Are you 18 - 30 years old and want to work in the creative sector?
Position: Trainee Social Media Assistant, Rife Magazine (Part time 24 hours a week - ideally Monday, Tuesday and Thursday)
Rife Magazine are looking for a Trainee Social Media Assistant at the start of their creative career. You will work with both the Rife Editors and the Content Creators to develop social media strategies and content. You will leave Rife after 24 weeks with more experience, a new set of transferable skills, a new perspective on the creative industries, more confidence and a network of contacts that wil be invaluable as you head into the future.
This trainee role is part of a positive action programme which means we are specifically inviting applications from those not currently widely represented within the creative industries in the region - to check whether you are eligible to apply, please read the eligibility criteria below.
As this is a training role you don't need any specific academic qualifications or journalistic training to apply. You will learn to do lots of different things: writing snappy tweets; making eye-catching Instagram content; running multiple social media accounts, plus helping to cover events.
This training role is supported by Rough Assembly and Creative Access. Through this role you will have the chance to take part in Creative Access Entry Support Programme of masterclasses, events and networking.
What will I get paid? You will be paid a training allowance of £193.00 per week based on 24 hours/week.
How to Apply
If you are interested in applying for this opportunity you will find the full details below. Once you've done that then simply complete the online application form. Please note we do not accept CVs.
This trainee role is part of a positive action programme which means we are specifically inviting applications from those not currently widely represented within the creative industries in the region. This opportunity is therefore only open to those who are:
- 18-30 years old
- Who are either from a Black, Asian or Minority Ethnic background, or someone with a disadvantaged socio-economic background,* or both.
* you can tell if you fit this criterion by thinking about the type of school you attended at age 11-16, whether you had free school meals, if you are or were a carer, if your parents went to uni, what your parents did when you were 14, and what your housing situation was like when you were aged 11–16.
Closing Date: Monday, 16 December 2019 - 09:00