Based in Mullingar, the intern will gain practical experience in in a busy arts office that support a range of events and projects and associated publicity. Invaluable experience will also be gained through administration support duties across a range of initiatives. The intern will receive formal/informal training in the following : publicity, event management, systems, administration, data management and customer. On completion the intern will have attained skills in driving forward multiple arts and culture projects, understanding best practice within a large corporate structure, development of promotional collateral, IT skills, writing and administration skills. The organisation will assign a mentor to support you during the Internship which is none months in duration.
The intern will be an organised self-starter who wishes to build on their existing organisational and administration skills to assist in the efficient running of a busy arts office. The intern will enjoy learning how to secure publicity for events (traditional and social media) in the coordination of a range of projects. The position is based in Mullingar, with the possibility of travel outside of the town.
Third Level – This position would ideally suit somebody with a qualification in the arts, administration, accounts, IT, business, digital media or project management. No experience is required by applicants.
This is a Jobsbridge internship. An allowance of €50 per week will be paid in addition to your current Social Welfare payment. Hours per week: 37, start date to be confirmed.
Please refer to www.jobbridge.ie for details of the scheme to ensure that you meet the criteria
Send your CV and a one page cover letter with your reasons for applying to:
Deadline: 14th August 2015
Interviews will take place week August 17th – 21st, 2015
Westmeath County Council, County Buildings, Mullingar, Co. Westmeath