Jobs

Check this page regularly for details of jobs in the independent cinema sector – many of which are not advertised in the national press – including:

  • Cinema and film festival directors
  • Programmers and curators
  • Press and marketing
  • Sponsorship and development
  • Projectionists
  • Front of house staff
  • Volunteers and work placements
  • Marketing, press and sales positions with independent distributors

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Digital Marketing Assistant

BFI, London

£19,509 to £21,348 per annum

The BFI is looking for a dedicated Digital Marketing Assistant to join the team on a six month contract to deliver our daily digital marketing activity promoting films from our Britain on Film archive season.

You will be responsible for updating and maintaining the promotional schedule on a daily basis; editing and publishing video, imagery and copy across digital channels (including social media, email and PPC); and exporting data to be used in key reporting.

The ideal candidate will have excellent time-management skills coupled with confidence working across digital platforms including social media channels, Google Analytics, website CMS and a demonstrable ability to pick up new technologies. We are looking fore candidates with prior experience in a digital marketing role, including proven experience of copywriting and proofreading, along with basic video editing and Photoshop skills.

Candidates must be ready to start immediately.

Further details about the post (including an information pack) can be obtained by visiting: www.bfi.org.uk/about-bfi/job-opportunities or by email: opportunities@bfi.org.uk.

The closing date for applications is Monday 25th May 2015. First interviews will be held on 1st or 2nd June 2015.

Café Bar Manager

An Lanntair, Outer Hebrides

Summer is coming at An Lanntair and the days are stretching after waking up from a long winter. Ahead of us are exhibition openings, summer programmes, cruise liners, cinema, music sessions, food festival, a kaleidoscope of children’s events and the full-on Hebridean Celtic Festival.

The Café Bar is at the very centre of this creative whirlwind and we want someone dynamic, ambitious with the right experience to join the An Lanntair team at a time of growth and renewal. Your role will be to manage and take forward one of the most popular food and drink venues in the Outer Hebrides.

You can expect a friendly, creative environment, meaningful career progression, a healthy work life balance and of course the chance to discover the wonders of Scotland’s beautiful Outer Hebrides.

An Lanntair is a multi arts venue at the heart of its community. It is a contemporary art gallery, a theatre, a cinema, a dance studio, a concert hall, a platform for poetry literature and a studio.

Please send a C.V. and application letter outlining how you will meet the essential and desirable criteria in the person specification to elly@lanntair.com.

If you have any questions or would like an informal conversation about the role, please contact Elly Fletcher, Chief Executive on 01851 703307 ext 241.

The deadline for applications is 9am on Monday 25th May 2015.

Festival Volunteers

Homeless Film Festival

Unpaid

The Homeless Film Festival is the first festival of its kind dedicated to confronting and presenting homeless issues. Our touring film festival screens high end films from around the world in independent cinemas and special locations, all of which have homeless issues as a central theme or are films that are made by homeless creatives in a mixture of genres.

See HFF’s showreel here: www.vimeo.com/115025029.

We also engage with homeless people and charities with the aim of tackling some of the core issues of homelessness such as lack of aspirations, qualifications and self confidence. We offer homeless project participants in this country the opportunity to take part in free filmmaking and art projects all year round, where they develop skills in script writing, camera operating, editing and festival programming as well as more bespoke workshops requested during sessions. We have found that by offering employability skills and positive expression, we can steer at risk service users away from living on the streets and towards a stable integration into daily life.

We are seeking a group of passionate volunteers to support the preprations for the next festival which takes place on 1st-14th November 2015 in many locations around the country. There are various roles on offer from liaising with touring venues within your city to inviting filmmakers around the world to submit their films to our 'short film programme'. There are also a number of volunteer opportunities during the festival tour.

Our volunteer opportunities are flexible to fit in with studies or work commitments. If you are interested in applying for a position please email us with your CV and a cover letter at: homelessfilmfestival@gmail.com explaining why you are applying and what your interest areas are.

