All current vacancies

Hospitality Team Members

Everyman Reigate, Reigate

Competitive

WHO ARE WE?

Everyman is an independent cinema brand with a focus on the experience of every one of its guests, both at public and private screenings and events. From unique venues and great customer service to food and drink, we want every night out at every venue to be enjoyable and entertaining, no matter what film or event you come to.

Currently formed of 19 sites, Everyman will also be expanding into a number of new locations in the coming months and years. 

WHAT’S THE JOB?

When it comes to the job role in particular, as part of our hospitality team, you will be responsible for ensuring that each and every one of our customers has the very best cinema experience possible.

WHO ARE WE LOOKING FOR?

Experience in hospitality or cinema is not necessary at all, but we are looking for:

• Mountains of personality

• A passion for food, customer service, hospitality and people

• An upbeat, hard-working & flexible attitude

All candidates must be eligible to work in the UK and will be required to provide suitable and up-to-date ID at first stage interview.

WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT FROM US?

• On-the-job training programme

• Competitive pay rates

• Pension scheme

• Regular development review

• Unlimited complimentary cinema tickets for you +1

• 50% Everyman discount on all food & drink

• Up to 28% discount on selected Sony products (T&Cs apply)

CONTACT

If you're interested and want to join our dynamic team, then please get in touch at reigate.jobs@everymancinema.com.

PLEASE NOTE! Only successful candidates will be contacted.

The closing date for applications is 28 February 2017

Theatrical Sales Executive

Dogwoof, London

Competitive

Looking for an ambitious Theatrical Sales Executive to join the Dogwoof team at an exciting moment of growth for the company.  We are looking for a go-getter with strong sales skills, who is ready to be part of the world's leading documentary sales and distribution company. You need to have a genuine passion for cinema documentaries and be a team player.  

You will be joining a truly international company and working primarily with the UK team, but also developing international cinema partnerships.

You need to have strong existing relationships with UK cinema programmers and a track record of working with independent / art-house titles. 

More further details please visit the Dogwoof website: http://dogwoof.com/jobs/

To apply, please respond to recruitment@dogwoof.com with your CV and explain why you are suitable for the role.

The closing date for applications is 31 January 2017

FAN Access Officer

Film Hub Wales, Cardiff

£25,000 per annum

The BFI Film Audience Network (FAN) is made up of nine Film Hubs that work with cinema exhibitors, film festivals, educators, film societies, community venues, film archives and other organisations in their regions, to bring diverse and exciting films and events, to audiences right across the UK. The BFI FAN collaborates with filmmakers and distributors to raise the profile of British and independent film, develops projects aimed at engaging the next generation of film fans and offers sector led training in areas such as programming, marketing, fundraising and technical delivery. Find your local film hub here.

FAN recognises the benefits of having a diverse community of staff and is committed to being an inclusive project, where everyone is treated with respect, dignity and where there is equal opportunity for all.

Purpose of Post

The post-holder will assist the BFI Film Audience Network (BFI FAN) in the development and delivery of a UK-wide pilot approach to access in the film exhibition sector, through various audience-facing and training initiatives. There will be a particular focus on dementia awareness during the pilot period, where the post holder will consider how best to leverage additional funds for further supportive environment activity beyond July 2017.

Download further information and an application form on the Chapter website: http://www.chapter.org/fan-access-officer

If you have any questions contact Hana Lewis, Film Hub Wales Strategic Manager, hana@filmhubwales.org

The closing date for applications is 12 December 2016

Festival Volunteers

Slapstick Festival, Bristol

Unpaid

Come and volunteer at Slapstick Festival 2017! Showing the finest visual and silent comedy, Slapstick will run from 18-22 January in central Bristol and includes events hosted by Rory Bremner and Simon Callow as well as retrospectives of the work of Victoria Wood and Rik Mayall.

We are looking for an enthusiastic team of volunteers to help make the festival happen! To apply, please fill in this form and submit by 6pm on 12 December (note, you will need to able to attend a volunteer briefing on 16 Jan 6pm): https://goo.gl/forms/abCo0WDXqBpCZ9DR2

More more information about the festival, visit: http://www.slapstick.org.uk/

The closing date for applications is 6pm on Monday 12 December 2016

Admin Assistant

Tyneside Cinema, Newcastle

Part time (14 hours per week), £7.20 per hour

Tyneside Cinema is seeking to appoint a dynamic, enthusiastic and highly organised individual to provide administration, resourcing and delivery support for its Random Acts programme.

