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Digital Marketing Intern (paid internship)

Six month position from November 2017 - April 2018
Part time (15 hours per week), £9.75 per hour (London Living Wage) 

About the role

This internship is designed to help someone who would like to work in the arts or charity sector, offering a fixed-term opportunity to gain experience and skills in a paid role. We’ll give you on-the-job training in all aspects of charity communications, offer external development opportunities where appropriate, and provide you with support towards finding your next role after Youth Music.

You don't have to have lots of experience to apply, but we are looking for enthusiasm and a desire to learn.

How to apply

Write a cover letter explaining how you meet the requirements in the role description, describing why the role is of interest to you, and giving examples of any relevant experience and skills. Send the letter, along with a CV including two referees, to interns@youthmusic.org.uk, with Digital Marketing Intern as the subject line.

  • Please complete a copy of our Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form and send it with your application.
  • At least one of your referees should be a previous employer or teacher, and the other can be from someone who knows you (not a family member).

 

After we’ve reviewed the applications we will undertake some short and informal telephone interviews with prospective candidates.

First round interviews will take place at Youth Music’s office in London. If you are invited to interview and are travelling from outside London, we will cover travel expenses.

Deadline for applications: Wednesday 27 September, 10am
Telephone interviews: Tuesday 3 or Wednesday 4 October
First round interviews: Monday 9 October
Second round interviews (tbc): Thursday 12 October

If you haven’t heard from us by two weeks of the deadline, your application has not been successful on this occasion.

Fundraising Intern (paid internship)

Six month position from November 2017 - April 2018
30-37.5 hours per week, £9.75 per hour (London Living Wage) 

About the role

This internship is designed to help someone who would like to work in the arts or charity sector, offering a fixed-term opportunity to gain experience and skills in a paid role. We’ll give you on-the-job training in all aspects of fundraising, offer external development opportunities where appropriate, and provide you with support towards finding your next role after Youth Music.

You don't have to have lots of experience to apply, but we are looking for enthusiasm and a desire to learn.

How to apply

Write a cover letter explaining how you meet the requirements above, describing why the role is of interest to you, and giving examples of any relevant experience and skills. Send the letter, along with a CV including two referees, to interns@youthmusic.org.uk, with Fundraising Intern as the subject line.

  • Please complete a copy of our Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form and send it with your application.
  • At least one of your referees should be a previous employer or teacher, and the other can be from someone who knows you (not a family member).

 

After we’ve reviewed the applications we will undertake some short and informal telephone interviews with prospective candidates.

First round interviews will take place at Youth Music’s office in London. If you are invited to interview and are travelling from outside London, we will cover travel expenses.

Deadline for applications: Tuesday 26 September, 10am
Telephone interviews: Monday 2 or Tuesday 3 October
First round interviews: Thursday 5 October
Second round interviews (tbc): Wednesday 11 October

If you haven’t heard from us by two weeks of the deadline, your application has not been successful on this occasion.

Grants and Learning Intern (paid internship)

Six month position from November 2017 - April 2018
30-37.5 hours per week, £9.75 per hour (London Living Wage) 

About the role

This internship is designed to help someone who would like to work in the arts or charity sector, offering a fixed-term opportunity to gain experience and skills in a paid role. We’ll give you on-the-job training, offer external development opportunities where appropriate, and provide you with support towards finding your next role after Youth Music.

You don't have to have lots of experience to apply, but we are looking for enthusiasm and a desire to learn.

How to apply

Write a cover letter explaining how you meet the requirements above, describing why the role is of interest to you, and giving examples of any relevant experience and skills. Send the letter, along with a CV including two referees, to interns@youthmusic.org.uk, with Grants and Learning Intern as the subject line.

  • Please complete a copy of our Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form and send it with your application.
  • At least one of your referees should be a previous employer or teacher, and the other can be from someone who knows you (not a family member).

 

After we’ve reviewed the applications we will undertake some short and informal telephone interviews with prospective candidates.

First round interviews will take place at Youth Music’s office in London. If you are invited to interview and are travelling from outside London, we will cover travel expenses.

Deadline for applications: Monday 25 September 2017, 10am
Telephone Interviews: Friday 29 September or Monday 2 October
First round interviews: Friday 6 October
Second round interviews (tbc): Tuesday 10 October

If you haven’t heard from us by two weeks of the deadline, your application has not been successful on this occasion.