The deadline for applications is Monday 29th June 2015.

Events Coordinator

Rich Mix, London

£20,000 to £23,000 per annum (dependent on experience)

Rich Mix is looking for an experienced Events Coordinator with demonstrable skills and knowledge in all aspects of conference and event coordination and delivery, with proven experience of multi-tasking and managing a heavy workload to tight timelines.

Working in a busy events department within a multi-purpose arts venue, the Events Coordinator role is predominantly office based with the occasional requirement to be onsite during larger events that may be out of usual office hours and at weekends.

Reporting to the Events Manager the Events Coordinator deals with a range of events including conferences, private screenings, boardroom meetings, artistic hires and other unusual events.

You will be educated to degree level or possess equivalent experience; venue based experience in the arts or commercial sector would be beneficial.

To apply please download the full job description from our website richmix.org.uk/about/recruitment and send a cover letter, CV and completed equal opportunities monitoring form to lucy.knight@richmix.org.uk.

Hours: 40 hours per week over 5 days within the Events Department (a proportion of these above hours will be allocated to working on events out of office hours).

The deadline for application is midday on Friday 29th May 2015. Interviews will be held on Tuesday 2nd June 2015.

Directorate Coordinator

BFI, London

£28,059 - £32,826

The BFI is looking for a focused and proactive Coordinator to support the Director of Digital and the Director of Finance & Resources across all aspects of their work and activities.

In this role, you will be responsible for providing full administration and secretarial support and demonstrate excellent stakeholder management skills together with a proven knowledge of project management processes. Integrated within the wider Directorates, you will liaise with a varied client base and have the ability to anticipate and evaluate complex challenges and offer creative solutions.

The successful candidate will already be working as an Executive Assistant or PA, ideally from a creative environment but above all you will have a friendly and open personality and be used to a fast-paced and dynamic working environment. A can do attitude and strong IT skills are essential as is the ability to prioritise and juggle a varied and diverse workload.

Further details about the post (including an information pack) can be obtained by visiting: www.bfi.org.uk/about-bfi/job-opportunities 

The closing date for applications is Sunday 31 May. Interviews will be held on Thursday 11 June.

Programme Coordinator

Animate Projects

£9,900 (£22,000 pro rata)

This is a varied role, including online content management, copy writing and editing, marketing and social media, project and event management, and administration. Working closely with Animate’s directors, Abigail Addison and Gary Thomas, and with our partners, you will also need to be self-sufficient and happy to take responsibility for managing your time and workload. You will need to be confident in dealing with artists, designers, etc.

You will be able to use our desk space at our primary project partner QUAD, Derby, but you will also need to be able to work remotely/from home. You may be required to attend meetings in London and elsewhere, and expenses will be covered for that.

The projects you will be working on are:

• Animate OPEN: Parts and Labour: an open call exhibition for gallery, online and cinema touring

• Move It: a cinema touring project

• Drive: a mentoring programme

• Silent Signal: six artist/scientist collaborative commissions

Our 2015 – 2016 programme announcement is here:
www.scribd.com/doc/264499551/PR-Animate-Projects-Programme-2015-2016-07-05-15

The job is for 9 months, 24 hours/3 days average a week, but you’ll be expected to manage your days so that you cover busier periods and some weekends. Start June 2015.

Application is by personal statement and CV. For more details, please visit:

www.scribd.com/doc/264503591/Programme-Coordinator-2015-2016-Vacancy

The deadline for applications is 10am on Wednesday, 3 June 2015. Interviews will be held on Friday 12 June, in Derby.

Duty Manager/Projectionist

ArtHouse Crouch End, London

Paid

ArtHouse is an independent cinema and live performance venue in Crouch End, North London, that opened in March 2014. We have two auditoria, one with a retractable screen for live music, comedy and theatre events. We have already built a good reputation for one of screenings of independent films, alongside more mainstream, new releases, satellite steamed events and live shows. We were recently voted London’s Best Cinema.