Random Acts Network Centre North (RANCN) delivers an education, training and production programme for 16-24 year olds across the North of England. The new Admin Assistant will have a key role in supporting the Random Acts Programme Manager and maintaining systems and processes to ensure the programme runs smoothly and efficiently.

The successful candidate will have excellent administration skills. They will also be a proactive and self-motivated individual with a keen sense of initiative, who can confidently provide support within a fast paced environment.

To find out more about the post and to apply please visit the Tyneside Cinema website: https://www.tynesidecinema.co.uk/about-us/jobs/admin-assistant

The closing date for applications is noon on Wednesday 14 December 2016

Marketing and Development Manager

Salisbury Arts Centre, Salisbury

£21,675 - £24,898

Salisbury Arts Centre are looking for an experienced and committed Marketing and Development Manager to deliver the organisation’s Marketing & Audience Development and Fund Development plans, maximising new and existing audiences and supporters for Salisbury Arts Centre’s programme of activities.

Salisbury Arts Centre is one of Arts Council England’s National Portfolio of Arts Organisations.

For more information and to download job application details, please visit www.salisburyartscentre.co.uk, or e-mail paula@salisburyarts.co.uk

The closing date for applications is noon on Monday 12 December 2016

Part-time Finance Assistant

The Dukes, Lancaster

£8.29 per hour

The Dukes is a unique theatre and cultural centre for Lancashire.

The Dukes creates original productions and co-productions, brings in top quality touring work, is an independent cinema and has a thriving creative learning department.  We understand that theatre, film and the performing arts have the power to change people’s lives for the better.

The Dukes aims to be an excellent employer to all its staff; a place to develop careers and achieve

‘creative personal bests’.

An opportunity has arisen for an experienced bookkeeper to join our Finance team to assist with weekly and monthly payroll, staff records, cash handling, inputting accounts data and general admin of Finance office.  Must be fully conversant with payroll administration.

12 hours per week – Wednesdays and Thursdays. Fixed term 12 month contract initially.

For full details including job description: jobapplications@dukes-lancaster.org, tel. 01524 598506 or download from Dukes website: www.dukes-lancaster.org/about-us/work-with-us

The closing date for applications is noon on Tuesday 6 December 2016

Head of Film Policy

DCMS, London

£48,169-£56,243

The DCMS is the government’s department for digital. Working in our Digital and Media Group offers the unique opportunity to work across a range of issues relating to the telecoms (mobile and broadband), broadcasting and creative industries alongside related policy areas such as cyber security and improving individuals’ digital skills. 

These are all fast-moving, high-growth sectors where people who understand the businesses and the nature of the challenge are in high demand inside and outside the civil service. Our work balances economic growth with social responsibility and consumer protection, and within this you have the opportunity to develop commercial and programme delivery skills, creative policy thinking, stakeholder management and sectoral sponsorship. 

The Creative Industries team is seeking a new head of film policy. The film sector is a critical part of the UK's overall creative industries, employing some 66,000 with a UK turnover of £7.7 billion. There has been substantial growth in the sector in recent years, with 253 films now made in the UK in 2015/16. As Head of Film Policy you will have a key role in shaping the direction of policy in this area, advising both the Secretary of State and the Minister for Culture. For this role we are looking for a strategic thinker who is both entrepreneurial and innovative. A team player with the energy and confidence to bounce ideas around and get the best from others. You should have excellent stakeholder engagement skills who is confident engaging and delivery with and for industry and ministers. A practical knowledge and understanding of film production and distribution within the UK is desirable but not essential. 

For more information and to apply visit the Civil Service Jobs website: https://www.civilservicejobs.service.gov.uk/csr/jobs.cgi?jcode=1518234&csource=csalerts

The closing date for applications is 9 December 2016

Festival Marketing Assistant

BFI, London

Between £20,835 and £21,669 per annum, pro rata

The BFI are looking for a Festival Marketing Assistant to join our marketing team for BFI Flare: London LGBT Film Festival which will take place at BFI Southbank between 16 – 26 March 2016.

