London Korean Film Festival 2019
Salary: £ 20,800 – £ 22,880 per annum pro rata
The London Korean Film Festival is looking for an experienced and organised Production Coordinator. Reporting to the Festival Producer, the main purpose of the role is to assist the Festival Manager and Programme & Venue Manager in the successful delivery of the London Korean Film Festival 2019 programme, in London (1-14 November) and on tour (18-24 November), as well as provide overall team support as and when required.
The Production Coordinator is a core member of the festival team. Reporting to the Festival Producer, the main purpose of the role is to assist the Festival Manager and Programme & Venue Manager in the successful delivery of the London Korean Film Festival 2019 programme, in London (1-14 November) and on tour (18-24 November), as well as provide overall team support as and when required.
Responsibilities and Accountabilities
• In coordination with the Programme & Venue Manager, liaise with festival venues with regards to delivery and testing of screening materials for all public screenings, ensuring all titles are screened in the right format, at the right time, in the right venue
• To coordinate the transportation of films and accompanying paperwork, booking both national and international couriers (eg Federal Express, DHL etc)
• To assist the Marketing Coordinator with production of on screen marketing assets (e.g. holding slides) and/or any additional on screen assets associated with the special events, and ensure their timely delivery to the respective venues
• In coordination with the Marketing Coordinator, produce social media content and/or carry out festival outreach
• Ad hoc assistance on site during the festival days (1-14 November), e.g. liaising with members of the public or guests & partners, handing out audience feedback surveys, volunteer desk supervision, etc.
This job description describes the principal purpose and main elements of the job at this time. It is a guide to the nature of the main duties as they currently exist but is not intended to be all-inclusive. The post holder is expected to work flexibly and respond positively to changing business needs.
• Experience of working in a film festival or similar cultural event in a marketing and/or events role (minimum 1 year)
• Understanding of various screening formats, experience handling audio-visual content
• Excellent organisational skills with the ability to prioritise and to manage and meet changing deadlines
• Excellent attention to detail and confidentiality
• Experience using a variety of social media platforms for advertising and promotion
• Copywriting and proof-reading skills for off-line promotion
• Good IT skills including MS Office, skilled in Excel
• A proactive and customer focused approach delivered within a best practice framework
• Demonstrable commitment to the principles of diversity and inclusion and its practical application and integration in the work environment
• Ability to work flexible hours (there is a requirement to work outside contracted hours, including some evenings and weekends)
• Ability to work well as part of the core film festival team and to develop and maintain relationships with external partners.
• Well-organised and effective at prioritising work and managing deadlines under pressure.
• Excellent communication skills, both written and oral.
For more information on the role and on how to apply, click here.
The closing date for this position is 29/09/2019 at 23:59