Digital Marketing Apprentice: One Stop Arts
Social media savvy? Love London's art scene? One Stop Arts wants you! Get stuck into everything from promoting events to creating campaigns to keeping the Twitter feed fresh as an apprentice at this fast-growing listings and reviews website.
As a Digital Marketing Apprentice you will follow a Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeship in Creative and Digital Media.
Start date: 2 September 2013.
Join Our Reviewer/Reporter Teams!
Already a writer/reviewer and fancy writing for us? Our reviewer/reporter teams are made up of informed and enthusiastic writers with a particular penchant for their chosen artistic field - if that applies to you, please apply to the section editor with a CV and sample review of a fitting arts event or article about an exciting story in the field, 500-800 words. Reviews are not paid but we will arrange for complimentary press tickets and passes to events/exhibitions.
Please email the editor of the section(s) you are interested in covering for us. Email addresses are of the form: firstname.lastname (@) bachtrack.com
Visual Arts/Museums/Kids - Kate Mason
Classical/Opera/Dance - Paul Kilbey
Theatre - Chris Hislop
We have three-month internships available throughout the year. If you're looking for an internship you're welcome to apply with a CV and covering letter to Kate Mason making sure you give us your relevant education and experience.
At One Stop Arts, we believe that young writers should be encouraged and promoted, so we are proud to offer our Student Programme. If you are a teacher, lecturer, course convenor or similar, we offer opportunities for your students to get experience writing for and about the arts.
We will work with you and your school/college/university to create a writing project that best suits your students, and critique and assess the work they produce - and if the work is to a high standard, we will publish it on One Stop Arts. This is an excellent opportunity for students to have their work professionally and externally assessed and published, increasing their employability and piquing their interest in writing and the arts.
In creating a writing project with you, we will gladly include workshops, lectures, tutorials and visits to arts events to educate and inspire your students.
We would charge a base hourly rate (starting at £50) for programmes organised through the Student Programme, although we will gladly arrange package deals. Please contact Chris Hislop on 02083472923 or by email to arrange your programme.