Now in its 31st year and formerly known as BFI London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival,  BFI Flare is the UK’s leading  LGBT film cultural event and one that is highly regarded around the world.

Working as part of the team the Marketing Assistant will support the Festival Marketing Manager in the delivery of marketing projects for BFI Flare: London LGBT Film Festival. 

You will need to have a minimum of one year experience in a marketing role and educated to degree level or equivalent.  Applicants should have excellent administration skills and a knowledge of and interest in marketing communications.

We are seeking candidates who have experience both in the print production process and with digital channels including email marketing, in a film, Festival, event or venue environment with good knowledge of film and television.

Based at BFI Southbank, nearest station is Waterloo station, you will enjoy benefits such as our pension scheme, 28-33 days annual leave, tickets to BFI festivals and events plus many others.

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 11 December 2016. Interviews will be held on 20 December 2016.

Programme Manager, Artistic Programmes (Maternity Cover)

LUX Scotland, Glasgow

£22,000 p.a. (0.6 pro rata)

LUX Scotland are looking for a Programme Manager, Artistic Programmes (Maternity Cover) to join the team.

The Programme Manager, Artistic Programmes (Maternity Cover) will work closely with the LUX Scotland Director and Programme Manager (Learning and Professional Development) to support the consolidation and development of the LUX Scotland project.

Focusing on programme management and collection development, the post-holder will play a key role in ensuring that LUX Scotland remains artistically ambitious and effectively supports and promotes artists working with the moving image in Scotland. This work places the needs of the artists’ moving image community at the heart of the programme and ensures that LUX Scotland remains central to discourses around artists’ moving image practice in Scotland.

The Programme Manager (Artistic Programmes) will support the Director in the organisation and delivery of the artistic programme; contribute to the research and development of future programmes; develop and expand audiences; support the establishment of the new LUX Scotland distribution collection; and provide administrative support to the Director.

Please visit luxscotland.org.uk to download the job description and equal opportunities form.

The closing date for applications is 5pm on Tuesday 13 December2016

Distribution Sales Manager

BFI, London

£35,313 - £41,313

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.

We are looking for a Distribution Sales Manager to develop and deliver a pipeline of licensing opportunities for BFI-managed film rights, including both branded packages and individual catalogue sales, from sales development through negotiation to deal completion and execution. To plan and lead the day-to-day relationships with clients and commercial partners to ensure that objectives are met and the BFI’s commitments are delivered. To help co-ordinate the delivery and reporting of client agreements, while supporting the long-term planning and forecasting of the department.

The ideal candidate will possess strong negotiation skills with a track record of growing the value of key accounts over time, coupled with proven experience in content sales or business development, ideally in an international role. You must be able to demonstrate a comprehensive understanding f the contemporary international market for film rights distribution, and be able to use this to support the Head of Digital Products in the preparation and execution of the Distribution Plan, to include budgeting and forecasting annual revenue. 

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.

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

Interviews will be held in the new year.

The closing date for applications is Sunday 11 December 2016.

Placement Volunteer (expenses paid)

Stanley's Film Club, South Norwood

Food and travel expenses

Are you interested in working in film exhibition? Would you like to develop your skills in a hands-on creative environment?

Stanley’s Film Club is a community cinema based at Grade II Stanley Halls in South Norwood. We screen films on a weekly basis, usually on a Wednesday evening, with occasional ad hoc events including immersive and family screenings.

We are looking for an enthusiastic individual to undertake a 3-month unpaid work experience placement with us, from 3 January - 31 March 2017. The successful candidate will be expected to commit to 2 days office work and one evening event per week (around 20 hours), with occasional additional events and meetings.

You will receive ongoing mentoring and support to set you up with a broad range of skills and expand your knowledge of the sector, as well as food and travel expenses.

Responsibilities include:

  • Day-to-day office administration, including responding to customer and member email enquiries;
  •  Marketing, including updating social media, organising flyer distribution, web outreach, creating newsletters, film research and copywriting;
  • Membership administration, including processing new members and preparing membership cards;
  •  Volunteer coordination, including scheduling and managing rotas;
  •  Box office coordination, including guest list management and ticketing updates;
  • Event assistance, including front-of-house duties and setting up for screenings.

