Filmmaking Project Delivery Coordinator
Based: London N1
Hours: Full time (35hrs/week)
Contract: One Year Fixed Term Contract to Jan/Feb 2021
Salary: £30,000 - £33,000 per annum
Into Film is an education charity that puts film at the heart of children and young people’s educational, cultural and personal development. Over half of UK schools engage with our programme of film clubs, special cinema screenings, and resources and training to support classroom teaching. Alongside rich online content for young audiences, this provides 5-19 year olds with inspiring opportunities to learn about and with film, and develop a passion for cinema.
Reporting to a Programme Delivery Manager and working closely with the Learning team, the Filmmaking Project Coordinator will develop and deliver impactful filmmaking projects made possible by project-specific funding. Through developing and maintaining project plans and using relevant experience and knowledge, the Filmmaking Project Coordinator will enable life-changing experiences for the disadvantaged young people supported by the projects.
Into Film’s filmmaking projects give a voice to young people growing up with specific challenges in their lives which can affect their confidence, self-esteem, social and communication skills, emotional wellbeing, academic success and future employability. Working alongside and guided by professional filmmakers, the young people involved will conceive, write, film and edit short films, giving them the means to tell their stories and share experiences as well as learn new skills.
Currently funded projects work with young people with mental health problems challenges and be based in London and the South East of England. Owing to the nature of the role, occasional weekend and extended working hours will be required, along with regular travel across the South East and occasional travel across the UK.
Experience of coordination of filmmaking projects, preferably with young people. Ability to develop effective and professional working relationships with educators, senior leaders, partners, stakeholders, funders and colleagues. Experience of forming successful partnerships with organisations, ideally including schools. Experience of working with children and young people with specific challenges in their lives, ideally including mental health problems and wellbeing. Excellent communication skills face-to-face, on the phone, in writing and online, with the ability to address stakeholders confidently, and in a positive and professional manner. Ability to write reports and present data with precision, accuracy and lucidity and experience of delivering training and being self-motivated with the ability to multi-task several projects simultaneously is also a requirement for the role.
The closing date for applications is midday on Thursday, 2nd January 2020, with interviews anticipated to be held on 9th/10th January 2020.
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The successful applicant will need to undertake and maintain enhanced DBS clearance, which will be arranged by Into Film.
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