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Core hours: 26 hours over 4 days per week, Tuesday to Friday
Salary: £8.80 per hour (London Living Wage)
Are you looking to gain valuable experience in arts administration within a music/higher education environment?
The Royal Academy of Music, the UK’s senior music conservatoire, has a vacancy for an internship (6 months, term time only) in two of our exciting and innovative departments, with effect from October 2014. Core hours will be 4 days per week, Tuesday to Friday.
You will work with key staff in all areas of the departments’ operations, including assisting with the organisation of concerts, projects and events as well as ensuring the smooth delivery of departmental activities. In addition you’ll play a key role in dealing with enquiries from staff, students and the general public and providing general administrative support.
You will have a good academic track record and good general IT skills. Excellent written and verbal communication skills, an exceptional eye-for-detail in the editing and publishing of printed documents, a confident, friendly nature and an enthusiasm to contribute to our busy teams are also essential. Musical knowledge and an interest in music would be highly desirable.
This is a professional development opportunity and is paid at £8.80 per hour. There will also be opportunities to attend the Academy’s free public concerts and events during term time
Successful candidates will be contacted and invited to attend an informal interview during the week commencing 13 October 2014.
The Academy values diversity and we welcome your application.