Next Create Jobs employer event - Hackney Empire, 18 Sep 2013

13 August 2013

Join us to find out how your organisation can take part in the next cohort of CEP placements

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Create Jobs is about to complete recruitment of 19 young people into a new wave of paid positions, created as part of our work with the Creative Employment Programme, through which we have received financial support to create 50 new positions over the coming year.

If your organisation would like to take part in the next cohort of placements from September 2013, come to our event to find out more:

Date: 18 September
Time: 4.30-6.30pm
Venue: Hackney Empire

To attend this session, please register here

About the event

You will find out more about the programme and the financial wage incentives available, and hear a case study example for how this programme can meet your needs, whilst providing a quality experience for a young person to learn in an entry level paid job.

At this stage we are targeting Hackney-based employers, to raise local awareness of this scheme working in partnership with Create and Hackney Council's Ways into Work programme to support local creative businesses to employ young people. Over the next year we will be working with all Growth Boroughs to ensure similar employer drives take place locally in situ.

Organisations already involved are:

Bow Arts, Discover, Masquerade 2000, Urban Development, Studio 3, Oxford House, The Mill Co. Project and the London Boroughs of Hackney and Barking & Dagenham.

In total, 19 positions will have been created, supporting paid work for unemployed young people who live in London's 6 growth boroughs: Barking & Dagenham, Greenwich, Hackney, Newham, Tower Hamlets and Waltham Forest.

Employer eligibility

Employers from all London boroughs are eligible to receive Creative Employment Programme wage incentives provided they fall under the Arts Council's cultural footprint.

Our caveat is that the young people (18-25) are unemployed and registered with Job Centre Plus, and reside in one of the 6 Growth boroughs, hence our push on local employers.

Want to find out more about the programme?

If you'd like to find out more about this event or Create Jobs more widely please email us or speak to Oliver Benjamin or Keeley Williams on 020 7608 2132