All current vacancies

Sales Revenue and Operations Coordinator

Thunderbird Releasing, London

£21,000 per annum

About Thunderbird Releasing

Thunderbird Releasing is an all-rights film distribution company based in London. Canadian media group Thunderbird Entertainment, who are Executive Producing the upcoming BLADE RUNNER 2049, acquired established UK indie Soda Pictures in 2015, relaunching it this year as Thunderbird Releasing.

The company is located in Shoreditch and has a small but committed team focused on acquiring and distributing independent and art-house films.

Job Purpose

The primary purpose of this role is to improve the sales, billing and cash collection processes of the business.  Establishing and maintaining TV sales and contract tracking processes are a key part of this role.

We also envisage that this role will develop into more analytical and commercial areas, supporting the business with analysis to identify revenue growth opportunities and targets.

Core responsibilities

Accounts receivable

  • Theatrical: liaising with theatrical sales executive to ensure returns are recorded, invoiced and collected

  • Monitoring and reporting of DVD and digital revenues and ensuring correct allocation of invoices by title

  • TV: maintaining TV billing and revenue tracker and managing all TV related receivables processing and revenue recognition

  • Assessing risk of bad debts, taking appropriate remediation steps and booking required provisions

  • Ensuring all sales cash allocation is updated by close of play each Friday

Contract and Rights Management

  • Development and maintenance of a database to record film rights acquired and TV sales

  • Contract tracking: monitoring status of all contracts and recording the details as required

  • Ownership of key documents to support the TV sales of the company e.g. TV tracker, availability schedules

  • Circulate acquisition contract summaries to the distribution team

Month-end and Analysis

  • Perform revenue related month-end tasks such as revenue accruals and returns provision

  • Create and maintain database to capture Home Entertainment and digital data

Candidate Requirements

  • Accounts receivable experience

  • Collaborative and energetic with a “hands-on” mentality appropriate to a growing small business

  • At least intermediate Excel skills and an interest in developing further IT skills particularly database design and Microsoft Access

  • Excellent organisational skills and attention to detail

  • An interest in film

Salary and Benefits

  • Gross salary of £21,000 per annum

  • Pension scheme with the company matching contributions up to 2.5%

  • Study support available in line with the company study policy

  • 25 days holiday per annum

To apply


Please email your CV and a short covering letter to Gavin Rose explaining your appropriateness for the role:

recruitment@thunderbirdreleasing.com


The closing date for applications is 30 June 2017

Duty Manager

Duty Manager, Belmont Filmhouse

Aberdeen

Belmont Filmhouse is looking for an individual to join our Duty Management team in Aberdeen. Persons applying must have a positive and friendly outlook, a passion for good customer service and a knowledge of and curiosity about film. Previous experience of working in an arts or cinema background is desirable but not necessarily essential. A working knowledge of film and digital projection would also be an advantage.

Centre for the Moving Image

The Centre for the Moving Image incorporates Scotland’s (and outside of London, the UK’s) leading independent cinema, Filmhouse, Belmont Filmhouse and the world’s longest continually running film festival, the Edinburgh International Film Festival (founded in 1947).  As well as being responsible for nurturing and developing these existing businesses, the CMI aims to build on that heritage in understanding and addressing the future of the moving image – for audiences, talent and industry.

Purpose of Role

To assume day to day control of the cinema operations in conjunction with the cinema manager and other supervisory staff. To maintain standards of customer service, security, staff and control functions. This position includes being a building key holder.

Each member of staff has an individual and collective responsibility to promote the development of the wider ambitions of the Centre for the Moving Image.

Responsibilities

Reporting to and working with the Cinema Manager:

  1. Ensure Belmont Filmhouse provides the highest levels of customer care possible, in line with the stated aims and values of the CMI, dealing with all customer facing issues in a polite and friendly manner and liaising with the management and other staff teams to achieve this.

