Events Intern, AIM, London

AIM is the not-for-profit trade body exclusively representing the UK’s independent music sector, which makes up a quarter of the recorded music market. Now in its 20th year, AIM’s members range from the largest, most respected record labels and associated music businesses in the world to self-releasing artists and the next generation of entrepreneurs in music. AIM promotes and supports this exciting and diverse sector globally and provides a range of services, commercial opportunities and practical help to members, enabling them to innovate, grow and break into new markets. Role: Events Intern Reporting to: Events Managers This is an exciting opportunity to join a small, dedicated and sociable team as the Events Intern, assisting the Events Managers in all activities, with a specific focus and interest in gaining a real knowledge of AIM member events. Working across AIM’s portfolio of highly respected conferences, awards show and other events. The successful applicant will find themselves being part of a close-knit and dedicated team with an exciting opportunity to build their knowledge and network.

Duties include:

  • Assisting with event planning including idea generation

  • Assisting with marketing campaigns for events

  • Administrative support for events including: co-ordinating guestlists, arranging promotional materials, following up with suppliers, speakers and sponsors, collating assets, etc.

  • Onsite support at events

  • Updating event pages on website and social media

Personal spec:

  • Self-motivated with a diligent work ethic

  • Must have previous experience in event organising and production

  • Design capabilities a huge plus

  • Overview knowledge of and interest in new music and the independent sector.

  • Flexible, quick to adapt and comfortable with working on a host of tasks and projects.

  • Confident using the full Microsoft Office Suite, online cloud storage systems such as Office365, Google Docs, Dropbox.

  • Organised with great attention to detail

  • Improving and streamlining processes at work comes naturally to you.

  • You’ll be keen to share your ideas in team meetings and comfortable receiving feedback.

Location: Chiswick (nearest Tube: Stamford Brook) – office moving to Central London by may 2019.

Salary: Entry level.

Term: Must be able to commit to 6 months


Deadline to apply: Midnight Friday 1st February

Please apply via email to Events Manager Oriane Rosner on