OPPORTUNITIES

Social Media and Digital Marketing Apprentice

We are looking for an enthusiastic, knowledgeable and arts-loving social media apprentice to maintain and develop Charleston’s social media platforms.

The role will involve developing Charleston’s online presence via digital media (including Facebook, Twitter and YouTube) by uploading regular content and researching news stories and events relating to Charleston and the Bloomsbury group, as well as assisting with general administrative tasks in both the marketing and fundraising departments.

You will spend four days a week working at Charleston and one day a week at Dv8 Sussex where you will be training with creative and media specialists. The apprenticeship lasts a year and you will have a Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeship in Social Media & Digital Marketing when you have completed it.

Dv8 Sussex is a specialist creative and media training provider, and has been run by industry professionals for over 10 years, providing a real working experience of being in a small creative company.

For more information about the role and to apply please visit Dv8 Sussex’s website

 

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Volunteers - Get involved at Charleston

We offer many volunteering opportunities, from helping with mailings and organising events, to weeding the garden and working with the Curator. The time and expertise that volunteers bring to Charleston are of enormous value to the Trust. We also hope to provide volunteers with experience and references they can use in developing a career in the arts.

If you are interested in volunteering with us please fill out the form below and send to The Charleston Trust, Charleston, Firle, Lewes, East Sussex, BN8 6LL or email info@charleston.org.uk

Application to Volunteer at Charleston

Volunteer House Stewards, Sundays and Bank Holiday Mondays from end March to early November.

Volunteer House Stewards welcome visitors and bring the house to life by providing information about Charleston’s occupants and their artwork. Stewards also keep an eye on security and visitor safety in the house. No experience or background in the arts is needed just a positive approach and willingness to learn as well as enjoying working with the public. For further information please email k.majer@charleston.org.uk .