Events and Booking Internship

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The Wild Honey Pie
214 Franklin St
Brooklyn, NY
Posted: January 04 2016
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: 3 Part-time, Unpaid

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Description

The Wild Honey Pie is a collective of filmmakers, producers, writers and designers working hard to support genuinely great music. Based in Brooklyn, NY, our internships, while unpaid, offer the chance to work on a small team of dedicated, creative individuals, giving candidates an important level of responsibility in the overall operation of the company, while learning a great deal about the dynamics of a growing, fast-paced startup.

Enthusiastic, motivated, organized, and music-loving individuals are encouraged to apply for this internship in order to gain insight into concert booking and live event production. This position offers the opportunity to build experience by working directly with artists, managers, publicity teams and venues, managing our event volunteers and street team, and understanding the music industry as a whole. Successful candidates will have a strong desire to learn about what goes into booking a concert and executing a live event, take initiative in finding projects and be self-starting to gain skills.

To apply, please email hire@thewildhoneypie.com with your position of interest in the subject line, making sure to include your cover letter, resumé and examples of previous work (if relevant). For more information, visit thewildhoneypie.com/internships and check out our YouTube Channel here: youtube.com/user/thewildhoneypie.

Responsibilities

- Assisting with concert booking, including gathering artist contacts and schedules, researching and staying on top of up-and-coming artists, new venues, locations, and vendors, and maintaining our database

- Following and adding to our promo schedule for events, producing social media output alongside the calendar and keeping track of promotional assets and artwork 

- Managing our New York street team

- Leading our event volunteers

- Assisting with event execution on-set, including stage management, artist relations, and hospitality

Requirements

- Strong grasp on/knowledge of music

- Basic understanding of popular culture, New York City nightlife, and current music scenes

- Experience with event production, performing, hospitality, concert booking, contracts, tour management, venue management, and/or stage managing
- Ability to manage and lead a small team

- A self-motivated, flexible team player

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