Tees Valley Screen Programme Coordinator
Are you an experienced coordinator who has a passion for organising events and supporting the development of people and SME’s? Do you love TV and film and all things creative? Ever fancied finding locations for film and TV productions?
If so, then we want to hear from you! We, Northern Film + Media (NFM), are the North East’s screen industry development agency, and we are very excited to be recruiting for a Tees Valley Screen Programme Coordinator who will support the delivery of our ERDF funded Tees Valley Screen Development Project which supports SME’s in the screen sector with business growth, talent, creative industry and cultural development.
Working from both our Hartlepool and Gateshead offices and remotely, this role is to support the delivery of NFM’s ERDF-funded Tees Valley Screen’s talent and business development programme of activities and events for emerging and established film and television professionals and to service inward investment and indigenous production enquiries and encourage filming in Tees Valley.
Salary: £24,000 pro-rata, equivalent of 3 days per week (initially on a 12-month fixed term contract with potential to extend subject to funding)
Closing date: 9am, Tuesday 31st August 2021
How to apply: Please send your CV and a covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org aligning your skills and experience to the job description and tell us why you would like to join the NFM team. Please also complete our Equality, Diversity and Inclusivity form.
This post is funded by ERDF and the activities are wholly or partly included in Northern Film + Media’s ERDF project. As such, the post holder must ensure that the conditions of NFM’s ERDF project are adhered to when planning, promoting, delivering, monitoring evaluating and collecting data from NFM activity.
Northern Film + Media is working to build a more diverse workforce. We value difference and promote inclusion and encourage applications from those who consider themselves as having minority representation in the creative industries (such as age, gender, ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, socio-economic background, religion and/or belief).We are inviting people with different skills, experiences, and backgrounds to apply for these opportunities. We advocate the Social Model of Disability and want to ensure our recruitment process is as accessible as possible.