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9 August 2019

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Are you keen to gain a year’s experience working in a theatre for young people?

Half Moon Theatre is looking for an enthusiastic and dedicated Creative Learning Assistant to support all aspects of the company’s extensive programme working with young people in Tower Hamlets. Last year, Half Moon worked with 26,000 workshop participants and 25,000 audience members. Half Moon is a theatre for young audiences which tours nationally and specialises in artform development and new writing. Our participatory work and professional theatre programme have equal status and are mutually enriching.

The post is a fixed term one-year contract funded by the Jack Petchey Foundation Internship Programme.

To apply for this role you must be aged 18-24 (inclusive) and live in Tower Hamlets.

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PR INTERNSHIP

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Are you passionate about the PR world and hungry to learn more about the lifestyle/arts/fashion industry? Are you interested in global media and not afraid at leaving no stone unturned in order to build media contacts?

If so, our fabulous team here at RANKIN is looking for someone like you! 

Located in London, RANKINwork with world-class and emerging talent across film, photography and publishing. 

Come and join this unique organisation that thrives in delivering spectacular work time and time again. 

This is an extremely valuable role where you will work alongside our talented PR and Productions teams by offering key support to their busy day to day and by helping them securing amazing, global press coverage across the Rankin group.

This is a paid internship on a fixed-term contract (FTC) for 6 months.

At RANKIN we want to change the world, would you like to join us in our quest?

Your day at Rankin

You will assist the PR team with the research of essential facts and the search and expansion of new media contacts.

You will support the team with the management of events and RSVP lists.

You will help formulate press coverage documents and assist with the press releases and/or boilerplate texts.

You will also support our Production desk with their ongoing admin, shoots, castings, go sees and any general research needed for their projects.

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Degree/course in Media/Communications/PR or similar.

Understanding of the current trends in the media industry.

A strong communicator with the ability to build relationships across and outside the business.

Excellent writing and organisational skills.

Capacity to work efficiently and remain cool-headed when working against deadlines.

Ability to multi-task whilst maintaining high standards of work.

An affable and personable nature with a good team spirit.

A second language would be ideal.

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STUDIO ASSISTANT - INTERN

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Above National Living Wage
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9/8/2019

jobs@rankin.co.ukSTUDIO ASSISTANT - INTERN

No task too small, no dream too large.

The RANKIN Group are looking for Studio Assistants to support our busy teams. This opportunity is pitched at internship level and is a genuine opportunity to get involved in and gain experience in the studio aspects of our business.

The role reports into the Studio Manager and is designed to support the Studio team with their daily and ad-hoc tasks as well as with the occasional challenges that arise on a regular basis.

This position is ideal for those who have a genuine passion for photography and/or film, but who have little professional experience or may not have had an opportunity to work professionally within these areas before. 

The role is about making sure our studio is running smoothly, that employees and client have a great experience and that our work environment is one that proudly reflects who we are.

This is a varied and ‘hands on’ role, which requires an extremely organised, level-headed and positive person, comfortable in a busy and demanding studio environment. Responsibilities across the studio and the larger business range from ensuring the studio is super tidy and other tasks typical to a Runner, to helping with the organization of client meetings and/or photo-shoots. 

The role also requires a degree of flexibility as you may be asked to start early, finish late and/or work over the weekend.

A degree in film production or photography would be ideal but is not a must. As long as you are a hard-worker, conscientious and quick learner type of person with a can-do attitude and a drive for a career in the photo or film industry, we would love to hear from you! 

The role is for 6 months and is paid above National Living Wage. As such you need to hold the right to work in the UK. 

We cannot guarantee permanent employment following the end of the internship, however, we will normally attempt to keep in contact with those individuals who have demonstrated the right aptitudes and attitudes during their time at RANKIN with regards to any potential opportunities that may arise in the future.

Your day at RANKIN 

  • Preparing and maintaining the studio, including Styling, Kitchen and Studio to a high standard.
  • Maintaining a clean and tidy workplace throughout the day.
  • Daily maintenance of meeting rooms for all visits (including flagging any tech issues, stocking up on supplies, clearing the space, etc.)
  • Returning studio to a high standard at the end of each shoot.
  • Assisting the production teams on and off set.
  • Key holder duties will include opening and closing the space.
  • Covering Reception when needed.
  • Organising Catering for Clients

Skills and requirements:

  • Full driving license and confident executive driving in London. Role may include executive and van driving. 
  • Some knowledge of photography, lighting, studio equipment, film production, post production and software would be highly beneficial.
  • Can do positive attitude – ready to muck in.
  • Demonstrable passion for photography and/or film.
  • Demonstrable respect for our brand.
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Graduated from Earlham College 2019, majored in Art with a focus on Photography along with Human Development &Social Relations. Looking for any experience in the field of Arts Administration. 

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Administrative Coordinator, Curatorial

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The Administrative Coordinator, Curatorial provides critical support to the Chief Curator and Senior Deputy Director for Program Administration and helps ensure the smooth day-to-day operation of the Curatorial Department.

 

Responsibilities Include:

  • Manage the Chief Curator’s calendar and travel schedule
  • Communicate on behalf of the Chief Curator internally to staff and externally to colleagues, donors, trustees, artists, and other members of the public
  • Assist with preparations for trustee meetings and weekly curatorial department meetings
  • Manage departmental intern recruitment, assignments and seating in collaboration with the Human Resources coordinator
  • In coordination with the Sr. Deputy Director for Program Administration, develop and monitor departmental budgets and professional development allocations
  • Make departmental purchases and reconcile the monthly invoices
  • Maintain departmental invitation lists and manage RSVPs for events
  • Collect requests for and distribute exhibition catalogues
  • Coordinate meetings of the Board Exhibition Committee and Acquisitions Committees, including drafting and distributing agendas, taking and circulating minutes, and helping to prepare presentations
  • Orient new staff and interns to curatorial department policies and procedures
  • Track the status of exhibition and acquisition proposals and respond to proposals following curatorial review
  • Assist curatorial staff in preparing and updating exhibition checklists, drafting correspondence, processing loan requests and agreements, and responding to requests from other departments
  • Organize and submit Immunity from Seizure applications
  • Input and update the Museum’s CRM system as needed
  • Help coordinate the annual Purim Ball and “Art Tour” fundraisers, and assist staff from other departments on other cultivation events for trustees, Museum Council members and patrons
  • Represent the Museum at openings of exhibitions, conferences and other events, as needed
  • Other duties as assigned

 

Requirements:

  • B.A. or M.A. degree in art history, museum management or administration or related humanities field
  • Professional/administrative experience in the form of temporary assignments/internships of one-two years
  • Broad knowledge of contemporary art, art history and interest in Jewish history and culture
  • Excellent organizational, written and verbal communication skills, and interpersonal skills
  • Knowledge of German, French, Spanish or Hebrew language a plus
  • Computer and digital media literacy
  • Knowledge of The Museum System, Net X, and Salesforce a plus
  • Ability to work nights on occasion

 

The Jewish Museum is an Equal Opportunity Employer that is committed to building a culturally diverse staff and encourages applications from diverse candidates.

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Senior Administrative Assistant

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The Senior Administrative Assistant assists with the day-to-day operation of the Instructional Media & Technology Services department, which powers the Elsie K. Sloate Media Center, and manages the operation of the IMATS Equipment Room and its student worker team. In addition, the Assistant works on various media production projects as assigned, and has the opportunity to participate in media instruction, center programming, and other operations.

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