Oxfam Stewarding Internships Summer 2013

Posted by Clare Williamson Marketing Executive, Oxfam Festivals Team

12th Apr 2013

Do you love festivals? Are you interested in finding out a bit more about the world of UK festivals? Would you love a chance to intern with Oxfam? Are you, or is someone you know, for a looking for a voluntary internship in Bristol? Well, look no further...

The Oxfam Stewarding Team is recruiting for 2 interns to join the office team for up to 3 days per week including some weekends away at festivals, for 6 months:


Festival Stewarding Marketing and Communications Assistant

This intern will be working with the Marketing Executive, to help communicate, promote and advertise stewarding with Oxfam to the general public and to people who have stewarded with us in the past. You will help to coordinate marketing messages via mail, email, social media print and web - ensuring we have both targeted and general marketing  in place to help recruit stewards for our festivals and events throughout summer/autumn 2013.

If this sounds like something you (or someone you know) would be interested in, follow this link for more information on the role and details of how to apply.


Festival Stewarding Logistics Assistant

This intern will be supporting the operational running of the Oxfam Stewarding Team in the build up to and throughout the summer season. The role will involve preparing equipment, logistical planning, ordering, stock checking, on and off-site vehicle logistics and general office support.

If this sounds like something you (or someone you know) would be interested in, follow this link for more information on the role and details of how to apply.


Please note these are voluntary, unpaid positions, although we do pay reasonable travel expenses and lunch. The closing date for applications is 28 April 2013.

Come and join the team in summer 2013!

www.oxfam.org.uk/stewarding | stewards@oxfam.org.uk | 0300 200 1266



Blog post written by Clare Williamson

Marketing Executive, Oxfam Festivals Team

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