We are now looking for someone to join our small team as a Duty Manager/Projectionist.

The role will require the suitable candidate to manage staff and oversee the everyday running of the venue. Previous experience is required in a Cafe/Bar, Customer Service and in a managerial position.

A sound technical knowledge related to the business is preferred but full training will be offered. Benefits include staff discount at the venue.

A full job description is available on request. CV’s with a covering letter should be sent to Tom Barrie, Venue Manager at tom@arthousecrouchend.co.uk.

The closing date for applications is Monday 25 May 2015.

Film Programmer

Into Film, London

£25,000

The Film Programmer will contribute to the curation of content for Into Film that engages a wide audience in film education, including children and young people aged 5-19, teachers, informal educators, parents and families as well as Into Film's stakeholders, partners and potential funders.

Key responsibilities include:

  • Identifying, researching and securing films for the Into Film programme
  • Managing and contributing programming based editorial content for Into Film's digital platforms including blurbs and non-curricular educational resources under the direction of the Head of Content Programming or designated project leader
  • Responding directly and via Programme Coordinators to requests for film recommendations from teachers and club leaders
  • Developing innovative seasons with subject partners, foundations and sponsors
  • Contributing to the Young Reporters and Youth Advisory Council, selecting films for them to review based on their preferences, supporting their written contributions for inclusion and providing feedback to help the participants to develop their reviewing and programming skills
  • For more details on this role and on how to apply please visit: www.intofilm.org/work-for-us.

The closing date for applications is Monday 25 May 2015.

Volunteers

The Nomad Cinema, London

Summer is here, and The Nomad Cinema has just launched our biggest ever Summer Season!

We are taking a very classy programme of films to some beautiful, curious and downright strange screening locations. You will help bring the magic of cinema to audiences of up to 1500, as the sun sets on some stunning London scenery!

Duties will include ushering, set-dressing, box office duties, meet & greet, selling merchandise, patrolling the grounds, flyering, and generally helping create our magical atmosphere. You will be there to tell people a bit more about the Nomad and our story (100% of our profits go to an incredible charity) and make sure they have a fantastic time.

To apply please visit: http://goo.gl/forms/bVKZ3giEpf and for any further questions please email: volunteer@whereisthenomad.com.

The deadline for application is 5pm on Sunday 14 June 2015. Short telephone interviews will take place from Monday 15 June 2015.

Office Manager

Glasgow Film, Glasgow

£25,000

The successful applicant will be responsible for dealing with external agencies and contacts in a consistent and professional manner whilst delivering the aims and objectives of Glasgow Film.

This newly created Office Manager role is a great opportunity for a diligent and enthusiastic person to work as part of a busy team. This role will suit you if you have a can-do attitude with no task being too small.

For more information on this role and instructions on how to apply, please visit the Glasgow Film website: www.glasgowfilm.org/festival/vacancies

The deadline for applications is 10am on Wednesday 27 May 2015. Interviewws will be held on Tuesday 9 June 2015.

Glasgow Film Festival Manager

Glasgow Film, Glasgow

£28,000

The purpose of this role is:

  • To ensure that partnerships and funding are in place to deliver the artistic and organisational vision for Glasgow Film Festival
  • To ensure that the delivery of Glasgow Film Festival programme is supported through operational excellence
  • To lead in the vision for an Industry programme at Glasgow Film Festival which encourages attendance by key international industry contacts and local British filmmakers
  • For more information on this role and instructions on how to apply, please visit the Glasgow Film website: www.glasgowfilm.org/festival/vacancies

The deadline for aplications is 10am on Wednesday 27 May 2015. Interviews will be held on Wednesday 3 June 2015.

