Internship Opportunities at The Reader Organisation
The Reader Organisation is recruiting for our latest round of internships at our Head Office in Liverpool.
Passionate about literature? Want the opportunity to work in a vibrant, creative environment and put your talents to use building the Reading Revolution? An internship role at The Reader Organisation may be for you…
We offer internships to energetic graduate-level individuals. Each role covers a wide range of engaging activities and provides the opportunity to gain practical and stimulating work experience as part of a dynamic charity and social enterprise. Current internship roles for September 2013 are:
- Arts Administration Intern (download role description)
- Communications and Development Intern (download role description)
- Market Research Intern (download role description)
- Promotional Design Intern (download role description)
Internships last for sixteen weeks, from September 2013-January 2014, for a total of 21 hours per week (flexible). Roles are unpaid but travel expenses will be recouped.
“It was a great working environment: encouraging creativity and nurturing individuality. Not every intern can say they get out what they put in – and more! By the end of the four months I felt proud of what I’d achieved, and grateful for being part of such an inspiring charity” – former intern at The Reader Organisation
How to apply:
Please complete the required application form available at www.thereader.org.uk – click on the ‘Working with us’ tab and return by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or in post to The Reader Organisation, The Friary Centre, Bute Street, Liverpool L5 3LA.
Deadline for applications: 12pm, Wednesday 11th September 2013
You will be notified if you are to be called for interview by the end of the day on Thursday 12th September 2013. If you have not heard from us by then, you have been unsuccessful. Volume of applications may make replies to everyone impossible.
Interviews will be held at The Reader Organisation Office on Tuesday 17th September 2013
If you have any queries, please call The Reader Organisation on 0151 207 7207.