Opportunities

We are currently recruiting for a Marketing and Communications Intern, an Education Intern and a Digital Communications Officer - see details below. 

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Marketing and Communications Intern

12-month internship
30 – 37.5 hours per week
£13,687 full-time salary (£10,949 for 30 hours)

We are seeking a Marketing and Communications Intern to join our team and support the successful communication of Liverpool Biennial 2016 and the organisation’s year-round programme.

The Marketing and Communications Intern will assist with all aspects of the delivery of marketing campaigns, including print, public relations, digital media, and close liaison with Liverpool Biennial’s multiple partners and agencies. We are looking for someone with real knowledge and experience of online and social media, who has excellent verbal and communications skills, and is able to work to multiple deadlines. An understanding of local markets and environment would be an advantage.

Download the full application pack  from here or by email from jane@biennial.com

Completed applications and equal opportunity forms should be sent to  jane@biennial.com no later than 5pm on Wednesday 29 July 2015. Please note we cannot accept CV's.

Interviews are expected to be held in Liverpool on Tuesday 18 August with the successful candidate expected to commence on 1 September.



Education Intern

12-month internship
30 – 37 hours per week
£13,687 full-time salary (£10,949 for 30 hours)

Education is central to Liverpool Biennial’s programme and is integrated throughout all of its work. We are currently seeking to appoint an Education Intern to learn from our team by supporting the Education Curator and assisting in the coordination of a wide variety of events, programmes and projects including the Biennial exhibition and year-round programme.

The successful applicant will have experience or knowledge of working with young people and a knowledge and understanding of the North Liverpool area. Experience of, or a strong interest in visual arts would be an advantage.

Download the full application pack  from here or by email from jane@biennial.com

Completed applications should be sent to jane@biennial.com no later than 12pm on Monday 24 August 2015. Interviews will be held in Liverpool in the first two weeks of September. Please note we cannot accept CVs in application.



Digital Communications Officer

13-month contract
22.5 hours per week
Salary £10,558 (£17,362 full-time equivalent)

Liverpool Biennial is seeking a Digital Communications Officer to join its Marketing and Communications Team and deliver an innovative digital strategy that furthers Liverpool Biennial’s audience development objectives. The Digital Communications Officer works closely with the Biennial’s programming and production team, artists, curators, and external agencies to capture and tell digitally the story of Liverpool Biennial 2016. The successful candidate will be proactive with proven experience in digital and content marketing, social media, data analysis, and basic photography and video production / editing skills. 

Download the full application pack from here or by email from jane@biennial.com

Completed applications, optional supporting documentation, and equal opportunity forms should be sent to jane@biennial.com no later than 5pm on Wednesday 26 August 2015. Please note we cannot accept CV's.

Interviews are expected to be held in Liverpool w/c 7 September.