Supervisor

Picturedrome Cinema, Bognor Regis

Key Responsibilities 

  • Working behind the kiosk, selling tickets and serving refreshments
  • Managing the site in the absence of the General / Deputy Manager
  • Monitoring stock levels, replenishing when necessary
  • Cleaning and tidying the foyer and other parts of the building
  • Assisting with promoting the cinema and publicising forthcoming events
  • Taking tickets and seating customers

The position is part time on a 16 hour contract per week but shifts can fluctuate from week to week. 

For more details please visit the website: www.picturedromebognor.com/article.php?sec=rec

The deadline for applications is Friday 22 May 2015.

Producer

Into Film, London

£32,500

Reporting to the Head of Content Production and working as part of the Content team the Producer will oversea the production and delivery of audio-visual content and events that engage children and young people in film education.

Responsible for designing and fulfilling creative briefs the Producer will generate exciting content for a wide audience that includes children and young people aged 5-19, teachers, informal educators, parents and families as well as Into Film's stakeholders, partners and potential funders.

Into Film content is primarily youth led. By focusing on peer-to-peer communicationthe Producer will deliver content and events that put children and young people at the heart of the story.

For more information on this role and on how to apply, please visit the Into Film website: www.intofilm.org/work-for-us

The deadline for applications is Monday 25 May 2015.

Cafe Bar Assistant

Mitchell Arts Centre, Staffordshire

Minimum wage

Mitchell Arts Centre is looking for part-time Café Bar Assistants to join their small and friendly team in a busy arts centre environment.  

The person should have previous experience in working in a busy customer service environment and preferably have experience in managing till points and the necessary skills & qualifications to work at the Café/Bar.

Good customer service skills and experience are essential in this role. Experience of working in a food environment would be advantageous, as is experience of bar work.

There are both daytime and evening shifts available. Candidates should be prepared to work both during the week and weekends.

For more information on this role and the organisation please visit our webiste.

The deadline for applications is Sunday 31 May 2015.

Technical and Operations Coordinator

Salisbury Arts Centre, Salisbury

£15,091 - £17,335

We are looking for an enthusiastic and flexible individual to fill this position assisting with all aspects of the technical and operational side of the organisation, including acting as Duty Manager and Duty Technician for events.

Housed in a beautiful Grade 2* listed church building, Salisbury Arts Centre is a dynamic and lively venue delivering an innovative and high quality programme. The value placed on our work has been demonstrated by Arts Council England’s invitation to be a National Portfolio Organisation, which secures our funding from ACE until 2018.

If you would like to apply for this position please visit www.salisburyartscentre.co.uk to download an application pack.

Completed applications should be posted to Salisbury Arts Centre, Bedwin Street, Salisbury, SP1 3UT or emailed to jobs@salisburyarts.co.uk.

The deadline for applications is 2pm on Wednesday 3 June 2015. Interviews will be held on Tuesday 9 June 2015.

Head of Programme and Acquisitions

BFI, London

Circa £85,000 per annum

The BFI is the lead organisation for film in the UK. We are a Government arm's length body and distributor of Lottery funds for film.

The Head of Programme & Acquisitions is a newly created post designed to bring together the management of our cinemas with our distribution activity. With a key leadership role in developing a UK-wide audience strategy, and in partnership working to deliver our programme, the post holder will work with colleagues to develop programming from the BFI National Archive and to develop audiences for British and international film.

Reporting to Heather Stewart, Creative Director Programme, the successful candidate will lead on developing audiences and programme in our own cinemas and other platforms, as well as developing exhibition partnerships, including the Film Audience Network and CEA partnerships, across the UK.

The successful candidate will be an excellent advocate for film and television, both contemporary and historical, and provide clear leadership to the staff group responsible for the development and delivery of this area of BFI business. They will be responsible for defining and delivering programming to meet our financial and audience objectives, and developing businesses fit for the digital age.  It is a challenging environment, but we are seeking to be ambitious in developing the BFI's public offer.

Based in Central London, you will enjoy benefits such as our pension scheme, 28-33 days annual leave, tickets to BFI festivals and events plus many others.

