Creative Employment Programme

JulieCockpit 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. After successfully receiving funds from CCSkills’ Creative Employment Programme, supported using public funding by Arts Council England, Cockpit will help 22 craft business owners recruit 14 paid apprentices and interns by Summer 2015.

Jessica Poole and Yen jewellery are currently hiring an admin & marketing assistant to assist their central London studios.  Both companies are expanding and the businesses need an energetic person with initiative to support their growth. This is an exciting opportunity for an astute individual to work closely alongside designers of two established brands.

Click here to download a job description and email imogen@cockpitarts.com for an application pack.

Please note: As this is a Creative Employment Programme funded internship at the time of applying you must be aged 18 to 24 years old and you must be registered as unemployed with Jobcentre Plus.

To keep up to date with our current Creative Employment opportunities or to know more about our programme please email Imogen Gray at imogen@cockpitarts.com

Interested in knowing more about our consortium approach to employment? Read CCSkills case study on Cockpit Arts Creative Employment Programme here >

To find out more about CCSkill’s Creative Employment Programme click here >

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