12 internships have been announced by the University. Full details and job descriptions for the roles are available here.
In brief the roles are:
1 x Graduate Intern (Registrar’s Office): A 12 month contract working primarily within the Registrar’s Office, Secretariat and Health and Safety.
11 x Graduate Intern (Student Affairs): 6 month contracts working primarily within the Student Administration and Admission teams.
In addition the following posts will be advertised in the near future: 2 x Student Support Internships.These are 12 month contracts working within the Advice Service/ Student Funding term.
If you happen to be on campus today, there will be a chance to discuss these opportunities in the Atrium, Brayford Campus, 12.00 to 14.00
Yesterday we opened applications for Radio 1 & 1Xtra’s Take It On Trainee scheme.
We’re practicing what we preach with Take it On, by opening the doors of Radio 1 & 1Xtra’s new HQ and offering paid placements that give young people the opportunity to build experience and get involved in what we do at the networks. Four trainees will start with us on 8 week placements at the end of January and placements will then run across the year.
“We are an innovative disability project keen to develop the use of new technology with the children we work with, specifically I Pads or similar. However we work with children with complex disabilities and often limited communication. We want to look at Apps or methods to be able to more actively seek the views of children, and equally easy enough for a wide range of staff with various degrees of IT knowledge to use.” Job details.
From Helen McCarron, UoL Careers & Employability Advisor :
I know this is a tight turn around but there is a very exciting opportunity which has arisen with BBC DRAMA PRODUCTION NORTH on the 3 x 60 minute BBC THREE drama IN THE FLESH, a family drama looking at identity and discrimination but with a surprising genre twist. Deadline is Tuesday 2nd October at noon.
This is a fantastic chance to work out on location and oversee all aspects of a BBC drama production. The successful trainee will be based on set and main duties will include working alongside the assistant directors. Continue reading →
“You have to have a lot of determination. If this is the industry you want to be in, then don’t give up. It may take years, but if you’re passionate, it’ll show through.”
After handing in my final assignment in 2010, I only stayed at Lincoln for another month. I was tempted to stay longer of course and make use of the University’s equipment and try to delay the realisation that my student life was over, but I was pretty confident that I was going to get a job in London, or at least an internship quite quickly. How hard can that be, I thought. After an intense final year to complete a 50 minute television drama on a student budget, I thought I was prepared for anything. Looking back now, I was unbelievably naïve.
Sports Revolution is a state-of-the-art sports marketing agency that nurtures mutually beneficial relationships between Rights Holders, Brands and Sports Fans. They are looking for a Broadcast Scheduler / Matchday Operator. THIS IS PART OF THE UNIVERSITY OF LINCOLN’S NEWLY QUALIFIED GRADUATE INTERNSHIP SCHEME. YOU MUST HAVE GRADUATED FROM LINCOLN UNIVERSITY IN 2010, 2011 OR DUE TO GRADUATE IN 2012 TO BE ELIGIBLE TO APPLY.
Do you want to write for EastEnders, Casualty, Holby City and Doctors? Do you want training across BBC One’s flagship shows and a springboard to write across the entire range of the BBC’s drama output?
A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a motivated, self-starting recent graduate to undertake a four week placement between mid June and the end of November (depending on availability) with the production team of Mastermind. CVs and responses to the questions posed need to come to me first, email@example.com, not go directly to the BBC. Download details
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: WEDNESDAY 25TH APRIL, NOON
Hi, my name is Abi Bremner, I graduated from the University of Lincoln in September 2011 with a first class honors degree in Media Production. I am currently living in Brisbane, Australia and wondered whether anyone from the School of Media has any contacts out here that they could put me in touch with.
I am currently looking for work experience and internships to develop my cv so that I can then begin applying for more senior roles and positions. Any feedback or advice would be greatly received as I really want to try and get sponsorship out here and in the long run apply for residency. Look forward to hearing from you, Abi Bremner