London Jewellery School – New Volunteer Position Available

The London Jewellery School are currently looking for a new volunteer to help out in the studio and office starting early in 2012.

The ideal candidate will be able to come in for ½ a day once a week during the office opening hours of 9am-6pm Monday-Friday. We also ask that volunteers can come in at the same time and day each week for consistency.

Most volunteer placements last approx 6-12 months but this is always flexible.

Travel expenses can be covered for up to £5 per day.

The roles vary depending on the volunteers experience and interests but the common activities include:

–       Posting out prospectuses to new students

–       Proof reading documents and letters

–       Assisting with website updates

–       Writing and sending out press releases

–       Helping with washing up cups, emptying bins and tiding the studio

–       Updating spreadsheets and databases

–       Putting leaflets in local jewellery shops

–       Assist with the planning and running of events and parties

& much more.

If you have some time to spare during the week and would like to get some experience of working in a busy and thriving, creative environment please get in touch and send a copy of your CV to Before 14th January 2012

Best wishes and happy making


One Comment

  1. angela Ayres
    Posted September 16, 2012 at 3:16 pm | Permalink | Reply

    At the moment I make costume jewellery ,which I have done for a few years. I have done courses at fair kytes ( in hornchurch) @ I’m very passionate about it!!!! My jewellery has a tendency to look quirky @ also trendy!!!! I would be so enthusiastic too do volunteering @ help out. At the momment ,I’m at fair kytes again @ I will be doing wire work. @ I taught jewellery making @ mind ( for people that had mental health issues) thank you so much for your time luv angelax

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