Research Intern - Auckland's Creative Ecology

Job details

Creative Coalition
23 Nov 2012
Work type
Work classification
Management & Admin


Creative Coalition is undertaking an important piece of research to map the current state of Auckland’s creative sector. (Read more about Creative Coalition and the project here>) 

This project has been endorsed by senior members in Auckland Council, Creative NZ and leaders within the sector.

We need a research intern who will assist in data gathering and analysis, collation of online survey responses, and literature reviewing. 

This is a chance to meet and work with peak leaders in Auckland’s creative sector, better understand the workings of local government, sharpen your research skills and participate in advocacy work supporting the sector.

(Our board includes CEO's and managers from organisations such as Arts Regional Trust, Auckland Arts Festival, Artists Alliance, Documentary Edge Festival, NICAI, Basement Theatre, Studio Alexander, Michael Hill International Violin Competition, The Big Idea, World Class NZ at KEA). 

Your work will be rewarded with a great reference, providing you with an important stepping stone into a career in the public service, creative industries or for future studies. 

You will be required for one or two days a week starting as soon as possible, through to the end of January 2013. Work times are flexible depending on your schedule and there is the option to work from home. 

The ideal candidate will be a current university student or recent graduate from a relevant degree (political studies, sociology, history, art history, anthropology, english etc.), with an interest in Auckland’s creative sector. Confidence with data management, surveying, and statistical analysis is a bonus. Must have own computer. 

Send a brief paragraph about why you would be suitable for this position and a CV to

Key skills

Research experience, data handling, computer literate, university student or graduate

How to apply

Elise Sterback 027 384 2834

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Creative Coalition

21 Nov 2012