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Youth Music kickstarter interns

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We're recruiting for two kickstarter intern roles in Marketing and Administration. Find out more about the roles and how to apply below.

Marketing Intern

We’re looking for a Marketing Intern who’ll play a key role in bringing our newly defined brand to life amongst a variety of audiences. With support and guidance from the Youth Music team, you’ll help make the most of exciting marketing opportunities.

You’ll help create stories; developing written, visual and video content across Youth Music’s website and social media channels to demonstrate the impact of our work and increase audience engagement.

About you

You don't need any prior experience to apply, but we are looking for creativity, enthusiasm, and a desire to learn.

A passion for social media is a must, with good written and verbal communication skills. Basic IT skills would be beneficial but training will be provided.

You should be passionate about young people, music and social justice.

Grants Administrator Intern

If you want a career working in music, charities or with young people then this is a great opportunity. The role will provide general administrative and project support for Youth Music. The job sits in Youth Music’s Grants and Learning Team. This team is responsible for managing our funding programmes and gives out over 300 grants each year to support music work with children and young people nationwide.

About you

You don’t need any prior experience, but you do need to be enthusiastic and keen to learn! The role would suit someone who is happy doing lots of different tasks and who has good organisation skills.

The ideal candidate will have a passion for young people and music; a keenness to learn and take on new skills; good written and verbal communication; basic IT skills (which you'd like to develop further); organisational skills; and the ability to prioritise.

Salary and benefits

Salary: £10.85 per hour (real living wage)

Contract: six months, 25hrs per week across 4 days. 

Location: Bermondsey SE1, London. Staff are currently working from home and will be expected to work in the office for at least two days per week once we return

Holidays: 25 days plus public holidays (pro-rated for part time) and additional days over the Christmas period when the office closes

Additional benefits: Cycle to work scheme, Critical Illness Cover, flexible working, Income protection which includes the help@hand app, offering easy access to four key support services: Remote GP, Second Opinion, Mental Health Support and Physiotherapy, Staff Values committee, and continued learning and development.

How to apply

As part of the application process you are required to do the following:

  1. Complete and submit the online application form.
  2. Complete an anonymous equal opportunities form (linked to in the application form)

Interviews will take place online: details of the interview will be sent to candidates via email.

  • Deadline for applications: 10am Monday 2 August
  • Interviews: w/c Monday 9 August tbc
  • Start date: w/c Monday 16 August tbc