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Intern Vacancy

Publicity and Marketing Support Officer

Released: 7 March 2014

 

25 Hours per week for 18.1 weeks (total of 455 hours) £6.31 per hour

 

Please note, this vacancy is now closed. Thanks to those who applied

 

This is a funded position. SCVO is working in partnership with BEMIS, CEMVO, Inclusion Scotland and Scottish Disability Equality Forum to create up to 150 paid internships within third sector organisations for unemployed graduates. All applicants must be aged 30 or younger; hold a SCQF level 8+ qualification (equivalent to an HND, first degree, SVQ Level 4); be unemployed – either in the first 12 months of a benefit claim (pre-Work Programme) or 2 years+ (post-Work Programme), or unemployed and not claiming benefits (but must make a claim for benefits in order to apply for an opportunity).

The Intern will be working behind the scenes to develop a publicity and marketing strategy for our proposed Community Hub.

This will involve creating fresh and innovative ways to keep the local public engaged, while also ensuring the wider public can be made aware of the potential that the region can bring.

The Hub will include Community, Sports, Arts, Tourism and Business elements, so the publicity strategy will need to consist of multiple strands across a range of platforms in order to ensure the relevant markets are reached.

Whilst the internship will be supervised, there will be an element of self-direction that should be born in mind by the applicant.

To apply, please contact your local Jobcentre Plus Personal Advisor who will check your eligibility. Do not contact the Trust directly.

There is no closing date at present, but visit your Job Centre Advisor as soon as possible to avoid missing out. Interview dates will be announced in due course.

More information on the Equality Internship Programme can be found here: SCVO Equality Internship Programme

 

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