Learning and Events/Online Intern

31 October 13


  • Job Title: Learning and Events Intern
  • Reports to: Head of Learning and Events
  • Closes: noon on Friday 15th November
  • Date: December 2013 - February 2014

This three month long paid internship offers you the chance to work on BAFTA’s Learning and Events programme, bringing our exciting series of public events to new audiences.

The internship is a full-time, entry-level position working within the Learning and Events team.

Key responsibilities

1) Work with the Learning and Events team to promote events online, through our members’ and public newsletters
2) Assist with the running of events, particularly internal communications and customer service

Specific responsibilities

  • Aid the Communications team in the day-to-day maintenance and updating of the Learning pages of the BAFTA website and the events booking pages, creating and managing online content.
  • Work alongside the Learning and Events Assistant to compile information about events from event producers for internal and partner communications
  • Present information using agreed formats for BAFTA members’ newsletter, public newsletter, website, internal briefing documents etc.
  • Research and administrative tasks as appropriate (compiling guest lists, booking travel and accommodation etc)
  • Responding to enquiries from BAFTA members and members of the public

Knowledge & Experience

  • A passion for Film, Television and/or Video Games.
  • Some experience of working with a website content management system.
  • A working knowledge of image editing software (e.g. Photoshop) and/or Google Analytics.
  • Ability to take the initiative and work as part of a team.
  • A good eye for detail and accuracy.
  • Good overview of UK creative industries and current events in the film, television and Video Games fields.
  • Experience of working on live events
  • Experience of customer service is desirable


The internship is a full-time position at the BAFTA staff offices in Piccadilly for three months starting at the end of November / beginning of Dec 2013.
This is a paid position with a weekly rate, payable in arrears.


Please apply by sending a CV and covering letter to by noon on Friday 15th November. CVs and cover letters should be no more than two pages each (four pages in total) and your cover letter should demonstrate how you fulfil the person specification.

Interviews will take place w/c 18th November.

We are unfortunately unable to give detailed or specific feedback on applications but we will reply to all applicants detailing some general points about the applications we receive.

Please also complete our online diversity monitoring form (which is for our records only and is not part of the selection process).

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