  2. Ensure that the Belmont Filmhouse operates in a way that is safe and accessible to all our customers, and ensure legal compliance complying with all relevant legislation. (See Legislation Compliance)

  3. Ensure that the appearance of all front of house and public areas are maintained to the highest standards, and that the proper standards of display and merchandising are maintained throughout the building.

  4. Assist with marketing team with collateral and initiatives.

  5. Responsible for overseeing the front of house operations and maintain hygiene standards throughout all areas.

  6. Liaise with relevant teams across the Belmont Filmhouse in managing all aspects of venue and event dressing and management

  7. Follow all laid down procedures for stock and goods receipt and administration, including proper stock rotation. Order stock as required using the company order procedures, carry out stock takes and deal with returns as needed.

  8. Follow all cash handling and security procedures, and maintain accurate records of all income and expenditure.

  9. Ensure that tickets and other items are available for sale at the counter, by phone and online accurately and in good time.

  10. Maintain and update the box office and Kiosk computer information for Belmont Filmhouse.  

  11. Assist the Cinema Manager in the recruitment, administration, induction, support training and development of staff. Ensuring all staff are clean, tidy and correctly presented. 

  12. If required by Cinema Manager, prepare staff rotas in order to ensure that the appropriate staff levels are maintained at all times.

  13. Ensure that Belmont Filmhouse is safe and secure for all customers

  14. To be responsible for emergency evacuation if needed, and to respond to any emergency that may arise

  15. To assist the Cinema Manager in the functional delivery of Projection through management of Film Traffic, ingesting content, play listing and scheduling and delivery of alternative content as required

  16. Liaise with site visitors, contractors and support functions to ensure they are informed of the required actions, follow required Security and Health & Safety compliance.

  17. Carry out duties as reasonably  assigned by line Management team  as required

For further information please download the complete job description.

To apply download an application form and return to colin.farquhar@belmontfilmhouse.com.

The closing date for applications is 5pm on Friday 30 June 2017

This Way Up Coordinator

Film Hub North, Sheffield and Hull

Freelance: £100/day (60-65 days) | Employed: £22,000 per annum pro rata

Film Hub North are looking for a Coordinator to successfully manage the delivery and coordination of the This Way Up: Exhibition Innovation Conference, taking place in Hull at Hull Truck Theatre on 7th & 8th November 2017. The conference coincides with the Hull UK City of Culture celebrations and building on 3 years of successive, and successful, editions of the event. It brings together between 2-300 regional film exhibitors, education professionals, film distributors, funders and other stakeholders

This project is a joint initiative of the BFI Film Audience Network (FAN). The network currently comprises 9 regional Film Hubs, each of which support a network of organisations who make a commitment to increasing the variety and amount of specialised and British films on offer for audiences and to developing the diversity of those audiences.

This is a fixed term position for approximately 6 months from July 2017

For more information and to download the application and documents please click here - https://filmhubnorth.org.uk/job-vacancy-this-way-up-coordinator.

The closing date for applications is 1pm on Friday 23 June 2017

Volunteer Coordinator

Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival, Berwick-upon-Tweed

Fee: £1,500

Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival is seeking a Volunteer Coordinator for it's 13th edition, to recruit, train, schedule and coordinate the 2017 Volunteer Team. 

This is an excellent opportunity to gain hands-on experience of working as part of an exciting and dynamic Festival, and to work with a dedicated and inspiring team of volunteers from diverse backgrounds.   

Volunteers are the face of Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival, and vital to its delivery. The ideal Volunteer Coordinator should be passionate about working with others, have some project management and coordination experience, and feel confident in managing a large volunteer team while working alongside the existing Festival staff team to ensure the smooth delivery of BFMAF 2017. 

The role will run between 1 August – 29 September and operate on a part-time basis, approximately 2 days per week in August and increasing to full-time during the Festival period.

For more information, and how to apply, click here

The closing date for applications is Friday 30 June 2017

Head of Marketing and Comms

Tyneside Cinema, Newcastle

By negotiation and depending on experience (Salary band starts at £31,212)

Tyneside Cinema seeks an experienced senior marketing professional to lead its Marketing & Communications department.

