SOC Project Manager (Future Archive Research)
British Film Institute
Salary: £46,362 - £54,762
The BFI seeking a Project Manager – Future Archive Research to join the Collections & Information department on a fixed term basis until 31 March 2022.
You will be responsible for the project management and successful delivery of the BFI National Archive Strategic Case for Change project.
You will be the first point of contact for the delivery of this project, being accountable for the creation of plans to identify and implement resources, talent, data and activities needed to successfully complete it. You will be responsible for assessing market trends to identify threats & opportunities, conducting research of operations & processes and preparing reports to present findings.
You will work independently but will liaise with cross-departmental teams, in particular the BFI National Archive and Reuben Library, for support and building long term relationships that will enable the future transformation of the Archive.
Extensive experience in project management is required for this role and of working with Her Majesty’s Treasury Green Book Cases. In addition you will bring strong organisational and planning skills as well as research and critical thinking abilities to evaluate problems and identify solutions.
The role is predominantly based at BFI Stephen Street, however, in response to the current Covid-19 pandemic all team members are currently working remotely from home until the foreseeable future.
We support diversity and inclusion, and as an organisation recognise that we need to address under representation within our teams. As such we strongly welcome and encourage applicants from our under-represented groups, both of non-white ethnicity and/or those who identify as D/deaf and disabled.
We guarantee a first interview to our under-represented groups who meet our minimum requirements. How we are doing, including our pay gaps and our commitment to Black Lives Matter can be found on our website at http://www.bfi.org.uk
You will enjoy benefits such as our pension scheme, excellent support for working parents, 28-33 days annual leave, tickets to BFI festivals and events plus many others.
Please note that the BFI is not a licensed sponsor for VISAs and as such if applying for this role you must already have the Right to Work in the UK.
Further details about the post can be obtained by visiting the BFI website.
First interviews will be held in the week commencing 26 July 2021
The closing date for this position is 15/07/2021 at 23:59