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Vacancies for Trustees:
Sheffield Media and Exhibition Centre Board
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
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.
Please download the application pack and equal opportunities monitoring form
call our reception team on 0114 2796511 / or email email@example.com and they will email this information to you directly.
Closing date: This is a rolling recruitment campaign running between August and
2018 and we will respond to received applications within a few
days of receipt.
General enquiries: In the first instance please contact firstname.lastname@example.org 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 email@example.com or Peter Brooks, Chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org
chef de partie
Chef de Partie
Salary: £15,708 per annum
Hours: 37 per week, on shift patterns so evenings,
weekends and bank holidays will be worked on a rota basis.
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 seeking a permanent Chef
de Partie to join our kitchen team.
The post-holder will be a key member of a small, but
extremely busy and motivated team, creating our own menus and producing all
items from fresh ingredients. We are looking for someone with experience
of working in a similar food environment where speed, creativity and
adaptability are crucial.
Our menu is seasonal and changes frequently. We
regularly host special food and drink events, for which our Chefs devise
bespoke menus – all dietary needs are catered for.
In addition to preparing food as described above, applicants
should have demonstrable experience of preparing high quality items for
buffets, wedding breakfasts and conference catering.
Ability to deliver consistent quality food service,
demonstrating a fine eye for detail and a strong team ethic are crucial.
applications must be made by completing our application form, which is
contained within our job pack. We’re sorry but we cannot consider
more information download an application pack
email our Reception Team: email@example.com
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:
Wednesday 22nd August 2018 at 1pm
Interviews will be held week commencing 27th
Film hub north screen heritage producer
Hub North is looking for an experienced and motivated Producer to lead the
development and delivery of FAN’s Screen Heritage Strategy across the UK
working closely with FHN Management.
You will have demonstrable experience of developing and producing projects of
scale, understanding the importance of collaborating with creative teams to
develop commissions and projects. You will have creative, curatorial and
fundraising expertise, excellent communication skills, a demonstrable
understanding of the UK film exhibition and archive sectors and a robust
knowledge of British cinema history.
This post will oversee a programme of creative, accessible and culturally
ambitious screen heritage-focussed screening activity which is supported by a
robust approach to reaching agreed target audiences. It will work in close
collaboration with the FHN team to ensure a joined-up and comprehensive
approach to our Cross FAN Screen Heritage Strategy. This post will also be
responsible for the year round requirements of the brief including sector
support and communication.
This post requires a flexible approach to hours as you will be required to work
some evenings and weekends. The post has a desk space available at Tyneside
Cinema and Showroom Cinema but with regular travel expected to all three lead
venues, key UK partners and the BFI in London.
How to apply
Please download an application pack
and send your
completed application form and equal opportunities monitoring form to firstname.lastname@example.org
The closing date for applications is 21st August.
Interviews will take place at
Tyneside Cinema on 30th August.
note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and we cannot offer
feedback to non-shortlisted candidates.
would like to discuss this post before applying please contact email@example.com initially.
film hub north talent coordinator
Hub North is looking for an organised and energetic Talent Coordinator to
support in the delivery of our talent development activity across the North as
part of the BFI NETWORK, based at Tyneside Cinema.
role is essential to the successful delivery of the FHN Talent Strategy
providing comprehensive coordination, event management and financial
administration for the FHN Talent Team. Working closely with our two BFI
NETWORK Talent Executives you will act as a first point of contact for all
talent / project enquiries as well as overseeing the organisational,
administrative and communication needs of the team. This will include
processing financial and statistical data, setting up and maintaining appropriate
systems and processes and preparing reports for partners and funders.
is a fantastic opportunity to join a small team dedicated to discovering the
most creative and distinctive new voices across the North of England.
How to apply
download an application pack
and send your completed application form and equal opportunities monitoring form to
The closing date for applications is 20th August. Interviews will take place at Tyneside Cinema on 5th September. Please note that only shortlisted
candidates will be contacted and we cannot offer feedback to non-shortlisted
If you would like to discuss this post before applying please contact BFINETWORK@filmhubnorth.org.uk