NZ Music Commission Industry Internship

Listed on:

Friday 11 November 2022

Applications closes on:

Wednesday 30 November 2022

Sorry, job applications for this job position are no longer being accepted.

NZ Music Commission Industry Internship

- What is the NZ Music Commission Industry Internship Programme?

The Industry Internship Programme is an initiative by the Music Commission to help emerging music professionals and recent tertiary graduates gain experience and kick-start their careers in the music sector.

Running since 2018, the Programme has successfully placed Interns into a wide range of industry roles each year – including working in recording studios, assisting at events management companies and live music venues, working in PR and publishing companies, working alongside artist management and more.

Individuals who are eager to gain experience in the music industry and kick-start their careers in the sector are encouraged to apply.

- When and for how long is the placement period of an Intern?

While the start date and placement period depends on each individual Host Organisation, most Internships are expected to begin in January or February 2023 for a placement of between 12 and 20 weeks. Some flexibility may be possible to accommodate weekly schedules (e.g. for part-time study, or a second job) - however all Internships must be completed before the end of June 2023.

Each Internship's start date and hours - along with a short job description - are listed on the next page. Please make sure to double-check the Internship start date and placement period for the role(s) you are applying for!

- Does an Intern get paid?

Yes, Interns will be paid $23.65 per hour before tax. Interns submit fortnightly timesheets to the Music Commission that are also paid on a fortnightly basis.

- How do I apply?

There are a total of 26 Internship positions available for the 2023 Industry Internship Programme, based in Auckland, New Plymouth, Te Tairāwhiti, Palmerston North, Wellington and Christchurch.

To apply for any of this year's available Internships, please complete the online application form and attach a cover letter and up-to-date CV.  You can select up to three Internships you would like to considered for.

Applications will close at 5.00pm on Wednesday 30 November 2022.  We are unable to accept any applications submitted after the closing date.

**Please note there are two Internships - 2. Events and Artist Management Assistant (Christchurch) and 11. Client and Event Services Co-ordinator (Auckland) - which will start in December 2022. If you wish to apply for either of these roles, you will need to submit your application by 5.00pm on Wednesday 16 November 2022.



NZ Music Commission Industry Internship

Listed on Friday 11 November 2022 | No Advertiser Specified | ,

Applications closes on Wednesday 30 November 2022

<p>NZ Music Commission Industry Internship</p><p>- What is the NZ Music Commission Industry Internship Programme?</p><p>The Industry Internship Programme is an initiative by the Music Commission to help emerging music professionals and recent tertiary graduates gain experience and kick-start their careers in the music sector.</p><p>Running since 2018, the Programme has successfully placed Interns into a wide range of industry roles each year – including working in recording studios, assisting at events management companies and live music venues, working in PR and publishing companies, working alongside artist management and more.</p><p>Individuals who are eager to gain experience in the music industry and kick-start their careers in the sector are encouraged to apply.</p><p>- When and for how long is the placement period of an Intern?</p><p>While the start date and placement period depends on each individual Host Organisation, most Internships are expected to begin in January or February 2023 for a placement of between 12 and 20 weeks. Some flexibility may be possible to accommodate weekly schedules (e.g. for part-time study, or a second job) - however all Internships must be completed before the end of June 2023.</p><p>Each Internship's start date and hours - along with a short job description - are listed on the next page. Please make sure to double-check the Internship start date and placement period for the role(s) you are applying for!</p><p>- Does an Intern get paid?</p><p>Yes, Interns will be paid $23.65 per hour before tax. Interns submit fortnightly timesheets to the Music Commission that are also paid on a fortnightly basis.</p><p>- How do I apply?</p><p>There are a total of 26 Internship positions available for the 2023 Industry Internship Programme, based in Auckland, New Plymouth, Te Tairāwhiti, Palmerston North, Wellington and Christchurch.</p><p>To apply for any of this year's available Internships, please complete the online application form and attach a cover letter and up-to-date CV. &nbsp;You can select up to three Internships you would like to considered for.</p><p>Applications will close at 5.00pm on Wednesday 30 November 2022. &nbsp;We are unable to accept any applications submitted after the closing date.</p><p>**Please note there are two Internships - 2. Events and Artist Management Assistant (Christchurch) and 11. Client and Event Services Co-ordinator (Auckland) - which will start in December 2022. If you wish to apply for either of these roles, you will need to submit your application by 5.00pm on Wednesday 16 November 2022.</p><p><br></p><p><br></p>

Sorry, job applications for this job position are no longer being accepted.