For more details and to apply go to Stanley's Film Club's website: http://www.stanleysfilmclub.com/jobs/

The closing date for applications is 6pm on Wednesday 7 December 2016

Assistant Manager

Curzon, Sheffield

£21,000 per annum

Curzon Sheffield are recruiting a for new Assistant Manager. 

This is a great opportunity for someone who is passionate about customer service, has experience of leading and motivating teams, a passion for Cinema, a desire to deliver excellent service to our guests and the ability to motivate others to make cinema unforgettable.

To apply please go to http://corporate.curzon.com/recruitment/

The closing date for applications is Sunday 4 December 2016

Front of House Manager

Depot , Lewes

£18,000 to £20,000 depending on experience

Depot is a new Independent 3-Screen Cinema, restaurant/café and educational centre based in Lewes nr Brighton. We are looking for an experienced Front of House/Duty Manager who has been FOH in an independent cinema or multi- arts venue and has this in their background.

This is an exceptional opportunity for an highly experienced FOH/Duty Manager to be responsible for the cinema's practical smooth running and all that involves.

The successful post holder will have responsibility for the visible day to day running of this unique independent Cinema and Arts project from pre-launch stage to becoming a key component in its successful establishment in the area.

About

The cinema will feature an innovative programme of contemporary and classic films plus special events, guest speakers and education workshops 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.

Front of House Manager/ Duty Manager

Essential

  • Experience as FOH for 3-5 years. This is a senior managerial role therefore it is essential for any applicant to bea highly experiencedFOH/Duty Manager

  • Essential to have been Duty Manager /FOH at an independent cinema or large multi-arts venue.

  • Very hands on, someone with a 'can do' attitude

Role

  • Organise box office

  • Welcome the public, deal with complaints

  • Look after all staff 'on the floor' (bar, cleaners, gardeners, ushers, interns)

  • Cinema: check film displays, check the cinema is tidy and well presented at all times

  • Accessibility: look after people with access issues

  • Check Posters

  • Volunteers. Undertake relevant staff training

  • Closing and opening the venue

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 Wednesday 14 December 2016

Cinema Distribution & Exhibition Manager

Tyneside Cinema, Newcastle

c. £24,000 depending on experience

Tyneside Cinema is seeking to appoint a highly motivated and well-organised individual with good working knowledge of the UK’s Cinema Exhibition sector to lead on and deliver both the Cinema element of the Random Acts National Distribution programme, and the North’s exhibition and distribution strategy.

Specifically this will include leading on the curation, assembly and distribution of Random Acts Film packages for Cinema; a weekend showcase at Tyneside Cinema in 2017; supporting the national touring exhibition in at least 3 locations across the North; and the regional exhibition strategy that will showcase short films across the North produced by filmmakers aged 16-24 as part of the Random Acts programme.

To find out more about the post, please visit the Tyneside Cinema website: https://www.tynesidecinema.co.uk/about-us/jobs/cinema-distribution-and-exhibition-manager

Email applications to: recruitment@tynesidecinema.co.uk with ‘Cinema Distribution & Exhibition Manager’ in the subject line.

Alternatively you can post your application from to:
Recruitment, Tyneside Cinema, 10 Pilgrim Street, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 6QG

Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

The closing date for applications is Monday 12 December 2016

UK and International Manager

BFI, London

£43,791 - £51,231 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.

Working with the Head of Interpretation, Head of International Strategy, and colleagues across Programme, the UK and International Manager will research, devise, manage and coordinate the delivery of our cultural exchange programme. This will include building national and international partnership networks, collaborative projects and leading on international stakeholder management for the Programme department. Key tasks will include identifying resources for skills sharing and cultural leadership, gathering and sharing intelligence and leading on communicating BFI’s international programme partnerships and evaluation of projects.

The ideal candidate will be educated to degree level or equivalent, and have demonstrable success in developing creative working partnerships, ideally on an international level. You will also have the ability to work under pressure while maintaining a tactful and diplomatic attitude in dealing with a wide variety of contacts in the international film industry and Government.

Based at BFI Stephen Street (nearest station Tottenham Court Road), 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 and to apply visit the BFI website: https://bfijobsandopportunities.bfi.org.uk/

The closing date for applications is midnight on 4 December 2016. Interviews will be held on 14 December 2016.

