Contract: 12 months
Location: 16 Charles II Street, Piccadilly, London SW1Y 4QU. You must be able to work in the London office 60% of your time
Deadline: 4th September 2022 at 23:59
Start date: end of September
Apply if you would love to join BAFTA for an exciting 12-month internship and work with two departments within the organisation.
BAFTA is a leading global charitable institution focused on championing creativity, opportunity and social change for all through the transformative power of film, games and television. They inspire new and unheard voices to become the future of the Film, Games and Television industries, they support talented people from all backgrounds to help them achieve their potential, they advocate progressive industry and cultural change, and they amplify and celebrate excellence across the screen industries.
This internship is aimed at those seeking their first professional role in the industry, including those changing industries or returning to work after a break. This opportunity is a 12-month contract aimed at skilling up and providing a valuable entry point into a career in the arts, arts administration, film, games and/or television.
Through the course of the contract, BAFTA interns will work with two departments within the organisation, spending six months with each department. The BAFTA departments taking part in the internship scheme are: learning, inclusion and talent; events; partnerships and fundraising; PR and communications; and albert (sustainability).
By applying via this advert, you are selecting events as your preferred department.
This role is likely to include some evening and weekend work, which will vary according to department.
What you will learn
PR & comms
Assisting the PR and Communications team with all year round communications activity for BAFTA. Including consumer facing campaigns for BAFTA’s film, games and television awards, year-round initiatives including Breakthrough and Elevate, as well as corporate communications activity and internal comms. This role will report to the Executive Director of PR and Communications, but work to support senior teams across the Communications, Digital Content and Marketing teams on a project basis.
Learning, inclusion & talent
Gain valuable insight into learning and inclusion practices in film, TV and games industry, as well as talent development initiatives. Understand the talent pipeline and how interventions and networking can support the people through their career. Gain insight into BAFTA’s four key audiences: children and young people; new entrants; new talent and industry.
General event logistics assistance in the production of the BAFTA Award ceremonies. You'll demonstrate excellent organisational skills, be a clear and concise communicator and have an interest in event management with a keen eye for detail. You will need to be self-motivated and hardworking, proactive and able to learn quickly on the job and work to tight deadlines.
Gaining an insight into the exposure to working in film/TV production departments and the growth of being more environmentally sustainable. Undertake administrative tasks to support the Director of albert and wider project objectives, including diary management, writing minutes, and sending out briefing materials. Support in managining the albert inbox, directing correspondence to the relevant member of the team and liaising with production teams regarding their use of albert tools and resources. Carry out evidence-checking assessments for albert sustainable production certification.
Partnerships & fundraising
Support the fundraising team in delivering the biennial BAFTA Fundraising Gala. This is BAFTA’s biggest fundraising event and raises vital funds for BAFTA’s year-round charitable initiatives and programmes. The internship is a great opportunity to gain hands-on experience of BAFTA’s work and to learn how a large fundraising Gala is produced. You will support the fundraising team in day-to-day administrative duties for both the Gala and the team’s wider fundraising remit during this busy and exciting period.
Knowledge, skills, experience
- Excellent attention to detail
- Excellent written English and telephone/ in-person manner
- Organisation skills
- Ability to work in a directed way, managing regular tasks
- Ability to take initiative
- Interested in film, games and/or TV
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This opportunity is only open to individuals from a group that is under-represented in the creative industries. This includes, but is not limited to Black, Asian and ethnically diverse candidates, disabled people and individuals from lower socioeconomic backgrounds.
The successful candidate for this opportunity will also participate in a Creative Access support programme that sits alongside workplace training. This includes a programme of induction training, monthly masterclasses, wellbeing support, buddying / mentoring and more.
Years of experience