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Cockpit Arts aims to be an equitable employer. We recognise and encourage the potential of a diverse workforce and appoint on merit.
£35,000 per annum pro rata for 4 days a week.
The post holder will support the Cockpit Arts’ Business Incubation team with the project management and delivery of the London Creative Network programme, specifically with joint responsibility for one to one coaching and workshop content.
We work with a wide range of talented individuals, including master craftspeople, artist-makers, batch producers and more scalable businesses. Through the London Creative Network programme we deliver services to craftspeople based outside of Cockpit Arts.
You will work between our Holborn site in central London and our Deptford site in South East London. The London Creative Network programme, supported by ERDF, assists London-based small creative companies and sole traders to advance their capacities for products, services and development. The programme is delivered by a consortium of four organisations: Four Corners, Cockpit Arts, Photofusion & SPACE.
For further information, please contact Emma Sims at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deadline is 5.30pm on Wednesday 20 September.
Please send your completed application form and CV to be considered.
Interviews will be held on Tuesday 26 September.
Cockpit Arts aims to be an equitable employer. We recognise and encourage the potential of a diverse workforce and appoint on merit
This role is part-funded by the European Union.
Cockpit Arts’ Creative Employment Programme was established in 2013 as an initiative to help studio holders take on their first employees and to increase opportunities for employment in the craft sector. To apply for current positions working as an Apprentice you must be 16 to 24 years old and a non-graduate.
New Apprenticeship opportunities will be advertised towards the beginning of 2018.
Please note: To apply for an Apprenticeship you must be 16 to 24 years old and a non-graduate.
Our 2016 – 2018 programme is supported by The Drapers’ Company.