Jobs & Opportunities
Major Programmes Assistant
Do you have a passion for independent cinema and appetite to learn in a busy project based role?
Film Hub Midlands is currently recruiting for a part-time Programme Assistant who will be responsible for supporting our work in Major Programmes - a UK wide project that delivers two National film seasons annually. We are looking for an organised self-starter with a passion for film who is keen to develop skills in film curation, event management, arts administration and arts marketing.
Applicants must have a six months experience within a cinema venue or festival, or comparable voluntary experience within an arts organisation.
How to apply
Submit an up to date c.v. (not more than two sides of A4) and a personal statement (not more than two sides of A4) outlining your skills and experience and addressing the selection criteria to email@example.com before 5pm on Thursday 18 April.
BFI FAN Major Programmes Evaluation Tender
Date range: April 2019 – April 2020
Contract value: up to £12,000
Film Hub Midlands is seeking an individual or organisation with the appropriate knowledge and expertise to undertake comprehensive monitoring and evaluation of the BFI FAN Major Programmes initiative – starting with BFI Comedy Genius, a Major Programme delivered by the Film Hub in 2018/19.
Tender requirements and deadline
Please send a short proposal (no more than 2 sides of A4) explaining how you would manage the evaluation along with your CV/company profile and relevant experience to firstname.lastname@example.org before Thursday 18 April, 5pm.
Candidates will be notified by Friday 26 April and should be available for a phone interview on Wednesday 1 or Friday 3 May. We expect the successful candidate to begin working on the project in May 2019 if possible and to complete an initial review of Comedy Genius by the end of June.
To ask a question or discuss this opportunity by telephone please contact Annabel Grundy, Major Programmes Project Manager, on 0115 850 7851 or email email@example.com
Film Hub Midlands Major Programmes Sponsorship and Partnership Development Consultant
fee up to £6,250
Film Hub Midlands is seeking an experienced and tenacious development professional to help us build partnerships and support for our UK-wide audience facing activity.
You will have a track record leveraging successful partnerships, funding or sponsorship for creative programmes and events, and a strategic approach to partnership development over a multi-year project. We are particularly keen to hear about your approach to working with commercial partners and creative engagement.
How to apply
Send an up to date c.v. and not more than 2 pages outlining your availability and approach to the brief to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm, Thursday 18 April 2019
We are looking for a dedicated Kitchen Assistant to join the team. Applicants must have their basic food hygiene certificates and have experience working in busy kitchens. For more information on how to apply please see below.
APPLICATIONS NEED TO BE RETURNED TO MARK MARTIN
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