The successful applicant will take a thriving and much-loved brand and drive it forward to both increase market share and also to reach out to new and more diverse audiences and participants. 

Tyneside Cinema offers a rich palette of opportunities for the right person to work with: a successful specialised film programme, a unique artist film space, an award winning participation and film production initiative, a bustling hires business and two vibrant city centre bar cafés, as well as a dedicated team who have won national and international awards for online promotions.

The successful candidate will be an imaginative and innovative marketing professional; and a proven and inspirational team leader and keen collaborator, with the skills, significant experience and knowledge to support and realise the ambitions of a complex and fast-moving cultural programme.

For more information and to apply please visit: https://www.tynesidecinema.co.uk/about-us/jobs/head-of-marketing-and-communications

The closing date for applications is midday on Monday 10 July 2017

Technical Services Coordinator

Cinema For All, Sheffield

£15,000 pro rata (22.5 hours/week)

Cinema For All is now recruiting for a new part time Technical Services Coordinator. The Technical Services Coordinator is an important new role within Cinema For All, responsible for coordinating our equipment hire scheme across our various partner sites, overseeing and checking bookings, providing external and internal technical advice and guidance. This is a temporary 3 month contract with the potential for renewal.

The TSC will be someone with a good knowledge of the technical aspects of how to exhibit film, awareness of the different types of equipment needed to put on a quality film screening, the ability to think creatively, the ability to think quickly and solve problems, great customer service and people skills, keen attention to detail and a love of community film exhibition.

Cinema For All is the proud recipient of the BFI’s screen diversity mark of good practice and an equal opportunities employer. We welcome and encourage applications from candidates from diverse backgrounds; the BAME community, people who identify as LGBTQI+, and people with a disability.

HOW TO APPLY
Send your CV and covering letter to Jacqueline Chell, Operations and Development Manager by email to jaq@cinemaforall.org.uk

Your covering letter must include answers to the following two questions:

  1. What are the main technical considerations when setting up a room to screen a film? (max 250 words)
  2.  Why do you want to work for Cinema For All and what three key areas of experience can you bring to the role? (max 300 words)

You must also return your completed equal opportunities monitoring form with your application.

If you haven’t heard from us by lunchtime on 30 June, please assume your application has not been successful. Interviews will be carried out on 4 July in Sheffield. 

The closing date for applications is Wednesday 28 June 2017

Programme Delivery Coordinator

Into Film, Edinburgh

£29,000-£31,000 per annum

A new opportunity has opened up at Into Film in our Learning Department. Into Film is an education charity that puts film at the heart of children and young people’s educational, cultural and personal development. We are proud to say that over half of UK schools engage with our exciting programme of film clubs, cinema screenings, resources and training.

The Programme Delivery Coordinators (PDCs) help build, develop and maintain operational plans for their designated regions.  They provide regional intelligence and knowledge and, where appropriate, delivery of the Into Film programme.  This includes developing and maintaining partnerships with schools, Local Authorities and film organisations, managing regional/national Ambassador and Youth Advisory groups, delivering CPD and CRM reporting, and creating programme initiatives.

The successful candidate will have experience of devising initiatives for programme delivery, forming successful partnerships with schools and organisations, and of delivering workshops/training for adults and children.  You will have knowledge of working with cultural venues and FAN networks and of working in Scotland's education system.

Please download the full job description and application form at https://intofilm.recruiterbox.com/jobs/fk0m4g5.

The closing date for applications is 10am on Friday 30 June 2017

Operations Assistant (part-time)

Into Film, London

£21,000-£24,000 pro rata (17.5hrs per week)

Into Film is an education charity that puts film at the heart of children and young people’s educational, cultural and personal development. We are proud to say that over half of UK schools engage with our exciting programme of film clubs, cinema screenings, resources and training.

