|PR, Marketing & E-Commerce Intern at The New Craftsmen - Exclusive to UCL Summer Internship Scheme|
|Salary:||£9.75 per hour (London Living Wage)|
|Date Posted:||20 March 2017|
|Vacancy Type:||UCL Internship|
Company: The New Craftsmen
Job title: Education Technology Market Research Intern
Job type: Summer Internship
Location: Torrington Place, London WC1E 7HP
Salary: £9.75 Per hour (London Living Wage)
Start Date: 12th June 2017
Duration: 8 weeks full-time from 12th June until 4th August 2017
Application Deadline: 11am Monday 3rd April 2017
The New Craftsmen work with a selection of Britain’s finest craft makers to showcase the materials, skills and craft products of the British Isles. Founded in 2012, The New Craftsmen currently represents a network of over 100 makers, showcasing work in our beautiful Mayfair showroom, through our e-commerce platform and building a significant pipeline of commissions. The Sunday Times described us as ‘a collection of the coolest crafters in the land’, and our work has been featured in Vogue, Harpers Bazaar, Monocle, The Financial Times, Condé Nast Traveller, Elle Deco, World of Interiors and many more.
Aims of the internship
Towork within the marketing team, splitting their time between assisting with E-commerceand PR activities.
Theintern will help with the day-to-day running and maintenance of the currentretail site as well as assist with the development of the new e-commerceplatform launching in September. They will also offer PR support to the PRManager on press activities from coordinating product loans to collating presscoverage and journalist outreach.
Activities, duties and responsibilities
PR specific project:
E-commerce specific project
Skills and Experience that would be useful for this internship - applications will be shortlisted on this criteria
Please note: If you are successful in being made an offer from the company for this internship, you will need to complete an Internship Agreement Letter and return this to UCL Careers before the internship starts.
Will the tasks involve special physical or sensory demands?
The tasks will involve the careful handling of our products, from hand-blown glass, to woven textiles and one-off ceramic pieces. For instance packing and wrapping for product loan pick ups, or possibly assisting on a photography shoot.
Benefits and tangible skills/ experience the intern will gain by the end of the internship
Candidates from all degree backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
This opportunity is part of the UCL Careers Summer Internship Scheme. Part of the wage for the successful intern is provided by Santander Universities, but the successful intern will be paid the full amount through the host company's payroll as normal.
Note: By applying for this vacancy below, you confirm that you are a current UCL student, recent UCL graduate or member of UCL research staff only. You must submit a cover letter tailored specifically to this role as part of the application.
Due to the high amount of interest that we receive for each of our roles, we will unfortunately be unable to respond to each application individually. Only successful applicants will be contacted directly by the recruiter offering this vacancy.
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