Workington! £29k will go a long way round there. And a beautiful part of the world to boot
 

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I did the tests on Weds. Got email today saying I'd passed. Just waiting with fingers crossed now in hope of getting to interview.
 

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Hi. I received an email 5 weeks ago saying my application was still being considered but they were pausing the recruitment process for 2-4 weeks. They said the role would begin in 2022.Has anyone else heard anything?
 
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