The main function of the Operations Assistant role is to act as the first point of contact for visitors and callers to the office, and to provide administrative support to the Finance and Operations team.  Key tasks include ensuring that kitchen and office supplies are adequate and that the office environment is maintained and clean, tidy and safe; liaising with external contractors where necessary; ensuring that calls are answered and the post is franked and ready for collection. Finance administrative support duties will include including invoice preparation and data entry.

The successful candidate will have previous reception and office admin experience with familiarity with the Microsoft Office suite.  With a charming and patient telephone manner and at ease when dealing with teachers and members of the public, you should be calm under pressure, an adept and methodical multitasker and able to ensure that deadlines are met.  You should also have an interest in and knowledge of best environmental practices.

Please download the job description and application form from the website.  

Interviews are anticipated to be held week commending 3 July.

The closing date for applications is 10am on Monday 26 June 2017

Resources & Training Officer

Into Film, London

£22,000 - £27,000 per annum

Into Film is an education charity that puts film at the heart of children and young people’s educational, cultural and personal development. We are proud to say that over half of UK schools engage with our exciting programme of film clubs, cinema screenings, resources and training.

The Training & Resources Officer forms part of the Learning Team within Into Film that is responsible for the devising, commissioning and delivering of high quality film focussed learning opportunities and resources for use in both formal and informal learning settings, including Into Film Clubs.

The successful candidate should have 2 years' teaching experience, as well as experience of training other educators, managing projects, creating resources which include moving image/film, and creating training content for face-to-face and online courses.  They will also have knowledge of the education landscape across all four nations of the UK.

Please download the job description and application form at https://intofilm.recruiterbox.com/jobs/fk0m4yc.

Interviews are anticipated to be held Thursday 13 or 20 July.

The closing date for applications is 10am on Monday 3 July 2017

Box Office Assistant

Rich Mix, London

£8.50 per hour

We are recruiting for an enthusiastic and professional Box Office Assistant to join the Rich Mix team. 

Located in the heart of Shoreditch, Rich Mix is a charity and social enterprise that offers live music, film, dance, theatre, comedy, spoken word and a range of creative activities for people of all ages and all cultures. All profits go back to support our education, arts and community activities which nurture new and local talent.

The purpose of this role is to provide warm and friendly customer service to all of our patrons. To act as the first point of contact for the organisation and sell tickets, events and membership, and deal with enquiries whilst delivering excellent customer service at all times.

To do this you will have an understanding and experience of customer service and sales techniques. You will have strong team work and communication skills with a positive attitude. 

To apply please visit our website to download the job description before sending your CV and one page cover letter along with an equal oportunities monitoring form to recruitment@richmix.org.uk

The closing date for applications is 10am on Friday 30 June 2017

Finance Manager (part-time)

They Eat Culture, Preston

£24,000 - £28,000 pro rata based on experience

They Eat Culture is hiring a Finance Manager.

This post works directly with the Director, Programme Manager, Project Managers, Board lead for fi nance, and liaising with our external accountants, to provide and manage the pivotal day-to-day finance functions of They Eat Culture’s portfolio of projects and activities. This includes aspects of processing, sales invoices & receipts, payroll, project budgets, reports, management accounts, and year-end reporting.

This post is for one day a week on a permanent basis.

For further information download a full job description here.

To apply please submit your CV and covering letter to info@theyeatculture.org

The closing date for applications is Friday 30 June 2017

Head of Collections & Information

BFI, London

c. £85,000 package

We are excited to announce a rare career opportunity to lead on developing the collections of the BFI National Archive and the BFI Reuben Library. We have had great success in the last 10 years in securing the long term future of our film collections through pioneering conservation and collections care, developing documentation and increasing knowledge and understanding, and through a massive digitisation and curatorial project, provided new kinds of access to the collections. We are seeking someone who has the vision and commitment to take the collections into their next phase of development.

You will have responsibility for leading and defining the strategic priorities for developing these collections in terms of preservation, conservation, collections management, acquisition, research and interpretation and developing public access, and provide clear leadership to the Department’s 170 staff based at London, Berkhamsted and Gaydon.

