Graduate Intern - Performance
To assist Course Leader in the Performing Arts department with outreach to develop awareness of opportunities across the performing arts and establish key industry relationships for further development.
- To assist with the provision of workshops and the production of stage and screen projects internally and externally as required.
- To research opportunities for outreach (industry and collegiate) to support employability and develop awareness of the new courses within colleges and schools nationally to drive applications.
- Work with colleagues to research and develop placement opportunities within the performing arts, and assist with the development and delivery of the Final Years’ Showcase. Employability will be a key focus for research with a view to develop working relationships with real outcomes across the performing arts.
- Development of new local and national partnerships including festivals, funding bodies, theatres, production houses, casting directors, screen and radio producers in order to develop a diverse range of graduate opportunities.
- To assist with the provision of workshops as required, both internally and externally
- To research and develop outreach opportunities - industry and collegiate
- Research and develop placement opportunities
- Assist with Final Years' Showcase
- To provide support in researching and developing employability opportunities
- Assist with the production of stage and screen projects
- To undertake any other duties commensurate with this post as required
- Demonstrate the University's values of respect, ownership, integrity, engagement, inclusivity and teamwork
- Flexibility in working ocassional evening and weekends, supporting on and off campus activities
- Ensuring accurate input of data into university systems including the appropriate handling of data in accordance with established University policies and procedures
- Work in accordance with relevant internal and external quality standards and benchmarks and ensure activity is informed by best practice
- 2017 Undergraduate Degree from Southampton Solent University
- BA (Hons) Acting and Performance or suitable matching degree would be desirable
- Good working knowledge of software packages such as Microsoft Office
- Ability to demonstrate a good understanding of activities that support graduates' employability within the performing arts
- Basic working knowledge of a variety of acting and performance techniques
- Preparing and delivering workshops and presentations
- Working to deadlines
- Team working
- Good administrative and organisational skills
- Good written and verbal communication skills
- Good collaborative working ethics