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Sci-Fi Project Manager – BFI Film Audience Network programme

Salary: £30,000 (pro rata per annum)
Contract: 6 months fixed term, 4 days per week

As part of the BFI Sci-Fi Blockbuster season, national members of the BFI Film Audience Network have created programmes of screenings, guests and events to bring classics of the sci-fi genre to UK audiences in new and exciting ways. 

There will be at least 576 BFI FAN Sci-Fi screenings and events, showing 419 titles across 124 locations across the UK and we are looking for a Sci-Fi Project Manager to help coordinate these UK-wide screening and marketing activities. 

The post will be based at Film London, reporting to the Senior Film Culture Manager who in turn reports to the Head of Film Promotion and Culture. The Sci-Fi Project Manager will also be required to coordinate and regularly report to the BFI FAN Sci-Fi Sub group, a working group consisting of representatives from each of the Film Hub Lead Organisations (FHLOs).

The successful candidate will have excellent project management and coordination skills with a strong background in marketing and communications.

To apply, please email your completed application form to jobs@filmlondon.org.uk, or post it to Personnel, Film London, The Tea Building, Suite 6.10, 56 Shoreditch High Street, London, E1 6JJ

The deadline for applications is 5pm, Monday 4 August.

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Senior Press & Communications Manager

Salary: £40,000 pa
Contract: Permanent 

The Senior Press & Communications Manager is responsible for delivering and implementing Film London's corporate communication and marketing strategy to ensure the successful delivery of the company's strategic objectives and support of Film London's funded activities. This includes servicing Film London's national division, The British Film Commission.

The Senior Press & Communications Manager reports to the Head of Film Promotion & Culture who in turn reports to the Chief Executive Officer. They will manage a team of three staff in addition to a shared post which is jointly responsible to the Senior Film Culture Manager. In the absence of the Head of Film Promotion & Culture the Senior Press & Communications Manager deputises on all matters relating to film promotion.

The successful candidate will have excellent knowledge of the film and media industries and extensive experience of managing a communications or press team. 

To apply, please email your completed application form to jobs@filmlondon.org.uk, or post it to Personnel, Film London, The Tea Building, Suite 6.10, 56 Shoreditch High Street, London, E1 6JJ

The deadline for applications is 11am, Monday 4 August.

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Inward Investment and Business Development Administrator

Salary: circa £25,000 pa
Contract: Fixed term, to June 2015

As part of Film London's Inward Investment & Business Development (IIBD) team the Administrator supports the Head of Inward Investment & Business Development on a wide range of administrative tasks, with a particular focus on business development and the international markets as well as other projects of the Department.

The post has particular responsibility for the administration of two key markets – London Screenings and Production Finance Market – as well as a range of other business development events, such as familiarisation trips.

The post holder will report to the Head of the IIBD Department, who in turn report s to the Chief Executive.

The successful candidate will have excellent project and financial administration skills with the ability to prioritise, keep to tight deadlines and a focus on delivery.

To apply, please email your completed application form to jobs@filmlondon.org.uk, or post it to Personnel, Film London, The Tea Building, Suite 6.10, 56 Shoreditch High Street, London, E1 6JJ

The deadline for applications is 11am, Monday 4 August.

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Film Culture Coordinator

Salary: £26,000-£28,000 pa
Contract: Permanent

A key member of the Film Promotion & Culture team, the Film Culture Coordinator is responsible for coordinating Film London's film culture projects including Film Hub London. These schemes support projects that aim to grow audiences for film; ensure cinema is accessible to as many Londoners as possible; increase opportunities to engage in a diverse range of cinema; and raise the profile of London's cinema sector.

The post holder reports to the Senior Film Culture Manager who in turn reports to the Head of Film Promotion & Culture. 

The successful candidate will have experience of administering and understanding of National Lottery funds as well as experience of working in the film exhibition or distribution sector.

To apply, please email your completed application form to jobs@filmlondon.org.uk, or post it to Personnel, Film London, The Tea Building, Suite 6.10, 56 Shoreditch High Street, London, E1 6JJ

The deadline for applications is 11am Monday 4 August.

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