This is a demanding role, with the emphasis on leadership and results. In addition to expertise in a relevant area of the BFI’s collections we are seeking an exceptional individual who will have senior strategic and management experience (including substantial budgets and professional teams). You will have worked in an archive, museum or library environment, or in a commercial collections environment, recognised as an expert by your peers. The ideal candidate will bring an understanding of modern approaches to collections management, in particular the role of digital technology and the web. You will have experience of leadership, innovation and team building within a complex environment. You will be someone who can inspire your team to achieve the challenge of engaging new audiences and users.

You will be an individual with substantial communication and influencing skills with a talent for innovative thinking as well as a commitment to archival moving image collections and a passion for making their learning potential available to all.

Further details about the post can be obtained by visiting https://bfijobsandopportunities.bfi.org.uk/

The closing date for applications is midnight on Sunday 2 July 2017

General Managers

Curzon Cinemas (Aldgate and Victoria), London

Up to £33,000 per annum

Curzon is looking for General Managers to join the teams at Victoria and Aldgate.

The General Manager is responsible for the management of the cinema on a day to day basis including all operational issues, leading and motivating the team, delivering a premium quality guest experience, growing admissions & maximising profitability.

The ideal candidate will be an upbeat, hard-working leader with a flexible attitude and a passion for film, customer service and people. Management experience in a Cinema or hospitality environment is essential for this role.

For further details and a copy of the full job description visit http://corporate.curzon.com/recruitment/

Application is by CV and covering letter to Recruitment@curzon.com. Please quote 'General Manager-London' in the subject line.

The closing date for applications is Monday 26 June 2017

Festival Assistant

Take One Action Film Festival, Edinburgh

£1476 per month (equivalent to £8.75 per hour)

Take One Action is seeking a motivated, energetic and enthusiastic Festival Assistant to support our team in making our 10th anniversary festival a great success.

In this exciting and hands on role you will assist our Executive Director and Festivals and Volunteers Coordinator in the smooth running of all our Festival operations, providing essential administrative and logistical support for all aspects of events delivery, ticketing, venue liaison and guest hosting. 

For more information on the role and details on how to apply please download the Job Description from our website: 

https://www.takeoneaction.org.uk/opportunity/festival-assistant/

The closing date for applications is noon on Friday 30 June 2017

Audience Development Placement (voluntary)

Open City Documentary Festival, London

Expenses (£10 per day)

Open City Documentary Festival is currently looking for Audience Development Placements to join the team.

Main Responsibilities

  • Generate publicity for Open City Documentary Festival events via grassroots marketing
  • Assist with social media
  • Contribute to e-newsletters
  • Write blog posts/programme notes
  • Create cross-promotional partnerships including ticket discounts
  • Assist Marketing Manager with any reasonable requests
  • Be available at the festival to assist the team - there will also be opportunities to attend events

Person requirements

  • A passion for documentary film
  • An interest in research and marketing
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Self motivated yet a good team player
  • Part-time role, 2-3 days a week starting w/c July 24 until end of festival on September 10.

    For further information and to apply please visit http://opencitylondon.com/jobs

The closing date for applications is Monday 3 July 2017

Project Co-ordinator (fixed term)

Independent Cinema Office, London

£23,000 to £25,000 pro rata (dependent on experience)

The Independent Cinema Office is the national organisation for the support and development of the independent cinema exhibition sector in the UK. It offers film programming services to cinemas, brings films into distribution and is the main provider of events, training and advice for the independent cinema sector. It works with the main funding bodies in film exhibition, is a company limited by guarantee and a registered charity.

Its film programming clients include cinemas as diverse as the Watershed in Bristol, the Broadway in Nottingham, Hebden Bridge Picture House and Galeri in Caernarfon. Thus far in 2017 it has released Mulholland Drive, La Strada and the BAFTA Shorts 2017 touring programme amongst other titles. It also delivers Screening Days, a national and regional showcase for cultural cinema for film societies, community cinemas and cinemas. It offers a portfolio of nationally and internationally-renowned training programmes for film exhibitors.

