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English Heritage - Filming Department Administrator


Salary - £21,911, 36 hours per week

English Heritage are looking for an enthusiastic Filming Administrator to work within their Filming team. The post holder will be required to provide information and assistance to production companies and photographers enquiring about using their sites for filming, and also managing bookings for Celebration Photography at their sites. The role will report to the Filming Manager and you will provide a comprehensive administrative, research and support service to the Filming Team. 

The successful applicant will have relevant experience in the TV/Film industry, along with demonstrable customer service and sales experience. You will have the confidence to manage multiple tasks across a number of projects. Working in a small team, you will be a team player with a "can do" attitude. You will be able to demonstrate your excellent written and verbal communication skills, with the ability to organise your work and manage competing deadlines.

Closing date - 18th June.

Filming Department Administrator Job Description

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FilmFixer - Film Office Coordinator – 12 Month (extendable) Contract


Salary Range: £26,000 – £28,000

FilmFixer are looking for a Project Coordinator to step in and add their enthusiasm and ambition to their fast growing film team. The right person will have a positive can-do attitude, and is not afraid to take on a challenge and deliver results to tight deadlines.
Closing date - 24th June

Film Office Coordinator Job Description


The Barbican - Cinema Assistant


Salary:  £22480 - £25,170 (including Inner London Weighting)

An exciting opportunity is available within the Cinema team, for passionate and driven Cinema Assistant. This role will be integral in supporting the Cinema Curators and Head of Cinema in delivering our organisational and departmental objectives. There is a focus on administration and office operations, with an opportunity to lead on distributor liaison and communication with internal and industry contacts.

The Barbican - Cinema Curator


Salary:  £33,390 - £37,800 (including Inner London Weighting)

An exciting opportunity has arisen in our Cinema team for a passionate and creative Cinema Curator, to lead on the programming, planning, production and coordination of films, festivals and seasons. The Barbican Cinema programme pushes boundaries, provokes discussion, engages with cinematic histories, evolving film cultures and timely world issues, and celebrates its cross-arts environment.  

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