Jobs / Internship / Creative Agent opportunities:
There are a number of opportunities coming up through the Market Place Project.
We are excited to be able to open a Marketing Assistant role within the Market Place team. This is a paid internship position for young people aged 18-24. The person in this role will support our marketing, communications, and audience development strategies, while learning fundamental skills needed for the trade. Deadline 5 September 2016
- assistance with advertising and marketing activities
- draft communications, content for blogs, website, and social media
- event marketing support
- PR support
- collection and synthesis of quantitative and qualitative data from marketing and audience development campaigns
Find out more about the role and person specification by downloading the document below:
Marketing Internship information pack
The Market Place consortium is also seeking an enthusiastic, experienced and flexible full-time Marketing and Audience Development Manager for the duration of the project. They will work with the Consortium partners and local communities to maintain a strong, cohesive brand for the project and implement the marketing strategy to maximise promotion of the programme to meet engagement targets. Deadline 8 September 2016
Excellent copy writing and communication skills are essential, along with experience of using audience segmentation methodology and of commissioning web site and print design.
The post will be based at the ADeC offices in Ely with the potential to also ‘hot desk’ at the offices of our partner organizations. Please download the detailed job description below.
We are recruiting for two roles – Creative Agent and Commissioned Artist – to create a highly visible arts project for Newmarket which celebrates people’s interest in sports and outdoor leisure activities – kite design and kite flying – and the new opportunities that the National Heritage Centre for Horseracing and Sporting Art will bring.
Key objectives of Celebrate Newmarket project are to:
- Increase local interest in participating the arts as makers and as visitors to galleries and museums
- Build relationships with local organisations, developing a sense of local ownership of the National Heritage Centre and creating a dialogue with Market Place about other arts initiatives in the town
- Develop the creative skills of participants and their connection between their everyday lives and the arts, through working with a professional artist
- Develop the skills of the artist through the opportunity to work with expert kite makers/flyers
Creative Agent will build the relationships and infrastructure necessary to set-up the project, including picking up relationships already established by other local partners (i.e. the museum, the Forest Heath Creative Forums Facilitator, the local library etc), scheduling workshops and visits, supporting sessions and the artist as required, and running the final celebration event.
Commissioned Artist will design and deliver the programme, in collaboration with a kite-maker / flyer, from the introductory skills-based workshops to visits to the museum, follow-up workshops designing and making the kites, and the open-sessions, and will be part of the final celebration event.
The Market Place team will provide additional support in marketing and evaluating the project, and some event management manpower.
Please download the Information Pack below for more details about the project and the two roles.
One of our gallery sponsors Tindalls are looking for keen artists to demonstrate their skills in the Ely Shop 10am - 4pm on Saturdays. If you work in any of the following : watercolour, acrylic, oils, pastels, sketching, silk painting, glass painting, porcelain painting, manga painting. If you're interesetd please ask in store.
Get involved! If you are interested in helping out at ADeC we have regular volunteer opportunities including stewarding at Ely Cinema, Children’s Theatre, Concerts and Gallery Events as well as helping in the office with tasks such as photocopying and stuffing envelopes and helping out the box office. We develop and train our volunteers, offering new people the chance to ‘shadow’ more experienced volunteers. You will need to attend an informal interview before being accepted.
Volunteer Form available here
Work experience placements:
We have very limited opportunities for work experience placements, if you are interested an approach should be made through your school, college or university. Minimum age 16 years, we have no maximum age.