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[paid] Inclusion Scotland and Creative Scotland are excited to offer this internship opportunity with a focus on improving communication with Deaf BSL users through digital communications.
Posted 13 days ago
By Inclusion Scotland / Creative Scotland
Edinburgh based LOOKLOOK Photobooths are looking for a bright and self-motivated intern for 3 months starting asap. This role is to be the first point of contact for most leads so a great phone manner and fantastic written and verbal skills are a must. Great for a marketing or events graduate or someone looking for a career in PR, marketing, experiential or events. Our clients are top-end beauty, fashion and FMCG clients running experiential campaigns. You will be working on fun events, in a fast-paced environment. Some work experience necessary. The salary will be £200 per week. Please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted 5 days ago
Edinburgh production company Heehaw showed their massive commitment to the local industry by becoming official Emerging Talent sponsors of Move Summit 2017. Heehaw are delighted to announce that they will be offering a Summer Internship to one lucky person. The Internship will be a 6 week placement, based at their studio in central Edinburgh, where you will be working on client projects and gaining valuable experience and a salary of £14K pro rata. All you have to do is send in a 1-minute showreel and a short covering letter explaining why you are the ideal candidate for this position. Just send a covering letter and link to your work to email@example.com.
Posted 3 months ago
Digital Skills Academy are delivering a new IT training course for young people from disadvantaged backgrounds aged 16-25 keen to take their first steps towards a career in IT. These young people may have missed out on opportunities in the past are being given the chance to get their start in the world of IT. Organised in partnership with Edinburgh College and City of Edinburgh Council, the course will give young people key skills in two areas: · Basic computer subjects including hardware, software, security, troubleshooting, upgrading and networking and will equip them for CompTIA A+ certification · Employability skills by offering the SQA Employability Award If this is something that appeals to you and you would like further information then please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted 9 months ago
By Edinburgh Guarantee
Deadline 31 December 2017