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Film London is looking for an exceptional Digital Coordinator for its busy communications team.
You’ll be a great all-rounder who’s as comfortable taking the reins on a major web development project as driving engagement with the agency’s existing digital channels. You’ll have a deft knack when it comes to crafting web copy, the ability to source and create engaging content and the technical nous to ensure our digital spaces and channels deliver for our key audiences. A passion for film and TV is essential, but we also need you to be a motivated self-starter who’s able to cope with a diverse and varied workload. As well as supporting Film London, this role will include servicing Film London’s national division, The British Film Commission, and Games London, a major brand owned in partnership with games industry trade body Ukie. This role will report to the Senior Press and Communications Manager, who in turn reports to the Head of Communications and Public Affairs.
Closing date for applications: 5pm on Monday 26 February
Email completed application forms to email@example.com, or post to the following address:
Personnel, Film London, The Arts Building, Morris Place, London N4 3JG
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