This is a unique opportunity to join a vibrant, creative team working on a diverse range of projects and an excellent chance for someone seeking to build a career in project co-ordination and marketing.

This is a fixed-term, 6 month contract position with the possibility of extension.

A job description and application form can be downloaded below:

Job description

Application form

Please post your completed application form to:

Independent Cinema Office (ICO)
3rd Floor Kenilworth House
79-80 Margaret Street
London
W1W 8TA

Please note: we do not accept CVs or emailed applications.

The deadline for applications is 5pm on Friday 23rd June 2017.

Full Time Projectionist (two positions)

The Ambassadors, Woking

£8.82 per hour for a 20 hour or 39 hour week

We are seeking an outstanding, dynamic and highly motivated individual aged 18 or over to join our projection team working in the cinema. The working pattern is 20 hours or 39 hours across 5 days with 2 rest days per week. The shifts will vary each week. This pattern will also include evenings and weekends.

The Projection team create magic through generating a warm and welcoming atmosphere within the venue. This is a role that blends performance with the customer experience and the ideal candidate will enthusiastically take pleasure in their own work, whilst ensuring the overall experience of customers is top class.

As a confident and charismatic team player, you have an interest in cinema and are confident with using computer based equipment. You will need to have very high standards of care and attention to detail. Commitment, ownership, teamwork and communication are instrumental in the way you work with your colleagues to consistently deliver exceptional results in customer care, performance and health and safety. Previous experience of projection is desirable.

Please send completed application forms to:

Jo Wright, Administrator, jowright@theambassadors.com, The Ambassadors, Peacocks Centre, Woking, Surrey, GU21 6GQ

Application forms are available from the above address or the ATG web site at www.atgtickets.com/jobs

The closing date for applications is 5pm on Friday 23 June 2017

Marketing Manager

CinemaLive, Central London

£30,000 - £35,000 per annum

Key Responsibilities:

Manage all marketing activity with major and independent cinemas, sub-distributors, partners, artists and management

Manage digital consumer communications

Work with the Head of Distribution & existing marketing staff to set targets and achieve results

Manage PR strategy with external publicists / write press releases / drive promotion

Manage corporate PR for company.

Create & manage content calendars for each event

Direct artwork messaging for maximum impact

Manage the creation of final marketing reports including all campaign activity

Work with Acquisitions, creating pitches for new product

Manage marketing & PR budgets.


Key Skills & Experience:

2 or 3+ years' marketing experience in the Cinema, Arts or Entertainment industry

A can-do, pro-active attitude

Strong attention to detail

Ability to multi-task, prioritise and deliver to deadlines

Please email you CV & covering letter to info@cinemalive.com

The closing date for applications is Friday 30 June 2017

Festival Volunteers

Cambridge Film Festival, Cambridge

N/A

Volunteering is a great way to get involved with the 37th Cambridge Film Festival! You can volunteer for Movies on the Meadows (4 days film festival on the August Bank holiday weekend) or for the festival itself (19th to 26th October 2017) or for both! Volunteer duties are extremely varied according to which event you volunteer for but they all include: ushering at screenings, assisting with marketing activities, assisting the hospitality team as well as runner tasks (including general office and front-of-house duties) to keep the Festival running smoothly. 

Who is eligible to volunteer?

Firstly volunteers must be aged 18 or older.

Secondly, you must be local to Cambridge. We cannot provide accommodation and cannot usually provide travel arrangements.

Thirdly, you should be available on the dates of the event you wish to volunteer at, and be aware that extra commitment may be involved in the form of briefing and/or training sessions prior to the event.

The attributes we seek in applicants because we consider them vital to a good volunteer are:

We have volunteers from a variety of backgrounds, a range of ages and ethnicities, and do not discriminate.

