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Learn to Re-create Limited

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We provide fashion & textiles manufacture training to help create sustainable livelihoods/upgrade their skills to industry standards

Fashion Assistant

This opportunity is ongoing, with no end date.

To support Designers and tutors with sewing operations and administration. Tasks: - Assisting designers, tutors and trainees - Preparing training studio for classes - Performing hand stitching and industrial sewing operations - Purchasing required materials and supplies

What skills do I need?

- Quick learner - Proficient in MSOffice - Excellent interpersonal skills - Strong time management skills - Accuracy and attention to detail - Creative and Design skills - Sewing skills

What will I gain?

- Gain new design skills - Learn about fashion collection realisation - Visit fashion events and exhibitions - Learn new sewing and garment making techniques - Make new business contacts

Training and support

- In-house training - Guidance and supervision from staff member

Time commitment

Minimum 6 hours a week

Food

No

Travel

Yes

Childcare

No

DBS (criminal records) check

Yes

Location

Sheffield

Travel information

5 minutes’ walk from Sheffield Train station and Bus Interchange or 20 minutes walk from University of Sheffield. Several buses to Sheffield City Centre from West Street or catch tram to Sheffield Train Station.
  • CausesArts and culture, Education, Women
  • FrequencyEvery week
  • WhenMonday morning, Monday afternoon, Monday evening, Tuesday morning, Tuesday afternoon, Tuesday evening, Wednesday morning, Wednesday afternoon, Wednesday evening, Thursday morning, Thursday afternoon, Thursday evening, Friday morning, Friday afternoon, Friday evening, Saturday morning, Saturday afternoon, Saturday evening
  • Skills and InterestsArt and craft, Creativity, Design, Leadership, Mentoring
  • Careers and AspirationsArts, culture and heritage, Teaching, Third sector and charity work

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