Directory — Don’t Miss: Full-time junior jobs, commissions for disabled artists, and a British Vogue X BMW scholarship

Posted 16 November 2020 Written by Lecture in Progress

Checked out our Opportunities Board lately? Well, if not, luckily for you we’re sharing a new set of fantastic recent additions below. There’s plenty to get stuck into – including some full-time junior roles for art directors and developers, plus a four-month-long scholarship programme from BMW and British Vogue!

Junior Project Manager, Bond + Coyne

Bond + Coyne are looking for an ambitious junior project manager to join their growing London-based studio. Whether creating new brands, building interactive experiences or delivering insight, they're driven by a positive and straightforward approach to problem solving.

If you're an enthusiastic and positive team player, this might be right up your street. You'll be working alongside colleagues and clients on project plans and timelines, producing costings, shaping briefs, recording project information and scheduling the team's time.

Find out more about how to apply here.

Junior frontend developer, SOON_

Do you have a great portfolio of digital work, and lots of ideas about how to do things your way? You'll want to take a look at this full-the opportunity from SOON_. The team are looking for a junior frontend developer who has an interest in defining slick user experiences as well as writing clean, elegant code.

You'll be helping out on projects, and working directly with senior members of the technical team.

If you love what you do, want to learn, are proactive, and show genuine talent and attention to detail, they want to hear from you!

Check out all of the details here.

British Vogue X BMW UK Scholarship Programme

British Vogue and BMW UK have partnered to launch the first British Vogue X BMW UK Scholarship Programme. This is a unique opportunity for you to join a four-month paid placement, beginning in 2021, across both British Vogue and BMW UK’s offices in central London and Farnborough.

The successful candidates will undertake a four-month scholarship, with a chance to develop in the Vogue Publishing and BMW UK Marketing departments. You'll be coached by mentors, work on collaborative projects and undertake training to develop your true potential.

There are three four-month-long placements up for grabs in 2021. There is no set commencement date right now, but you must be available for the full duration.

Applications close on Friday 11th December 2020 – find out what you'll need to apply here.

Commissioning opportunity for disabled artists

To mark the 25th anniversary of the Disability Discrimination Act, BBC Arts, Arts Council England, Arts Council of Northern Ireland, Arts Council of Wales and Creative Scotland have launched a new Culture in Quarantine commissioning round to celebrate the work of disabled, D/deaf and neurodiverse artists.

Ten established disabled artists will be commissioned to create new video or audio works to be published on BBC platforms in 2021. There is no specific editorial brief, but proposals should be for video or audio content. Projects can – but do not have to – creatively respond to the disabled experience of living through the pandemic.

The deadline for applications is noon, Tuesday 12 January 2021. All the details can be found here.

Free online events for YouTubers from #YouTubeBlack

Calling all YouTube creators! Following a highly successful launch event with Naomi Campbell and Tiwa Savage, #YouTubeBlack are excited to present their latest events for the next generation of creatives: Boss & Bloom X Confident and Killing It sessions facilitated by qualified coach, speaker and activist Tiwalola Ogunlesi, and the Getting the Best out of Brand Partnerships panel discussion.

Due to limited places, these events are aimed at YouTube creators with at least 1000 subscribers. But if that’s not you yet, YouTube has got loads of useful content to help you get there from their official YouTube Creators and Creator Insider channels plus the Creator Academy platform filled with helpful courses to name a few resources.

All the details can be found here.

Posted 16 November 2020 Written by Lecture in Progress
Collection: Directory

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