Job opportunities with independent concert promoter 432 Presents through DWP Kickstart Scheme

12 May 2021

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Concert promoter 432 Presents are looking to hire individuals who are passionate about music in partnership with the DWP Kickstart Scheme.⠀
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432 Presents is a fast-growing Glasgow-based independent concert promoter working with some of the most incredible artists in the world. They can offer a number of exciting new positions in conjunction with the DWP Kickstart Scheme. To be eligible you must be aged between 18-24 and currently on Universal Credit.⠀
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The following positions are currently open:

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Assistant Promoter⠀
  • Assistant to the Director⠀
  • Marketing Officer ⠀
  • Marketing Officer with coding experience⠀
  • Community Engagement and Funding officer⠀

The Kickstart Scheme is a 6 month paid job with a local employer, funded by the Government. It provides a fully funded opportunity for young people to gain experience of working in some of Britain’s most exciting companies.

The Kickstart Scheme was announced by the Chancellor in the Summer, and will offer hundreds of thousands of job opportunities over the next two years. A £2 billion pot is available to fully fund exciting positions with businesses across Britain.

Jobs from the Kickstart Scheme are open to 16-24 year olds, who are claiming Universal Credit, and are at risk of long term unemployment. If you have a work coach they will talk to you about the Kickstart Scheme and whether it’s right for you.

To apply, please contact your Work Coach for more information.

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