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  • No, that's post-media.

  • post modern media? or post-steve jobs media

  • Media agency: "Half page full colour for 10K? You've having a laugh"

    Advertising agency: "I have a vision of a bunch of cool kids in tight trousers on a boat using the product and laughing"

    Branding agency: "Brand guidelines dictate that logo has to take up half of that space"

    Production agency "If we all go to Cuba/Spain/Stockport, there's an amazing beach/mountain/cobbled street we can shoot this on it'll only cost £500K"

    New Media Agency: "I can get this to the top of the google search rankings"

    Social media agency: "I'll send freebies to 200 bloggers and we'll get some retweets out of it"

  • anyone know any london studios looking for assistants? i dont have any studio experience but i am willing to learn.

  • I'm sorry to say that you'll really struggle with that

  • +1
    I know very talented photographers with years of their own studio experience who don't get a sniff at the big time. pretty much need to be a family friend + good, to even stand a chance I'm afraid.
    Course, could just build your own and attract your own work ;)

  • I thought this was the jobs offered thread, not the - "you've got no fucking chance" thread?

    my place has another position (Network Support, Telecoms) PM me if you are interested

  • Media agency: "Half page full colour for 10K? You've having a laugh"

    Advertising agency: "I have a vision of a bunch of cool kids in tight trousers on a boat using the product and laughing"

    Branding agency: "Brand guidelines dictate that logo has to take up half of that space"

    Production agency "If we all go to Cuba/Spain/Stockport, there's an amazing beach/mountain/cobbled street we can shoot this on it'll only cost £500K"

    New Media Agency: "I can get this to the top of the google search rankings"

    Social media agency: "I'll send freebies to 200 bloggers and we'll get some retweets out of it"

    Repped

  • CTUK is recruiting
    (Posted also in the Cycle Training forum)

    We are looking for Cycling Instructors for London North West and West
    Cycle Training UK is recruiting instructors for fixed term (January – March 2012) and permanent contracts to deliver cycle training in the boroughs of Ealing and Brent. Applicants will be dynamic individuals able to deliver high quality, low risk cycle training to children and adults of all abilities.
    Cycle Training UK is looking for the following characteristics for our new employees:
    • You are preferably a Fully or Provisionally Accredited National Standards Cycling Instructor
    • You must have a confident and assertive riding style and an ability to communicate clearly with other road users
    • Cycling should be your primary form of transport and you should have experience of riding in busy urban environments
    • Good bicycle maintenance skills will be an advantage
    • You must have the right to work in the United Kingdom
    • Flexibility to work weekends
    CTUK is a not-for-profit workers' co-operative that promotes cycling as a means of transport, chiefly by providing Bikeability Cycle Training and maintenance training. We are a leading instructor training organisation and this is a great opportunity for any instructor to benefit from CTUK’s professional development. Instructors may be able to become fully accredited in the course of their work with us. CTUK is an equal pay organisation
    We welcome applications from all parts of the diverse communities we work with.
    To apply, download an application pack here and application form here.
    Closing date for applications is 13:00 Monday 21 November 2011. Interviews will take place during the week of 28 November and successful applicants will be notified by 7 December 2011.

    http://www.cycletraining.co.uk/index.php­?pg=136#.Tq_BpnJPFi8

  • Sustrans have a few jobs with a cycling slant at the moment if anyone's thinking of taking that path.

    http://www.sustrans.org.uk/about-sustran­s/work-for-us

  • I made the mistake and thinking this was a cycling site

  • I made the mistake and thinking this was a cycling site

    What's your point exactly?

  • I am a recent student at a maintenance cycle academy in East London and i am trying to get some experience in the repair and maintenance of cycles of all kinds, dont mind working as an apprentice or a lower level mechanic as i skill up, very enthaustic, and have loads of common sense. I am based in the East end of london but can work anywhere in london. If your interested in a extra pair of hand contact professorazzah@hotmail.co.uk

  • I am a recent student at a maintenance cycle academy in East London and i am trying to get some experience in the repair and maintenance of cycles of all kinds, dont mind working as an apprentice or a lower level mechanic as i skill up, very enthaustic, and have loads of common sense. I am based in the East end of london but can work anywhere in london. If your interested in a extra pair of hand contact professorazzah@hotmail.co.uk

    If you truly want experience in ALL kinds of cycles, then you may want to consider Wheels for Wellbeing. If you don't know anything about them, you can google them, but in short, they are a disability cycling charity based in Brixton, and operate sessions in Brockwell Park and at Croydon Arena, South Norwood.
    Contact David Behar there if you're interested.

  • Thanks will give them a call and see what he has available.

  • Thanks will give them a call and see what he has available.

    If you are prepared to donate time for free and gain experience...

    Waltham Forest Bike recycling. (google it!)

    No pay but they are always looking for volunteers. And the (couple of part-time) staff are there to teach volunteers how to strip, rebuild, service and repair bikes not to do it theselves whilst using the volunteers as dogsbodies. And if you can work on cheap BCOs that have rusted outside for ages then anything else is easy!

  • try Evans and other big bike shops. They always need bike builders. Not hard to get to grips with

  • We're looking for an After Effects operator for tomorrow & probably Friday... Stop frame animation. Day rate depends on skill set - around £200PD

    We're based in Camden, and would need you on site- could you mail me if you're available jm@jeanmichel.co.uk

    cheers.

  • Hi,

    I am currently studying a Level 2 Carpentry and Joinery NVQ and am looking for a trainee Building Surveyor position to start asap in and around London. This maybe a bit of a longshot but any help would be greatly appreciated.

    Cheers, Joe

  • can you use cad?

  • BRM yes I have started to use cad. Would you know of any positions going? Routes into Building Surveying? Cheers

  • I'll pm you tomorrow.

  • Currently unemployed due to long term illness (nothing catching!) and getting back on my feet and into cycling again after 3yrs away in an attempt to get fit (and more importantly loose beer gut!). Have owned, fettled, set up and built my own bikes and others since I was a kid (hit 30 this year :( ) and thoroughly enjoy getting that perfect setup!
    Are there any shops out there looking for a part time junior mechanic (depending on whats required) based in west London (or anywhere I could reasonably cycle to from TW15, i.e. under 20miles), in exchange for an occasional rummage through your parts bins? Have just finished building first SS 26" wheeler and am looking to build a 700cc fixie now. Been thoroughly bitten by the bug! Am very good mechanically and if I don't know how to do something, will work it out. Love bikes and love working on em. Help a brother out?! :P

  • want!

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