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Current Vacancies:

Cleaning Supervisor

Rate of Pay: £8.11 per hour

Hours of work: Contracted to work 20 hours a week; usual hours 6am-10am; 5

days across a 7-day rota. On occasion, it will be necessary to work additional hours to cover holidays and sickness, which will be paid at the contracted hourly rate.

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

The cleaning team are the front-line staff who ensure that all areas of the Showroom and Workstation are kept to the highest standards of cleanliness. We require an experienced and hands on Cleaning Supervisor to ensure high standards of cleanliness are maintained.

Candidates must be able to demonstrate the following to be successful in this role: experience of supervising/managing cleaning teams; ability to liaise and work professionally with clients and staff; motivate, manage and lead all staff; excellent communication skills.

The ideal person will be committed to working as part of a small, hardworking team and be willing to cover additional duties as required, in addition to developing a consistent routine which can be applied to the building on a day to day basis.

For more information and to download an application pack

or email our Reception Team:

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.

Closing date for submission of completed applications:  Monday 7th January 2019 at 1pm

Interviews on either 10th, 11th, 14th or 15th January 2019



Salary: £16,800 pa

Hours: 37 hours per week, normally worked over five days a week on a rota basis and including weekend and evening work in accordance with the needs of the business.

Showroom / Workstation is an integrated media arts complex operating a café/bar, conference and events facilities, four-screen digital cinema and creative industries managed workspace. We are seeking an experienced Supervisor to join our very busy and committed operations team.

The successful applicant will support the Food and Beverage Manager in overseeing the Food and Beverage function of the Operations Department, which will include ensuring agreed standards are maintained and any shortfalls are rectified. The Supervisor will be expected to work as Shift Manager on a regular basis as required; this will include opening or closing the building, maintaining SOP standards, keyholding, cashing up and adhering to the timed scheduling of the building, and above all striving to excel in customer service for all our clients.

Closing date: Tuesday 8th January 2019 at 1pm

Interviews to be held the week commencing 14th January 2019

To apply:

Please download the application pack


call our reception team on 0114 2796511 / or email and they will email this information to you directly.

Please note: we cannot accept CVs and will only shortlist from correctly completed application forms.

Please return your completed application to: Recruitment, Showroom Workstation, 15 Paternoster Row, Sheffield, S1 2BX or email to:

Sheffield Media & Exhibition Centre Board of Trustees

Sheffield Media and Exhibition Centre (Showroom cinema & Workstation creative industries business centre) is currently seeking new Trustees to join its Board and work alongside the senior management team to help shape the future of the organisation.

We operate one of the largest cultural cinemas in the UK, alongside catering and conferencing facilities and the Workstation managed workspace centre. We exhibit a diverse film programme with first run and retrospectives of curated work, including archive, documentaries and many unique one-off programmes with regular visiting film makers.

We are seeking candidates with a diverse background and senior experience from the education, business, environmental, creative and digital sectors. We are specifically interested in candidates with relevant experience of catering, marketing or IT.

We particularly welcome applications from disabled and Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) candidates as they are currently under-represented on our Board. Applicants will work with the Chair, Chief Executive and Senior Management Team to provide clear strategic direction to the organisation, setting overall policy, defining goals, setting targets and evaluating performance, they will demonstrate excellent communication skills and they will also have a good understanding of local, regional and cultural agendas.

We need people who can spare the time to attend approximately 6 meetings per year (usually held on the last Monday of the month, 6 pm – 8 pm) and offer relevant support and specialist knowledge to enable us to meet the objectives of our business. In addition to attending Board meetings, there is also the opportunity to provide 1:1 mentorship to our senior management team members and to be involved in our specialised sub committees who meet occasionally for focused discussion.

The post is unpaid but all Trustees receive invitations to special events and have a weekly allocation of free cinema tickets.

Application process:

Please download the application pack and equal opportunities monitoring form


call our reception team on 0114 2796511 / or email and they will email this information to you directly.

Closing date:

This is a rolling recruitment campaign and we will respond to all applications within a few days of receipt

General enquiries:

In the first instance please contact with any queries regarding the vacancies or application process.

For an informal conversation about the role prior to submitting your application please contact Ian Wild, Chief Executive at or Peter Brooks, Chair, at

BFI Talent Executive Film Hub North

Salary: £32,000

(full time hours)

Contract Terms: Fixed term contract until 31st March 2022 (strictly subject to BFI funding)

Location: We would prefer the position to be based at the Tyneside Cinema, Newcastle but we can be flexible about location, depending on the candidate’s wishes.

This key role will be focused on designing and delivering a programme of activity across the North to identify and support filmmakers, as well as providing hands on support to filmmakers at the development and production stages. It will work in close collaboration with a second Talent Executive based at Showroom, Sheffield to ensure a joined-up and comprehensive approach to talent development in the North.

The role will include supporting filmmakers to access funding; providing editorial expertise on funded projects; supporting professional development, including progress from short films towards features; and promoting opportunities available through BFI NETWORK and beyond. The Talent Executives will promote funding opportunities for: i) short film production and ii) early feature development. They will provide creative and related oversight of funded work to ensure the strongest possible outcomes from the support provided. They will place inclusivity at the core of talent development and conduct active regional outreach, working from a grassroots level up, to ensure that the widest range of people are aware of, and can access, the funding.

All applications must be made by completing our application form, which is contained within our job pack.

For more information and to download, or request an application pack please go to either:

Film Hub North: or download the application pack

Please return ALL completed applications to: Recruitment, Showroom Workstation, 15 Paternoster Row, Sheffield, S1 2BX or email to:

Closing date for submission of completed applications: Monday 3rd December 2018 at 1pm

Interviews will take place on: Tuesday 11th December 2018 at Tyneside Cinema, Newcastle

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