Arts & Health South West Communications Internship
AHSW is seeking a Communications Intern for a 3-month paid internship between October – December 2020.
Deadline for Applications: Midnight on Sunday 13th September 2020
Arts & Health South West is currently seeking a Communications Intern for a 3-month paid internship between October – December 2020
10.5 working hours per week, at £8.72 per hour
We are looking for someone between the ages of 18-25 who wants to get more involved with the field of arts and health, has some basic digital skills and is familiar with social media platforms.
We particularly welcome applications from people of colour and lower socio-economic backgrounds, and people who have been struggling to find paid work.
As a Communications Intern, you will find out about Arts & Health South West, what we do and how we do it. We will support you in learning about the key issues and areas of activity happening in the Arts & Health sector currently. You will contribute to the organisation by supporting our Communications lead in her work.
Please note this is currently a remote working internship, but due to AHSW South-West focus, it would be helpful (though not essential) for applicants to be based in or near Bristol, as this is where we have face to face meetings in normal circumstances.
Please download the full advert as a PDF here: AHSW Communications Internship 2020 – Full Details
How to Apply
To apply for the internship, please:
1) Submit a CV, and a cover letter (1 side of A4) explaining why you are interested in the internship, to our Communications lead: Alexis Butt at development[at]ahsw.org.uk
2) Fill in our (anonymous) Equal Opportunities monitoring form, here:
- Deadline for Applications: Midnight on Sunday 13th September 2020
- Interviews will take place via Zoom on Wednesday 23rd September 2020
- The internship will begin on Monday 5th October 2020 and end on Monday 21st December 2020.
If you need help with your application, or want to find out more, please email our General Manager Hannah at info[at]ahsw.org.uk or call 01392 793877
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