Perks: 

Most of our volunteers appreciate the opportunity to network but free tickets to the festival films is always listed as the No1 perk! When we asked last year's volunteers what they liked best about their experience, here is what they said:

"The variety, and chance to see how a cinema works from the inside (as usher), the opportunity to learn about new films, and see new films"

"Meeting so many cinema-related people (actors, directors, journalists)"

"The free screenings when not on duty, really nice to see some incredible films"

How to apply?
Please visit the volunteer page on our website where you can fill an application and do not hesitate to drop us a line on cristina@cambridgefilmtrust.org.uk if you have any questions.

We look forward to welcoming you as part of the team!

Festival Volunteers

Cinema Rediscovered, Bristol and the surrounding region

N/A

Returning for its second edition Cinema Rediscovered is an international archive film event that celebrates great films back on the big screen, giving audiences an opportunity to discover - or indeed re-discover - new digital restorations, film print rarities of early cinema, and contemporary classics

Taking place in Bristol and the surrounding region between Thu 27 – Sun 30 July at Watershed, Curzon Cinema & Arts (Clevedon) The Cube Microplex, we're looking for enthusiastic volunteers to help assist with the running of festival operations.

For more information and to apply please visit: http://www.watershed.co.uk/whatson/opportunities/2017-06-28/volunteer-at-cinema-rediscovered-festival-2017

The closing date for applications is 5pm on Wednesday 28 June 2017

Festival Volunteers

The Smalls Film Festival, London

Expenses paid

If you’ve arrived here, hopefully it means you are interested in volunteering for The Smalls Film Festival 2017. That’s great! You’re a star.

The Smalls Film Festival is a great introduction to short form content, and will offer you an insider's view and a first-hand understanding of how a film festival (a wicked one, at that!) is run. We offer opportunities across a number of roles; from front of house to technical assistance, you have a range of areas to get involved in. It will be an invaluable experience in events management, as well as a special edge to your qualifications. To top it all off, we cover travel costs and food expenses. Sounds good, right?

Our festival is running from 1st - 6th September 2017. Our exciting venue is soon to be announced, but it will be in London Zone 1. With full access to the festival, and a terrific schedule of screenings, industry sessions and buzzing parties, we promise you an experience you'll never forget.

The Smalls takes on volunteers for the week before and during the festival, and we would need you to contribute a minimum of 5 hours of your time on the days you choose to volunteer.

Please apply via: https://www.thesmalls.com/festival/volunteer and please fill out all sections in our volunteer application form. If you have difficulties completing the form or any questions, please get in touch with our Festival team at festival@thesmalls.com.

The closing date for applications is Monday 3rd July 2017. Successful applicants will be notified by 1st August 2017.

Voluntary Placement: Production and Marketing

UK Jewish Film Festival, London

Lunch and travel expenses covered

UK Jewish Film exhibits the best of world Jewish cinema in the UK and internationally, provides support and training to new and emerging filmmakers, and produces education and interfaith events for a wide variety of audiences.

Voluntary placements are designed to provide successful candidates with hands on experience in production and marketing of the year round programme and international festivals including Geneva International Jewish Film Festival and UK International Jewish Film Festival.  

Under the supervision of the Operations Manager and Head of Marketing & Membership, as well as through interaction with other team members, distributors and filmmakers, the successful candidates will have the opportunity to engage in a full spectrum of entry level tasks, gaining an understanding of how the organisation works as well as acquiring practical knowledge and skills required in the film industry. Placements are encouraged to attend UK Premieres and special events as part of the internship.

Placements are awarded to enthusiastic candidates who wish to build on their skills in this environment and gain a broader understanding through practical experience.

RESPONSIBILITIES
- Assisting with operational and logistical aspects of the events
- Assisting with planning and implementation of the marketing strategies
- Contributing ideas to marketing campaign plans for specific events
- Generating content for printed programme, UKJF website, e-newsletters, social media and other channels as required
- Researching marketing opportunities with partner organisations both on- and off-line
- Assisting with print production
- Liasing with partners and associates
- Assisting with ticketing and administrative tasks
To gain the full experience, interns are strongly encouraged to participate in the entire range of activities.  Ideal candidates will demonstrate a willingness to develop in all aspects of the department’s work.

