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February 14th

Screen Industries Diversity Programme

We are recruiting for two roles to support the delivery of the Screen Industries Diversity Programme

The screen industries are one of the least diverse employment sectors in the UK. This is in spite of the industry’s desire to be more representative of the population as a whole. The Screen Industries Diversity Programme aims to address this by supporting young people in the Bradford District and wider Leeds City Region area to develop the skills, confidence and connections to enter and succeed in the screen industries.

Screen Yorkshire is working in partnership with City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council to deliver the programme with the support of the Leeds City Region Business Rates Pool funding. We are now recruiting for two roles to support the delivery of the Screen Industries Diversity Programme.

Job role: Screen Industries Diversity Programme Manager

Contract Term: 4 days per week, 24 month contract
Salary: c. £41,000 pro rata
Closing Date for Applications: 5pm Monday 4 March 2019

We are looking for a dynamic individual with a strong track record in project management and a clear understanding of the film & TV industries to oversee the development and delivery of the Screen Industries Diversity initiative.

Apply

To apply for the role of Screen Industries Diversity Programme Manager, please read the job description before completing our application form. Please email your completed application form along with our diversity monitoring form to: olivia@screenyorkshire.co.uk by 5pm Monday 4 March 2019.

Job role: Screen Industries Diversity Programme Co-ordinator

Contract Term: 5 days per week, 24 month contract
Salary: £19,000 pa
Closing Date for Applications: 5pm Monday 11 March 2019

We are looking for a highly organised individual with strong communication skills to support the new Screen Industries Diversity Programme. The role will work primarily alongside the Programme Manager to coordinate training, internship, mentoring and career support activities.

Apply

To apply for the role of Screen Industries Diversity Programme Co-ordinator, please read the job description before completing our application form. Please email your completed application form along with our diversity monitoring form to: olivia@screenyorkshire.co.uk by 5pm Monday 11  March 2019.

For enquiries about these roles which are not answered in the job descriptions, contact

  • Caroline Cooper Charles looking into camera

    Caroline Cooper Charles, Strategic Development Executive

    The development and delivery of Screen Yorkshire’s Film Office is Caroline’s main focus, although she also explores additional strategic opportunities for Screen Yorkshire to help it deliver against an ambitious five-year growth plan.

Creative Media Labs R&D partnership University of York

Creative Media Labs (CML) is a newly funded R&D partnership, bringing together academia and industry to develop innovative approaches to immersive and interactive storytelling across film, TV, games and other creative digital media. CML is led by the University of York, with its core partners, Screen Yorkshire and the BFI.

Research Fellow/ Lecturer in Creative Industries x 2

Based at: Department of Theatre, Film and Television, University of York – Heslington Campus
Hours of work: Full-time
Contract status: Open
Salary: £39,609 – £48,677
Apply by: 03/03/2019

To support both the research activities of CML and the new BA programme, we are seeking to appoint two Research Fellows/Lecturers in Creative Industries to start on 1 July 2019. Both posts will have an initial period of full-time research (with no teaching), before the post-holders transition to undertaking both teaching and research. The period of full-time research will last for between one and two years, with the exact length of time to be negotiated with the successful candidates. During that initial period of full-time research, the post-holders will hold the title of Research Fellow, with that job title eventually changing to Lecturer in Creative Industries. More and apply

Programme Manager

Based at: Department of Theatre, Film and Television, University of York – Heslington Campus
Hours of work: Full-time
Contract status: Fixed term
Salary: £50,132 – £58,089 p/a
Apply by: 04/03/2019

We are seeking a highly experienced, personable and pro-active Programme Manager to work alongside the members of CML’s Executive Board and to lead the Delivery Team. You will formally be employed in the University’s Department of Theatre, Film and Television, but you will report to the CML Director. You will be based either on the University’s East Campus or in York city centre. More and apply

Administrator

Based at: Department of Theatre, Film and Television, University of York – Heslington Campus
Hours of work: Full-time
Contract status: Fixed term
Salary: £25,482 – £31,302
Apply by: 27/02/2019

We are seeking an experienced, personable and pro-active administrator to work alongside the members of CML’s Executive and Delivery Teams. You will formally be employed in the University’s Department of Theatre, Film and Television, but you will report to the CML Programme Manager. You will be based either on the University’s East Campus or in York city centre. More and apply