There are a number of great film job opportunities from Hub members around at the minute so we've compiled them here in one handy place.
Moviehouse Cinemas (Cityside)
(Closing date: 27th May 2022)
At The Movie House we believe that our teams are at the core of our customers cinema experience and we want to hear from you if you are:
• Friendly & Supportive in your outlook.
• Dynamic & engaging in your interactions with others.
• Confident to work on your own but also LOVE working in a TEAM
• FLEXIBLE and be able to work evenings, weekends and holiday periods.
More details are here.
Newcastle Community Cinema
(Closing date: Monday 6 June 2022)
Salary: £20,000 to £24,000, depending on experience
Duration: 3 years fixed term until 30 June 2025
Hours of work: 35 hrs per week, flexible hours, including working from home.
Holidays: 28 days pa (including Bank Holidays)
NCC opened in 2009 when a group of like-minded film-lovers screened their first film, The Shining, in Annesley Hall in Newcastle, County Down. Since then, NCC has moved into St Mary’s Hall in the centre of Newcastle, adapting it to cinema with a full-sized screen and red velvet seating.
The Venue Manager is a brand new role and our first paid position. The post-holder will work closely with the management committee and external training providers to settle into the role. Reporting to the management committee, we anticipate the post-holder to grow into the role, establish their autonomy and develop their own initiatives.
The goal of the post is to increase NCC’s revenue to strength our sustainability and cover the costs of this position within three years. Grant funding from Department of Communities’ Art Work - Covid Recovery Programme for Employment and Skills Initiative for the arts sector has been awarded to NCC for this post until June 2025. After that, NCC will need to generate the income to cover the position.
The post-holder will be one of several new art sectors recruits funded by the grant and will be required to take part in joint activities and will need to demonstrate progress in the role to the funder.
As the only full-time, paid member of NCC, the post-holder will not have any co-workers on a similar schedule to shadow. Through a combination of the post-holder’s flexible working hours, the mentoring schedule delivered by the management committee and the provision of external training, we will support the post-holder’s induction and growth in the post, all within a professional development framework.
More details are here.
Events & Digital Marketing Administrator
Strand Arts Centre
(Closing date Tuesday 31st May 2022)
Salary: £20,000 per annum plus 3% employer’s pension contribution
Duration: 37 hours per week
Holidays: 28 days including statutory holidays
Strand Arts Centre is creating an exciting new full-time position for an individual to enter, or progress within, the arts sector. You will be line-managed and mentored by the Strand’s Marketing Manager and will also work closely with, and receive support from, our Programme, Heritage, Operations and Front of House Managers. This role will give you the chance not just to develop marketing skills and experience, but also to learn about the wider organisation and contribute to its overall success.
We are looking for someone with a passion for film, arts and community. The marketing and management tasks involve attracting, co-creating and coordinating events for community groups, charities and corporates whose objectives vary between fundraising, awareness raising or morale-building. Meeting these clients’ objectives through creative or cultural activities will demonstrate the value of the arts and undoubtedly result in both greater levels of cultural engagement by individuals as well as further cross-sectoral collaborations.
Full details are here.
Young Audiences Coordinator
Queen's Film Theatre
(Closing date Monday 6th June 2022)
Salary: £21,686 - £24, 174)
Duration: Fixed Term or available until 30th April 2023
Hours: 37 per week
QFT Young Audiences Coordinator will work with the QFT team to build young audiences (18-30) for the cinema’s programme. Utilising clear branding and marketing focused on this audience, developing and delivering a targeted membership programme and enhancing the existing young programmer scheme. You will drive young audience engagement, seek out internal and external partnerships to help grow this audience and increase young audiences in both number and percentage of total audience.
All details are here.