BREMF Festival Trainee Scheme

Thinking of a career in Arts Administration? Apply for a Festival Traineeship with Brighton Early Music Festival!

BREMF Festival Trainee Scheme

Placement dates: July – November 2016, part time

Commitment: You must be available for 10-15 hours per week computer based work from home from July/August 2016 PLUS at least 8 Festival events in Brighton between 28th October and 13th November 2016. Once you are accepted onto the Trainee programme we will agree a start date and schedule with you.

Duties: Gain experience in marketing, project management, development, production and concert management

Expenses: All travel expenses plus a meal allowance for event days

The BREMF Festival Trainee programme provides support with preparing with future job applications in the classical music sector, as well as practical hands-on experience and lots of opportunities to get involved with the Festival.Unusually, BREMF Trainees commit to only 10-15 hours per week, arranged flexibly to suit your schedule, plus weekends and evenings at Festival events, making a Festival Traineeship easily compatible with other paid work, and accessible to those who can't afford to take on a full-time internship placement. It can also help you work towards your Gold or Silver Arts Award.

To find out more about the Festival Trainee positions email Cathy Boyes, Festival Producer for a full briefing document. cathy@bremf.org.uk

Deadline: Applications must be received by 5pm on Friday 20 May 2016

Interviews: Will take place in London on Tuesday 24 and Thursday 26 May 2016

Author

Cathy Boyes

Cathy Boyes

Brighton Early Music Festival takes place each autumn across Brighton & Hove and is a vibrant part of the city's cultural offer. Outside the festival BREMF works with 1200 schoolchildren each year and runs lots of participatory opportunities including three choirs.

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