We have opened up some internships for the period 1st September to 31st December. Placements are generally six weeks and anything from 2-5 days per week. For full details and how to apply, check out the listing page.
Stevie and the wolf would approve.
Southern Records and Rarely Unable PR are looking for interns. Bright, passionate, committed, computer literate individuals with a good appreciation of Southern Records are encouraged to apply. We enjoy a good sense of humour too!
Southern Records is a fiercely independent record label, artist management and recording studio established in the late 1970’s punk heyday. Rarely Unable is a new independent PR company whose founder has been a key player in Southern’s most recent history. Now the two companies are sharing offices and we’re looking to recruit some interns who can assist us while gaining some excellent hands-on experience.
Interns will assist in the day to day running of the mail-order and production departments, as well as assisting the Managing Director of Southern Records with key tasks. Additionally, interns will assist the founder of PR company, Rarely Unable with a variety of publicity-oriented assignments.
Duties will include:
- Undertaking creative writing tasks
- Internet research
- Maintaining databases
- Preparing mail shots
- Filing, photocopying, scanning
- Budgeting and marketing
- Distribution liaison
- Making tea and coffee, emptying the bins – everything we do on a day to day basis.
Things you won’t be doing:
- High fives
- Blagging onto the Godspeed guest list
- Updating your Facebook/Bebo/Myspace/Whatever page
- Running to the dry cleaners
- Spinning Kings Of Leon while you stuff envelopes
By the end of the placement, our interns will have a good grasp of the inner workings of an independent record label and an independent PR company.
We are looking for people who can fill a minimum placements of six weeks, ideally able to devote from 25-40 hours per week to us. Our placements are unpaid although we do offer a contribution towards travel costs.
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