Duration of Internship: 10 months from September 2016 – July 2017
Hours: Hours will vary week to week but interns could work up to a maximum of 30 hours in a week when we are running 5-day schools, and some weekends (especially weekends when courses are running) alongside their personal studio time. The number of hours will vary according to age and experience.
Remuneration: Interns will receive £200 per calendar month, plus use of the glass studio and studio equipment for personal use (negotiable studio hours).
Accommodation: Accommodation is not included; however assistance in finding suitable accommodation will be given if required.
-Bachelor’s Degree OR relevant glassmaking experience
-No formal qualifications are required but an interest in learning new skills and a passion for glass essential
-Fluent English speaking
-Be able to lift up to 25kg
-A full driving license and own car is essential as the school is in a rural location.
-Be able to work in both a hot glass and kiln room environment
-Be reliable and punctual
-Be able to work as part of a team
-Have a positive attitude and strong work ethic
-Enjoy working with their hands
-Take instruction well
-Have good communication skills
-Be able to work in a public facing environment
-Potential for progression to further employment as glass technician/tutor for the right candidate
-Exit interview and feedback from the employer to build on apprentice’s CV
How to Apply:
Applications by email.
Please send your CV, Artist Statement and up to 8 images of your work by email to Kim Wood email@example.com You will receive a confirmation of your application or a request for further details within 72 hours.
Closing Date for Applications: June 30th 2016 for interviews in mid-July More information and enquiries by email firstname.lastname@example.org