Application Deadline - Friday 2nd May 2014 at 6pm Start Date - Monday 19th May 2014, for approximately four months Hours approx. 8-16 hours per week with some room for flexibility Internship is unpaid, however reasonable expenses will be covered
We are looking for an an energetic, organised, and reliable individual with plenty of initiative - and an interest in contemporary classical music - to become part of the team. We will train you up on how to plan and execute creative marketing strategies, live event planning, production and promotion, and give you experience working on every area of our monthly live events, not just the time consuming admin.
Your responsibilities will include:
Collaborate with Marketing Manager on campaign strategies and ideas Manage social media platforms (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram) Analyse social media data to assess optimal way to engage and increase followers Writing press releases and concert description copy Research, liaise, and develop relationships with external organisations and media contacts Research and create listings Collate press material Assist on editing the newsletter Updating newsletter contacts Working with Events Producer in curating monthly nights by researching musicians/repertoire and contacting musicians Perform front of house duties: compile guestlist, collect email addresses, record attendance and income
Our ideal intern is: Educated to degree level or equivalent, resourceful, organized, methodical, creative, a keen and skilled writer, natural communicator, culture vulture, bursting with creative ideas, a solution finder, and social media lover.
Additional (but definitely not essential) skills: Graphic design, web design, photography, audio & video editing, DJing.
To Apply: Please email your CV (2 sides of A4 maximum) with a covering letter explaining why you would like this internship to Amelia Ideh (firstname.lastname@example.org) by 6pm on Friday 2nd May 2014