Creative Learning Internship

Job Description

Job Title Creative Learning Intern
Reports to Creative Learning Director and Company Director
Terms of contract 10 hours per week, the hours are flexible, but will be mostly late afternoon, evenings and weekends.
Salary £10 per hour
Probation period 1 month
Notice Period 2 weeks
Fixed Contract January 2024 – 31st August 2024
Location Putney Arts Theatre, Ravenna Road, Putney, SW15 6AW

Age 18-21 year old
Specification We would specifically like to encourage applications of young people from a low income
background or those facing disadvantage.

The Creative Learning Intern will work alongside the Creative Learning Director to deliver a range of activities for Group 64 Theatre for Young People. This will include planning and assisting of youth theatre classes, planning and assisting of holiday projects, supporting on productions, membership administration, social media and marketing

Key Responsibilities
Membership Administration – administering Group 64 new member applications.
Group 64 Administration – providing administrative support for staff, including maintain databases
Marketing and Social Media – learning to market Group 64 classes and holiday projects, planning and scheduling social media output.
Performance support – building and painting sets, sourcing props, preparing costume lists.
Directing – Assistant directing on main stage shows.
Education Programme – supporting our education output, collating evaluation feedback.
Class Assisting – assisting with our education program and weekly classes.

Person Specification

Our ideal candidate would have the following qualities

  • Imagination, initiative, flexibility and creativity.
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills
  • Planning and time management skills.
  • Good written English
  • IT and digitally-literate
  • Ability to work alone or as part of a team

Throughout the internship the successful candidate will gain skills in the following areas

  • Drama class workshop delivery
  • Administration
  • Social media
  • Marketing
  • Production skills – lighting/set building
  • Assistant Directing

Application Process
We would specifically like to encourage applications of young people from a low income background or those facing disadvantage. We want everyone who believes they meet the person specification to feel
comfortable and confident applying for this role. We are committed to equality of opportunity for all staff and welcome applications from all individuals regardless of disability, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships.
It is our responsibility to make the application process accessible – if you require this pack in a different format or if you would like to apply in a different way, please email Nicola Sterry on [email protected]


Please apply by submitting either

  • your CV and a cover letter (maximum 1 A4 page) setting out how you meet the person specification.
  • or an equivalent video (no longer than 2 mins)

by 12 noon on Friday 15th December to [email protected]. We would also like an equal opportunities form to be completed which can be found here.

Interview Process

We will contact you to let you know that we have received your application and then again by Monday 18th December to let you know if you have been shortlisted or not.

If you would like to know the interview questions in advance then we can send these to you, as well as who is on the interview panel.

If you have any questions then please do not hesitate to get in contact with us.

Key Dates
Application Deadline: Friday 15th December
Interviews : Week of the 8th January
Start Date: January (this can be flexible)