Voluntary Work Placements provide practical experience to people starting their career in the Arts.
VOLUNTARY WORK PLACEMENTS
Voluntary Work Placements provide experience and an insight into a career in the Arts. The nature of work offered through these placements varies between departments.
Library & Archive and Digital Archive Voluntary Work Placement
An opportunity has arisen for work experience within a developing archives and library.
Globe Education has three Internships available within its Library & Archive Team.
Projects will cover a range of performance, historical or administrative collections, giving the appointed candidates experience in processing library and archive material. Through reading-room supervision, Volunteer Work Placements will also gain valuable customer service and administrative experience.
The third Internship will focus on the digital archive of video and audio material. The Volunteer Work Placement here will assist with the ongoing video and audio digitisation projects, gaining valuable experience in developing a digital archive.
To obtain more information and to apply, please download the Volunteer Work Placement Profile and return your application form and equal opportunity monitoring form to email@example.com by 5.00pm on Sunday 8 November 2015. Interviews will take place on either of Tuesday 17 or Tuesday 24 November 2015.
As a registered charity, Shakespeare’s Globe can offer Work Placements on an unpaid basis. We are committed to fully-flexible placements, subject to agreement.