Date Added: 2 February 2018
: 16 February 2018
Job Title: Data Intern
Working For: Never Such Innocence
Charity Number: 1156148
Salary: Unpaid. Will reimburse reasonable travel expenses (fully flexible hours)
About Never Such Innocence
Never Such Innocence is a high profile and dynamic charity, established to engage children and young people in commemorating the centenary of the First World War. We run events and initiatives which emphasise the Commonwealth dimension of the conflict and the creative legacy which emerged from the war. We run a poetry, art and music competition for schoolchildren aged 9-16, and a series of regional roadshow events.
We are looking for an outgoing and motivated individual to join our team. The role is ideal for someone wanting to gain experience in an office environment and/or wanting to work in the third sector.
The role will be very flexible with no fixed hours or days.
There will be the opportunity to be involved in and learn about any of the following areas:
• Managing and updating large databases
• Managing social media accounts and updating the organisation website
• Marketing and outreach work to a broad range of actors
• Providing administrative support to the team
• Supporting organisation of large high profile events
We encourage a range of applicants with all levels of experience.
The role being advertised is a voluntary one. As such, there are no set hours and responsibilities and you should be free to come and go as you wish. If the post demands set hours and/or has a specific job description you may be deemed to be a ‘worker’ and be covered by National Minimum Wage/National Living Wage legislation. See http://www.w4mp.org/jobs-listings-events/jobs/
advertising-jobs-with-w4mp/volunteers/what-is-the-national-minimum-wage/ for more information about National Minimum Wage/National Living Wage.
Closing Date: 16 February 2018
Interviews will take place the week beginning 19th February. Ideally we would like someone to start as soon as possible.
Please send a CV and covering letter of no more than 500 words to Eleanor Stephens at