For more information (including an information pack) please visit https://bfijobsandopportunities.bfi.org.uk

The closing date for applications is Monday 25th May 2015. First interviews will be held on Friday 5th June 2015.

Volunteer Tour Ambassadors

The Floating Cinema, Various locations

Unpaid (travel and expenses)

The Floating Cinema is a mobile multifunctional arts space, bringing an innovative programme of film screenings, participatory events, workshops and talks to unexpected locations. Launched in 2011, the Floating Cinema has gained a reputation as a cultural highlight, bringing the innovative and the unexpected to a multitude of locations.

This summer we will be launching our maiden voyage outside of London, taking the Floating Cinema on a tour along the Kennet and Avon canal, stopping at locations in Berkshire and Wiltshire before taking up residency in Bristol for a week in July. Throughout this time we will present a programme of outdoor screenings, events, and workshops which celebrate the local area. The Floating Cinema will then journey back to London, showcasing a newly commissioned film by artist duo Somewhere and a new sound installation by artist-in-residence Yann Seznec.

We are looking to recruit Volunteer Tour Ambassadors who will help with the smooth running of our outdoor screenings, on-board events, workshops and talks.

We welcome Volunteer Tour Ambassador applications from anyone over the age of 16 years. No experience is necessary and training is provided.

Application details can be found on The Floating Cinema website: http://floatingcinema.info/about/6_volunteer-training-scheme

Dependng on chosen location, application deadlines are 5pm on 15 May (Reading), 5 June (Devizes) and 19 June (Bristol).

Press, PR & Marketing Freelancer

Film Hub North, Location TBC

£3000

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a specialist youth-engagement PR professional. Film Hub North is producing a major UK-wide film project to coincide with and compliment the release of Suffragette.

We need an energetic, highly confident freelancer who has an impressive track record of youth audience engagement within the film or other cultural industries. 

You must be able to demonstrate experience working on national campaigns, across press, PR and marketing and specifically in engaging young audiences. You will be required to secure and mobilise high profile celebrity support, work with multiple partners to support major events, secure national media coverage and plan and run an effective social media campaign. Candidates must be available to start as soon as possible.

To apply please send a CV and covering letter to: reception@showroomworkstation.org.uk
For more information and an application pack please visit: http://www.showroomworkstation.org.uk/info/work-for-us  or contact our Reception Team:  reception@showroomworkstation.org.uk  0114 2796511

The closing date for completed applications is Wednesday 27 May 2015. Interviews will be held on Tuesday 2 June 2015.

Project Manager

Film Hub North, Sheffield

£10,000 (plus VAT if applicable)

A unique opportunity has arisen for an experienced project management professional who is passionate about film. Film Hub North is producing a major UK-wide film project to coincide with and compliment the release of Suffragette

We need an experienced freelancer with a robust track record of planning, researching and bid writing. The role requires skill in coordinating multiple partners. You’ll need to be confident in working with a range of organisations and stakeholders in order to coordinate an ambitious and appropriate programme of activities across the UK.

With an understanding of audience development and of the film exhibition sector in the UK you’ll structure a bid for funding for the next stage of this exciting project. Candidates must be available to start as soon as possible. 

To apply please send a CV and covering letter to: reception@showroomworkstation.org.uk

For more information and an application pack please visit: http://www.showroomworkstation.org.uk/info/work-for-us or contact our Reception Team: reception@showroomworkstation.org.uk | 0114 2796511.

The closing date for completed applications is Wednesday 27 May 2015. Interviews will be held on Wednesday 3rd June 2015.

Office Runner

BFI Film Fund, London

£19,509 per annum, fixed-term, (12 months)

The BFI Film Fund are looking for a motivated Office Runner to assist in all aspects of the day to day running of its departments, carrying out staff requests, or forwarding to appropriate staff members as required. This is an exciting chance to get first-hand experience of the workings of the BFI’s Film Fund team, assisting on all aspects of the running of this busy office; including: liaison with both internal and external stakeholders, as well as helping to coordinate communication within the team, and a broad range of other key functions. 

