Job Title: Project Officer
Duration: 6 months with possibility of extension depending on funding
Salary: 24,700€ pro-rata
Type of contract: internship, part-time (flexible, max20h a week), fixed term
Starting date beginning of February 2024
Context and Background
ArtéTeka is a small social enterprise based in Dublin, Ireland. Our aim is to support people with experiences of marginalisation and discrimination to develop self-awareness and the skills to take ownership of their lives, while also being at the forefront of social change. We do this through national and international projects and using upcycling as a work methodology.
We are currently experiencing considerable growth and we are looking for someone to support our Project Managers in the implementation of existing projects. We want this to be an opportunity for the future intern to take one step further in their professional development. For this reason, we will make sure that you have constant supervision throughout your internship period and that, as far as possible, you are assigned tasks that match your professional interests. Whilst no one day will be the same as the next, we expect for the core tasks of this position to be:
- community mapping
- support to community engagement
- support to project delivery, including workshops/activities related to the projects/EU funding
- support to development of physical/digital education resources
- digital and physical engagement of project participants
- development of marketing campaigns and dissemination materials
- participation to transnational project meetings.
Duties/tasks may change depending on ongoing needs. Additional work requirements will be discussed and agreed in advance to match the person’s development plan.
Whilst we acknowledge that this is an entry-level position and we do not expect for you to have any previous experience or qualifications, the ideal candidate should have:
- a keen interest in arts and creativity
- proactivity and willingness to put forward their own innovative ideas
- good knowledge of Dublin
- willingness/availability to travel across Europe (travels are paid in full by ArtéTeka)
Please note, due to the nature of the position, we are unable to accept application from people living outside of Ireland. The position is home-based, but we expect several in-person meetings throughout the week.
We are happy to consider flexible work time for people currently enrolled in education and we will agree with the selected person the work pattern that best matches our need and their weekly schedule.
ArtéTeka’s ethos is underpinned by equality, diversity and inclusion. We exist to support marginalised people to achieve empowerment at their own terms and we strive to innovate our action to ensure it reflects the needs of the people we work with. We welcome application from people of every background and identity and we will not prioritise on the basis of your educational attainments.
How to apply
To apply, please send your CV and a cover letter explaining what skills you would like to develop in this position, what you would like to learn and why by Friday 22nd December.
Interviews will be held the week commencing 8th January and the person appointed is expected to start the first week of February.
If you would like to discuss this position before submitting your application, you can send an email to [email protected].