Director

The Roses, Tewkesbury

£45,000 per annum

The Roses is a busy 374 seat live theatre and independent cinema, presenting more than 180 live performances, 320 film screenings, and a growing programme of live screenings each year, to which annual admissions are  around  80,000. The Roses also has a renowned Take Part programme which delivered approximately 10,000 participant sessions last year.

The prestigious programme of the best of British and International film makes the Roses the most important independent film theatre in the region. The Roses has also introduced regular live screenings of arts events from all over the world. The recent programme has included live broadcasts of opera from The Met New York, a range of plays from the National Theatre and screenings from art exhibitions from around the world.

The overall purpose of the role is to lead the executive team to maximise the sustainable opportunities which the recent developments present. This will include the extension of the core programme, the expansion of the education and outreach activities to engage wider audiences and the development of commercial partnerships.

For more information about the post and to apply, please visit The Roses website: http://www.rosestheatre.org/about/jobs-at-the-roses/

The closing date for applications is noon on Monday 5 December 2016

Assistant Box Office Manager

Audi Dublin International Film Festival, Dublin

Paid

The Audi Dublin International Film Festival is Ireland’s premier event and has built a formidable reputation for delivering the very best in international film and film talent to Irish and International audiences each year.

They're looking for a savvy and energetic individual who has a passion for delivering high quality events and enjoys working with people, to join their team as Assistant Box Office Manager in our Dublin office. The successful candidate will work closely with the Box Office Manager and the wider Box Office team.

For more details and to apply, download the job description and person specification here.

If you have any queries contact Festival Managing Director Sian Cunningham on

sian.cunningham@diff.ie

The closing date for applications is 5pm on Friday 9 December 2016

Financial Manager

Depot, Lewes

£27,000-£29,000 per annum

Depot is a new Independent 3-Screen Cinema, restaurant/café and educational centre. We are looking for an experienced, highly competent Financial Manager with contract law expertise and experience in financial control of a multi- arts and independent cinema in their background.

This is an exceptional opportunity for an experienced Financial Manager with proven experience in employment contract law, to be responsible for the financial health of the entire organization, producing financial reports, developing strategies and plans for its long-term financial goals. The successful post holder will be expected to expertly keep financial control of this unique independent Cinema and Arts project from pre-launch stage to becoming a key component in its successful establishment in the area. 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. The plans for the Depot are two-fold; to serve the needs of the local community and to look further afield for exciting collaborative opportunities.

Background and overview

  • This is a senior managerial role therefore it is essential for any applicant to be an experienced Financial Manager with a background in contract law (as a Finance Manager) in an independent cinema or multi-arts venue from launch stage.
  • You will be at the inception of this exciting project and will be responsible for strategic financial planning with proven background in problem solving and working autonomously with evidence of proven results to bring to interview
  • Essential to have employment contract law background

Main Purpose

  • To take overall responsibility for the financial planning and budget of the entire project
  • To provide solid financial strategy to maximise the cinema’s growth and profitability.
  • To be responsible for financial forecasting, financial controls, ensuring costs stay within agreed budgets
  • To provide and draw up all employee contracts in accordance with Employment Law
  • In conjunction with the board, you will co-ordinate the smooth delivery of the Cinema’s financial mission and aims

Duties

  • Pay salaries
  • Write all employee contracts
  • Pay all contracts, suppliers and bills
  • Budgeting for each department and check that budgets are stuck to
  • Insurance
  • Pricing of tickets
  • Fundraising finances
  • Bookkeeping/ accountant

Essential

  • Employment Contract law background
  • Relevant degree and experience demonstrating success as Financial Manager in the arts arena
  • Proven financial control skills (budget management). 
  • Computer skillsDocuments, spread sheets, email
  • Autonomy, flexible intelligence, lateral thinker in problem solving

Career progression and other benefits

  • Where appropriate external training
  • Unlimited free cinema tickets plus 2 guest tickets a week
  • Free hot drinks and draught soft drinks
  • Food and drink discounts

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 Financial 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 20 December 2016

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 mulit-arts, preferably at pre-launch stage.

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. The plans for the Depot are two-fold; to serve the needs of the local community and to look further afield for exciting collaborative opportunities.

