Film Hub Scotland seeks a Coordinator with excellent organisation and communication skills to support and deliver Hub activity until 22 December 2017.Role: Hub Coordinator, Film Hub Scotland Salary: £22,500 per annum pro rata Term: Full-time, fixed term contract to 22 December 2017 Location: Based in Edinburgh Reports to: Manager, Film Hub Scotland BACKGROUND
As part of the BFI's Film Audience Network (BFI FAN), Film Hub Scotland (FHS) is one of nine Hubs set up across the UK with the aim of extending film choice, increasing and broadening film audiences, and enhancing opportunities for audiences to engage with and learn about film.
Film Hub Scotland supports a network of 160 member organisations across Scotland – including cinemas, film societies, film festivals, multi-arts venues and pop-up initiatives – to develop their audiences by providing them with training, programming, funding and networking opportunities.
Film Hub Scotland is supported by the BFI (through National Lottery funding) and Creative Scotland, and is managed by Scottish Film, a consortium made up of Scotland’s key cultural cinemas and festivals. The BFI are making some changes to the Film Audience Network’s support and structure as part of their new 5-year strategy, BFI2022. Funding is currently confirmed for Scottish Film to manage Film Hub Scotland until the end of December 2017.
The contract for this role is therefore offered up to Friday 22nd December 2017. PURPOSE / PERSON SPEC
Reporting to and working closely with the Hub Manager, the Hub Coordinator will be responsible for day-to-day liaison with the Film Hub Scotland membership, partners and other stakeholders. They will be responsible for the coordination and administration of all aspects of the Hub including communications, event production, audience development initiatives, financial systems, and being the first point of call for all Hub queries. The post holder will also prepare contract documents, support training and delivery of events, and raise the profile of Hub activity through effective marketing tools.
Applications are encouraged from self-motivated, organised individuals with excellent communication skills and a collaborative approach to working. A keen interest in film, and experience and knowledge of the film exhibition sector will be expected. The ability to plan, prioritise and manage a diverse programme of work, and to deliver planned outcomes to competing agendas and deadlines will be expected, with the flexibility needed to respond to new demands. APPLICATION Please download the
Film Hub Scotland Coordinator job description
To apply, please email your CV and a covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org by the closing date, Wednesday 13 September (9.00am). Shortlisted candidates should be available for interviews in Edinburgh on Monday 18 September.