Screen Yorkshire trainees work on set. Image © ‎Jonny Walton

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Skills Co-ordinator

Screen Yorkshire is looking for an individual with experience of, or interest in the region’s Film & TV industries to assist in the development and delivery of our Skills Programmes. Working within a small but busy team, the Skills Co-ordinator will support the Skills Manager in delivering our training programmes, including liaising with our trainees and partners.

Applicants will need to demonstrate excellent organisation, communication and interpersonal skills. The roles requires a flexible and motivated approach to work, with the confidence to carry out tasks under your own initiative at times.

Screen Yorkshire’s and Screen Alliance North’s skills programmes are designed to address key skills gaps primarily in Yorkshire, but also across the North and UK-wide. Our ambition is to engage and support under-represented individuals and communities to increase their employment opportunities within the screen industries, so you should be able to demonstrate a strong commitment to inclusivity and experience with reaching out to communities.

Salary: £22,000
Contract Term: Full Time/37 hours a week, (fixed term 12-month contract). Duties may be split between home and office and will involve some travel to partner organisations or teaching venues.  A minimum of 2 days of work in the Screen Yorkshire office in Leeds City Centre are required.
Based at: Screen Yorkshire, Studio 30, 46 The Calls, Leeds, LS2 7EY. The role will include travel within the wider West Yorkshire area.

Interested? Find out more

If this sounds like a job role for you, please download and read the Job Specification below.

How to apply

Send your cover letter and CV to:
Closing date for applications: Midday, Wednesday 20th March 2024

Screen Alliance North is a new £2.3m BFI Skills Cluster led by Screen Yorkshire, Liverpool Film Office, Screen Manchester and North East Screen, backed by BFI National Lottery Funding. We have formed this alliance to tackle skill shortages and improve access to quality training provision for diverse talent and communities from across The North of England.