Arts Council England: Apprenticeship scheme launched!
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We've just launched our apprenticeship scheme, and if you share our passion to deliver great art and culture to everyone across England, then you'll fit right in!
Whether it's working at the heart of our Investment centre, or crunching the numbers with our finance team, you’ll be a vital part of our organisation and will gain the skills, knowledge, experience, and qualifications to help you in your career. We're dedicated to learning and development, demonstrated by our Investors in People Gold standard award, and what's more, you'll be paid a fair wage for your work.
We have a wide range of roles across England, working out of our head offices in Manchester and London, and our area offices around the country.
Are you interested in our apprenticeship positions? Please click here.
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