The ideal candidate will be highly practical, with proven ability to work on their own initiative whilst contributing to the wider team. Demonstrable knowledge of the film and entertainment landscape is a must, along with a proactive nature and a flexible, confident approach to work. Applications are welcomed from candidates with strong written and oral communication skills, who can demonstrate a strong desire to get involved in working the UK Film Industry.

Further details about the post (including an information pack) can be obtained by visiting: https://bfijobsandopportunities.bfi.org.uk/

To apply please complete our online application form, including a supporting statement regarding what you bring to the role and how you meet the criteria of the person specification.

The closing date for applications is Tuesday 26 May 2015. Interviews will be held on Thursday 25 June 2015.

Marketing Intern

The Mill Arts Centre, Banbury

Paid

The Mill is a thriving arts centre based in the heart of the community in Banbury, Oxfordshire. We offer a diverse, exciting, live programme including theatre, film, dance and live music along with a variety of inspiring arts education classes for all ages.

We are currently at an exciting stage in our development and we are offering an energetic, creative, enthusiastic individual the opportunity to join our small busy team as a Marketing Intern.

If you are aged between 18-24 years, not in full time employment and have a keen interest in the arts then we would like to hear from you.

This is a paid, full time position with a fixed term contract of 6 months.

For a full job description and application form please visit www.themillartscentre.co.uk

The closing date for applications is Thursday 4th June 2015.

Project Coordinator

Screen South, Kent

Circa £24,000

Kent-based Screen South’s Ignition Network has been awarded £600,000 by Arts Council England to deliver one of five Random Acts Network Centres across England, developing young people’s talent and providing them with entry points for the arts and creative industries.

Screen South’s Ignition Network will support delivery of the 72 short films over 3 years which will be executive produced by Fly Films. We will be working with a range of delivery, cultural and educational partners across the South East to offer 16-24 year olds a package of activity including; education, training and production support to facilitate the creation of around 24 high quality short films a year of between 90 seconds and 3 minutes per year. Films produced by the Random Acts Network Centres may have the opportunity to be screened on Channel 4’s Random Acts strand on television and online. 

The Production Co-ordinator will responsible for overseeing all the organisational aspects of Random Acts Programme. They will be line managed by the M.D. of Screen South and will work closely with the Ignition Network Random Acts Exec Producer, who they will support across all areas of activity from application to delivery of the short film.

They will manage and support the individual Short Film Production teams to ensure productions run smoothly, meet reporting and monitoring deadlines, and stay within budgets.

The successful applicant will understand the technical processes involved in shorts production, across all departments and have an appropriate level of practical experience necessary for this role.

This is a fixed-term position for up to 3 years.

For full details including how to apply, visit http://screensouth.org/newsarticle.aspx?newsid=2530

The deadline for applications is 5pm on Monday 25th May 2015.

Trustees

Rich Mix, London

Unpaid

Rich Mix Cultural Foundation is seeking to appoint up to 2 new Board members to join our governing Board which supports the Executive Team in taking forward the strategic development of the organisation.

We are going through an exciting period of growth, and are looking for people who can add a range of skills and experience to our Board, as well as maintaining the diverse range of skills and backgrounds of our current board.

To apply please download the full job description from www.richmix.org.uk/about/recruitment and send a cover letter, your CV and a completed equal opotunities monitoring form to lucy.knight@richmix.org.uk  

The deadline for applications is 5pm on Monday 8th June 2015. Interviews will be held between 6pm and 9pm on 22nd June 2015.

Front of House staff

Secret Cinema, London

£9.15 per hour (London Living Wage)

Secret Cinema Presents: Star Wars

Secret Cinema is looking for exceptional Front of House staff for its Secret Cinema presents: Star Wars events. This is a hugely exciting and innovative cinema and performance event held over 100 nights at a secret London location through the summer of 2015. 

