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Broadway

Finance Coordinator

Broadway is based in Nottingham’s Creative Quarter, a leading independent cinema and creative media centre aiming to inspire creativity and a lifelong love of film.

We are now looking to recruit a Finance Project Coordinator to be responsible for all financial aspects of Broadway’s funded cultural, educational and talent support projects and be an active member of the small and busy finance team, contributing to the organisation’s monthly accounts processes.

Strong financial and administrative skills are essential, and would suit someone with a previous background in a not for profit/arts/project background.


Hours: 37.5 hours full-time


Salary: £21,757-£24,488 (Col increase pending)


​​​ Finance Project Coordinator Job Description (PDF Document, 0.5 Mb)​​​


​​​ Finance Project Coordinator Personal Specification (PDF Document, 0.3 Mb)​​​


​​​ Broadway Application Form - Finance Project Coordinator (Word Document, 0.2 Mb)​​​

​​​ Equality and Diversity Monitoring Form (Word Document, 0.1 Mb)​​​



Closing date for applications: 12 noon on Tuesday 8 May 2018 (previous applicants need not apply)


Please send your completed application form by the closing date to: recruitment@broadway.org.uk

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Producer of Marketing and Distribution, Film Hub Midlands

Fee: dependent on experience - £150 - £200 p/d

Freelance, approx 55 days, April 2018 – March 2019


Developing more effective PR and marketing for specialist film is a key priority for Film Hub Midlands and the aim of this role is to help build a higher profile for film culture in the Midlands, with wider availability of information on new releases and special events.

Working closely with the Film Hub Midlands team, the PMD will be responsible for developing and delivering a plan designed to raise the profile of specialised film, and promote the full spectrum of the region’s offer to include BFI Film Audience Network’s New Release Strategy, led by Film Hub South West, and other key titles

The successful candidate will be based in the Midlands and will have the opportunity to hot desk at both the Broadway and Flatpack offices.


Equality and Diversity Monitoring Form (Word Document, 0.1 Mb)


Closing date: Tuesday 24th April


Interview date: Tuesday 1st May

Please send a CV, equality and diversity moniroting form and a covering letter by the closing date to: e.thornley@broadway.org.uk


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KITCHEN STAFF



Kitchen Assistant for immediate start.


Broadway is looking for a dedicated assistant to join the team. Applicants must have their basic food hygiene certificates and have experience working in busy kitchens. References will be required for consideration.


For more information and an application form please click below.

Kitchen Assistant Job Description (1) (Word Document, 0.2 Mb)

Broadway Application Form - Kitchen Assistant (Word Document, 0.2 Mb)

Applications need to be returned with a CV to Mark Martin -