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FILM HUB NORTH MANAGER (maternity cover - temporary contract)

An attractive opportunity has arisen to join the Showroom Workstation team to lead Film Hub North. The successful candidate will work with film exhibitors across the North of England on a range of audience engagement projects and collaborate with BFI Film Audience Network colleagues to develop the national network.

The Role: The Film Hub North Manager is responsible for managing all aspects of the Film Hub North’s business plan and is the main representative regionally and nationally. The post holder is responsible for the implementation, management and delivery of Film Hub North activity, fulfilling Showroom Workstation’s role as Film Hub Lead Organisation (FHLO) to achieve the BFI’s objectives. The successful candidate will also be expected to contribute to development of Film Hub North’s business and activity plans with a view to securing Lottery funding from the BFI beyond March 2017. As the lead for Film Hub North this post includes project and budget management and stakeholder liaison.

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To apply: Please complete our application form addressing the selection criteria in the job description and where appropriate give examples of work you have previously completed; please do not send a CV for this post. Send applications to: reception@showroomworkstation.org.uk or by post to: Recruitment, Showroom Workstation, 15 Paternoster Row, Sheffield, S1 2BX

Application Deadline: Monday 20th June 2016 at 1pm

Interviews: Thursday 7th July 2016 at Showroom Workstation, Sheffield

Start date to be agreed: likely to be late August/early September 2016

RECEPTIONIST (maternity cover - temporary contract)

Contracted hours: 35 hours per week

Monday – Friday between 8am – 6pm

(please note that a weekly rota is in place: 8 am – 4 pm / 10 am – 6 pm)

Salary: £14,723.80 pa (£8.09 per hour)

We are currently seeking a professional Receptionist, with excellent customer service skills, to work in the vibrant and creative atmosphere of Showroom Workstation. Showroom Workstation is an integrated media arts complex operating a café/bar, conference and events facilities, four-screen cinema and creative industries managed workspace.

The successful candidate will work as part of a team of two and will be responsible for the day to day running of the reception area. This involves always giving first priority in ensuring that telephone calls are answered promptly and to operate the switch board on behalf of the Showroom Workstation and our tenants. You will open, record and distribute all incoming post, collect and frank outgoing mail, be responsible for central stationery orders within all departments of the company, to deal with standard telephone written and email enquiries as appropriate and assist the Workstation Manager and administration team with data inputting and logging systems. You will also be responsible for internal bookings for meeting rooms and liaising with the Conference and Events team in ensuring that conference rooms are appropriately equipped for clients.

The ability to keep calm whilst under pressure, working to tight deadlines and proficient numeracy and Excel skills, along with other standard Microsoft packages, are essential. A passion for offering exceptional customer service with a can-do attitude are also essential.

All applications must be made by completing our application form, which is contained within our job pack. We’re sorry but we cannot consider CVs.

Download an application pack here

or email our Reception Team: reception@showroomworkstation.org.uk

You can also call 0114 279 6511 and ask for a job pack to be sent to you, or call in and collect one from us.

Interviews: Monday 6th June 2016

Pastoral Workers for Audience Academy

Showroom Cinema are looking to recruit four professionals to work on The Audience Academy, which is a residential course for 16-19 year olds, taking place in Sheffield from Sunday 24th to Saturday 30th July 2016. The roles are that of pastoral care and you will be sleeping overnight where the students are based.

The ideal candidate will:

- Be a teacher or teaching assistant

- With at least two years’ experience of working with teenagers (preferably with 16-19 year olds, but not essential)

- Have worked with young people outside of the school setting i.e. on school trips etc.

It is also desirable but not essential that the candidate:

- Has an understanding of mentoring and support for this age group.

- Be fully DBS checked (although we will carry this out if not)

- Have a first aid qualification (we will ensure you get this training if not).

The role requires the candidate to:

- stay overnight at the venue from 08:30pm to 09:00am from Sunday 24th July 2016 for six consecutive nights.

- Undertake daily hand over from project manager

- Escort the students from the residence to the training centre (via public transport)

- General oversight of activities from 09:30pm – 11:00pm

- Ensure the rules and regs are adhered to.

- Provide support for young people who may need additional support with group interaction etc.

- Ensure students are present in the accommodation building and in their rooms by at 11pm

- Ensure all students are present for breakfast

- Ensure all YP travel to venue safely using public transport

- Implement child protection policy

The fee for this is £600 total for the six nights.

To apply: Please complete our application form (which will be used for shortlisting) and include a covering letter outlining your experience and relevance for the position and either email to reception@showroomworkstation.org.uk or post to Recruitment (The Audience Academy), The Workstation, 15 Paternoster Row, Sheffield, S1 2BX.

For more information please download an application pack

or email our Reception Team: reception@showroomworkstation.org.uk

You can also call 0114 279 6511 and ask for a job pack to be sent to you, or call in and collect one from us.

We are an inclusive organisation and are keen to receive applications from people from all backgrounds and experiences. We welcome applications from people from black, Asian and minority ethnic communities, disabled people and younger individuals who are currently less well represented across our workforce.


Events Apprentice

Rate of Pay: £3.30 per hour (national wage rate for apprentices)

Hours of Work: 37 hours per week

(between 7:30am and 10pm, Monday to Sunday working, 5 days across a 7 day rota)

Place of Work: Showroom Workstation, 15 Paternoster Row, Sheffield, S1 2BX

Showroom Workstation is an integrated media arts complex operating a café/bar, conference and events facilities, four-screen cinema and creative industries managed workspace.

We are looking for applicants under the age of 19 interested in doing a one year events apprenticeship.

Purpose of the Role:

To provide general assistance to the Events Manager, Conference and Events Sales Coordinator and Commercial Department as a whole, ensuring that administrative tasks are undertaken efficiently and within set time scales.

Assisting the Events Manager with planning prior to events and delivery/execution of pre booked events including serving of food and beverages and room set ups as required. Liaising with customers via email, telephone and in person and being responsible for the Conference & Events Sales line in the absence of the Commercial Manager and Conference and Events Sales Coordinator.

Staff Benefits:

Free travel pass, complimentary staff cinema tickets, discounted food and drink when on duty.

For more information:

Please download the application pack

or contact our Reception Team: reception@showroomworkstation.org.uk / 0114 279 6511

To apply:

Please send your CV with a covering letter expressing why you are interested in this role to Julie Simpson, General Manager. Applications can either be emailed to (FAO: Julie Simpson): reception@showroomworkstation.org.uk or posted to Julie Simpson, General Manager, Showroom Workstation,15 Paternoster Row, Sheffield S1 2BX

We are an inclusive organisation and keen to receive applications from a range of people from a variety of backgrounds and experiences. We welcome applications from people from black, Asian and minority ethnic communities, disabled people and younger individuals who are currently less well represented across our workforce

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