Applicants must have previous customer service experience with an events and/or performance background being desirable. The roles will cover various front of house aspects including stewarding, currency handling and audience queries. All staff will be dressed to accompany the theme of the event and be comfortable being outgoing and confident in an immersive environment, enriching the experience for the audience. 

The event runs from mid-May to the end of September.

We are also interested in hearing from those with event management or theatre experience for Duty Manager roles.

Summary - Secret Cinema will transform a secret London location into the world of Star Wars: A New Hope and The Empire Strikes Back to create an immersive experience, taking the audience on a journey through a strange, beautiful and brave world. The evening will culminate with a screening of Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back.  

Please send a cv and short covering letter briefly explaining what you’ll bring to the production and your availability to foh@secretcinema.org 

The deadline for applications is Saturday 30 May 2015.

Commercial Manager

Salisbury Arts Centre, Salisbury

£20,000 to £25,000

Salisbury Arts Centre is looking for an enthusiastic and flexible individual to fill this position overseeing the income generating aspects of our organisation, including external hirings and the catering operation, which support our charitable programme.

Housed in a beautiful Grade 2* listed church building, Salisbury Arts Centre is a dynamic and lively venue delivering an innovative and high quality programme. The value placed on our work has been demonstrated by Arts Council England’s invitation to be a National Portfolio Organisation, which secures our funding from ACE until 2018.

Further information about our busy and varied programme of activities can be found at www.salisburyartscentre.co.uk

If you would like to apply for this position, please visit www.salisburyartscentre.co.uk to download an application pack, email jobs@salisburyarts.co.uk or phone 01722 343020.

Completed applications should be posted to Salisbury Arts Centre, Bedwin Street, Salisbury, SP1 3UT or emailed to jobs@salisburyarts.co.uk.

The deadline for applications is 5pm on Tuesday 26th May 2015. Interviews will be held on Friday 5th June 2015.

Administrator

Salisbury Arts Centre, Salisbury

£15,000 to £20,000

Salisbury Arts Centre is looking for an enthusiastic and flexible individual to fill this position taking responsibility for the administrative aspects of the organisation. This is a full-time position.

Housed in a beautiful Grade 2* listed church building, Salisbury Arts Centre is a dynamic and lively venue delivering an innovative and high quality programme. The value placed on our work has been demonstrated by Arts Council England’s invitation to be a National Portfolio Organisation, which secures our funding from ACE until 2018.

Further information about our busy and varied programme of activities can be found at www.salisburyartscentre.co.uk

If you would like to apply for this position, please visit www.salisburyartscentre.co.uk to download an application pack, email jobs@salisburyarts.co.uk or phone 01722 343020. 

Completed applications should be posted to Salisbury Arts Centre, Bedwin Street, Salisbury, SP1 3UT or emailed to jobs@salisburyarts.co.uk.

The deadline for applications is 5pm on Tuesday 2nd June 2015. Interviews will be held on Thursday 11th June 2015.

Cinema Volunteers

Deptford Cinema, London

Volunteers sought for brand new independent cinema!

Deptford Cinema is a new, entirely volunteer-run community cinema and the borough of Lewisham's only permanent cinema. We have recently started programming events and are looking for more volunteers to help run (or indeed organise) events. Duties consist of basic bar and door duties, and possibly some technical help with setting up projection and sound equipment if you're so inclined. No experience necessary, we will show you around and make sure you know everything you need to.

Benefits include:

  • Involvement with a great organisation where you'll meet lots of interesting people
  • Half price drinks while you're on duty
  • Good experience for your CV

Hours are flexible, with most events taking place in the evening and you can volunteer as often as you like; there is no minimum commitment.

The best way to get involved is to come along to one of our Sunday meetings (every Sunday at 4pm at the cinema) or you can e-mail info@deptfordcinema.org or see our website www.deptfordcinema.org for more information.

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