Marketing Manager Role

This is a varied and exciting role you will be required to promote and deliver the entire launch campaign strategies and ongoing marketing. You will also 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. You will ideally have built up a comprehensive list of directors and actors as contacts for Q&A sessions.

Marketing Manager remit

  • Create and develop Depot’s launch marketing campaign
  • 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

  • Familiar with Word Press
  • Strategic forward planning budget
  • Able to proof read accurately
  • 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 12 December 2016

Berwick Visual Arts and Berwick Film Festival Residency

Berwick Visual Arts, Berwick-upon-Tweed

£8000 as well as private accommodation and studio space in Berwick-upon-Tweed are available.

Berwick Visual Arts and Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival are pleased to announce applications are now open for their annual artist's residency. The residency is for a six month period beginning in April 2017 and is an opportunity for an artist with a moving image based practice to create a new work to be premiered at Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival between 20th and 24th September 2017.

A bursary of £8000 as well as private accommodation and studio space in Berwick-upon-Tweed are available.

The residency is an opportunity for a moving image artist to create a new work in Berwick that will benefit from any of the following:

  • the possibility of spending six months with Berwick as base with support from Berwick Visual Arts and Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival
  • the context of Berwick and the wider county of Northumberland.
  • takes its starting point from the Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival 2017 programme theme of ‘Ultramarine’

Applications should demonstrate an initial concept, project or way of working that responds to any or all of these possibilities.

The residency is open to artists currently based in the UK and Europe and have permission to work in the UK.

The applicant artist must have been out of college (BA graduate) for a minimum of 3 years, or have fully completed an MA and/or PhD.

Artists are asked to read the full residency guidelines and complete the application form via Curator Space here - http://www.curatorspace.com//opportunities/detail/berwick-visual-arts-and-berwick-film--media-arts-festival-residency/919

Shortlisted artists will be invited for interview in early January 2017 in Berwick-upon-Tweed.

The closing date for applications is 5pm on Friday 9 December 2016

Trustee

Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff

Unpaid

Chapter Arts Centre in Cardiff is the leading cultural hub in Wales’ capital city and has been a centre for the arts and creative industries for over 40 years. As a charity with a trading subsidiary Chapter has embraced the financial challenges of the past few years by growing its artistic programme and audiences. As Chapter embarks on a new phase in its development the charity is looking for a new trustee with finance/accounting experience. This post is voluntary and unpaid.

Please see the background document, role information and application process here: http://www.chapter.org/trustee-vacancy

The closing date for applications is Wednesday 7 December 2016

Hospitality Team Members - Everyman

Everyman, various locations

£15,000 - £20,000 pa pro rata

Everyman Cinemas are currently recruiting bartenders, hosts & ushers to help us bring the Everyman experience straight to our customers.

When it comes to the job role in particular, as part of our hospitality team, you will be responsible for ensuring that each and every one of our customers has the very best cinema experience possible.

For full details of the role and how to apply, please see the details below for each location.

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The deadline for applications is Saturday 31st December 2016.

Duty Managers - Everyman

Everyman, various locations

£15,000 - £20,000 pa pro rata

Everyman cinemas are currently recruiting Duty Managers to help us lead the team and delight our customers.  

As a Duty Manager, you will support the Venue Manager in operating a successful and profitable business by always maintaining high standards, achieving sales and profit targets and driving excellent standards of customer service through leading & developing the team. You will be responsible for running shifts and ensuring that the business is always run smoothly and securely.

For full details of the roles and how to apply, please see the details below.

barnet.jobs@everymancinema.com | Job description

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The deadline for applications is Saturday 31st December 2016.

Duty Managers - Everyman London

Everyman, London

£15,000 - £20,000 pa pro rata

Everyman are currently recruiting Duty Managers to be part of the Everyman experience. You’ll have the pleasure of working alongside great venue managers, aiming towards sales and profit targets, whilst leading and developing our hospitality team.

As a Duty Manager, you will support the Venue Manager in operating a successful and profitable business by always maintaining high standards, achieving sales and profit targets and driving excellent standards of customer service through leading & developing the team. You will be responsible for running shifts and ensuring that the business is always run smoothly and securely.

For full details of the role, please download the job description.

To apply, please get in touch at london.jobs@everymancinema.com

Deadline for applications is 31 December 2016.

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