REQUIREMENTS
- Interest in film
- Interest in developing a career in marketing/film industry
- Excellent literacy skills
- Excellent IT skills

For more information please contact:
Maria Sikora – Operations Manager
info@ukjewishfilm.org
0203 176 0048

The closing date for applications is 27 June 2017

Finance Manager

Depot, Lewes

£30,000 per annum

A qualified, experienced, highly competent Finance Manager is being sought for Depot a new Independent 3-Screen Cinema, restaurant/café and educational centre recently launched in the historic town of Lewes, just outside Brighton.

We are ideally looking for a Finance Manager having both charity and business finance in their background, preferably within the arts but will consider an experienced finance manager from a transferable background.

The successful post holder will be expected to expertly keep financial control of this unique independent Cinema and Arts project from its recently launched stage to becoming a key component in its successful establishment in the area. We operate as a mixed economy; the cinema is a registered charity, the restaurant is profit making.

The charity behind the project, aims to create a venue that serves as a focal point for the local cultural community, not only in the area of film but through a wider range of art forms.

Download a full job description here.

Please email your CV and covering letter to Luna at: lunnaska@kaitogroup.co.uk

In line with the requirements of the Asylum and Immigration Act 1996, all applicants must be eligible to live and work in the UK. As part of the recruitment process, you will be asked to provide documented evidence of eligibility. No police record for harm to children

The closing date for applications is Friday 30 June 2017

Marketing Manager

Depot, Lewes

£25,000-£27,000 per annum

Depot is a new Independent 3-Screen Cinema, restaurant/café and educational centre. We are now looking for an experienced, highly creative and resourceful Marketing Manager with at least 3-5 years experience in creating proven, successful marketing campaigns for an independent cinema or large multi-arts venue.

The charity behind the project, aims to create a venue that serves as a focal point for the local cultural community, not only in the area of film but through a wider range of art forms.The cinema will feature an innovative programme of contemporary and classic films plus special events, guest speakers and education workshops.

Marketing Manager Role

This is a varied and exciting role you will be required to instigate, promote and deliver a marketing plan for the general running of the venue. You will be responsible for preparation of all internal and external communications – including press releases, biographies, synopsis and background information for the media on films and cultural programmes as well as thoroughly researching, briefing and managing the organisations spokespeople for all media liaison and interviews.

Marketing Manager Role

  • Create and develop all marketing and promotional campaigns for upcoming programmes
  • In-house designer for all promotional material and other
  • Upkeep of website/ Upkeep of social media/ Communications/ Liaising with press/ Responsible for all public relations
  • Organising events
  • Reporting to and working with the Creative Director

Essential skills and qualities

  • Strategic forward planning budget
  • Familiar with cinema system software
  • Energetic, positive, creative lateral thinker
  • Creative ideas person, able to work to completion autonomously but also incorporate, disseminate constructive input from directors when needed

Essential background

  • To have had total control as marketing manager or director for a cinema, large arts venue or theatre
  • Existing contact list
  • Budgetary strategising expertise

You will be joining a passionate team of directors who are dedicated to presenting an exciting programme of film, fine art, and local events to the area.

Depot is based in the Historic town of Lewes, East Sussex

The Marketing Manager role is for a January start allowing for the successful post holder's notice period. Apply with CV and covering letter for an initial discussion and further information on the role. Thank you for your interest.

Please email your CV and covering letter to Luna at: lunnaska@kaitogroup.co.uk


The closing date for applications is Monday 3 July 2017

"Broadening horizons and seeing the world differently is - or ought to be - in the remit of film. Which makes ICO culturally significant and to be applauded."

The 2010 Guardian Film Power 100

Independent Cinema Office

3rd Floor, Kenilworth House, 79-80 Margaret Street, London W1W 8TA
T: 020 7636 7120 F: 020 7636 7121 E: info@independentcinemaoffice.org.uk

Registered in England and Wales. Company 5369193.
ICO is a registered charity No. 1109053