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We’re recruiting for 2 new roles at Creative Youth thanks to the government’s Kickstart Scheme. Both roles are 6-month fixed-term job placements.
The Kickstart scheme is designed for those between 16-24 who are currently claiming Universal Credit and are at risk of unemployment. To be eligible your local job centre must refer you to us.
The deadline for both roles is Midnight, Monday 22 March.
How to apply
Once you have been referred by your local job centre, Please send CV, Covering Letter (no more than 1 page of A4) explaining why you’re interested in the role, Creative Youth and how you meet the person specification to email@example.com.
The Marketing Assistant works closely to support the Marketing Director and together they are responsible for implementing marketing and communications campaigns for Creative Youth, with a particular focus but not limited to International Youth Arts Festival, which takes place in July.
You will play a vital role in growing audiences and penetrating new markets, as well as work as a team to find innovative ways to ensure our work reaches new audiences and groups currently under-represented in Creative Youth (including Black, Asian, Disabled and individuals from a lower socio-economic background).
The Operations Assistant works with the Admin and Operations Manager. This small 2-person team plays an integral part in ensuring Creative Youth functions smoothly; from ensuring that our office-space consistently complies with health and safety regulations, to ensuring that terms and conditions in a contract are written correctly.
This is a varied role that will provide the successful candidate with an understanding of how a charitable arts organisation operates, along with the work required in the delivery of an international festival for young people. There is plenty of scope to shape the role with the right person, and the successful candidate can develop further in their specific areas of interest once they’ve had a chance to embed themselves in the organisation.