Our Future Music
We recruit interns to work across the Our Future Music programme in Brighton & Hove. There are no internship opportunities at present, but all future intern posts will be advertised here. The type of role we recruit for is described below.
We have developed an inclusive internship recruitment and management toolkit for organisations and can offer training and toolkit templates to other organisations.
Example: Music Leader Internship
Term: A fixed term of 3 months, full time 35 hours per week
Salary: Paid, salary tbc
Brighton & Hove Music & Arts (BHMA) provides music and arts education and performance opportunities for all children and young people across the city.
The Music Leader Internship is designed to help someone who would like to work in music education or with young people through music, by offering a fixed-term opportunity to gain experience and skills in a paid role. We will give you on- the-job training in different aspects of music delivery and provide you with support towards your next move. No formal qualifications or experience are required, but an enthusiasm to learn and develop new skills is essential.
The Music Leader Intern will assist in the smooth running and delivery of a number of local programmes as well as supporting the day to day administration for the regional Music Education Hub. They will work in the Brighton & Hove area.
The Music Leader Intern will be supported by BHMA to learn and develop new skills and experience in:
Music session delivery
Managing and supporting projects
Working with young people
Collaborating with partners
Communicating with a range of audiences, including via phone, email, blogs and social media
During this internship, they will also have opportunities to:
Develop evidence of work skills and experience
Sample different aspects of supporting music projects, such as marketing and music technology
Tailor aspects of the role and duties towards their individual skillset, experience and or interests
Brighton Dome and Festival Ltd is a registered charity and pursues a policy of equal opportunities. Brighton Dome & Festival values diversity, promotes equality and challenges discrimination. We encourage and welcome applications from all backgrounds and all parts of the community, particularly people from ethnic minorities who are currently under-represented. All applications are judged on merit.