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  • Production Coordinator

    Posted .

    An exciting opportunity for a bright, motivated individual to provide high-quality administrative and organisational support at SHOWstudio, Nick Knight's award-winning fashion website.

    Working closely with the Production Manager, the position provides essential support to a high performing team, to ensure the smooth running of a busy studio and online publisher. Delivering against the daily publishing schedule and across a wide scope of projects, the position calls for a meticulous individual, with excellent organisational skills. Working with all members within the team, as well as high-profile contributors and press means strong communication skills are a must, as is the ability to cope well under pressure and deliver against tight deadlines. The position calls for an individual who is highly self-motivated and adaptable, with a 'can-do' attitude, ideally a graduate or junior level worker who is passionate about the creative industries and looking to develop a career within production.

    Roles and responsibilities include: 

    • management of the studio including facilities and supplies 
    • production and project management of film series, live broadcasts and various projects linked to SHOWstudio with the Production Manager
    • management and delivery of the online publishing schedule
    • management of fashion week schedules and ticket requests
    • finances including petty cash
    • contributor liaison and management
    • acting as a vital communication channels within the busy team

    A successful candidate will have:

    • strong organisational skills
    • good attention to detail
    • the ability to multi-task, prioritise and manage multiple projects and timelines
    • strong written and verbal communication skills
    • have a common sense approach to problem solving and be solution-oriented
    • can-do attitude with a focus on high quality delivery 

    Ideal experience and skills include: 

    • knowledge of the fashion or creative industries
    • experience working with creatives and high profiles
    • experience with online publishing/ web experience
    • office or studio management

    To apply:

    Send your CV and covering letter (no longer than 500 words) to lauren.juska@showstudio.com. Please include “Firstname Surname, Production Coordinator Application’ within the subject field of your email.

    Location: London

    Salary: Entry level

    Availability: Position is available immediately. Early applications are encouraged.

  • Editorial Intern

    Posted .

    Assisting our Fashion Editor Lou Stoppard, this role will suit a student or graduate from a fashion journalism or similar degree who has a strong interest in writing. This role requires strong organisational, communication and administration skills and an excellent command of the written word.

    Interns are responsible for administrative support, research and some writing as well as answering phones, looking after visitors and a wide range of 'running' tasks one would expect in any busy studio.

    Ideally, interns work full time for a period of 6 – 12 weeks, although part time positions will be considered. SHOWstudio can cover lunch and travel costs (within central London). 

    To Apply

    Please send your CV, covering letter and examples of written work, with details of your availability to Lou Stoppard at work@showstudio.com 

    NB: Those seeking photography or styling experience should not apply for this post as it is principally administrative/journalism-focused.

  • Gallery Intern

    Posted .

    Assisting our Associate Gallery Director Niamh White, and Director Carrie Scott, this role will suit a student or graduate from an art related degree who has a strong interest to work in the gallery field. This role requires strong organisational, communication and administration skills.

    Interns are responsible for administrative support, research and some writing as well as helping to set up exhibitions, answering phones, looking after visitors and a wide range of 'running' tasks one would expect in any busy gallery.

    Ideally, interns work full time for a period of 6 – 12 weeks, although part time positions will be considered. SHOWstudio can cover lunch and travel costs (within central London).

    To Apply

    Please send your CV, covering letter and examples of written work, with details of your availability to Niamh White at shop@showstudio.com