LARC/ThrivePartnerships and Development Internship
LARC/Thrive is seeking an outstanding individual for the role of Partnerships and Development Intern.
This internship is an excellent opportunity for someone looking to enter the field of arts management and community arts relationships, but also wishing to build their CV, make connections and gain valuable experience.
The ideal candidate will have a passion for the arts and communities and will be committed to bring the best of their skills and abilities to the organisation. Computer literacy, organisation skills and sense of initiative are absolutely essential for this role. Previous experience in the arts, paid or voluntary, including promotion, event or project management would be desirable.
You will work with the LARC/Thrive team and directly with the Partnerships And Development Co-ordinatorproviding administrative and project support on specifically the following areas:
- The North Liverpool map – help with populating an interactive map which is accessible on the LARC website, this will include encouraging community organisations to use the map and making sure they know how to use it
- Volunteers – getting students placed in community organisations and checking their placementsare working out
- Capacity building project – workshop/seminar support and secretarial support
- Evaluation development project – workshop/seminar support
The position is part-time and flexible (3-4 days a week); involving evening and weekend concert attendance, as well as occasional special events outside of the Phil.
This is an unpaid internship for an initial duration of 3 months (renewable).
To apply please send your CV to Adeyinka Olushonde,Partnerships And Development Co-ordinator, at ith a cover letter outlining the reasons you believe you would be suitable for the position.
Applications must be received by 10.00am, 14 July. Interviews will be held on Monday21 July, for a start w/c 26 July. Only successful applicants will be contacted.
For more information about LARC* Thrive^ and the programmes mentioned above please visit
*Liverpool Arts Regeneration Consortium (LARC) is an alliance of eight of the city’s major cultural organisations and was set up to play a leading role in helping regenerate Merseyside.
^ Arts Council England’s Thrive! programme aims to provide a systematic approach to helping cultural organisations gain the expertise needed to respond to and influence a rapidly changing environment. It is supporting a number of organisations across England, including several consortia. The largest of which is LARC/Thrive programme.