Vacancy Details

Events and Marketing Intern at The artFix Circle - Exclusive to UCL Summer Internship Scheme
Location: London
Position: Events
Salary: London Living Wage (£9.75 per hour)
Date Posted: 20 March 2017
Vacancy Type: UCL Internship
Job Description:
Company: The artFix Circle
Job title: Events and Marketing Intern
Job type: Summer Internship
Location: London, SE18 6HZ
Salary: London Living Wage (£9.75)
Start date: 10th July 2017
Duration: 6 weeks full-time - 10th July until 18th August 2017
Deadline: 10am Monday 3rd April 2017

The Company

artFix is a network of physical spaces around the world that combine coffee with creative self-expression. It is the combination of a café, an exhibition/performance space, a co-working space and an academy. Its patrons are both the authors of creative content on show and its audience. 
Vision
To Live Everyday Life as a Work of Art 

Mission
To enable creative self-expression
To empower individuals through the acquisition of new creative skills 
To liberate them from the confines of daily routine and make every day meaningful and fun
To increase communication among  people and community engagement  
To make creative content more accessible, fun and affordable

artFix has four components:
- A Café, where people can relax, meet, conceive creative ideas and form creative teams.  
- A Co-Working space, where creative ideas are incubated and planned.  
- An Academy where seminars and workshops are organised, business and creative courses are taught, healthy living and workout classes are on offer.
- A Performance/Exhibition space where people rehearse and showcase their ideas. 

All around the space, fixes of creative content such as music, theatre, dance, exhibitions etc., lasting no more than 30 minutes each, are presented on a rapidly rotating basis. 

How artFix works
artFix operates as a café, with a creative twist. Visitors can enjoy a coffee, or a drink, or food, and, at the same time, experience fixes of creative content or create their own. artFix is constantly monitoring creative content available around its spaces, and it is curating, customising and associating it to its patron’s tastes, so that it becomes more accessible and enjoyable to them. Artists and Creative Industry professionals are attracted to the artFix business model because it is a one-stop creative platform where they may conceive, prepare and showcase their work as well as generate revenue from it.

The aims of this Internship

The intern will be working as part of a small team, including the founder, in helping with the planning and management of the events happening in our Woolwich space.

He/she will also assist with the crowd funding campaign of the company, the grant writing and digital media campaign. 

Activities, duties and responsibilities

  1. Event management (planning and executing events in the the artFix space)
  2. Crowd funding and digital media campaign
  3. Grant writing (applications to Trusts and Foundations)

Skills and Experience that will be useful for this internship - these will be used to shortlist candidates

Essential
Educated to degree level
A high level of verbal and written communication skills
Well-organised and efficient, including the ability to prioritise work and ensure attention to detail
Ability to work collaboratively and on own initiative
Excellent IT skills, in particular a knowledge of Microsoft Office

Desirable
Knowledge in Cultural Management
Experience in the Creative Industry
Experience in Marketing and Finance
Event management & Fund raising experience
Experience of performing a customer-facing role
Experience of Writing applications
Experience of Project management

 

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.

Benefits and Tangible Skills the intern will gain

The intern will:
gain valuable industry experience and the relevant skills needed to aid the candidate in the development of both their academic and professional lives
develop essential marketing and communication skills
gain valuable experience in fundraising, event management, project management
gain an in-depth understanding of the art market
develop entrepreneurial and teamwork skills

 

UCL Degree courses that would be most relevant for this role

The opportunity is open to all UCL courses but the following courses may be of particular relevance:

  • UCL Slade School of Fine Art
  • UCL Arts and Sciences (BASc)
  • UCL History of Art
 

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.

If you are a current undergraduate / postgraduate or recent graduate, we advise that you book an appointment to have your application checked with one of our Application Advisors at UCL Careers.

Go to http://www.ucl.ac.uk/careers/advice/aa for information about booking an appointment.

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