Artangel has been producing exceptional art experiences in unusual places for over three decades, find out more about what we do here.
The team that makes these projects happen is small, creative, and driven. We all meet regularly and every opinion is heard and valued. Our roles are clearly delineated, but collaboration, respect, and mutual support are essential for the success of the extraordinary projects we produce.
We are receptive to tailoring roles to the working styles and strengths of different people and supporting our employees as their career develops at Artangel. As an organisation, we learn from our team's perspectives and experience and we work to recruit people from diverse backgrounds to maintain this valuable insight.
The aim of this traineeship is to give someone who has an interest in extending and applying their creative digital skills the opportunity to be trained for a career in arts marketing. The trainee will learn how to create digital content that presents or promotes the variety of Artangel’s activity and public projects, building their skills and experience through direct involvement in the creation and implementation of project-based and wider organisation campaigns. They will be working closely with the Marketing and Communications Manager to plan activity and create a variety of assets destined for Artangel’s social media and wider digital channels. They will receive training in a range of skills through induction, shadowing, and work-based projects. This will also include access to external learning and training opportunities and mentoring given by associated organisations such as Creative Access and the Digital Culture Network.
This is an 8-month targeted positive action training programme for people from Black and Asian backgrounds under section 37 (1) of the Race Relations Act 1976. People from these backgrounds are currently under-represented in the creative industries, with only 16% of London’s creative workforce under the age of 30 from BAME backgrounds, compared to 30% of London’s working population under the same age. To be eligible to apply for this training programme you must identify as Asian/Asian British or Black/ African/ Caribbean/ Black British.
We are working with Creative Acces to recruit for this role. To apply, please take the following steps.
You should use your cover letter to demonstrate clearly and fully how you meet the essential criteria for the job and demonstrate your desire to learn and develop the specific responsibilities outlined. The desirable criteria listed under the person specification above contain added skills that would be beneficial for a candidate to have. We will not make assumptions about your achievements or abilities – you must make it clear in your application exactly how you feel they match our requirements.
Please note, this opportunity is only open to Asian/Asian British or Black/ African/ Caribbean/ Black British candidates.
We know that recruiting people from diverse backgrounds encourages our team to be vibrant, creative, and think differently. Our goal is for our staff to be reflective of the demographics of London and creativity in the UK and arts industry as a whole. We welcome differences, be it religion, age, gender, or gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, or those from low socio-economic backgrounds.
Remote working can be discussed to meet the access needs of the applicant. Please see our office access statement and contact us at email@example.com to discuss any adjustments you might need, either as part of the application process or for employment. Artangel is a Disability Confident Committed Employer.
You will be contacted if you are invited for an interview.