Join Artswork as our new Operations & Programme Assistant Apprentice!

To provide Artswork with administrative, office (operations and finance) and events support. The role will report to the Operations Manager and work with colleagues across the organisation.

Join Artswork as our new Operations & Programme Assistant Apprentice!

Apprenticeship summary

Weekly wage: £252.00

Working week: 35 hours per week 9:00 to 17:00 M-F

Apprenticeship duration: 1 year

Possible start date: 03 Oct 2016

Job purpose: To provide Artswork with administrative, office (operations and finance) and events support. The role will report to the Operations Manager and work with colleagues across the organisation.

Introduction

  • This role is offered as a creative apprenticeship at pre-degree level. It is suited for someone interested in a first job in the creative and cultural sector
  • The role of the Operations & Programme Assistant is to support the smooth operations of the Artswork office, including daily admin and finance tasks, supporting projects, events, marketing and communications. It requires good ICT and organisational skills and the ability work as part of a team.

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Author

Elspeth Barron

Elspeth Barron

Elspeth started in the Arts Industry as part of a Creative Apprenticeship scheme. She is Learning, Education & Participation Officer at Chichester Festival Theatre after working 3 & 1/2 years in various positions at Artswork. During her year she also became a trained Arts Award Adviser for Discover to Silver and started her own Silver award whilst also running an Arts Award project for young girls with low self-esteem.

She volunteered as a 16- 25 Ambassador and Youth Theatre Assistant for Chichester Festival Theatre for 2 years after spending 6 years in the Youth Theatre herself. She recently was asked to be part of a panel with Lenny Henry talking about routes into the industry. She has also recently become Trustee of Making Space, a local crafts organisation.

Elspeth has been involved in the arts from a young age performing in many school and semi-professional productions and founding a drama workshop group for primary school children. She was also given the opportunity to become a founding member of a small events company, MADD Productions. This is where she found her passion for community arts and decided to pursue a career in the arts sector.

Elspeth is currently using her spare time to write a play with her younger brother and has started her own weekly vlog, ‘To My Future Self’ on her YouTube channel ElspethRebecca.

(https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCllJZB7U5KbnBSHKsZIiWPA)

She loves good coffee, spending time with friends, playing her ukulele and watching lots of theatre!

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