Tagged: Apprenticeships

Apprenticeship Opportunity: Keswick Museum

Apprentice Museum Assistant
Full Time (32.5 hours per week) One year contract from 25 July 2016
Salary: £5.30 per hour (under 21)
Closing Date 14 July 2016

Keswick Museum are looking for an out-going and reliable young person to help Museum trustees, staff and volunteers run a busy, friendly, fun and informative Museum. The post runs in partnership with Gen2 and will lead to a Level 2 qualification in Customer Service.

For full details and a job description please email info@keswickmuseum.org.uk or call on 017687 73263.

 

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Apprenticeship Opportunity: Harris Museum & Art Gallery

Apprentice Visitor Services Assistant
(Fixed Term Contract for 12 months)
£15,145 per annum (Living Wage)

The Harris Museum & Art Gallery are looking to recruit a motivated front line member of staff to provide a first class customer care service to all of their visitors.

They are proud of the services we provide to local people and visitors from all over the country. If you have an interest in museums and galleries, enjoy working with people and would like to contribute to the welcoming atmosphere in the inspiring surroundings of the Harris then they’d like to hear from you.

Duties include assisting visitors, working in the museum shop, cafe and security of exhibits for which full training will be given. Applicants must be adaptable and able to use initiative. Practical and manual handling skills are an advantage.

The successful candidate will be required to undertake a Disclosure and Barring check at standard level.

For more details and to apply visit the Training 2000 website or the Preston City Council jobs website.

Apprenticeship Opportunity: HOME

Programme Assistant (Apprenticeship)

From HOME:

As part of the Creative Employment Programme, we have a fantastic opportunity to join the Programme Team at HOME. You’ll be working in a key support role within the visual art and film teams of HOME, contributing to the effective running of HOME’s artistic programming. You’ll be responsible for managing the schedules of the Artistic Directors for film and visual art, managing guests (including visiting artists and filmmakers), and assisting with events and exhibitions.

This is an apprenticeship role, and alongside working at HOME you will complete a Level 3 qualification in Community Arts. You must be 18-24, resident in the city of Manchester, and not in education, employment, or training in order to apply.

For more information including the person specification please download the apprentice pack.

To apply, please visit the National Apprenticeship Service website

Enquiries: lee.ashworth@homemcr.org
Deadline: Thu 10 September 2015
Interviews: Thu 17 September 2015

– See more at: http://homemcr.org/jobs/programme-assistant-apprenticeship/#sthash.qkCAXaC7.dpuf

Creative Employment Programme Extended to 2016

Cultural organisations in England have been given an extra 12 months to apply to the Creative Employment Programme and secure funding to subsidise new apprentice and internship positions within the sector.

The extension will enable the continuation of a hugely successful programme which has already engaged over 850 arts and cultural sector organisations across England, enabling more than 1,000 apprenticeships, 1,200 internships to be created in businesses of all sizes.

The Creative Employment Programme is supported by Arts Council England Lottery funding. It aims to support employers within the Arts Council’s footprint1 to create apprenticeships, internship and traineeship opportunities for unemployed young people aged 16-24 in England.

Following the decision to extend the programme, employers now have until November 2015 to apply for grants to subsidise the wages of new recruits, and positions can start any time before 31st March 2016.

Success stories and case studies are available at http://ccskills.org.uk/cep

Funding available to support Apprenticeships

  • £2000 per apprenticeship from the Creative Employment Programme1, when you pay the National Minimum Wage (relevant to their age) or £1,500 when you pay at least the Apprentice Minimum Wage (£2.73 p/hr) for 12 months for at least 30 hours a week.
  • £1500 Apprenticeship Grant for Employers (AGE) government funding can be matched to this for companies with less than 50 employees who have not had an apprentice in the last 12 months (enhanced to £3000 in London for employers under 250 staff).
  • £2500 per paid internship from the Creative Employment Programme, when you pay the National Minimum Wage (relevant to their age) for six months for min. 30 hours a week.

For further details about the programme, including eligibility criteria and guidance for applicants visit http://www.creative-employment.co.uk or contact cep@ccskills.org.uk